Mike is a general assignment reporter and editor for KYW Newsradio 1060.
His career at 1060 began as a desk assistant in January ’07. A short nine months later, he was promoted to AM Drive writer while still studying broadcast journalism at Temple University.
He currently resides in South Jersey.
This is the next step in reviving one of the neighborhoods lagging behind the times in Center City.
Franzke says Jose Fernandez had rare talent, but he was also an All-Star off the field.
Leaders from around the country are in the city to discuss ways to get more Americans working.
A plaque was unveiled at a ceremony Wednesday, celebrating the life of a fallen Philadelphia police officer Walter DeWitt III, who died in June 2015 after complications from an injury he suffered on duty.
The Please Touch Museum opened its doors today and reduced admission fees for the first ever Kids Health Fest.
The suspect pointed a rifle at the pastor and demanded money.
The Next Step clinic was created to help introduce veteran amputees to the game and assist in their rehab.
Police say the victim was just steps away from his front door on Howard Street when a gunman approached and pulled the trigger.
This is one of 50 Heroes Runs around the world to benefit the Travis Manion Foundation.
Three people were shot while riding their bikes early this morning in the Hunting Park section of the city.
A stolen vehicle, shots fired, and a woman hospitalized last night after a police chase in Kensington.
The Mayor’s Commission on Literacy is now the Office of Adult Education.
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is back in Philadelphia today to address several issues in front of invited guests only.
Every driver knows it’s the law, as well as common sense, to stop when a school bus is loading or unloading students. Yet every year students are hit by cars.
The fight against autism is a personal one for Jeffrey Lurie, who has a family member on the spectrum.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump makes a campaign stop in Philadelphia today.
“It’s very hard to teach children to read and to do math if they’re not present,” says Superintendent William Hite.
The Philadelphia Soul, fresh off an Arena Bowl Championship, celebrated with their fans in Center City on Wednesday.
Ben and Jerry stepped out of the shelter and into the spotlight this morning.
The first phase of a massive demolition project in the city of Camden is nearly complete, and officials there say it’s just the beginning.
Teachers, parents and advocates for improved special education attended a conference Wednesday.
The change takes effect September 19th…
Classes resume in just a couple of weeks, and students and parents are getting into the back to school spirit.
Steve Burton and Doug Davidson from The Young and the Restless are in Philadelphia during an open casting call for the soap.
July was the hottest month on Earth in recorded history, and August is pumping out one 90-plus degree day after another. But as temperatures change, dress codes do not.
The U.S. Women’s Field Hockey team continues its march toward an Olympic gold medal tonight in Rio with a game against Great Britain. A sports psychologist from Philadelphia is helping keep their minds sharp.
Atlas Beetles, Tarantula Hawk Wasps and hundreds of other insects will be at the Academy of Natural Sciences.
Thirty-two people have been charged in what Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams called a massive auto theft operation.
A walk in South Jersey aims to raise suicide awareness while also helping people cope with loss.
Two people have been arrested and face a number of charges related to a brawl inside of a Wawa in Northeast Philadelphia.