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.
Downed trees and power outages have cause suspensions on regional rails.
High winds from last night’s storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people, and many outages remain this morning.
Baseball is a big part of life for Bart and his son Graham, even when the Phillies stink.
Lawrence Hamm is organizing the July 25th Million People’s March in Newark, New Jersey. He says it’s all about unity.
It was an early Father’s Day gift Friday morning for dads in West Philadelphia as a school opened early to serve breakfast.
“Discovering the Impressionists” is a breathtaking display of works by Monet, Renoir, Manet, and others.
Sunday was Flag Day — and a celebration of all things stars and stripes was happening in Old City Philadelphia where this nation’s flag was created.
Swimming and playing in the Love Park fountain is not allowed, but those rules are loosely enforced on days like this.
The magical, yearlong ride for the Taney Dragons continues, as the Little League baseball team was being honored with the prestigious John Wanamaker Athletic Award.
An attorney representing Amtrak derailment victims says word that the train engineer wasn’t talking, texting, or using data on his cell phone leading up to the crash raises more questions.
U.S. Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey is skeptical of a proposal by the International Air Transport Association that would reduce the size of carry-on luggage allowed on a flight.
The event played Irish music as people did Irish dances. The day was all about a celebration of the Emerald Isle. Michael Bradley, an event organizer praised the event and the city of Philadelphia for holding the festival.
One of the day’s highlights was the vegetarian hot dog eating contest.
These young men and women are about to embark on an unpredictable and sometimes dangerous journey, with the mission to serve and protect.
The exhibit, called “Vatican Splendors,” will be on display at the Franklin Institute starting September 19th.