Paul Kurtz

Paul KurtzPaul Kurtz is a Philadelphia native who has been working as a reporter and anchor for KYW Newsradio since 1984.

Kurtz was born and raised in Philadelphia. He attended Roxborough High School and Temple University, where he majored in journalism.

His first job was at WBCB in Levittown, Pa. At age 24, Kurtz was morning drive anchor and reporter at WASH-FM in Washington, DC. He received awards for his reporting from the AP and UPI during his three years there.

Paul came back to Philadelphia in 1984 with stops at WIP and WPEN before settling at KYW in 1985. He’s won numerous awards here, most recently the Society of Professional Journalists’ first place award for Best Newscast and, along with Beth Trapani, a prestigious Edward R. Murrow National award for reporting.

Kurtz and his wife Kim Glovas — who also works at KYW — have four boys and live in Bucks County. Kurtz says he loves his job and there’s nothing he’d rather do, except perhaps playing ball with his kids.

Connect with Paul Kurtz on Twitter: @kurtzpaul

Philly To Host Medical Marijuana Training

Philadelphia is hosting medical marijuana experts and those who want to get involved in the business.

02/07/2017

KYW Newsradio Parent Company To Change With CBS Radio, Entercom Merger

KYW Newsradio’s parent company will be changing.

02/02/2017

Medical Team Tackles Diabetes In Impoverished Communities

He shared some helpful experience too.

01/27/2017

New Affordable Housing For Artists Opens In West Philadelphia

A group that provides supportive services to the homeless has opened a new housing project exclusively for local artists in West Philadelphia.

01/25/2017

More Snow On The Way? Not Likely.

It’s been a lackluster winter so far, in terms of snow. And there’s not much on the horizon.

01/24/2017

Ringling Brothers Circus Comes To Town Next Month For Last Time

While members of the circus community are lamenting its demise, they also believe the time has come.

01/19/2017

Congressman Meehan Defends His Support Of Resolution To Repeal Obamacare

Republican Congressman Pat Meehan of Delaware County is defending his support of a controversial move to do away with the Affordable Care Act.

01/18/2017

Komen Philly Forms Coalition Of Hospitals To Serve & Support Those With Metastatic Breast Cancer

Dr. Curtis Miyamoto, Chairman of Temple University’s Department of Radiation Oncology, believes a coalition will break down old barriers.

01/17/2017

Norristown Attorney Explains Influx Of January Divorces

January is a time for New Year’s resolutions and, for many unhappily married couples, one of those resolutions focuses on calling it quits.

01/14/2017

Philadelphia Celebrates Ben Franklin’s Life In Old City Ahead Of 311th Birthday

Philadelphians honored Ben Franklin and his enduring legacy Friday with a birthday procession and ceremony in Old City, celebrating his 311th birthday.

01/13/2017

PennDOT Reopens 19th Street Bridge

PennDOT has reopened the rebuilt 19th Street Bridge over I-76, but the overall project continues.

01/12/2017

No Free Refills! Unforeseen Consequences From Philly’s Sugary Drink Tax

Philadelphia’s newly implemented sugary drink tax is already causing widespread grumbling from consumers and merchants.

01/11/2017

NJ Senator Speaks To State Mayors Ahead HUD Secretary Hearing

Carson, if confirmed, will oversee a mammoth agency that employs eight thousand people with an annual budget of around 50 billion dollars.

01/10/2017

Hard Seltzer Becomes Healthy Alternative On Adult Beverage Market

While sales are currently healthy, Camacho expects to a big surge come summer.

01/07/2017

Philly Streets Department Ready For Snow

Dump trucks lined up outside rock salt silos across the city, waiting for word on when to hit the streets.

01/05/2017

New Year Brings More Flexibility For Beer Distributors In Pennsylvania

Among the many new laws that take effect this year is one that allows beer distributors to sell six packs, four packs, growlers and single bottles.

01/04/2017

PA Vaping Shops Getting Burnt By New State Tax

E-cigarette merchants are feeling the sting of the new tax that went into effect in October.

12/23/2016

Gift Cards Very Popular During Holiday Season…But There Is A Downside

Gift cards are a convenient way for holiday shoppers to save time and reduce anxiety. But there is the potential for trouble if the recipients fail to use them.

12/21/2016

Amtrak train

City Seeks Ambitious Proposal To Add Amtrak Stop At Philadelphia International Airport

Now comes the hard part: finding the funding to make the project come to life.

12/20/2016

Jefferson Receives $3M Gift To Support Research In Medicinal Marijuana

The gift from Australian philanthropists Barry and Joy Lambert comes as the Wolf Administration begins to implement Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program.

12/10/2016

Philadelphia Youth Network Receives $100,000 Grant

The grant is part of a Wells Fargo’s LIFT program which helps eligible homeowners with down payments.

12/08/2016

Philadelphia Fire Department Issues Annual Christmas Tree Safety Tips Reminder

Firefighters throughout the region are extra vigilant this time of year due to the risk of Christmas tree fires.

12/06/2016

Former Philly Mayor, His Legacy Remembered

James H J Tate has been immortalized at the Municipal Services Building.

12/01/2016

Officials Put Brakes On Proposed Rail To Trail Project In Bucks County

A proposed bike trail connecting Montgomery and Bucks Counties has been hung up by a small but determined group of residents in Northampton Township.

11/30/2016

Participants Will Run Into Changes At Philadelphia Marathon

Philadelphia officials have made a number of changes to the annual event.

11/18/2016

Pat’s King Of Steaks Adds A New And Expensive Topping

A South Philadelphia steak shop has raised the bar on cheesesteaks by adding truffles to the mix.

11/17/2016

Planting Trees In Name Of Phillies Players Who Brought The Lumber In 2016

The Phillies and the Philadelphia Horticulural Society have teamed up again to plant nearly a thousand trees.

11/16/2016

Camden County Authorities Bust Drug Ring, Arrest Leader

Police in Camden have arrested 15 people who were allegedly involved.

11/03/2016

State Rep: Going To Make Sure Election Turnout Not Dictated By SEPTA Strike

Without getting into specifics, McClinton says they’ll find a way around that blockade.

11/01/2016

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