Lynne Adkins

If you’ve listened to radio in the Delaware Valley, the odds are pretty good that you’ve heard Lynne Adkins. Lynne is a reporter and anchor for KYW Newsradio.

Although she’s been a member of the KYW Newsradio family for more than two decades, her voice has also been heard on radio stations WMGK, WPEN, WFIL, WIP (where she was both assistant news director and a talk show host), WHYY-FM, WCOJ in Coatesville, WBUX in Levittown, Pa., and on country station WXTU, where she was news director.

Lynne Adkins grew up in the Delaware Valley and graduated from Temple University with a degree in radio, television, and film.


Sources: Einstein Healthcare Network To Merge With Jefferson Health

The official announcement is expected to be made at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Einstein Medical Center.


Time Running Out To File Tax Returns

Taxes are due April 17, that means you get two extra days because the 15th is a Sunday and Monday is a holiday in Washington D.C.


New App Is Like Uber, For Your Stuff

Need to move a desk or a chair, but your car is too small? There’s an app for that.


Construction Underway On State-of-the-Art YMCA In Montgomery County

The new the complex will cost more than $30 million and feature several pools, huge gyms and room for more than 20,000 members.


Expert Discusses When You Should Seek Medical Treatment For That Cut

To stitch or not to stitch? That often becomes the question when you’re bleeding.


Expert Explains How Cyber Criminals Are Targeting Your Tax Return

This year, Pennsylvania officials are noticing a twist on an old theme.


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Raising Heart Rates To Save Hearts At CHOP

They’ll be pedaling for a good cause Sunday at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.


Two Passports Could Be Better Than One

Forty percent of Americans have a U.S. passport. Some have more than one.


Shame Bars Americans From Turning To Weight Loss Surgery, Study Says

A new study shows that nearly all of us support friends who have the procedure, but would be ashamed to admit we had the surgery.



Adults Living With Congenital Heart Disease Have Resource Now Celebrating Milestone

The Adult Congenital Heart Association is celebrating its 20th anniversary.


Nonprofit Using Mini Horses To Provide Pet Therapy

A nonprofit in Newtown, Bucks County is proving that a lot of love can come in small packages.


Ride-Sharing Service Offers Affordable Transportation For Older Adults

GoGo Grandparent arranges everything with Uber or Lyft to help families take better care of older adults.


Longwood Gardens, Delaware Valley University Form Pathway To Horticulture Degree

A partnership is giving those who love gardens the chance to earn a degree.


Ride-Sharing Company Lyft Announces Special Deal To Watch Super Bowl LII

If you’re meeting friends at one of 10-hot spots, you can take advantage of the special price according to Andrew Woolf, General Manager of Lyft Pennsylvania and Delaware.


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‘We’re All In This Together’: Expert Explains Fans’ Love For Philly Sports Teams

The Super Bowl is almost here — and for some Eagles fans, the big day can’t arrive soon enough.


Wistar Institute Receives $1.4M Grant To Develop Vaccine For Malaria

Malaria is a challenge, and the $1.4 million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will let the Wistar Institute work on a DNA-based vaccine.


Bad Flu Season Leaves Emergency Rooms Packed

Emergency room workers are swamped according to Dr. Jerahme Posner, an emergency medicine physician at Lankenau Medical Center.


South Jersey Warehouse Sale Offers Discounted Medical Equipment, More

Medical insurance won’t pay for all your health care needs, but a warehouse in South Jersey may have what you need at 50-75% below retail.


MossRehab Becomes First In US To Use New Robotic Technology For Rehab

MosRehab hospital is testing equipment that is helping patients improve physical and cognitive ability.


Good Eating Habits Can Help Fight Off Flu Season, Expert Says

If it seems that everyone around you is sick, you might want to change your eating habits to keep yourself healthy.


Doctors Warn Even Healthy People Can Get Seriously Ill, Die From Flu

Flu season returns every year, so we might take it as seriously as we should.


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Local Expert’s New Tool Is Helping Educators With Students At Risk

She admits it’s extra work for school workers, but it can keep kids safe.  


Food Isn’t Only Concern For People With Gluten Intolerance

There may be gluten in your medications, and now the FDA is suggesting drug makers voluntarily identify the problematic ingredient.


Doylestown Hospital Helps Parents Keep Virtual Eye On Sick Babies

Doylestown Hospital will soon install five cameras in the Intensive Care Nursery so parents who can’t travel to the hospital can check on their sick babies anytime they want.


What You Should Do If Natural Disaster Hits During Your Vacation

A local travel agent discusses what you should do if Mother Nature ruins your vacation.


Ski Season Has Started Early In The Poconos

The slopes opened on Black Friday at Blue Mountain.



Local Hospital Improves Heath Care With ‘High Fidelity Mannequins’

A local hospital is getting some high-tech help to keep workers on their toes.


Abington-Jefferson Health Makes It Easier, Safer To Register For Outpatient Tests

Hospital registration workers ask you for photo identification before providing any services. Employees at Abington-Jefferson Health now just ask for your hand.


New CDC Figures Show High Vaccination Rate For Philadelphia Children

Philadelphia is racking up high numbers when it comes to the number of children being immunized.


Philadelphia Doctors See Noticeable Rise In Ladder Injuries This Fall

The Emergency department has become quite the busy place at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital.