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.
About 100 LinkPhilly kiosks will be installed later this year in Center City, University City and in some other neighborhood commercial corridors.
A group of high school students from Israel are finishing up a 10 day trip to Philadelphia by helping with a Mural Arts project dedicated to a fallen fire fighter.
Students at the Memorial School in Cinnaminson, New Jersey spent Wednesday morning showing off inventions they created as part of an annual contest.
One law firm in Center City turned the day into a networking and fundraising opportunity.
About 350 kids from Philly are among a half-million nationwide who took part in the contest.
The big draw of course is being able to hang out with ballers, like Sixers legend Allen Iverson.
Officials from Philadelphia’s Licenses and Inspections office are asking contractors to make sure work sites are safe ahead of the storm.
To celebrate Black History Month, students at Wyncote Elementary showed off their knowledge Wednesday in an African-American History Bee.
Philadelphia police say an inmate at Curran Fromhold Correctional Facility ended up on the wrong side of the law minutes after his release from prison.
Bill Golderer has grand plans about how to grow the organization.
If winning the Super Bowl hasn’t settled in yet, snapping a picture with the Lombardi Trophy should fix that.
With Super Bowl Sunday around the corner, health officials in New Jersey are asking people who don’t feel well to stay away from parties, to prevent the spread of the flu which is already wide-spread in 49 states.
A team of 26 horses are stabled at the academy in Hershey. New additions are needed as older horses are almost ready to retire.
Going out on Sunday for the big game? Don’t fly by the seat of your green pants. Philadelphia police want everyone to be prepared.
The Philadelphia Police Department is looking for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a 22-year-old woman inside her Philadelphia apartment on Saturday morning.
Whether you’re into American muscle or European hustle, there’s something here for everybody at the 2018 Philly Auto Show.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is joining forces with leaders from other states to fight the legality of the tax law passed by Congress late last year.
Congressman Pat Meehan has already been removed from his post on the House Ethics Committee. For protesters, that isn’t enough.
Among those in attendance will be Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, who is encouraged by the youth movement supporting this pro-life cause.
A huge donation from Walmart will help make some miracles happen at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Phillies phenom Rhys Hoskins flew in from California Wednesday to read to elementary school students in Strawberry Mansion.
Lindros says he was stunned when Flyers president Paul Holmgren called to say no Flyer will ever wear #88 again.
Richard “Sonny” Driver was a Germantown native, a World War II veteran and a pioneer in the publishing industry, creating SCOOP, a paper serving the black community.
For many Eagles fans, hearing the song never gets old. Playing it, apparently, doesn’t get old either.
A new low-income housing facility in North Philadelphia will be home for 24 families with a parent battling addiction.
It’s full steam ahead for medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
FDA approval has been a 20 year journey for Dr. Bennett and her husband Dr. Albert Maguire who developed the treatment for the gene mutation.
Snow-covered grass provided the perfect, festive backdrop for this annual favorite display of silly sweaters.
The season can be a constant reminder of what’s missing from their lives.
Millions of Americans will be traveling to see loved one this holiday season, and AAA Mid-Atlantic has some tips to avoid frustration.
The first thing you should know is that pesticides and chemicals found in stores are unlikely to work.
Touchdowns and giving thanks: that’s what the 3rd annual Turkey Games are all about.
One person was killed in a hit-and-run on Route 73 in Maple Shade early Friday morning.
Navigating adolescence to adulthood is hard enough. Factor in growing up in poverty with parents who aren’t always there, and boys in Philadelphia can feel like the deck is stacked against them.
New gaming regulations means the end of casino access cards at Valley Forge Casino.
There’s one book staff members at the Free Library of Philadelphia thinks you should read.
More than 100,000 kids in the region will go through the winter without a warm coat.
There have been a handful of assaults along the Schuylkill River Trail in the past couple of years. City officials are working to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
A good portion of the student body at LEAP Academy Charter School has ties to Puerto Rico.
Keeping active means staying healthy for senior citizens. About 500 showed up for the Senior Strut along Boathouse Row Friday morning.
About 70 students from Baldi Middle School spent their morning Wednesday on the pitch, playing games and doing drills led by Philadelphia Union staff members.
Lawmakers in Chicago have voted 15-2 to repeal a sweetened beverage tax after only two months in action. KYW’s Mike Dougherty spoke with Mayor Jim Kenney about the prospects of that happening in Philly.
The US Men’s National Team lost a World Cup qualifiying game to Trinidad and Tobago. It’s a big setback for American soccer.
Lawyers at the Criminal Justice Center Friday morning took a ceremonial knee and raised a fist to bring attention to what they believe is inequity in the legal system.
A suburban Philadelphia company that trims trees around power lines throughout the United States will pay a record fine after pleading guilty in a scheme to employ people in the country illegally.
The Philadelphia Fire Department has been awarded a federal grant to better train firefighters on how to get themselves out of deadly situations.
SEPTA says service has resumed through Center City stations after being shut down due to an emergency evacuation.
The inaugural 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb is an effort to raise money for families of the injured and fallen heroes.
While it’s technically still summer, the Philadelphia Horticultural Society is already ramping up excitement for one of the most anticipated exhibitions of 2018.
Camden might soon be housing one of the most sought after companies in the world.