Tim Jimenez is a general assignment reporter at KYW Newsradio 1060.
Tim, a native of Lansdale, Pa., is a proud Temple University alumnus.
He began his career as an intern at NBC 10 in the consumer alert department. From there he came to KYW Newsradio in October 2007 as a desk assistant / service aide while finishing his senior year at Temple.
His first shot at on-air work for KYW Newsradio was for a restaurant podcast for Hearphilly.com. “Eat Like A Native” explored some of the hidden food gems in Philadelphia.
Eventually he worked his way up to become a morning drive writer, web editor, and reporter in October 2010.
Tim is a huge sports fan, basketball in particular. He considers himself to be a hoops junkie/historian and to this day works on perfecting his jump shot.
He also does color commentary for Philadelphia University men’s and women’s basketball. In 2011 and 2012 he was a play-by-play announcer for the Reebok Breakout Challenge, which showcased some of the best high school basketball players in the country.
Connect with Tim Jimenez on Twitter: @TimJimenezKYW
Many started their Easter celebrations when the sun came up Sunday morning.
PennDOT has 400 plus trucks ready to go, 70,000 tons of salt, and crews ready to plow and treat the roads and be available for anything else that may pop up.
March has had its fair share of Madness. But for Villanova fans, it’s been drama free.
The snow fell for much of the morning rush around Richboro, Langhorne, Bensalem and Feasterville.
A family in South Jersey had an Olympic watch party early this morning to cheer for their favorite women’s bobsledder who was chasing her first gold medal.
It is Fat Tuesday and many people, as they do each year, are flocking to a bakery in Mayfair to get their special treats for the day.
Sunday was the 4th Annual Hoagies 4 Hope fundraiser at Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill, New Jersey.
Long-time Mayor Bob McMahon says there’s no better way to get ready for the big game than by celebrating a now familiar theme.
An investigation is underway after two people are killed in a house fire in North Philadelphia.
The mayor of Minneapolis had a little fun while “welcoming” Eagles fans who are in town for the Super Bowl.
In sports and pop culture, there may be no grander stage than the Super Bowl.
The Eagles have a new “smart” fan — with artificial intelligence.
Philadelphia police say the vast majority of fans who were partying before and after the huge Eagles victory, did so peacefully. But there were several arrests.
Parking lots weren’t scheduled to open up until 11:30 Sunday morning, but that didn’t stop diehard fans from lining up bright (or dark) and early.
A flood warning is in effect for parts of the region because of an ice jam on the Delaware River.
With the holidays in the books, it is back to work and school for many people in our area who have to brave the bitter cold to get to where they have to be.
The 8-inch main broke around 8:30 a.m. Sunday along Strahle Street near Verree Road in the city’s Fox Chase neighborhood.
Dozens of volunteers traded in Christmas morning around the tree to serve warm holiday breakfasts for the less fortunate in Center City.
AAA Mid-Atlantic is forecasting a record number of Americans, 100 million, are traveling for the holidays.
Police are searching for a suspect in a Northeast Philadelphia shooting.
The Eagles’ team plane, with the injured Carson Wentz on board, landed in Philadelphia Monday morning. And many fans, who made the trip out west for the game, returned as well.
4.1 inches of snow fell in the city on Saturday. That broke the old daily record for December 9 of 2.9 inches set back in 1942.
As winter approaches, PennDOT says it’s short on truck drivers.
That means the spouses and children of 28,000-plus U.S. troops out of that country.
Concerned cyclists stood side by side on a Center City street Wednesday morning. They’re calling for action after 24-year-old Emily Fredericks was hit and killed by a trash truck while riding her bike Tuesday morning.
It’s a tradition for many families in the area to have a South Philly bakery cook their Thanksgiving turkeys.
SEPTA had a safety blitz at several subway stations Tuesday morning. The main message for riders? Watch Your Step.
It was raining before the run kicked off at 7 a.m. along the Ben Franklin Parkway, but the sky cleared. The winds, however, kept blowing.
Hundreds were at a fundraiser Monday morning for the 11,000 square-foot service center for the homeless that’s being built at Suburban Station in Center City.
A Philly-based non-profit, which focuses its attention on breast cancer patients in two city neighborhoods, had its annual 5K Sunday morning.