Steve Keeley joined the FOX 29 News team in 2002 as a reporter for "Good Day Philadelphia."
Before returning to his hometown of Philadelphia, Steve worked with NBC affiliates since 1987, first serving as a general assignment reporter at WROC-TV in Rochester, N.Y. He next spent six years as a reporter at WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, N.Y., then reported at WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, for two years.
Steve graduated Cum Laude from Glassboro State College, now Rowan University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law/Justice. From 1983 to 1985, he worked in radio at WFPG in Atlantic City, N.J., as News Director and in 1986 switched to television as a news writer for KYW-TV. At that time, he was also working at WMDT-TV in Salisbury, Maryland, as weekend anchor.
Steve lives in South Jersey and enjoys running and working out in his spare time.
Police are investigating after they say a wrong-way driver caused a fatal crash on I-95 in Bensalem.
"We need everyone to come together to stop gun violence at any time," Kenney said. "But never more so than right now."
A Philadelphia councilmember is urging the city to use all available means to secure Hahnemann Hospital to treat coronavirus patients.
Corporal James O'Connor, 46, was a member of the SWAT team of the Philadelphia Police Department. He was fatally shot while police and SWAT members were attempting to serve a warrant in Frankford.
All events scheduled through March 31 at the Wells Fargo Center are being rescheduled amid the COVID-19 outbreak. FOX 29's Alex George reports.
A Ford F-550 flatbed tow truck, a Dodge Caravan mini-van, and a VW Passat were all taken into police custody.
Friends and family are remembering former Temple University football player Zaire Williams, who was shot and killed near campus early Monday morning.
A nonprofit group said it will open the nation’s first supervised injection site in South Philadelphia next week to combat overdose deaths.
Police are investigating after a hit-and-run in North Philadelphia claimed the life of a 27-year-old Temple University student.
Police are searching for a man who they say broke into a Collingswood home and assaulted two residents before setting the house on fire.