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.
A Drexel Hill Middle School is on administrative leave after she was allegedly involved in a racially charged exchange with a parent in the school parking lot.
A suspected home invader has died after police say he was shot by a South Philadelphia homeowner following a struggle over a gun.
A Philadelphia man who spent the past 21 years in prison following a wrongful conviction is ready to put it all behind him.
In Delaware County, floodwaters are finally receding after storms slammed the area Wednesday.
Severe storms that moved through parts of our area Wednesday night knocked down trees and left thousands of people without power.
A pregnant woman and her child have died after they were overtaken by flash floods during severe storms Thursday afternoon.
A judge ordered no bail for the two men authorities say are connected to the kidnapping and murder of a Camden man. Dozens of people packed into the courtroom on Thursday.
Philadelphia police are investigating four separate shootings that have left five people dead between 5 p.m. Wednesday and 5 a.m. Thursday.
A man has died and a teenager is in the hospital after a shooting in West Philadelphia Friday morning.
Authorities seize more than 15,000 kilos of cocaine, worth $1 billion, in an historic bust right here in Philadelphia. What we're learning about how the drugs were loaded onto the ship, and the two men charged after the bust.