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 Flash Flood Warning have now been issued in parts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware until 5:30 p.m.
As stores reopen shoppers will be required to wear masks and businesses will be limited to 50% capacity.
Personal care businesses like hair and nail salons, spas, and barber shops can reopen Monday with several new guidelines aimed at coronavirus mitigation.
New Jersey is making a bold play to grab a leading share of the growing offshore wind energy industry by building a facility to build and deploy the huge turbine blades needed to operate windmills.
Restaurants who are able to move their businesses outdoors, for the time being, will still be required to enforce social distancing guidelines.
One man is dead and six others are injured after a shooting in North Philadelphia late Tuesday night.
Footage captured Staff Inspector Joseph Bologna Jr. using a baton to hit a Temple University student in the head during peaceful protests advocating for the end of police brutality.
Fourteen city council members in a letter to Mayor Jim Kenney said they would not support a $14 million proposed increase to the police budget for the 2021 fiscal year.
Ridership is expected to increase as the region moves into the yellow phase of Pennsylvania’s reopening plan prompting SEPTA to impose the mandate on passengers.
Authorities are investigating after another night of reported ATM explosions across Philadelphia as state officials announced they've arrested a man for selling what he advertised as "dynamite" on social media.