Alexandria Hoff joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News team in March, 2015.
Hoff was most recently a reporter/anchor at WHTM-TV, the ABC station in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, since 2013. Previously, she worked as an anchor/reporter for WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Maryland from 2010-2011, where she founded the station’s Northern Virginia Bureau in Shenandoah Valley.
Hoff’s reporting earned her a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award in 2014 for Health – News Single Story or Series, “When Hashtags Hurt,” about eating disorders going viral.
A native of South Jersey, Hoff is a 2010 graduate of Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and political science. Hoff spent a semester traveling at sea in 2008 through the University of Virginia, traveling to 12 countries in less than four months. As part of that experience, she shot and produced a mini-documentary on the South African National Biodiversity Institute in Cape Town and participated in an Environmental Policy Summit in Chennai.
As the daughter of an Ocean City enthusiast and a former Phillies “Hot Pants Girl,” Hoff ‘s local roots run deep. She’s a self-described “Beatnik literature buff,” particularly Jack Kerouac, and loves old books, foreign films, surfing and hiking.
Crews in New Castle County rescued someone from the top of a water tower, Wednesday morning.
A confession in the Solebury murder investigation does not draw a close to this excavation.
According to police, DiNardo has a history of mental illness.
A father is in police custody after authorities say his baby accidentally overdosed when she rolled onto a hypodermic needle in Manayunk.
Three Philadelphia men were among five people arrested for an alleged July 4 attack on lifeguards in Ocean City, New Jersey.
After more than a decade of false starts and frustration there is new life for an old landmark in South Jersey.
Pennsylvania drivers may need to work on their people skills.
Fierce weather moved through our area quickly and left a harsh mark.
Republicans and Democrats joined in a spirited, friendly rivalry Thursday at their annual Congressional Baseball game.
Now you can train just like the NAVY SEALs.
The shooting occurred at about 6:40 p.m. in the 4200 block of Whitaker Avenue.
Wilmington police say the shooting occurred on the 700 block of East 6th Street.
A store patron’s quick actions help thwart an armed robbery on Wednesday.
A fire destroys a house in Bucks County and authorities are now investigating if teens with fireworks are to blame.
A Philadelphia school principal continues to recover after police say he was attacked by a student when a fight broke out.
Police are investigating another reported incident of groping in Princeton.
Police say the 6-week-old baby boy was unresponsive at a home in the 5800 block of Willows Avenue.
City police are investigating after brazen vandals are caught on camera running on top of cars.
A shocking scene that has shaken students from St. Cecilias School in Northeast Philadelphia to the core.
Police say the alleged incident began at a gas station at 33rd and York Streets on Tuesday
According to police, around 10 p.m. Tuesday two cars were traveling westbound in excess of 100 mph, possibly drag racing, when the scene turned horrific.
The CDC found interesting health data associated with wireless-only households.
Supporters packed a school board meeting in Downingtown on Wednesday in hopes of having a school administrator reinstated following a clash with anti-abortion protesters last week.
The Downingtown -Area School District is one that is torn in two following a largely beloved staff member placed on administrative leave due to a video that captured what some feel was a clear violation of the First Amendment.
As the NFL Draft gets underway in Philadelphia you can expect security around the event to be tight.
SEPTA has rolled out a new policy to crack down on what they call aggressive panhandling on subway cars.
Powerful storms ripped a roof off a building in Montgomery County on Thursday.
The Humane Society of Berks County says the workers heard “Miracle Maisy” crying from the trash bag inside the garbage truck on Tuesday.
Video of the incident shows the suspect reaching into the child’s stroller while inside of the Dunkin’ Donuts at 1425 Locust Street.
There’s a lovely home on the market at 253 Pebble Beach Drive in Mays Landing with an owner who has a “colorful” brand of salesmanship.