Alicia Nieves joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in February, 2017. Alicia came to CBS 3 from WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania where she had been a reporter and back up anchor since 2015. Previously, she was a Washington, D.C. correspondent for KTVX-TV, the ABC station in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Alicia began her career at WBNG-TV in Binghamton, New York in 2013. She is a 2010 graduate of the University of Central Florida where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in radio and television broadcasting with a minor in political science. She went on to earn a Master of Arts degree in broadcasting and digital journalism from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication in 2014.
Alicia’s journalism career was inspired by the events of September 11, 2001. A native New Yorker, she was in class at her high school just down the street from the World Trade Center as the Twin Towers collapsed. “On that day I learned how important the news is at a time of crisis, she says, “how people rely on us for accurate information. I think about that every time I report.”
Alicia is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists as well as the Society of Professional Journalists.
It was a lot of fun but the bill is now in for the Eagles’ Super Bowl parade.
It happened on the 300 block of Harleysville Pike in Franconia Township.
Students and fans alike are hitting up bookstores and local shops to get their hands on Villanova gear.
The Philadelphia Fire Department is investigating the numerous calls the family said they made about their loved ones.
A local family has questions for the Philadelphia Fire Department after the bodies of three of their loved ones were found three days after a house fire in North Philadelphia.
Thousands of residents are without power in South Jersey after the region got pummeled with snow.
The international search for a 16-year-old girl from Allentown has ended after U.S. Marshall’s located Amy Yu and the 45-year-old Kevin Esterly in Mexico.
In addition to the petition, students and parents plan on taking action Monday morning.
Police and other emergency responders in Huntingdon Valley were called out to St. Albert the Great School after the school received the threat Tuesday morning.
In Montgomery County, tens of thousands are still without power and many are worried it may not be restored by the time this next storm hits.
The cleanup continues in Delaware County following Friday’s powerful nor’easter as another storm is on the way to batter the region.
This year, you could say, it may have even been another Philadelphia Eagles celebration.
Classes throughout the Parkland School District have been canceled Friday because of this fire.
A decade has gone by since the creation of this event, and it has gone from 600 people to now upwards of 3,000.
We haven’t seen it in a while but Saturday’s snow reminded many, that despite the up and down temperatures that, it is still winter.
The effort continues to help Puerto Ricans who fled when Hurricane Maria roared ashore last year.
Most bars and restaurants have sold out of Super Bowl LII watch-party space but not all hope is lost if you still want to watch the big game in that kind of atmosphere.
The owner of Slack’s Hoagie Shack told Eyewitness News he had an extra person working at the sandwich shop everyday since Tuesday.
A 13-year-old die-hard Philadelphia Eagles fan, who overcame childhood cancer, gets a chance to go to Super Bowl LII after a Minnesota Vikings fan’s donation.
This night began with about 20 Vikings fans at one table, but that would quickly change because as far as the eye can see it’s all birds fans.
A crowd Vikings fans welcomed players and team staff as they checked into a Center City hotel Saturday.
In Norristown, a PennDOT salt barn has been filling up salt trucks since Monday night.
The Philadelphia Eagles have captured the heart and attention of the city and far beyond.
The Philadelphia Water Department confirms there were at least ten water main breaks on Sunday.
The Jersey Shore is not looking like the sunny summer retreat it’s known to be after the first snowstorm of 2018 hit it.
At the height of the holiday season, a Delaware County woman says she was forced out of her home.
The bitter blast in the Delaware Valley caused some damage underground as two water main were affected.
This Christmas instead of the sounds of Christmas bells it was the sound of more than a dozen bullets as one by one they blasted through a home along North 9th Street in Darby Borough.
Four nuns recovering from a serious car crash say they are actually the recipients of two Christmas miracles this holiday season.
A controversial construction project will resume in Montgomery County after the Upper Perkiomen School Board voted to resume the building of a new middle school.