Anita Oh joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in February, 2017. She had been a freelance reporter with the station since January, 2016.
Anita came to CBS 3 from WMAZ-TV in Macon, Georgia where she had been a weekend anchor and reporter covering the state house and county government.
She is a 2013 graduate of Penn State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism with minors in sociology and international studies. While in college, her internships and freelance assignments gave her multiple multi-media experiences from serving as a production assistant on Fox and Friends and hosting a radio show, to serving as a reporter for McClatchy News in Shanghai, China.
Born in Connecticut, Anita moved to the Delaware Valley in high school and considers the Philadelphia area her home. She speaks fluent Korean.
Severe weather leading up to the event forced organizers to cancel the swim portion, as recent heavy rains caused debris and fast-moving waters.
Philadelphia Police say a woman is dead after a “brutal, savage attack” in a park just behind Dobbins High School in Strawberry Mansion.
The REAL ID Act, implemented after the 9/11 terror attacks, sets security standards for identification accepted by the federal government.
Philly residents are combating the heroin epidemic by delivery a jar of needles to city officials.
Dorothea Davis drove through heavy rain and wind gusts as she left work in Paoli on Monday afternoon.
Life Rolls On rolled on to Wildwood Crest in New Jersey for the “They Will Surf Again” event.
Bill Cosby’s attorneys have been calling for a mistrial after days of no consensus between jurors.
The schoolyard focuses on four different learning labs: Systems, Energy, Motion, and Habitat.
As the former head of two biotech companies focusing on oncology, Michael Becker has learned a lot about cancer.
Working outside during the extreme can be overbearing, but some workers don’t have a choice.
Police say the driver shot a man when the victim tried to stop him from repossessing his girlfriend’s car Friday morning.
Philadelphia police say a 1-year-old baby died after being sexually assaulted, and now the stepfather has been arrested.
The search continues tonight for a Bucks County bear.
Tens of thousands of people flocked to the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the four-day Wizard World Comic Con.
For those who do not go down the shore for the holiday weekend, the city of Philadelphia is a destination of its own.
Emergency crews are responding to the scene of a helicopter crash in New Castle, Delaware, Thursday.
As Memorial Day quickly approaches, businesses are getting ready for the rush.
No official identification has been made as Philadelphia police discover male body while searching for missing teenager.
he Stotesbury Cup Regatta, the world’s oldest and largest scholastic regatta, is back in Philadelphia this weekend with more than 5,500 rowers participating.
A 93-year-old decorated WWII veteran will receive an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Villanova University.
Despite the wet and chilly weather, thousands of athletes and spectators flocked to the Schuylkill River Saturday for the final day of the Dad Vail Regatta.
A man in Mayfair says he was brutally attacked by at least a dozen teenagers, Saturday night.
More than 40,000 people made their way Sunday from Central High School to South Philadelphia for the 38th annual Broad Street Run.
As Philly Tech Week wraps up, one Philadelphia-based tech company is just getting started.
Students at Methacton High School surprise colorblind teacher with EnChroma lenses.
With hundreds of children with autism in mind, the New Jersey-based Bancroft organization hosted the Ninja Warrior Challenge on Sunday morning at the Camden Baseball Stadium.
Flames broke out around 4:30 a.m. Saturday at a two-story building in the 4200 block Tackawanna Street.
With three major sporting events happening in the city on the same day, getting around has practically been a sport of its own.
Proudly representing their schools, athletes from across the country competed in the event.
For weeks ahead of the NFL Draft, the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia has been more like a parking lot, according to some drivers.