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.
As holiday packages are on the move, so are the criminals.
The school received a $10,000 grant as part of the NFL’s Play 60 initiative, which encourages children to be active for sixty minutes per day and eat healthy foods.
Fans of the Philadelphia Eagles are flying high, as some scramble to get their hands on anything Birds-related.
Surrounded by music, views, and familiar characters, many gather for one tradition each year in Philadelphia.
‘We Kicked Their Butt’: Fans Return Back To Philly From Dallas Following Dominating Eagles’ Win Against Cowboys
Eagles fans cruised home to the City of Brotherly Love on Monday after witnessing the Birds dominate the Cowboys 37-9 on Sunday night.
A Lehigh Valley farm has been delivering turkeys to the White House for nearly 60 years.
Radnor Township police have arrested a man accused of stalking a local teenager, who has hundreds of thousands of followers across multiple social media channels.
Three people who allegedly forced a 21-year-old California woman into prostitution are facing human trafficking and other charges, and investigators are crediting an Uber driver with helping her get to safety.
Investigators say around 12:15 a.m., a gunman fired bullets into a group of teens on the 2700 block of North 19th Street by West Somerset Street.
Bristol Township police are investigating a child luring incident involving a 9-year-old boy.
Jenkintown High School’s cross country team is heading to the PIAA state championships in Hershey this weekend after clinching its second district title and a perfect score at Lehigh University last week.
A dog found tied up to a dumpster and badly beaten is now under the care of the Philadelphia Animal Hospital.
A Philadelphia barber whos cuts haircuts for the homeless gets his own shop.
Luiz was born without a femur and fibula.
A new bill aims to curb illegal dumping in Philadelphia.
It’s called Instant Acceptance Day, a partnership with six local colleges and universities that provide scholarship opportunities exclusively for students at this school.
Philadelphia police say the body was discovered shortly before 11 a.m. near the Walnut Street Bridge.
Authorities and medics rushed to Freddy Grocery on the 3400 block of Fairmount Avenue just after 8:30 p.m. Friday night.
Delco Dawgs, a small volunteer group dedicated to saving stray animals, says it has hit legal “red tape” as it qualifies as neither a non-profit nor an animal control facility.
Police say it appears the thieves seem to be targeting the latest years and at least one specific model.
After waiting for hours in an airport that had no power due to Hurricane Maria, those escaping the devastation in Puerto Rico touched down at the Philadelphia International Airport on Friday night.
The kinds of challenges Nathanael Ogden pushes beyond while on a bike are much like those he’s faced while off of one.
New Jersey State Police and local police departments are investigating the theft of hundreds of bronze grave markers at four separate cemeteries.
Like any other day, Coatesville police are on alert, watching for what may go wrong.
David Jones was killed by police when he was stopped by officers on his dirt bike.
The flames broke out around 11:30 p.m. Saturday at a home in the 400 block of South 4th Street in Hamburg.
More than 100,000 people are expected to attend the 2-day event and tickets are required to enter.
On Friday, Delaware Governor John Carney released the final report of the Independent Review into the Smyrna prison standoff on February 1 at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center.
Even from a distance, the City of Brotherly Love is showing Texas what Philadelphia is all about.
Four-hundred people from across the country are walking 60 miles in our region to show cancer it won’t win.