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Brandon Longo

Brandon Longo joined CBS Philadelphia in November of 2016 where he works on the digital team.

Previously, Brandon worked for our sister station CBS Baltimore and the South Jersey NBC affiliate WMGM-TV NBC 40.

Brandon was raised in Ocean City, NJ and is a graduate of Rowan University.

Follow him on Twitter @BrandonLongo

Ocean City Baseball Player Breaks Neck While Swimming

A recent Ocean City High School graduate, who has his eyes set on playing college baseball, was hospitalized after breaking his neck during a swimming accident last week.


Dashcam Video Shows A Barrage Of Gunfire During 2014 Police-Involved Shooting

The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office has released footage of a 2014 police-involved shooting in Atlantic City after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled earlier this month that the video is a matter of public interest.


SummerFest: Ocean City Is All About Families

For as long as the oldest residents of Ocean City can remember, their city has been a resort town–a place to cool off in the ocean and warm up on the beach.


‘Keep Your Mouth Shut, Live Your Life’: Legal Expert On Early Release Of OJ Simpson

A legal expert is weighing in on O.J. Simpson’s early release saying that the crime that landed him behind bars was “the dumbest thing he could have done.”


Boy Suffering From Rare Disease Sworn In As Wildwood Police Officer

A young boy suffering from a rare disease gets to live out his dreams after the Wildwood Police Department swears him in as a honorary police officer.


Poll: Gov. Chris Christie Least Popular Governor In The Nation

A new poll out Tuesday says that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is one of the least popular governors in the entire nation.


SummerFest: Booming Steel Industry Brought Phoenixville To Life

Phoenixville takes great pride in its past and some dedicated people worked hard to save amazing pieces that tell its story.


Source: Cosmo DiNardo Barred From University In 2016 After Complaints Were Filed

The man who confessed to killing four men in Pennsylvania was allegedly barred from the campus in which he attended due to complaints filed against him, a source tells CBS3.


Lawsuit Claims School Violated Rights Of Students Trying To Form Pro-Life Club

A lawsuit has been filed against a Pennsylvania school claiming that school administrators violated the rights of students attempting to form a Pro-Life club.


SummerFest: Kutztown A Place That’s Grown Up Gently

Kutztown is a place that’s grown up gently. Once an unsettled landscape for those looking to plow their own acres–it’s now considered a “college town”.


Images Released Of Suspect’s Vehicle In Road Rage Killing Of Bianca Roberson

A $5,000 dollar reward is being offered for information.


Summerfest: Sea Isle City Is A Town Of History, Beachfront Relaxation

Head south on the Garden State Parkway to Exit 17 and you will find the town of Sea Isle City.


Rare Creatures Discovered During 31-Day Voyage Off Australia

The team of 58 scientists explored the mysterious life that inhabits the abyss off eastern Australia – an almost unexplored habitat 4,000 meters below the surface.


SummerFest: Ambler’s Roots Are In The Railroad

Just like many of the suburbs of Philadelphia, Ambler’s roots are in the railroad.


Gene Simmons Is Trying To Trademark Iconic Rock Hand Gesture

Kiss frontman Gene Simmons has reportedly filed an application to patent a well-known rock hand gesture similar to the “sign of the horns”.


2 Dead After Small Jet Crashes Near New Jersey Airport

Two people are dead after a small jet crashed near an airport in New Jersey on Monday.


‘I Credit You With Saving My Life,’ Cancer Survivor Tells CBS3’s Carol Erickson

As hundreds of breast cancer survivors walked down the art museum steps on Sunday, one woman credits former CBS 3 broadcaster Carol Erickson with saving her life.


School Administrator Resigns Amid Controversy With Anti-Abortion Protesters

A Pennsylvania school administrator who was at the center of a controversy involving anti-abortion protesters has announced his resignation on Thursday.


Northfield Firefighter Rescues Elderly Woman Stuck In Attic For 15 Hours

A routine call from a Northfield firefighter is being credited with saving an elderly woman’s life in South Jersey.


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Ray Rice Not Hired As Coach At NJ High School, Officials Say

Despite reports that former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has taken a coaching job at a school in New Jersey, officials tell CBS Philly that’s not the case.


Gloucester Co. Woman Snapping Photo of Deer Gets Lightning Surprise

A New Jersey woman got quite the surprise when she went to take a photo of seven deer in her backyard.


South Jersey Surfer Reunited With Lost GoPro With Help From Facebook Community

Footage lost at sea for months has found its way back to shore, with the help from last week’s nor’easter and a Facebook community.


Fire Rips Through Home In Ocean City

Firefighters are investigating after a home in Ocean City went up in flames on Wednesday night


New Jersey Woman Buys 3 Winning Scratch-Off Lottery Tickets, Cashes In On $500,000

A New Jersey woman is now $500,000 richer after a quick lunch break lottery stop.


Hard Rock to Buy Shuttered Taj Mahal In Atlantic City, Will Invest More Than $300M

The owner of the shuttered Taj Mahal in Atlantic City has announced a definitive agreement to sell the property to Hard Rock International.


Dachshund Found In Trash Bag Gets New Wheels

A dog found in a trash bag continues to recover and now has a cart to keep up with her doggie brothers!


Occupants Dangle From 2nd Floor Windows After Vineland Hotel Goes Up In Flames

Firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze at the inn on the 2200 block of West Landis Avenue around 2 a.m. Friday morning.


Sentencing Set for Manco & Manco Owners In Tax Evasion Case

A sentencing hearing is set for Friday for the owners of the popular Ocean City restaurant chain Manco & Manco, who have pleaded guilty to tax evasion charges, according to a spokesman from the U.S. district attorney for New Jersey.


Police Release Surveillance Video After Man Found Gagged, Tied Up In Home Invasion

City police are investigating after a Philadelphia man is found gagged and tied up in his bedroom two days after a gruesome home invasion in Juniata Park.


Philadelphia Police Officer Dragged By Vehicle During Traffic Stop

The incident took place at 20th and Spencer Street in Philadelphia.



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