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.
Prior to moving to Baltimore, he spent more than four years covering news at the South Jersey NBC affiliate WMGM-TV NBC 40.
Brandon was raised in Ocean City, NJ and is a graduate of Rowan University.
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An Ocean County police officer jumped into action to save the life of a hockey player suffering from an apparent heart attack earlier this week.
If you’re looking to get “lost in New York” just like Kevin McCallister, well, we have a plan for you.
A Mays Landing man has died after authorities say he attempted to stop a domestic dispute earlier this month.
Demonstrators take to the streets outside of Philadelphia’s Criminal Justice Center Monday evening, rallying for imprisoned rapper Meek Mill.
A New Jersey State Police trooper is being hailed a hero after he saved a choking man while off duty last weekend.
A smiling dog in Texas may be just what you need right now.
A giant inflatable “Trump rat” sat feet away from a controversial statue in Center City on Monday and the man who inflated the rat says he’s aiming to draw attention to the “embarrassment Trump is to the United States.”
One town in New Jersey is getting into the holiday spirit just a little bit early this year leaving some scratching heads.
A Vineland man was sentenced Tuesday in connection to the vehicular homicide of a Mainland soccer player.
Albright President Offers To Reinstate 3 Football Players Dismissed For Violating Team’s Show Of Unity
Three football players dismissed from Division III Albright College in Pennsylvania have been offered reinstatement to the team, the president of the college announced on Monday.
A spokesperson for Albright says two players were not fully kneeling with their team during the coin toss prior to the national anthem.
Authorities in Atlantic City have arrested two people who they say were attempting to sell a high-powered rifle and multiple pipe bombs.
A model in Canada is warning others after a botched eye tattoo may leave her completely blind in one eye.
I-476–the “Blue Route”– makes the list of the 25 worst traffic hotspots in the nation.
A group of South Jersey bars are taking a unique approach to deter drinking and driving with a “ticket rewards program.”
A Delaware restaurant is speaking out after video shows a woman ranting about a veteran’s service dog inside a restaurant.
Two local colleges are investigating white supremacist fliers that were found posted on campus this week.
A pregnant woman in Philadelphia is now in the hospital after authorities say she overdosed twice after being administered Narcan.
Two dogs allegedly used for fighting and found on the brink of death in Upper Darby are recovering with the help from a Pennsylvania non-profit organization.
At least 10 people have been arrested after authorities found 10,000 bags of suspected heroin following a raid on Friday morning, Attorney General Josh Shapiro has announced.
A day after Black Lives Matter protesters gathered outside of the home of a Philadelphia officer involved in a fatal shooting, a police union has challenged a judge to stop the city from releasing the names of officers involved in such incidents.
Two people have been arrested after police say they scammed a senior citizen out of $147,000 for psychic services that would allegedly eradicate evil spirits.
If you’ve walked through Haddonfield then you know this place goes back a long way.
A Deptford man’s wedding anniversary is even more meaningful this year after his missing wedding ring is found in Ocean City by a woman and her son.
Police have detained a suspect after “black power” was spray painted on a controversial statue in Philadelphia.
Seven people were arrested, including one person connected to a man’s fatal overdose, after authorities searched an Atlantic City motel on Tuesday.
A Bucks County woman is suing after she claims a dead rodent was baked into the bun of her Chick-fil-A sandwich back in 2016.
A federal judge has ruled that a controversial dune project can resume in Margate with safety conditions.
It was an emotional walk for 1-year-old Emilie Meza and her family as cheers and bells signified the completion of her four rounds of chemotherapy treatments.
A recent search for a “Planetary Protection Officer” from NASA has prompted the most adorable letter from a young fourth grader who lives in New Jersey.