Charlotte Huffman joined CBS 3 and The CW Philly’s Eyewitness News team as an investigative reporter in September, 2013.
Huffman came to Philadelphia from WNCN-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she has been a reporter since 2010. While in Raleigh, Huffman was honored with the 2013 regional Edward R. Murrow Award and regional Emmy for her “Poison in the Water” investigation which revealed 2,000 contamination sites across North Carolina. Her reporting prompted state legislative change and a statewide water safety campaign.
Previously, Huffman reported for KETK-TV in Tyler, Texas, where she was the weekday morning anchor and host of “East Texas Live.” She began her journalism career as a general assignment reporter at KFDX-TV in Wichita Falls, Texas.
A native of Oklahoma City, Huffman is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism and Spanish. She and her husband, an Air Force F-15 pilot, reside in Philadelphia.
Hundreds of pornographic images are among the documents unsealed Wednesday from an investigation that produced criminal charges against the state’s attorney general.
As students gear up to head back to school, teachers like Jane Quigley are digging into their pockets to make sure their classrooms are stocked with the necessary supplies.
A demonstration was held Monday in Trenton, NJ.
Federal law requires employers give nursing moms reasonable break times to pump for a year after a child’s birth.
The sand reportedly drops off in some places as steep as five feet.
The state plans to purchase 1,000 body cameras to outfit any trooper working in the field.
Fire investigators are still trying to determine what caused Thursday’s fire that left 12 people homeless.
A violent shootout Tuesday morning ends authorities’ ten month-long search for a Philadelphia man wanted for the murder of a pregnant woman.
A former Atlantic County caseworker admits he used his position with the county to help steal an elderly couple’s life savings.
The I-Team’s Charlotte Huffman reports.
A classroom is thought to be the safest place for a child to flourish mentally, physically, and emotionally. However, this safe haven is proving to be less safe than many would like to think.
I-TEAM: Salem County Gave Children Wrong Vaccines; 2-Year-Old Boy Received Double Dose of Cervical Cancer Prevention Vaccine
Operations of the “Shots for Tots” clinic have been suspended by the Health Department at this time.
I-TEAM INVESTIGATES: Insider Speaks Out About Alleged “Political Cover-up” Of A Cop Suspected Of Driving Drunk
A Jersey City Police Department insider speaks out about an alleged DUI cover-up and how it may have cost the former police chief his job.
Police dash cam video obtained by the CBS3 I-Team shows what unfolded when an officer with the Robbinsville Township Police Department stopped a Jersey City police officer.
A South Jersey man admitted Friday in federal court he ran an elaborate scam that stole $612,774 from schools across the country.