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 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, Colin, an Air Force F-15 pilot, reside in Philadelphia.
Fearing for the safety of some children in his North Philly neighborhood, one local man called police. But when that didn’t solve the probelm he called the CBS 3 I-Team.
A 7th grader at Ridley Park Middle School says a man driving a white van snatched her off the street while she was walking to school alone.
Getting along with your neighbor isn’t always easy. And one local man says what was happening next door was making life miserable for him.
Questions remain about why the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office admitted NFL star running back Ray Rice to a first offender program despite video evidence showing a violent assault against on his now-wife.
Pennsylvania schools will have to make room for almost 400 undocumented children this fall. In Delaware more than 100 and in new Jersey, more than 1,500. In all, that’s enough to fill nearly 70 classrooms.
A Kurdish exchange student is studying in Philadelphia at Temple University. But his heart and mind are half a world away with his family in Iraq.
Police are investigating after five children, ranging in age to from six-months-old to nine-years-old, were found locked inside of an SUV in the Port Richmond section of the city.
The teachers, who asked to remain anonymous, told CBS3 that the problem has been going on for three years but has recently become so bad that it is compromising the health of their students.
Nearly all of the state’s 170 parks and recreational areas have been impacted by illegal dumping. New Jersey’s two largest parks, Brendan Byrne State Forest and Wharton State Forest which are both located in south Jersey have become hot spots.
It’s called human trafficking and authorities in New Jersey are cracking down on the crime they say happens more often than you’d think.
It’s a sweet deal for public school superintendents, and it’s all paid for by your taxes.
Police say a driver who was high on drugs hit and killed a beloved wife and mother.
Parents depend on school buses every day to get their children to school safely but the CBS3 I-Team is exposing the danger children face while getting on and off the bus every day.
A multi-million dollar federal cleanup operation is underway in south Jersey where U.S. Environmental Protection Agency workers try to stop the spread of what the EPA calls, ‘an immediate risk to the public health.’
Because of our investigation into daycare centers, action is now being taken to strengthen oversight at hundreds of these facilities.