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, Colin, an Air Force F-15 pilot, reside in Philadelphia.
What caused last week’s deadly Amtrak derailment is a question that remains unanswered. The National Transportation Safety Board’s investigation is still underway.
Every day millions of people buy tickets hoping to win big bucks playing the lottery.
Your tax dollars are funding the pensions of convicted criminals. Investigative reporter Charlotte Huffman exposes how crime sometimes pays with state pensions in this exclusive report.
I-Team Investigates Amtrak Tragedy: How A Matter Of Months Could’ve Meant Difference Between Life And Death
Thursday at the scene of the Amtrak tragedy, the company’s CEO made a commitment to make travel on the Northeast Corridor safer for millions of riders.
As officials work to learn why Amtrak train 188 was barreling down the tracks at twice the speed allowed, the Eyewitness News I-Team is digging into train derailments and the safeguards in place to prevent them.
Investigative reporter Charlotte Huffman is getting answers in this I-Team exclusive report.
The I-Team is in pursuit of a man running from justice.
Two former Atlantic County employees pled not guilty Tuesday morning to charges of conspiracy, money laundering and theft.
The penalty phase is expected to begin next week.
Former Lower Moreland High School math teacher, Erica Ann Ginnetti appeared before a Montgomery County judge Friday morning to be sentenced for having sex with a student.
I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATION: Prominent Atlantic County Attorney Goes To Prison For Stealing Life Savings Of Elderly
A prominent Atlantic County attorney is sentenced to state prison for stealing seniors’ life savings.
A Philadelphia Fire Department report finds flaws in the department’s response to a December house fire that claimed the life of Joyce Craig, the city’s first female firefighter killed in line of duty.
The CBS Philly I-Team obtained court records that reveal the troubled past of the two brothers charged with the fatal shooting of a Philadelphia Police Officer.
We put our children in the care of teachers every day. Most are trustworthy but some are “crossing the line” into extremely inappropriate behavior by having sex with their students.
The Eyewitness News I-Team went inside a Philadelphia hotel with police to reveal how Citywide Vice is changing its tactics to target prostitution.