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Cleve Bryan

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New Jersey Reporter Cleve Bryan joined CBS 3/CW Philly’s Eyewitness News team in July, 2013.

The Turnersville, New Jersey native returned to the Delaware Valley from WVEC-TV in Norfolk, Virginia where he has been a reporter and anchor since 2011.  During his time reporting in Hampton Roads, Cleve led breaking news coverage of Hurricane Sandy as it slammed the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  Previously, he was a reporter at WCBD-TV in Charleston, South Carolina and at The Florida Channel in Tallahassee, Florida where his reporting was seen on PBS stations throughout the state. He began his career at WMGM-TV in Atlantic City in 2005 as a photographer/reporter and returned to the station from 2007 until 2009 as a reporter and back-up morning news anchor.

Cleve’s South Jersey roots run deep.  A graduate of Washington Township High School, he spent five summers as a member of the Ocean City, New Jersey Beach Patrol training new lifeguards.  He was also a Special Olympics volunteer coach for the Ocean City Stingrays Swim Team.

Cleve is a 2004 graduate of the University of Maryland where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Journalism and Spanish.

He and his wife, Nicole, have two boys.

 

Danny Diaz-Delgado

Affidavit: Suspects Used Facebook To Lure, Kill Man Buying PlayStation For Brother

A newly released arrest affidavit describes how police found two men charged in the murder of a 20-year-old who was trying to buy a PlayStation 4 through Facebook.

04/20/2018

Emergency Repairs As ‘Significant Deterioration’ Found Under Ben Franklin Bridge

During the inspection they found “significant deterioration of a lateral bracing member.”

CBS 3–04/19/2018

FBI Raids Methadone Clinic In Camden

FBI Raids Methadone Clinic In Camden

Video from Chopper 3 shows at least 100 people lined up outside.

CBS 3–04/18/2018

Sixers’ Fans Confident Heading Into The Playoffs Despite Embiid Missing Game 1

After four long, tough years, it appears that “trusting the process” has worked. 

CBS 3–04/14/2018

Community On Alert After Rash Of Home Burglaries In Delaware County

Pennsylvania State Police are warning residents of Chadds Ford and Concord Township to be on alert after a rash of residential burglaries.

04/13/2018

Controversial Vote: South Jersey Town Wants To Disband Police Department

A South Jersey town wants to disband their police department but not everyone is happy about the idea.

CBS 3–04/12/2018

Cowtown Rodeo Will Be Entertaining Families For Generations To Come

The cowboy way is a tradition passed down from one generation to another.

CBS 3–04/11/2018

Reid Herjo

Police: Man Kills Dog, Collects Nearly $15,000 In GoFundMe Donations

Atlas’ injuries were severe and consisted of numerous fractures, requiring surgical repair, as well as hemorrhaging.

04/10/2018

Philadelphia School District Holds 6th Annual Red Carpet Glam Event

With prom season right around the corner, picking the right gown can be a mixture of fun and stress. 

04/07/2018

‘We’re Not Playing Around’: Voorhees Officials Want To Transform Dying Town Center Mall

Call it half-empty or half-full, only about 50% of the stores are occupied these days at the Town Center Mall in Voorhees. 

04/06/2018

Gurbir Grewal

First Sikh Attorney General Vying To Build Trust Between Police, Minority Communities In New Jersey

In New Jersey, the first Sikh attorney general in United States history is now 80 days into the job.

04/06/2018

‘We Were Shocked’: SEPTA Officer Had To Unexpectedly Give Up Police K9 Living With Family

Nicole Galanti feels like her family is having their hearts ripped out for a second time.

04/04/2018

Amazon’s New South Jersey Fulfillment Center Will Create Roughly 1,000 New Jobs

With construction well underway Amazon is looking at early 2019 as a possible opening for a new 650,000 sq ft fulfillment center in West Deptford.

03/27/2018

Villanova Fans Excited, But Anxious For Elite 8 Game

After a thrilling win Friday night students at Villanova University are excited and anxious to have their men’s basketball team in the Elite 8.

03/24/2018

camden fire

Search On For Good Samaritans Who Saved Elderly Man From Burning Home Near Rutgers-Camden Dorm

The search is on for two mystery heroes who saved an elderly man from his burning home near the Rutgers-Camden dorm.

03/23/2018

Microbrewery Business Bubbling Over In New Jersey

As people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this weekend with their favorite frothy pint, New Jersey brewers say take the opportunity to check out your local brew.

03/16/2018

Cape May ghost tracks

Recent Nor’easters Unearth ‘Ghost Tracks’ At Cape May Beach

It’s not what the tide washed in, but out, that has people flocking to Higbee’s Beach on the Delaware Bay side of Cape May.

03/15/2018

‘Definitely Worse Than Sandy’: Tree Service Company Struggling To Keep Up After Nor’easters

Two nor’easters in one week created the ‘perfect’ storm for tree service companies and many are still struggling to keep up with the demand.

03/09/2018

New Jersey Crews, Homeowners Deal With Aftermath Of Powerful Nor’easter

During the peak of the storm wind gusts topped 60 miles per hour in parts of South Jersey.

03/03/2018

Super Bowl Celebrations Continue As New Jersey Town Honors 2 Eagles Coaches

For the man known to love ice cream, this was Pederson’s cherry on top.

02/24/2018

Washington Township Students Create Device To Hinder School Shooters

Engineering students at Washington Township High School have developed an inexpensive device that could save lives if a shooter was in their building.

02/23/2018

Camden County Announces Wide-Reaching Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers, Distributors

The opioid epidemic continues to plague our nation and now some communities in South Jersey are taking a new approach to fight back against those they feel are responsible.

02/21/2018

Alleged Racist Videos Prompting Increased Police Presence At New Jersey School

Questions about student safety and accusations of racist behavior led to an increased police presence at Maple Shade High School on Tuesday.

02/20/2018

‘It’s Not Even A Movie, It’s A Movement’: ‘Black Panther’ Fans Flock To Theater In Cherry Hill

On the first day of a full viewing schedule, audiences turned out en masse to see the Black Panther at the Loews Theatres in Cherry Hill.

02/16/2018

South Jersey Therapy Dog Gets Hero’s Welcome After Competing In Westminster Dog Show

A therapy dog who works with kids in South Jersey gets a hero’s welcome after returning from the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

02/14/2018

Massive Poop Problem: NJ Trying To Stop Thousands Of Crows From Defecating Everywhere

Officials in New Jersey are tackling a poop problem.

02/13/2018

Victory Tastes Sweet In Collegeville As Bakery Wins Friendly Super Bowl Bet

The sweet taste of the Eagles’ first Super Bowl championship is flavored with redemption as it comes at the hands of the New England Patriots, and for those who bet against us – it’s time to pay up.

02/10/2018

Night To Shine: Tim Tebow Foundation Sponsors Special Needs Proms

“Night to Shine” is a worldwide event sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation that gives special needs teens and adults an opportunity for a first-class prom.

02/09/2018

PATCO Sells Out Of Tickets For Eagles Super Bowl Parade

To prepare for the enormous crowd, PATCO is consolidating resources to operate just five stations on Thursday.

02/07/2018

Corey Clement mom

Family, Friends Can’t Wait To Celebrate Super Bowl Win With Glassboro’s Corey Clement

Latanya Dunaway-Clement says amazing journeys like she’s shared with her son, Eagles running back Corey Clement, are marked by moments.

02/06/2018

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