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, Bryan led breaking news coverage of Hurricane Sandy as it slammed the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Previously, Bryan 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.
Bryan’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.
Bryan 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 a son, Joshua.
Authorities are investigating after a man killed a seagull in Ocean City, N.J.
The victim was taken to Christiana Hospital in unknown condition.
Fines start in the $120-range and go up.
George Murray is happy to be alive after last night’s thunderstorm destroyed the back of his mobile home
Sources tell CBS3 that when officers arrived, a male suspect with a knife charged at them. Police reportedly shot and killed that man.
Crews had initially been dispatched to the area to search for Boyer on Wednesday, after his friends said he didn’t make it to shore while swimming in the lake.
Demolition began this week on several empty motels along the Black Horse Pike, marking the end of an era many are happy to forget in the section of Egg Harbor Township known as West Atlantic City.
The continued power outages caused by Tuesday’s thunderstorms are costing some area businesses a lot of money.
Police are investigating the origin of a noose discovered inside an Atlantic County trash truck by a black employee.
Recent rain and more in the forecast is a welcome sight to farmers after the entire month of May produced barely more than one inch of rain in the Delaware Valley.
It isn’t the ocean temperature giving some people goosebumps at the beach, it’s a picture circulating on social media of a baby dolphin missing half of its body from what appear to be shark bites in North Wildwood.
Captain Bill Howarth of the Ventnor City Beach Patrol says that one or two shark sightings a year are typical in city, but they almost never result in any harm.
Anyone with information about these suspects should call the Camden County Police Department tip line at: (856) 757-7042.
Thursday dozens of Atlantic City firefighters and their families marched around City Hall urging officials to sign a federal grant that could fund 85 at-risk jobs for at least the next two years.
The mystery of the head sculpture discovered six months ago on the Ventnor boardwalk came to a happy conclusion Wednesday.