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.

 

‘Evesham Saving Lives’ Deters Drunk Driving With Free Rides Home

Officials say that in the last two years township residents have taken 6,000 free rides, DUI’s are down 80 percent and there have been no DUI fatalities.

11/22/2017

From Outdoor Projectors To Special Lights, These New Holiday Options Could Make Your Home Stand Out

The time for holiday decorating is once again upon us and this year there are many ways to make your home stand out.

11/21/2017

West Chester Community Steps Up To Help Senior Living Facility Residents Displaced By Fire

The residents of Barclay Friends are now relying on friends or loved ones to help them.

11/17/2017

Wynnefield Remembers Iraq Vet For His Years Of Service To Both His Country, Community

This Veterans Day is the first without one Wynnefield man who served his country and his local community until the day he died.

CBS 3–11/11/2017

How New Jersey Could Become A Multi-Billion Dollar Marijuana State

Democrat Phil Murphy vowed on the campaign to legalize marijuana and use a potential $300 million tax revenue to fund education programs and worker pensions.

11/10/2017

Ashley Bennett

South Jersey Woman Defeats Politician Who Joked About Women’s March

The political spark became a roaring flame when she saw a post on the Facebook page of Republican Atlantic County Freeholder John Carman.

11/09/2017

Suspect Charged In Camden Cop Shooting Shares His Side Of The Story

A week after 19-year-old Delronn Mahan allegedly shot Camden police officer Patrick O’Hanlon both appeared in court for Mahan’s detention hearing.

11/08/2017

Anti-Trump Protesters Gather In Thomas Paine Plaza

A crowd gathered at Thomas Paine Plaza Sunday afternoon as the group “Refuse Fascism” held a rally.

11/04/2017

New Jersey Family Uses Halloween To Help Support A Good Cause

Maybe you’ve been to a neighborhood haunted house before, but you’ve probably never seen something like Monster Martin’s House of Terror in Pitman, New Jersey.

CBS 3–10/28/2017

Donnie Farrell

Rowan Remembers Student Killed Near Campus 10 Years Ago

A small memorial near Rowan University’s Triad Apartments marks the spot where 19-year-old sophomore Donnie Farrell was beaten to death.

10/27/2017

Families of Opioid Abuse Victims Hope For New Resources

As Halloween approaches the decorations at Suzanne Harrison’s home serve as a reminder she and her sister Anne no longer have their brother King to help greet the trick-or-treaters.

10/26/2017

Officials Investigate Reports Of Booms That Shook Ground In South Jersey

Officials are trying to determine the cause of some reported rumblings that shook areas of southern New Jersey.

10/25/2017

Pope John Paul II High School

Parents Outraged After Video Surfaces Of Students Chanting Racial Slur

School officials say an investigation is underway after a video surfaced this week showing several students from Pope John Paul II High School laughing and chanting the N-word.

10/24/2017

Cancer Survivor Lives Dream As Member Of High School Football Team

Cole’s knowledge of football and willingness to do anything have made him a natural part of the team.

10/07/2017

Man Accused Of Throwing Puppy Out Of Third-Floor Window During Fit Of Rage

A Trenton man is accused of throwing his 4-month-old puppy out of a third-floor window. 

10/06/2017

New Jersey Business Uses Dance To Help Aid Relief Efforts In Puerto Rico

For a $25 donation people could attend a wide variety of dance classes all day long led by instructors who volunteered their time.

CBS 3–09/30/2017

David Creato Jr. Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison In Death Of 3-Year-Old Son

The Camden County father who pleaded guilty in the death of his 3-year-old son has been sentenced.

09/29/2017

Firefighters Save Two People From Ocean, Deliver Baby Over 4-Day Span

It was an eventful four days for the Brigantine Fire Department earlier this week as they were busy saving lives and introducing a new one.

09/28/2017

Camden Poverty Rate Drops As Some Cash-In On Construction Boom

This past year the UOSS became the primary training agency for the Camden Construction Career Initiative, the 10-week program to help Camden residents get jobs in the city’s construction boom.

09/26/2017

Sea Of Green Hits North Wildwood For Irish Weekend

The revelry is well underway for the 26th Annual Irish Fall Festival.

09/22/2017

Camden Cop Charged With Sexual Assault After Allegedly Fathering Child With Teen

A 32-year-old Camden detective who has been an officer in the city since 2010 is charged with sexual assault of a minor for allegedly fathering a child with a 15-year-old girl.

09/21/2017

Jose Strengthens Into Hurricane Again, Threatens Northeast

Tropical Storm Jose strengthened to a hurricane again on Friday and began moving West toward the East Coast.

09/15/2017

Vineland School Promoting Tolerance, Diversity Through Character Education Program

As history teachers like to say, one of the reasons we study the past is so we don’t make the same mistakes.

09/13/2017

Hurricanes Irma, Jose Sending Waves Up East Coast As Beach Erosion Concern At Jersey Shore

Light wind and long lines allowed surfers to show off their moves, but the storms also send dangerous rip currents and storm surge to the dunes.

09/12/2017

2 Coast Guard Air Crews In Atlantic City Head To Texas To Aid Flood Rescue Efforts

Two Coast Guard air crews took off from New Jersey on Wednesday to lend a helping hand with Harvey relief efforts.

08/30/2017

Rip Current Risk ‘Extremely High’ Along Jersey Shore

An angry washing machine might be one way to describe the Atlantic Ocean Tuesday but to these surfers it’s a chance to put their skills to the test.

08/29/2017

Darts Of War Takes Aim At Family Fun In South Jersey

At Darts of War kids and adults can plan in teams and shoot darts at each other with various styles of toy guns in battle ground made up of bunkers, walls, tubes and even a Humvee.

CBS 3–08/26/2017

Impact Of Sandy, Hurricane Harvey Raises Concerns For New Jersey Residents

Progress has been slow in some shore neighborhoods hit hard by super storm Sandy.

08/25/2017

Sen. Whelan Died From Heart Attack; Was Prepping For Netflix Interview About AC

The sudden death of former Atlantic City Mayor and N.J. State Senator Jim Whelan has the mayors who followed in his footsteps reflecting on their mentor.

08/23/2017

Atlantic City Gearing Up For 15th Annual Airshow

From the powerful roar of fighter jets to death-defying spins and drops in single prop planes, thousands of beach and boardwalk goers had quite the aerial entertainment Tuesday as performers for Wednesday’s Atlantic City Airshow practiced their moves.

08/22/2017

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