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.
More 100 people filled the Assembly Health and Senior Services committee hearing Monday to oppose a bill making it tougher to get religious exemptions from vaccinations.
Around 7 a.m. on July 9, 2014, 40-year-old Kristen Williams, formerly Kristin Conner, was driving a pickup truck on Rt 47 northbound when she went off the road and hit a utility pole.
New Jersey’s education officials say schools where many students skip a new standardized test could face funding cuts from the federal government.
Atlantic City Fire Chief Dennis Brooks is now on paid administrative leave after a city worker claims he dropped his pants in front of her.
With more than 9,000 parents state-wide claiming religious exemptions last to year to stop their kids from getting vaccines, New Jersey lawmakers are trying to tighten exemption guidelines.
Cape May’s City Council meeting took a raucous turn Tuesday night when members demoted Police Chief Robert Sheehan.
Tapped last year to fix systemic mismanagement at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Secretary Robert McDonald’s latest action is back peddling after falsely telling a homeless vet he is former Special Forces.
In his first town hall meeting since last August, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie described public pension liabilities as an unfunded problem that could reach disaster status in less than a decade.
Families from 30 Pennsauken homes were temporarily evacuated Monday as a tanker truck fire sent burning fuel spilling toward several houses and thick black smoke filled the neighborhood.
Trenton officials say people should careful but not afraid to go outside. They’re looking into the sightings and considering a robo-call warning to some neighborhoods if they see a problem.
Fire Department and Public Works crews have been answering non-stop calls this week for burst pipes as the Jersey Shore experiences wind chills far below zero degrees.
Concerns About Police Involved Shootings Bring Community And Law Enforcement Together In South Jersey
Nationwide outrage over police using lethal force sparked a seminar Wednesday for law enforcement and concerned citizens to learn more about officer involved shootings.
Eight inches of snow added up to shoulder-height mounds at the street ends along the Washington Street Mall as people dug out from a winter storm in Cape May.
Despite the extreme cold weather Camden County Police officers maintain their walking beats.
“I wasn’t totally shocked, but I can’t help but think this was just an unconscionable act, if this is true, that this accident was actually staged,” says Russo.