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.
Christie said he believes in the importance of vaccinations and that his children are vaccinated, then added, “But I also understand that parents need to have some measure of choice in things as well so that’s the balance that the government has to decide.”
“It’s a great opportunity to get my foot in the door and learn how to become a full-time police officer,” says Knuttel, who is a Class II officer, a step below a full-time sworn officer.
The arrival of Governor Chris Christie’s emergency management teamed tasked with fixing Atlantic City’s troubled finances has labor leaders worried about job cuts.
It wasn’t the snow storm the experts predicted, but it still made a significant impact on some people in the Trenton region.
As the investigation continues in the police involved shooting that killed Jerame Reid, Bridgeton’s civic and religious leaders met to call for peace in the community.
Despite allegations the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s office can’t be objective investigating the police involved shooting of Jerame Reid, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office will not take over the case.
As Edmond crossed the street and walked around the safety arm in front of the bus, the driver unexpectedly hit the gas and ran Edmond over.
A 22-year-old woman charged with murdering her newborn baby by setting the infant on fire Friday night is expected to make her first court appearance on Tuesday.
Low gas prices in South Jersey are especially making a positive impact on businesses that consume large amounts of fuel.
On the same day news broke the parent company of Caesars Casino in Atlantic City filed for bankruptcy, its ballroom was filled for Mayor Don Guardian’s annual State of the City address.
Having only one arm and one hand with three fingers doesn’t stop Jacqueline Winner from Sicklerville with doing her duties as a mother of four and a paralegal.
New Jersey’s Congressional delegation announced today that Atlantic City could receive up to $29.4 million in emergency grants to help the oppressed work force.
Police are asking for help to find Erica Crippen-Crosby, a missing 26-year-old mother of two last seen New Year’s Eve.
John’s battling for his life against anaplastic ganglioglioma, a rare but aggressive malignant tumor on his brain.
Death Of NJ Firefighter Inspires Push For Measure That Would Ensure Health Insurance Coverage For Families Of First Responders
Hunter’s situation compelled New Jersey Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D- Mount Laurel) to file Bill A4062 which would allow families of firefighters, police and EMT’s who died on active duty to keep their health insurance for an extended period.