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.
Families who live along busy White Horse Road are supposed to be protected by a 25 mph speed limit between Lucas Lane and the White Horse Pike, but a traffic study this year found the average driver goes 17 mph above the limit.
Approaching the second anniversary of Sandy the recovery process is far from complete for homeowners.
As you might expect both candidates condemn gridlock in Washington and believe job creation is their principal objective.
Poll: 1 In 5 Superstorm Sandy Survivors Still Suffer Serious Distress; Half Feel They Need Mental Health Assistance
Nearly two years after Superstorm Sandy many survivors are still trying to figure out their housing and it has taken a toll on their mental health.
Democrat Aimee Belgard and Republican Tom MacArthur are in an all out campaign sprint to win New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District seat.
Elected officials joined company executives at Harrah’s to sign the last steel beam on the $125 million conference center which plans to start operation in August 2015.
The muralist whose work depicted Ferguson, MO teen Michael Brown with the caption “sagging pants is not probable cause” says the artwork may have fulfilled its purpose by being removed.
Phase I includes knocking down three houses in the Cramer Hill section of the city and 61 in Whitman Park.
No tax breaks and no elimination of workers’ benefits may soon mean no more Taj Mahal Casino as union and elected leaders made their stance crystal clear Friday.
A law that went into effect in December 2013 allows for craft distilleries to obtain licenses for the purpose of promoting a new niche industry.
Attendance Normal At NJ Elementary School Since Learning Child Died After Contracting Enterovirus D-68
Hamilton Township School Superintendent James Parla says attendance was 93 percent at Yardville Elementary School on Monday, the first day students attended school after learning a classmate died of D-68.
A Congressional field hearing at Burlington County College revealed frustrations with implementing changes at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Regional Office which is accused of gross mismanagement.
No murders in the city since mid-July has new Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson really upbeat about the direction of public safety.
Crews battled a massive fire in Atlantic City overnight that damaged several buildings and displaced more than a dozen people just steps from the boardwalk and casinos.
Local Experts Say Monarch Butterflies Suffered Severe Decline In Population Due To Destroyed Natural Habitats
“There’s estimated to be a 90 percent decline in monarch populations,” says Dick Walton, director of the Monarch Monitoring Project in Cape May.