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David Spunt

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David Spunt joined the CBS3 Eyewitness News team as a reporter in 2014.

Spunt came to Philadelphia from WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina where he was been a reporter since 2012. Previously, he was a reporter for WAFB in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for breaking news coverage and was also recognized by the Louisiana Associated Press Association for story of the year. He has also worked as a reporter for WRBL in Columbus, Georgia in addition to working in public radio.

Spunt was a production assistant for The CBS Evening News earlier in his career.

A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Spunt grew up in Columbus, Ohio and is a 2007 graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and political science.

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Police Continue To Look For Killer In Maple Shade Double Murder

A Maple Shade man is expected to attend the funeral of his wife and young son in India, and Burlington County authorities say there are no restrictions on his travel.

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Philadelphia District Attorney Candidates Debate In Chestnut Hill

Eight candidates, seven Democrats and one Republican, sat on stage in front of a packed crowd at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Thursday night.

03/23/2017

Exclusive: Archaeologists Begin Work On Remains Discovered In Old City

Archaeologists at Rutgers University in Camden are busy at work, cleaning and cataloguing hundreds of remains discovered at a construction site in Old City earlier this month.

03/20/2017

Museum Of American Revolution Set To Open Next Month

In less than a month, a museum celebrating America’s war for independence is set to open in the heart of Philadelphia.

03/20/2017

Ben Franklin letter

Philly St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations Predate America’s Founding

Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day celebrations began in 1771, five years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

03/17/2017

Allentown Digging Out From Heavy Snow

Snow fell on the streets of Allentown for almost 20 hours, picking up at times with periods of relief.

03/14/2017

Exclusive: Tour Of Forensics Lab Housing 1700s Remains Found At Construction Site

Archaeology crews from Rutgers University were for a second day in a row at the recently discovered burial site in Old City Friday, despite the snow and poor weather conditions.

03/10/2017

7-Year-Old Honored For Saving His Mother’s Life

Burlington County officials presented a 7-year-old with a proclamation Wednesday night after he saved his mother’s life.

03/08/2017

Funding for Penn’s Landing Park Project Just Shy of $10M

A $225 million project that aims to connect the Philadelphia to the river’s edge is closer to becoming a reality.

03/02/2017

Trump: ‘The Time for Small Thinking Is Over’

He’s expected to make the case for a budget that boosts defense spending and slashes funding for agencies.

02/28/2017

Bucks County Nurse Accused Of Secretly Videotaping Patients

Investigators say James Close, a nurse at Penn Medicine Dermatology in Lower Makefield Township, videotaped eight female patients while they undressed.

02/27/2017

Philadelphia Muslim Man Donates More Than $100K To Jewish Cemetery After Headstones Vandalized

A Muslim man in Philadelphia has raised $120,000 to help repair headstones vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Missouri earlier this week.

02/23/2017

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Commuters Frustrated Following SEPTA’s Train Crash

Commuters were back to the rush hour grind in Center City, just hours after two SEPTA trains collided on a loop just beyond the 69th Street stop in Upper Darby.

02/21/2017

Authorities Investigate Two Cases Of Rappelling Burglars

Police in Hatboro are hoping surveillance video helps them chase down a suspect who burglarized a local business by breaking in through the roof and rappelling down inside.

02/20/2017

Famous Ringling Bros. Circus Visits Philadelphia One Last Time, Greeted By Protests

Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey will be here through the weekend for the final time after years of controversy.

02/16/2017

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