Diana Rocco joined the Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in February, 2012.
Before coming to Philadelphia, Rocco was most recently reporting for WHDH-TV in Boston since October, 2011. Previously, she was a reporter for CNN Newsource in Washington, DC and WNYW-TV in New York, in addition to working at WFXT-TV in Boston and WFSB in Hartford, Connecticut.
She began her broadcasting career at News 12 The Bronx as an anchor/reporter in 2002. In 2006, Rocco received an award from the Associated Press for her live crime coverage in Hartford.
Rocco is a graduate of Syracuse University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism and political science.
A native of New Jersey, she spent most of her childhood years in Connecticut. In her spare time, she enjoys skiing, Pilates, and yoga.
A woman injured in a deadly carjacking and crash in North Philadelphia remembers the young victims and talks about the horrifying ordeal.
Neighbors paint a picture of a woman who loved her job and was dedicated to it.
The couple’s daughter, checking on her parents Thursday morning, found them dead in their living room on North Spangler Street.
Police say as many as seven homes have been hit and there were numerous other failed attempts throughout June and July in Collegeville, Royersford and Phoenixville.
As Eyewitness News reporter Diana Rocco reports, trash already makes its way from the Big Apple to the Covanta facility on Highland Avenue and residents fear there could be more down the road.
More than 100 women received one-on-one time with established entrepreneurs at the Rittenhouse Hotel Tuesday.
It happened at Route 130 and Riverton Road in Cinnaminson Friday afternoon.
Our smartphones are not only tracking us, but helping us track others.
A horrifying scene caught on cell phone video at the Berkshire Mall in Wyomissing Thursday as the skylights shatter.
Police in Easton are looking for a man who they say grabbed a jogger from behind and punched her.
In both cases police say the children were approached by one or two men driving a white car and telling them to get inside.
Authorities say that Fatima Perez, 41, was found asphyxiated to death.
A young cancer survivor who defied the odds on and off the baseball field is now giving back.
It happened around 3 p.m. Monday on the 200 block of Bellevue Avenue.
Briaheem had been hit in the leg with one of at least eight bullets that came from a semi-automatic handgun on the 500 block of Van Kirk Street just after 9 p.m. Friday.