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.
Two Good Samaritans jumped into action.
A rash of car, shed and home break-ins in Washington Township, New Jersey has police issuing a warning to residents.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the ATF 24/7 hotline at 1-888-ATF-FIRE (1-888-283-3473) or email at: ATFTips@atf.gov.
Federal authorities say three people were charged Tuesday by indictment.
Police say a man died Monday night following a stabbing in Wilmington, Delaware.
Faculty and students are mourning the loss of a fellow teacher and classmate at a Burlington County middle school.
A NJ man is accused of trying to lure a young girl while leaning into her bedroom window.
One month from Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia and the city still has plenty of room for visitors making the pilgrimage.
Signs of life are everywhere on Drexel’s campus as Fall session is just about to get started and with a warning from campus police.
Drivers in New Jersey are getting a break on gas, with some places offering gas at less than $2 a gallon.
The event was sponsored by the Camden County Police Department who came out Friday night to meet their community.
The American flag now flies over the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years. In Philadelphia, the move has offered hope to those with loved ones in the country.
The robot will be called the PhillyLoveBOT and instead of hitchhiking, it will have another method of transportation.
Police say it happened in Bristol Borough, Bucks County.
A public forum was held Tuesday night over plans for a waste treatment plant in Bucks County.