Greg Argos joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in August, 2015.
A New Jersey native who grew up in Dover, Delaware, Argos came to CBS 3 from KPHO-TV in Phoenix where he had been a reporter and back up anchor since 2012. Previously, he was a reporter at WCNC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina and WMBF-TV in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Argos began his career as a freelance photojournalist and assignment editor at New York 1 cable news in Manhattan in 2007 where his most memorable story was covering the Papal Mass of Pope Benedict XVI at Yankee Stadium in 2008. Argos returned home just in time to cover Pope Francis’ historic visit to Philadelphia in 2015.
Along the way, Argos has earned three regional Emmy Awards and three Associated Press Awards for his reporting. He is a 2008 graduate of New York University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism and political science. Argos, who is of Greek heritage, minored in Hellenic studies.
Fun Fact: Argos and Anchor Ukee Washington are both alumni of Dover High School. In his spare time, Argos likes to work out, explore Philly’s great restaurant scene (Gyro suggestions welcomed!) and read.
Eagles fans love their team and they love their food. This weekend there will be plenty of ways to enjoy both.
Hundreds gathered to remember an 11-year Philadelphia Fire Department veteran who lost his life fighting a fire on Saturday.
The drip-drop of the melting snow is music to many Philadelphians’ ears unless you’re associate professor Alain Plante.
The ingredients are coming together again as the area’s next winter storm inches closer.
Hundreds of people are at the Philadelphia International Airport to see family and loved ones.
Police say the 85-year-old victim was found with multiple stab wounds in the 5300 block of Addison Street around 2:30 p.m.
Amtrak has said the rails where the deadly Washington crash occurred did not have PTC activated.
Dozens of Toyota Tundras rumbled through Philadelphia Friday morning with one mission in mind: delivering meals to the hungry.
Grieving families are pleading for change as Philadelphia reaches a grim milestone of 300 people murdered this year.
Little-Known Philadelphia Ordinance Restricts Number Of Fresh-Cut Christmas Trees In Apartment Buildings, Homes
If you live in Philadelphia, make sure you’re actually allowed to have a fresh-cut tree inside your home.
An officer in New Jersey was able to capture a rare event that lit up the sky.
It happened at Aloysius L. FitzPatrick Elementary School in the city’s Chalfont neighborhood.
Students at one Philly high school are making “jawn” ornaments for the holiday season.
‘This Is Corrective Advertising’: Big Tobacco Forced By Court To Advertise Deadly Effects Of Smoking
Big tobacco companies haven’t paid for television ads since 1971, but that will all change this weekend when a court-mandated television commercial hits the airwaves.
Women across the country are speaking out after they say they were sexually assaulted by therapists at a popular massage chain.
The surveillance video shows what investigators say is an Asian man walking southbound on 3rd Street near Callowhill Street.
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There have been 14 inspections with safety violations over the past 11 years.
New charges have been filed against Penn State fraternity brothers after deleted video was recovered following the death of a pledge.
Four Philadelphia Police officers were injured in a crash on Friday morning,
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Now just a big white box, the Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House was a city landmark in the gilded age of the 1920s and 1930s.
The victim of a deadly road rage shooting in Allentown has been identified.
The entire incident unfolded in broad daylight on a busy city street on Tuesday, Oct. 24, around 4:30 p.m.
Police say Sal DiNubile and Caleer Miller, both 16, were shot and killed during an altercation between two groups of teenagers on Tuesday night.
Police say an altercation between two groups of teens escalated when someone pulled out a gun.
Temple Professor George Diemer studies odds and the sports gambling markets and he broke down the Eagles’ chances.
Registration stickers in Pennsylvania are a thing of the past.
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