Jan Carabeo


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Jan Carabeo joined CBS3 Eyewitness News as a reporter in March 2014.

Before moving to Philadelphia, she was a reporter and anchor at WTIC-TV in Hartford, Connecticut, where she worked on the morning news show.

Jan has also worked in New York as a reporter at WSYR-TV in Syracuse, as well as WICZ-TV and WIVT-TV/WBGH-TV both in Binghamton.

Her reporting earned a New York Associated Press award in 2011 for Best News Series, “Gold Star Mom,” about a mother’s fight against the Department of Motor Vehicles to keep a commemorate license plate in honor of her son who died in Vietnam.

A native of Maryland, Jan graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism. She majored in journalism and minored in English language and literature.

Jan, her husband Andrew and their Russian Blue cat Riley live in Philadelphia.

Connect with Jan Carabeo on Twitter: @JanCarabeoCBS3; and on Facebook: Jan Carabeo.

Ambler Theater 35MM Film Festival Kicks Off Today

Ambler Theater 35MM Film Festival Kicks Off Today

Classic movie lovers are in for a treat in Montgomery County over the next two days.

CBS 3–04/13/2018

Game Masters Exhibition Opens Up At The Franklin Institute

Game Masters Exhibition Opens At The Franklin Institute

The Franklin Institute’s brand new exhibit takes gaming to a whole new level.


Newly Renovated Penguin Park Exhibit Opens Saturday At Adventure Aquarium

Re-opening of a year-long refurbishment, Penguin Island is home to the largest penguin colony in the Aquarium’s history. 


Waffatopia Selling Green Waffles In Honor Of Eagles Super Bowl Trip

Waffatopia Selling Green Waffles In Honor Of Eagles Super Bowl Trip

We’ve seen green bagels, and now one Conshohocken business has created what’s called the “Fly Eagles, Fly” waffle.


Good Samaritan’s Daring Rescue Saves Man’s Life After Fiery Crash On Roosevelt Expressway

The driver of the overturned mini-van was trapped and the flames were growing.


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Philadelphia Native To Star In Pennsylvania Ballet’s Rendition Of ‘The Nutcracker’

A Philly favorite returns to the stage Dec. 8 at the Academy of Music.


3 Injured After Overnight Home Fire In North Philadelphia

3 Injured After Overnight House Fire In North Philadelphia

Philly police and Philly firefighters are being credited with saving a half a dozen people from a burning row home in North Philadelphia Friday morning.


Pianist Celebrates 45 Seasons With Pennsylvania Ballet

Pianist Celebrates 45 Seasons With Pennsylvania Ballet

The Pennsylvania Ballet opens its new season Thursday at the Academy of Music with a performance of The Sleeping Beauty. As the artists prepare, the company is also celebrating a huge milestone for its longest tenured member.


Philly Food Cart Helping In Local Fight Against Hunger

Philly Food Cart Helping In Local Fight Against Hunger

It’s a food cart on a mission. Not only to fill bellies at lunch during the work week or at tailgates on weekends, but also to help put a dent in Philadelphia’s hunger problem.


Philabundance Helping Senior Community With Pantry Boxes

Philabundance Helping Senior Community With Pantry Boxes

The numbers are striking. One in five people in the Philadelphia area does not know where his or her next meal is coming from, according to a new report by Feeding America.


SummerFest Heads To Cape May County Zoo

SummerFest Heads To Cape May County Zoo

Just miles away from Cape May is one of the best zoos in the country — and it’s free.


Local Family Revives Philly Classic Horn & Hardot Coffee

Local Family Revives Philly Classic Horn & Hardart Coffee

It’s a Philly classic that’s making a comeback. To do it, the brand is going back to basics.


Cosmo DiNardo

Cosmo DiNardo’s Parents Subpoenaed To Appear Before Grand Jury

High-profile attorney Fortunato Perri Jr., who is representing the DiNardo parents, had no comment for the gaggle of reporters and photographers waiting for him.


Summerfest: Philadelphia's Magic Gardens And The Dream Garden

Summerfest: Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens And The Dream Garden

Tucked away inside “The Curtis” on 6th Street, opposite Washington Square, is The Dream Garden. 


Summerfest: PECO Green Roof

Summerfest: PECO Green Roof

The PECO Green Roof captures more than 70 percent of rainwater that falls during the growing season: an estimated 1.6 million gallons a year.


Summerfest Makes A Stop At The Grand Opera House In Wilmington

Summerfest Makes A Stop At The Grand Opera House In Wilmington

Along a two block stretch in Wilmington, Delaware there are three performance venues boasting 200,000 square feet of program space.


Dancer Who Has Spent Decades With PA Ballet Is Retiring

It’s the end of an era at the Pennsylvania Ballet.


High-Tech Piece Of Equipment Generating Buzz At Villanova

The technology is called CAVE, and it allows students at Villanova to travel the country, the world, even outer space.


Some Clinics Offering Free Eye Exams For Service Animals

To qualify, service animals must be active working animals that were certified by a formal training program or organization.


Cops: Man Found Shot, Run Over In Overbrook

The driver said he pulled over into a driveway to look what was under his car and discovered it was actually a body.


Hungry Harvest Aims to Reduce Waste By Rescuing Ugly Fruits

It’s called ugly produce, and a lot of the time it ends up in the garbage even though it’s perfectly good to eat. But now, one company is rescuing ugly fruits and vegetables with the goal of reducing waste and feeding the hungry.


Celebrating Success: CBS’s ‘Blue Bloods’ Reaches Major TV Milestone

Stars from the CBS’s hit show “Blue Bloods” chat about their success as a they reach a major TV milestone.


Philly Pops Team Up To Pay Tribute To One Of The Beatles’ Most Popular Albums

Beatlemania is about take over Philadelphia.


Hundreds Of Students March In Philly For Women’s Rights

The march is meant to bring awareness to and advocate for the passage of the equal rights amendment.


Dancers From Across The World Bring Pennsylvania Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ To Life

It’s a big night for the Pennsylvania Ballet as George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker” returns to the Academy of Music.


Family of Boy Gunned Down In Mayfair: ‘Please Turn Yourself In’

Philadelphia police have identified the teen who was shot and killed in the Mayfair section of the city last night.


Philly Police Officers Hailed Heroes for Saving Family In Burning Frankford Home

A Philadelphia Police officer is being hailed a hero after a man said he jumped into action when his home went up in flames on Tuesday morning.


Temple U. Stepping Up Police Presence After Attacks On Students

Another man says his brother was repeatedly kicked in the face and lost a tooth.


Former Attorney General Kathleen Kane Faces Sentencing

The sentence could range from probation to a maximum sentence of 12 to 24 years in prison.



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