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.
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.
Tucked away inside “The Curtis” on 6th Street, opposite Washington Square, is The Dream Garden.
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.
Along a two block stretch in Wilmington, Delaware there are three performance venues boasting 200,000 square feet of program space.
It’s the end of an era at the Pennsylvania Ballet.
The technology is called CAVE, and it allows students at Villanova to travel the country, the world, even outer space.
He has been identified as Burgon Sealy.
To qualify, service animals must be active working animals that were certified by a formal training program or organization.
The driver said he pulled over into a driveway to look what was under his car and discovered it was actually a body.
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.
Stars from the CBS’s hit show “Blue Bloods” chat about their success as a they reach a major TV milestone.
Beatlemania is about take over Philadelphia.
The march is meant to bring awareness to and advocate for the passage of the equal rights amendment.
It’s a big night for the Pennsylvania Ballet as George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker” returns to the Academy of Music.
Philadelphia police have identified the teen who was shot and killed in the Mayfair section of the city last night.
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.
Another man says his brother was repeatedly kicked in the face and lost a tooth.
The sentence could range from probation to a maximum sentence of 12 to 24 years in prison.
The Susan G. Komen 3-Day is now underway in the Delaware Valley.
A fire broke out in a row home on the corner of Broad and Pike streets just before 1:30 a.m.
Many passengers reported the train did not slow down before barreling into the station.
Investigators say the accident happened around 2 a.m. at the intersection of Cobbs Creek and Christian Street.
Authorities followed a trail that led them to the striking vehicle.
They say they are now looking into whether more people are involved.
Last Friday, Esther woke up to a swastika sprayed onto her trash can.
Megan Gibson is the mastermind of PB And Jams, Philadelphia’s nut butter company.
At the age of 77, one Delaware County woman has found herself a new career.
It’s the fourth year for the summertime oasis, but this year features new attractions.
Philadelphia’s Museum of the American Revolution doesn’t open until next spring, but the move-in date is fast approaching.
It was a typical Friday night at Eat’n Park in Homestead, Allegheny County, or so the four officers thought.