Jenn Bernstein joined CBS 3 and The CW Philly as a general assignment reporter in July, 2012.
Before coming to Philadelphia, Bernstein had been reporting for FOX CT in Hartford, Connecticut since May, 2010. Previously, she was a reporter and fill-in anchor for YNN in Buffalo, New York.
Bernstein began her broadcasting career at Capital News 9 in Albany, New York as an associate producer, assignment editor and traffic reporter in 2007. She later went on to work as a video producer there for Capital Tonight, a statewide political program providing the most comprehensive coverage of the news from the State Capitol, the campaign trail and across the Empire State.
Bernstein is a graduate of Union College where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. A native of Connecticut, she now resides in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia firefighters faced extreme cold conditions while responding to several fire calls Thursday night and Friday morning.
Philadelphia police say they have two people of interest in custody in connection with the shooting death of a woman in the Northern Liberties section of the city.
It was an intense few moments at the APlus Sunoco at the intersection of Queen and Green Lane in Germantown around 12:30 Friday morning.
George Subah felt enormous relief Thursday morning when he found his cat Maverick alive after a late night fire ripped through the building where his store is located.
At 4 a.m., it was six degrees, but with the wind chill, the temperature felt like negative fourteen.
On the first morning hours of 2014, the Quaker City String Band’s clubhouse came to life.
Parishioners celebrated sunrise Christmas mass at Saint Pius X Church in Broomall Wednesday morning.
Cleanup crews got back into action after a water main break flooded a neighborhood in Northeast Philadelphia.
Holiday shoppers were waiting when the Macy’s at Cherry Hill Mall opened its doors at 7 a.m. Friday morning.
Mall leaders said the early offers were created to accommodate increased consumer demand and busy holiday schedules.
“This is the morning we were not hoping for but predicted, that we were going to have some weather-related delays,” said Airport Spokesperson Victoria Lupica.
They can be deadly distractions — smart phones, GPS, a car full of friends. Add to that inexperience, and you’ve got the potential for a teen car crash.
Police believe two bank robberies which happened within the last week — one in Phoenixville and another in Bala Cynwyd — may be related.
The PSPCA is asking for your help identifying two men who officials believe set a cat on fire Sunday.
Investigators from Lower Township, Cape May County, and the State of New Jersey sorted through what’s left of a home on East Atlantic Avenue on Friday morning.