Philadelphia’s own Nicole Brewer answers your Good Question every night at 11p.m. on Eyewitness News.
Nicole joined CBS 3 in April, 2008 as local television’s first digital journalist, reporting primarily for CBSPhilly.com. She was later promoted to anchor for the weekend morning newscasts on CBS 3. In addition to Good Question, Brewer continues to serve as back up anchor for the station.
Before joining CBS 3, Nicole had been a feature reporter and producer for the nightly news magazine Tempo at WLVT, the PBS station in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. While there, she helped write, produce and report on “Kids and Gangs: A Tempo Special Report,” which won a 2008 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award. She was also recognized by the Associated Press in 2009 for her feature, “Parents on Facebook.”
A former Miss Pennsylvania 2005, Nicole competed in the Miss America Pageant in January, 2006 placing as a top ten semi-finalist. She attended Millersville University, graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in speech communications.
A native of Philadelphia, Nicole grew up in the Overbook section of the city. Active in the community, she focuses her volunteer efforts on causes dealing with today’s youth. She serves on the board of Teencentral.net, the internet leader in teen crisis counseling.
Nicole, her husband and their son make their home in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
A fast moving fire in Coatesville, Chester County has claimed the lives of a mother and her young son.
St. James Regional Catholic School, Made Up Of Students From 2 Closed Catholic Schools, Opens Its Doors
With joyful songs and the bishop’s blessing, Saint James Regional Catholic School opened its doors on Wednesday morning, marking a new era for the Archdiocese.
It’s been described as a movie within a book within a story, but our Nicole Brewer got an inside look at “The Words,” when she sat down with the star (and executive producer) of the film Bradley Cooper, as well as the writers and directors Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal.
An open heart led an elderly woman to open her door, which in turn opened her up to a brutal attack.
From learning Hebrew to reciting the Torah, 12-year-old Kelsey Hirsch may seem ready for her Bat Mitzvah, but she’s got a few more bracelets to sell.
NCAA President Mark Emmert outlined Penn State’s punishment, but the public also had plenty to say.
When 18-year-old Maxwell Koder stepped up for his country, his brothers Brandon and Michael weren’t far behind.
A baby girl was spared, but her father was shot several times inside his black Nissan Altima, which was parked at the corner of 4th and Jefferson Streets shortly before 10 a.m.
As the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers heads into day three of its second strike this year, the union contends with more than an expired contract.
Just because you deleted a picture doesn’t mean it’s gone. An investigation by technology website Ars Technica reveals that deleted photos on Facebook actually remain on network servers.
Users are head over heels for Pinterest, a two-year-old social bookmarking site that lets users collect and share ideas via virtual pin boards.
27-percent of Philadelphians live below the poverty line. It’s a number that has risen four percent in the last 10 years, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report, released today.
Outside Trenton Police headquarters, there were signs of the station’s largest layoff . Rows of shoes… as 105 police officers “got the boot.”
As the wife of a sergeant in the United States Army, Melissa Weidenborner has compiled a bucket list of 100 things to do before her husband returns from his deployment in Iraq.
From balloons and blooms to love you can taste, at Penny’s Flowers in Glenside, Pennsylvania, preparing for Valentine’s Day can be a bit hectic.