Stephanie Ballesteros joined the CBS Philly digital team in February 2017 as a Digital Content Producer.
Stephanie covers breaking news, feature and lifestyle content. She also produces content for the CBS Philly social media pages.
Stephanie is a native of South Florida and attended the University of Florida, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism. Go Gators!
Throughout college, Stephanie worked at the student-run TV station on campus, WUFT-TV. She was also a reporter/producer for the university’s Spanish radio program, AM850 Noticias en Español.
Prior to moving to Philadelphia, Stephanie was a web producer at WAVY, the NBC station in Hampton Roads, Virginia and at WSVN, the FOX station in Miami, where she began her career in news.
Stephanie is proud to call Philly home. When she’s not in the newsroom, you can find her exploring the city.
You can email her news tips and story ideas at Ballesteros@cbsphilly.com
An inspiring story out of Chester County, after officers stop to help an 84-year-old man on his way to deliver food to a homeless shelter.
A community in Quakertown is coming together to show their support after a young boy loses his life in a tragic accident.
A teenager in New Jersey needs your help in locating a customer she says left a very generous tip.
A little boy’s family in Gloucester County is asking mourners to dress as superheroes as they say their last goodbyes.
A former Lehigh County teacher is accused of having inappropriate contact with at least three underage students.
Police say the noose was found on a tree near 18th and Lombard Streets.
Two people were injured after a tractor-trailer collided with a car in Evesham Township, Thursday morning.
A former West Chester football coach has been charged with sexually assaulting three juveniles.
An overturned tractor-trailer in New Castle County caused major delays on I-95 during the morning commute Wednesday.
A Wildwood Police officer is on desk duty after a video surfaced on social media showing the officer punching a man.
A cab driver was shot during a robbery in the Philadelphia’s Fairmount section, say police.
Philadelphia police are investigating after a man was physically assaulted and robbed Wednesday night.
Police in Wilmington are searching for a motorcyclist accused of striking a child and fleeing.
The husband of murdered New Jersey radio host April Kauffman has been arrested after a search warrant was served at his Egg Harbor Township business, Tuesday morning.
Philadelphia police say a minivan jumped the curb in Center City and struck two pedestrians, Tuesday.
The northbound lanes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike are closed after an accident involving a tractor-trailer Monday.
Philadelphia police are investigating after a body was found in the Schuylkill River, Friday afternoon.
Authorities say the men stole more than $50,000 from various financial institutions, including the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union.
A runaway mini horse caused a backup on the Bethlehem Pike in Springfield Township after escaping from its owners on Monday morning.
A driver is dead after crashing into a tree on New Jersey Route 55, Friday morning.
A tractor-trailer carrying butane sparked on fire Thursday morning, causing two other tractor-trailers and nearby buildings to catch on fire.
Police in Bucks County say they have received several phone calls Thursday morning regarding a bear sighting in Doylestown.
The councilman’s office is asking for the public’s help on information regarding the stabbing and robbery of Philadelphia Councilman David Oh.
Philly has ranked as the second burger-loving city in the U.S.
A man wearing a Make America Great Again hat disrupted and delayed a United flight bound for Newark on Sunday.
The numbers are in – Americans have voted Wegmans and Publix as their favorite grocery stores.
Enjoy a night of wine and dogs every Wednesday this month.
Constantly posting selfies on social media can imply you’re confident and happy with the way you look, but according to a new study, those selfies can actually be hurting your love life.
A veterinarian in Colorado is using music to calm down nervous and anxious animals.
This isn’t your ordinary story of citizen pays for an officer’s food to thank them for their service, there’s a little more to this story.