Steve Patterson joined CBS 3 and The CW Philly’s Eyewitness News team as a reporter in December, 2013.
Patterson came to Philadelphia from KSDK-TV in St. Louis, Missouri where he had been a reporter since 2011. He began his journalism career as a reporter for WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan, before being promoted to Holland County Bureau Chief there. Patterson covered numerous long form investigative pieces for the station including one story that led to the license removal and arrest of one of the area’s most notorious slumlords.
A native of Farmington Hills, Michigan, Patterson is a 2008 graduate of Michigan State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism. He is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Before Johnson Cemetery Memorial Park was an honored hallowed ground for fallen African American troops, it was just Johnson Park.
Witnesses say they watched the driver accelerate with no sign of breaking or slowing down.
By Steve Patterson MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa., (CBS) — “I was just terrified. I thought I was going to be dead.” When 78-year-old Nahlin Duka felt the first impact she knew she and her daughter were […]
The six officers originally suspended for arresting Freddie Gray in Baltimore are now facing charges ranging from misconduct to murder.
His dream since six years old, like his father and two brothers before him: become an Eagle Scout.
Students on the team at Thomas Edison Charter are the first National Junior High Chess Champions in Delaware.
A Monday in mourning. Back to school for students grieving the loss of classmate and friend: 15-year-old Freshman Running Back Ryan Gillyard.
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A charter school in Camden is celebrating its most accomplished graduating class yet.
Police can now see inside the parking garage where they say a 53-year-old jewelry store employee was abducted.
Eyewitness News has learned that the girlfriend of Officer Mark Hudson is in custody on charges stemming from an incident in August.
Radnor Police Lieutenant Chris Flanagan says even without knowing Wilson or his family the men and women some 20 miles away knew they wanted to help.
The accident happened months ago, but the announcement was made Tuesday.
Law enforcement officials now tell CBS 3 Eyewitness News they’ve received more than a dozen reported cases of child luring and predatory behavior.
For two years of his life, from 1948 to 1950, Martin Luther King Junior lived at a now-dilapidated home in the 700-block of Walnut Street.
Police say an Amber Alert has been canceled and three-year-old Elinor Trotta has been safely located in Massachusetts.