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.
Drugs, violence, murder are common coverage topics for the media in Chester. Worse, they can be common sights for kids in neighborhoods worn and left to rot.
Local basketball fans gathered to watch the NBA punish Donald Sterling and denounce his racist comments in the strongest terms.
The Eagles Youth Partnership event put Eagles next to young eagles fans in rehabilitating Prince Hall Elementary.
Anywhere else and you may never know its National Pretzel Day. But, of course, this is Philly, so all you have to do is ask around.
Anywhere else and you may not know that Saturday is National Pretzel Day. But this is Philadelphia.
“The Navy Yard is really a microcosm of what’s happening and can happen all across this city.”
The pain of a single day, a beloved father and husband murdered, turned to a year of agony after 365 days without justice.
That’s why in 2012 the city planning commission unanimously approved a “Master Plan for the Central Delaware.” A complete road map for transforming the area into a beautified economic hub including new parks, penthouses, attractions, trails and…an auto repair joint?
Dozens of leaders from municipalities from all over New Jersey standing with Governor Christie on the steps of the Trenton War Memorial.
A Chester County mother wants answers after her son’s lunch is taken away. But the school district is standing its ground.
Licenses and Inspections Commissioner Carlton Williams gave CBS3 an exclusive tour of recently marked and demolished buildings.
His theory: Every theory is valid, including the possibility that the plane (and its 239 passengers) is safely stored on land.
Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections is investigating a partial building collapse in Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion neighborhood.
Philadelphia Police have charged a suspect in the attempted abduction of a nine-year-old girl in Hunting Park Thursday night.
Stranded commuters near the Second Street Pike overpass were shocked to look up and see Good Samaritans coming from all directions bringing pizza, burgers, pretzels, water, even chocolate.