Trang Do came home to join the Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in March of 2016.
The Philadelphia native had previously been an investigative reporter with WMAR-TV in Baltimore, Maryland. Trang started her professional career as a Washington, D. C, correspondent for KTVQ-TV in Billings, Montana. She has also reported and anchored in Huntsville, Alabama at WAFF-TV and in York, Pennsylvania at WPMT-TV.
The Central High School and 2006 University of Pennsylvania magna cum laude graduate worked as an intern at CBS 3 during her senior year in college. After earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and Spanish at Penn, she went on to complete a Master’s degree in journalism from the Medill School at Northwestern University.
Trang is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association. She and her husband, Kevin, make their home in the Kensington section of Philadelphia where she grew up.
On the first day of school in Philadelphia, a group of men walked with students in West Philadelphia, as part of the Million Father March happening nationwide.
Philadelphia Police say they have located a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run that killed a teenage bicyclist in Olney. They are now interviewing a person of interest.
More Red Cross volunteers from the Philadelphia area are headed south to help with Harvey relief efforts.
Fifty people are displaced and three people are hurt after a fire broke out inside a Northeast Philadelphia apartment complex early Tuesday morning.
Philadelphia Police are looking for the person responsible for a drive-by shooting in the city’s Summerdale neighborhood.
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a car accident and fire that killed one person in Quakertown.
Philadelphia police are investigating two shootings, one of them fatal, overnight in North Philadelphia.
A man is fighting for his life after someone shot him several times in the city’s Germantown section early Thursday morning.
A 16-year-old is recovering Wednesday morning after a gunman opened fire at a neighborhood barbecue overnight in Southwest Philadelphia.
Police have yet to determine whether it was an intentional act to harm police.
A 24-hour rally is underway outside Sen. Pat Toomey’s Old City office in opposition to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s newly unveiled health care bill, which he revealed Thursday.
Philadelphia police are investigating a bizarre incident overnight that resulted in a repo man towing away a minivan with a 7-year-old girl inside.
Philadelphia police are looking for two men involved in a possible abduction in the city’s East Falls section.
Authorities say an altercation between an off-duty trooper and her boyfriend ended in gunfire in Pike Creek, Delaware.
Philadelphia police are investigating an ambush shooting that left a 22-year-old man with critical injuries.
Family members identified him to CBS3 as Frank Montana.
It happened just before midnight on the 3100 block of Custer Street in Kensington.
The crowd called for change after four female students were charged in a violent brawl caught on video on May 3.
Officers Idalmi Carrasquillo and Roslyn Talley are leading the effort.
If there’s one word to describe it, it’s welcoming.
A Delaware County woman was motivated to help victims of sex trafficking after going through a traumatic experience of her own.
The final phase of closures went into effect at midnight.
Police said the suspects also narrowly missed hitting another man, who was asleep inside a nearby home.
A Camden court heard opening statements Thursdaymorning in the murder trial of D.J. Creato.
Two families are also displaced.
At least 19 people were shot this holiday weekend into Monday in Philadelphia. Four of the victims died from their injuries.
Police say a 15-year-old boy went home and told his father someone robbed him of $40 near 62nd and Market just after midnight.
Authorities say a 17-year-old is charged after he allegedly tried to rob a 7-Eleven store and then assaulted a Philadelphia Police officer the next day.
There’s lots of excitement and dread in the air, ahead of what’s shaping up to be a major March snowstorm for the Northeast.
A couple in their 70’s received a rude awakening around 1 a.m., when a car plowed into the side of their Penns Grove home.