Trang Do

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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.

Dr. Joli Chou, MD, DMD of Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia-Based Oral Surgeon Is Transforming Faces And Lives

Philadelphia-Based Oral Surgeon Is Transforming Faces And Lives

For the past six years, Dr. Joli Chou, MD, DMD of Jefferson University Hospital has donated two weeks a year to Mercy Ships.


Woman Pistol-Whipped In Feltonville Home Invasion

Police: Home Invasion Suspect Breaks Into 2 Apartments, Several Shots Fired

Philadelphia police are searching for a man who broke into two apartments early Wednesday morning and pistol-whipped and terrorized a man and a woman inside.


Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Unveil More Details On Royal Wedding

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Unveil More Details On Royal Wedding

Kensington Palace released new details Monday on Prince Harry’s upcoming wedding to American actress Meghan Markle.


Eagles Fans Can’t Wait To Get Super Bowl Championship Gear

Fans across the region ready to sport Super Bowl Championship gear with Eagles on it!


South Jersey Musicians Create Their Own Eagles Fight Song

South Jersey Musicians Create Their Own Eagles Fight Song

The Eagles have had quite the inspirational run so far. Their unexpected season has fans singing their praises. For two South Jersey musicians, it’s their own original Eagles tribute song.


PATCO Trains Remain On Modified Service 1 Day After Accident

PATCO trains will continue to operate on a modified schedule for the evening rush, after a train hit a utility pole during Monday morning’s commute.


1 Killed In Philadelphia's 3rd Fatal Fire This Year 

1 Killed In West Philadelphia Fire

One person has died after a house fire in the Belmont section of West Philadelphia Monday morning.


4 Injured, Including Firefighter After 2-Alarm Blaze Destroys Delanco Home

Four people were injured, including one firefighter after a house goes up in flames on Friday morning.


Estimated 1.2 Million In Philadelphia Area Will Travel 50 Miles Or More During The Holidays

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Overhead Traffic Sign Falls Overnight, Affecting Traffic On I-95

Officials say all lanes have reopened Wednesday morning in both directions on I-95 in Bucks County after a traffic sign issue.


Man Critically Injured After Shooting Outside Kensington Corner Store

2 Injured After Shooting Outside Kensington Corner Store

Two people are hurt after gunfire erupted outside of a corner grocery store in Kensington.


Man Shot Dead Following Argument Near Drexel University

Police: Man Charged With Murder After Intervening In College Couple’s Fight

A man is now facing murder charges after police say he attempted to intervene when he saw a college couple arguing.


2 Armed Robbery Suspects Arrested After Stopping For Gas At Montco Wawa

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Officer, Neighbor Rescue Family From Burning Row Home In Germantown

A Philadelphia police officer is being credited with helping a family of six get out of their burning home in Germantown early Tuesday morning.


iPhone X Goes On Sale Around The World

iPhone X Goes On Sale, Bringing Out Apple Super Fans

It’s the day Apple fans around the world have been waiting for, the highly anticipated launch of the iPhone X.


Police: Woman's Body Found Inside Trash Bag

Woman’s Body Found Inside Trash Bag

Philadelphia police are investigating after finding a woman’s body inside a trash bag in the city’s Tioga section.


1 Injured In Three-Alarm Apartment Fire In Cherry Hill

1 Injured In Three-Alarm Apartment Fire In Cherry Hill

Flames erupted at an apartment building in Cherry Hill sending one person to the hospital.


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Show Your Stripes: ‘We Can’t Wear Their Illnesses But We Can Wear This Silly Stuff’

Friday is Show your Stripes Day, a day that marks the founding of the very first Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia 43 years ago.


Witnesses Of Las Vegas Massacre Return Home To Philadelphia Area

People from the Philadelphia area continue to return home from Las Vegas, some of them witnesses to the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.


Local Male Role Models Join The Million Father March On First Day Of School

Local Male Role Models Join The Million Father March On First Day Of School

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.


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19-Year-Old Bicyclist Killed In Hit-And-Run In Olney, Suspect Vehicle Recovered

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.


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More Red Cross volunteers from the Philadelphia area are headed south to help with Harvey relief efforts. 


3 Injured, 50 Displaced In Northeast Philadelphia Apartment Fire

3 Injured, 50 Displaced In Northeast Philadelphia Apartment Fire

Fifty people are displaced and three people are hurt after a fire broke out inside a Northeast Philadelphia apartment complex early Tuesday morning.


Police Investigating Drive-By Shooting In Summerdale

Police Investigating Drive-By Shooting In Summerdale

Philadelphia Police are looking for the person responsible for a drive-by shooting in the city’s Summerdale neighborhood. 


Driver Dies In Fiery Crash At Quakertown Pool Business

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a car accident and fire that killed one person in Quakertown.


overnight shooting in north philadelphia

Police Investigate Overnight Shootings In North Philadelphia

Philadelphia police are investigating two shootings, one of them fatal, overnight in North Philadelphia. 


Officials To Address Recent Gun Violence In Germantown

Man In Critical Condition After Shooting In Germantown; Officials To Address Recent Gun Violence

A man is fighting for his life after someone shot him several times in the city’s Germantown section early Thursday morning.


Diamond Whitaker 16-Year-Old Shot Multiple Times In Southwest Philadelphia

16-Year-Old Girl Shot Multiple Times In Southwest Philadelphia

A 16-year-old is recovering Wednesday morning after a gunman opened fire at a neighborhood barbecue overnight in Southwest Philadelphia.


Harrowgate crime scene

Police Searching For Driver Who Sped Through Crime Scene, Nearly Hitting Several Officers

Police have yet to determine whether it was an intentional act to harm police.


24-Hour Rally Underway Outside Sen. Toomey's Office To Protest Health Care Bill

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