The versatile Vittoria Woodill appears on Eyewitness News team as feature reporter on a variety of segments including “Taste with Tori,” a tour of the region’s great eats and the people behind them, and “CBS 3 down the Shore.”
Among her many assignments, our intrepid reporter has rappelled down a 31-story building, driven a monster truck and eaten her way through numerous food festivals. But she lists her coverage of Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia this year as the highlights of her career so far. Her live reports from her iPhone in the midst of the faithful gathered to see the Pope were some of the most memorable and spontaneous moments of CBS 3’s continuous coverage of the event.
Vittoria started her on-air career with the CBS family as a member of The CW Philly Crew in 2008. She had also worked for CBS Radio in Philadelphia. In 2013, she rejoined the station as a traffic reporter directly from cable’s Tango Traffic where she had worked since 2010.
Vittoria can also navigate the fashion world. She is the creator of “Polished for Pennies,” www.Polished4Pennies.com, a lifestyle blog that has been featured nationally on ABC’s The Revolution with style expert Tim Gunn and locally on CBS 3 and The CW Philly.
Vittoria is a former Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader. She has also served as a high school and middle school competitive cheerleading coach.
A native of Northeast Philadelphia, Vittoria is a 2009 graduate of LaSalle University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.
The U.S. Postal Service will handle millions of gifts this holiday season and plenty of letters to Santa.
Dawn Sorenson is a nurse who always puts others first, but now she is getting the supermodel treatment.
An annual holiday tradition hit Haddonfield on Friday night. It’s the kickoff of this year’s candlelight shopping.
A holiday tradition has returned to Cherry Hill. A big Christmas extravaganza is on display once again to the delight of many.
In honor of Thanksgiving, Thursday night’s Taste With Tori was seasoned with some friendly competition.
Eyewitness News was right in the middle of the 24/7 global shopping network.
A local restaurant decided to use food to see who people were voting for.
This year’s Chrysanthemum Festival, featuring more than 1,700 mums, is upon us at Longwood Gardens.
Vittoria Woodill gets an inside look at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire.
Wednesday was the grand opening of a grand gesture in West Philadelphia: EAT Café.
It’s grown even bigger since Eagles fans got wind of a new batch inspired by Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
There are eight faces in the window of Estate Boutique in Doylestown. Each photo telling a powerful story of breast cancer survival and all whom it affects.
It’s the 25th Annual Irish Fall Festival in North Wildwood and people are flocking in fashion celebrating their Celtic heritage.
Philadelphia kids came together in an effort to spread the message about keeping our water clean.
You’ve seen it on television. You’ve seen the cheers and the tears. So, does waking up to millions really happen?