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.
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 in 2015 as the highlight 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.
In this week’s Taste With Tori, our Vittoria Woodill gets a little help from her friends to give back to a single mom with three children.
Cirque du Soleil has been showcasing creative works for the past 15 years.
One of the sweetest places on earth is in Delaware County.
At Conwell Eagan Catholic High School, EAST is where ideas come to be explored.
The holiday spirit is swirling all around us and in Peddler’s Village, Earl’s New American is a place people put on their list and check it twice!
The panels are all part of what is described as the “largest ongoing piece of community folk art in the world,” the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.
Something that always has kids singing and dancing is learning about dinosaurs.
Pennsbury has been trying to literally take The Ridge for a couple years.
In Port Richmond, the phrase “go big or go home” has a whole new meaning at MoJu’s Family Pizzeria.
The masterpiece was constructed by pop-up artist Collette Fu.
The Delaware Valley area is rich with history and one of the oldest relics in the region sits at end of the one of the runways at Philadelphia International Airport.
With Halloween in the rear-view, everyone’s sights are set on the holidays, and that means it’s time for all of the most festive food and beverages.
Educators show their passion by treating the student mind like a parachute that can only function when opened.
Taste With Tori turns two years old!
Monday was a battle in the bubble as members of the media played a flag football game.
Upper Moreland students perform with class and great pride.
It’s a haunted house experience in Bridgeport, Pennsylvania.
There’s a restaurant in Bucks County with a devilish name, but don’t worry, no tricks just delicious treats.
This year, Ricci’s team is undefeated but surprisingly coach says, “Football is the least important thing we do here.”
Cold brews and hot food rule as Taste With Tori heads to Misconduct Tavern.
“They wear togas and they try to be fancy, creative and have a good time with it.”
From breakfast sandwiches, to roast beef paninis, and of course, the cheesesteak—our Vittoria Woodill gets a taste of the Eagles tailgate in this week’s Taste With Tori.
It’s like traveling to a New England seaport, but you only have to go to Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood.
At Holy Cross Academy, a Catholic high school in Riverside, New Jersey, you can see how proud they are by the flags waving at you at the entrance.
You know about the hoagie and the cheesesteak, but what about the banh mi?
Philly’s David Boreanaz gets candid about new CBS show “SEAL Team” and how he leans on his famous dad for inspiration.
The energy is high on the field of Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square, where students take their breaks from class to enjoy other activities.
In this week’s Taste With Tori we’re taking you to a family owned restaurant that really is a symbol of the American dream.
At Saint Joe’s Prep, there’s no degree of separation between the students on the football field and the students on the stage.
With the kiddos back to school, class is always in session at Forno Antico in Collegeville because this Italian restaurant is inside of an old Catholic grade-school!