Alexandria Hoff

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Alexandria Hoff

Alexandria Hoff joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News team in March, 2015.

Hoff was most recently a reporter/anchor at WHTM-TV, the ABC station in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, since 2013. Previously, she worked as an anchor/reporter for WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Maryland from 2010-2011, where she founded the station’s Northern Virginia Bureau in Shenandoah Valley.

Hoff’s reporting earned her a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award in 2014 for Health – News Single Story or Series, “When Hashtags Hurt,” about eating disorders going viral.

A native of South Jersey, Hoff is a 2010 graduate of Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and political science. Hoff spent a semester traveling at sea in 2008 through the University of Virginia, traveling to 12 countries in less than four months. As part of that experience, she shot and produced a mini-documentary on the South African National Biodiversity Institute in Cape Town and participated in an Environmental Policy Summit in Chennai.

As the daughter of an Ocean City enthusiast and a former Phillies “Hot Pants Girl,” Hoff ‘s local roots run deep. She’s a self-described “Beatnik literature buff,” particularly Jack Kerouac, and loves old books, foreign films, surfing and hiking.

Body Of Joe Vigilante Recovered Following Bensalem Gas Station Explosion

The body of a man trapped underground has been recovered following a gas station explosion in Bensalem on Tuesday.

CBS 3–06/13/2018

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New Jersey Legislature Approves Bill Legalizing Sports Betting

The state Senate approved the bill Thursday afternoon shortly after the Assembly approved it.

CBS 3–06/07/2018

Family, Friends Gather To Remember Demolition Worker Killed In Building Collapse

As unforgiving as these walls have been, family and friends of Harvy Figgs chose 2621 W. Jefferson Street as a backdrop to illuminate his life.

CBS 3–06/06/2018

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‘Me Too’ Founder Tarana Burke Shares Journey Of A Phrase Turned Movement

At the heart of two powerful words that propelled men and women to speak up about their experiences of sexual violence is one woman, Bronx-native Tarana Burke.

CBS 3–06/05/2018

Delaware Offering Full-Scale Sports Betting Starting Tuesday Afternoon

Full-scale sports betting is coming to Delaware beginning Tuesday afternoon.

CBS 3–06/04/2018

Lehigh Valley Mall Shooting Leaves 2 Injured

Authorities say two men were injured after a shooting at the Lehigh Valley Mall on Friday evening.

CBS 3–06/01/2018

CBS3 SummerFest: Kids To Flock To YMCA Camp Ockanickon In Medford

Exploring Medford as a youth can be a fun adventure, especially when visiting YMCA Camp Ockanickon.

CBS 3–06/01/2018

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Family, Friends Continue Searching For Man Who Fell Off Boat In Delaware River

Family and friends are continuing their search for a man who fell off a boat after hitting a wake in the Delaware River.


Mysterious Booms, House-Rattling Sounds In Pennsylvania Under Investigation By FBI

Federal and local authorities are investigating mysterious booms being reported in Upper Bucks and Lehigh Counties of Pennsylvania.

CBS 3–05/22/2018

Suspect Sought After Woman Is Shot Dead In North Philadelphia

Philadelphia police are searching for a suspect after a woman is shot dead on Wednesday night.

CBS 3–05/16/2018

Severe Storm Wreaks Havoc On Delaware Valley

A double rainbow appearing in a golden sky couldn’t mask the damage caused by a storm that rushed our region on Tuesday.


Death Of Toddler Under Investigation In Camden County

Police in Camden County are investigating the death of a young child on Thursday night.

CBS 3–05/10/2018

Couple Says Philly Wedding Venue Abruptly Shut Down Weeks Before Their Big Day

Three weeks before their wedding, a couple gets a text from their wedding coordinator revealing that their dream day had unraveled. 

CBS 3–05/08/2018

‘We’re Going To Game 7’: Fans Confident Sixers Will Defy The Odds

“I knew the Sixers were so good we weren’t going to fold like this,” one fan said.

CBS 3–05/07/2018

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Police: Young Couple Found Murdered Inside Churchville Home

Their bodies were found on the second floor of the home.

CBS 3–05/01/2018

Police: Killer May Have Spied On Victim Two Days Before Radnor Murder-Suicide

Police say a neighbor in Radnor claims they saw a woman spying on a victim’s home two days before a murder-suicide.


‘He Did Not Do These Things’: Cosby Spokesperson Vows To Keep Fighting

Cosby remains out on $1 Million bail after a Montgomery County jury found him guilty of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand in 2004.


‘Please Help My Wife Find A Kidney’: Woman Using Billboard To Find Donor

A New Jersey woman is hoping a billboard will help find her a kidney donor.


Delaware County Shopping Center Dealing With Apparent Rat Infestation

Several stores have been closed as Ridley Township investigates a possible infestation.


Sixers Fever Spreading Throughout Delaware Valley As NBA Playoffs Near

Walking down the street or practicing on a court in South Philly, all the optimism for the Philadelphia 76ers seems rather contagious.

CBS 3–04/12/2018

Sixers Unveil ‘Phila Unite’ NBA Playoffs Logo

The Sixers’ “Phila Unite” logo campaign begins as they clinched their first playoff berth since 2011-12.

CBS 3–04/11/2018

$25 Million School Donation Has Stirred Up Concerns In Abington

In February, Abington Senior High School was gifted an incredible $25 million. But since then, how that money is going to be used and who decides that fact has stirred up controversy.


4 Accused Of Neglect, Stealing Thousands Following 84-Year-Old Man’s Starvation, Septic Shock Death

Authorities say the four lived rent- and utility-free for caring for Albert Weaver Sr. and stole and cashed his pension checks after his death.


Alita Johnson

Officials Reveal New Details After Family Found Dead Days After Philly Blaze

We’re starting to get some answers as to why three bodies were found in a burned out building days after the fire was extinguished in North Philadelphia. 


Cindy Mann

School Community Rallies Behind Principal After Controversial Firing

Over 100 parents of Padua Academy students in Wilmington turned out for a meeting to discuss options following the sudden firing of their beloved school principal


Villanova University Grads Keeping History Alive

It was Villanova University that brought Sheryl and Scott Reidenbach together.


Police: Vehicle Goes Airborne, Crashes Into Several Cars In School’s Parking Lot

The accident happened around 1:20 p.m. Wednesday in the 1500 block of West Chester Pike in Westtown Township.


Police: Driver Loses Control, Smashes Into Parked Cars In North Philly

One person was injured after police say a driver lost control and hit several parked cars in North Philly on Tuesday.


Nearly 24,000 Potholes Repaired In Philly Since January

Winter weather has provided a taxing two weeks for city roadways and drivers are up to their last nerve and down to their last dollar when it comes to the damage attributed to potholes. 


Maxwell Club Honors Pederson, Wentz At Atlantic City Gala

Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson’s and star quarterback Carson Wentz’s list of 2018 accomplishments just got longer.



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