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.
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The state Senate approved the bill Thursday afternoon shortly after the Assembly approved it.
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Full-scale sports betting is coming to Delaware beginning Tuesday afternoon.
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Federal and local authorities are investigating mysterious booms being reported in Upper Bucks and Lehigh Counties of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia police are searching for a suspect after a woman is shot dead on Wednesday night.
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Police in Camden County are investigating the death of a young child on Thursday night.
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“I knew the Sixers were so good we weren’t going to fold like this,” one fan said.
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One person was injured after police say a driver lost control and hit several parked cars in North Philly on Tuesday.
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Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson’s and star quarterback Carson Wentz’s list of 2018 accomplishments just got longer.