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.

Eagles Catching On As ‘America’s Team’ As City Grabs Tourism Attention

Not only did the Philadelphia Eagles secure a conference title this weekend, they may have also taken a coveted title away from the Dallas Cowboys.

01/22/2018

Police: 2 Suspects In Custody Following I-95 Stolen Car Chase

Officials tell CBS3 that Chester Township police were tracking a stolen vehicle when a pursuit ensued.

01/18/2018

Philly Woman Taking Vintage Eagles Material And Giving It New Life

Fellow female Eagles fans have been rushing to get Styer’s one-of-a-kind styles ahead of Sunday’s NFC Championship game. 

01/17/2018

From Special Pizza, To Tattoos, Businesses Are Ready For Eagles Fans

Step inside Pimp My Tee on 4th Street and they are busy with dozens of custom orders for Eagles gear.

01/16/2018

‘I Thought A Bomb Blew Up Outside’: 2 Injured After Flatbed Truck Crashes Into Home

A two-vehicle accident caused a flatbed truck to crash into a home in Salem County on Monday afternoon.

01/15/2018

Adorable! 2-Year-Old Melting The Internet’s Heart With Eagles Fight Song

Shailyn has become a viral sensation after an adorable video of her singing the entire Eagles fight song was uploaded to social media. 

01/12/2018

James Kauffman

James Kauffman’s Co-Defendant Allegedly Plotted To Kill Him, Atty Says

A New Jersey doctor accused of having his wife killed to protect an illegal prescription drug ring he was running with an outlaw biker gang has been moved to a different jail nearly 100 miles away due to an alleged plot by a co-defendant to kill him.

01/11/2018

The Swab Test: Amount Of Bacteria On Touchscreens May Surprise You

What kind of germs could we be gobbling up using touchscreens?

01/05/2018

Philadelphia Considering Postponing Mummers Parade Due To Bitter Cold

The bitter cold in our area might have you scrapping some outdoor plans, and now it may be making a change to your New Year’s Day.

12/28/2017

PECO: Some Customers Still Without Power After High Winds On Christmas

It’s not clear how long it will take for the remaining homes and businesses to get their power back.

CBS 3–12/25/2017

Prominent Philly Attorney Claims Court Officers Fractured His Shoulder After Slamming Him To Floor

A Philadelphia lawyer is suing a group of court officers for allegedly fracturing his shoulder and slamming him on the floor during what he says was a wrongful arrest.

12/19/2017

Bad Luck? Woman’s Holiday Decorations Stolen For Third Year In A Row

Police in Philadelphia are searching for a person caught on video removing a resident’s Christmas decorations.

12/18/2017

Community Outrage Grows As Animals Living In Deplorable Conditions Disappear

The living conditions of three Philadelphia dogs and several rabbits has sparked community outrage since the summer of 2016 has now led to the animals disappearing early Monday.

12/11/2017

bitcoin

Bitcoin Surges Above $14,000 For The First Time

The value of cyber-currency Bitcoin has broken two record highs in less than 24 hours.

12/06/2017

Rowers Rescue 61-Year-Old Woman After Car Plunges Into Schuylkill River

A group of rowers and their coach are being hailed as heroes after they rescued a woman who was submerged in her car in the Schuylkill River on Tuesday evening.

12/05/2017

Hundreds Of Churchgoers Participate In Active Shooter Training Seminar

Churchgoers in New Jersey participate in an active shooter training seminar.

12/04/2017

Police Searching For ‘Grinch’ Caught On Video Stealing Christmas Decorations

Police are searching for a “Grinch” who was caught on video stealing a home owner’s Christmas decorations.

12/01/2017

Jess Kurtz

Driver In Deadly Hit-And-Run Moved Teens Off Road Before Fleeing: Police

Police tell CBS3 that the woman died from her injuries on Tuesday night.

11/28/2017

Jess Kurtz

Driver In Deadly Hit-And-Run Moved Teens Off Road Before Fleeing: Police

Police tell CBS3 that the woman died from her injuries on Tuesday night.

11/27/2017

Officials: Driver Intentionally Strikes 3 West Chester University Students Waiting For Bus

West Chester University says two students were struck by a vehicle while waiting for the bus, Monday morning.

11/06/2017

Police Testing Brownies Served At Pep Rally After Students Get Sick

Authorities in Radnor Township are testing brownies served at a pep rally after some students fall ill.

11/03/2017

St. Francis Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center

Agents Raid Delaware County Nursing Home

In August, complaints prompted an inspection by the state with a report concluding that the facility had a “pattern” of mistreatment. 

11/01/2017

Philadelphia Police On Alert Following New York Terror Attack

Police in Philadelphia are on alert following the terror attack in New York City.

10/31/2017

Sal DiNubile + Caleer Miller

Philly Police Name Person Of Interest In Shooting Death Of Two Teens

Philadelphia police have named a person of interest in the shooting death of two teens earlier this week.

10/26/2017

Eagles Host Football Scrimmage For Youth Players With Special Needs

The Philadelphia Eagles host a youth football scrimmage for the Bux-Mont Pop Warner Challenger Program.

10/24/2017

Delaware Valley To Get Great View Of Orionid Meteor Shower This Weekend

The vaporizing bits of comet ice and dust originate from Halley’s Comet.

10/19/2017

Radee Labeeb Prince

‘I Would Hear Hollering’: Neighbor Recounts Living Near Maryland Shooting Spree Suspect

A neighbor of a Maryland shooting spree suspect says he would hear screaming when he lived next door.

10/18/2017

New Jersey Officials Cracking Down On Abuse Of Pet Medication

The Division of Consumer Affairs announced stricter guidelines for veterinary prescriptions to help prevent individuals from using pets to obtain pain medications to feed their own drug habits.

10/17/2017

Children Found Dead Inside Wilmington Home, Mother Being Questioned

Investigators were called to the home on West 9th Street near Monroe Street, where they found a 5-year-old and newborn baby dead inside.

10/16/2017

High School Girl Overcomes Hearing Impairment To Cheer Without Fear

Alice McGivern’s passion for cheer has not been halted by the fact that she’s deaf.

10/07/2017

Friday Football Frenzy: The ‘Unified Sports’ Program At Moorestown High School Helps Continue Tradition Of Acceptance

Moorestown’s mission stands on three pillars: academics, arts and athletics.

10/06/2017

Chances Of Hitting A Deer In Pennsylvania Have Increased

Keep your eyes on the road and watch out driving through Pennsylvania, your chances of hitting a deer are getting worse.

10/04/2017

‘This Is An Evil Issue’: Gun Debate Front And Center During Vigil For Las Vegas Victims

Some are gathering in Center City Tuesday night to remember the victims of the Las Vegas shooting.

10/03/2017

Emotional Reunions For Those With Family In Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico

It was an emotional sight in Philadelphia as family greeted loved ones fleeing from Hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

09/27/2017

Police: 26-Year-Old Woman Killed While House-Sitting In South Jersey

Authorities are investigating the murder of a New Jersey woman after she was found dead while house-sitting this weekend. 

09/26/2017

Greg Feldman

Police Name Person Of Interest After Woman Is Shot In Limerick

Police in Montgomery County say they are searching for a person of interest following a shooting that left a woman injured on Friday afternoon.

09/22/2017

Volunteer Firefighter Accused Of Inappropriately Touching 13-Year-Old Girl

Anthony Tinney, 30, is facing dozens of charges, including indecent assault and corruption of minors.

09/21/2017

‘Keep Posting Information’: Puerto Rico Residents In The Dark After Maria Strikes

As the rest of the world has monitored Maria, the people on the island of Puerto Rico have been left in the dark.  A blackout has consumed the commonwealth since the hurricane hit.

09/20/2017

Philadelphia Police Investigating 6 Separate Attempted Luring Incidents Involving Children

Anyone with information on these incidents is asked to please contact the Special Victim Unit at 215-685-3252, or call 911.

09/15/2017

Colwyn Council Meeting Gets Heated Over Light Controversy On Youth Football Field

A council meeting gets heated as frustration grows over the lack of lighting on a youth football field.

09/14/2017

Police: Man Gunned Down In Front Of 2-Year-Old Daughter In Philly

A man was shot and killed in Philadelphia on Thursday night in front of his 2-year-old daughter, according to the Philadelphia Police Department.

09/07/2017

Police: Dogs Found ‘Neglected, Abused’ In Upper Darby Park

Police in Upper Darby are searching for the person(s) responsible after two dogs were apparently found abandoned in the park.

09/05/2017

Visitors Pay Tribute To Labor Day’s Founder In Camden County Cemetery

In the rear of a quiet South Jersey cemetery there is a statue of a man, who spent his life making a whole lot of noise.

CBS 3–09/04/2017

Nearly 80 Dogs Sent From Texas To New Jersey Following Hurricane

Nearly 80 Dogs Sent From Texas To New Jersey Following Hurricane

08/29/2017

Cherry Hill Graduate Among Sailors Missing Following USS John McCain Collision

CBS3 has learned that Kenneth Smith is one of the missing sailors.

08/22/2017

Bucks County Residents Rally For Peace In Wake Of Charlottesville Violence

Residents gathered in Bucks County to hold a peace rally in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville.

08/14/2017

Target

Police: Suspect Wanted After Man Is Shot In Target Parking Lot

Police are searching for a suspect after a man was shot in the parking lot of a Target store in the Rhawnhurst section of Philadelphia on Friday afternoon.

08/11/2017

New Law Seeks To Crack Down On Animal Cruelty In New Jersey

Under a new law signed into effect this week dogs can no longer be chained or tethered outside overnight between the hours of 11 p.m. and 5 a.m.

CBS 3–08/08/2017

Police Warn Of ‘Bike Swerving’ As Residents Grow Angry

A quick YouTube search shows just how well documented this fad has become in Philadelphia.

08/03/2017

Tools Stolen From Habitat For Humanity Construction Site

Habitat For Humanity becomes the victim of a theft in Salem County after tools used by the group to build homes for those in need were stolen from a construction site.

08/02/2017

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