Anita Oh

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Anita Oh joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in February, 2017. She had been a freelance reporter with the station since January, 2016.

Anita came to CBS 3 from WMAZ-TV in Macon, Georgia where she had been a weekend anchor and reporter covering the state house and county government.

She is a 2013 graduate of Penn State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism with minors in sociology and international studies.  While in college, her internships and freelance assignments gave her multiple multi-media experiences from serving as a production assistant on Fox and Friends and hosting a radio show, to serving as a reporter for McClatchy News in Shanghai, China.

Born in Connecticut, Anita moved to the Delaware Valley in high school and considers the Philadelphia area her home.  She speaks fluent Korean.

23rd Annual Gift Of Life Donor Dash Hopes To Raise Awareness

“It’s been an amazing experience. It’s given me a second chance at life,” said Arlinda Smith, who received pancreas and kidney transplants.

CBS 3–04/15/2018

Flyers Fans Ready To Bounce Back After Game 1 Shutout By Pens

At a Flyers block party in Bala Cynwyd, fans enjoyed food, photo ops with the Flyers Ice Girls, and games.


One Liberty Place Celebrates World Health Day With Sky High Yoga

From 57 stories high, they took part in a yoga class overlooking the city of Philadelphia. 


Lisa Smith Keiff King

Mother, Boyfriend Now Facing Murder Charges In Boy’s Death Over Spilled Cereal

Investigators say the young boy had been brutally beaten for spilling his cereal on the morning of January 22.

CBS 3–04/06/2018

Citizens Bank Park’s ‘The Yard’ Unveiled During Home Opener

Citizens Bank Park unveiled their brand new family-friendly interactive space called “The Yard.”


Businesses Overloaded With Crowds During Nova Game

Businesses around Villanova’s campus were in full preparation mode ahead of what turned out to be the team’s second NCAA championship game victory in three years.


Special Bond Between Two Unlikely Friends Flourishing Inside Bike Shop

A special bond between two unlikely friends is flourishing inside a Bucks County bike shop.


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Villanova Fans Pumped As Wildcats Back In Final Four

The Wildcats are looking to win their second national championship in three years as they will face the Kansas Jayhawks in San Antonio on Saturday.


Toys "R" Us store

Customers Looking For Big Discounts As Toys ‘R’ Us Begins Liquidation Sale

Many customers looking for deep discounts say they didn’t find them as Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us began their going out of business sale. 


Officials: St. Joseph’s University Student Died In Fall In Bermuda

The forensic pathologist says that 19-year-old Mark Dombroski was found dead in a moat after falling from a height.


New Study Reveals Drunk Shopping Is On The Rise

Have you ever been guilty of drunk shopping?


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‘There’s A Lot Of Ice Everywhere’: People Try To Avoid Chunks Of Ice Falling From Center City Buildings

As the city thaws out from a second nor’easter in less than a week, many are trying to avoid ice coating sidewalks and falling off of buildings in Center City.


Firefighter Falls Through 2nd Floor While Battling Bucks County House Fire

Lower Southampton Township fire officials say a firefighter was injured after falling through the floor of a second floor bathroom while battling a blaze in a home overnight.


‘It’s Been A Great Run’: Popular Main Line Hardware Store Closing After Over Century In Business

More than a century ago, Ricklin’s Hardware laid the foundation of something special in Narberth.


Cherry Hill High School East

Students Protest After Teacher Put On Administrative Leave Over Florida School Shooting Comments

Students at a New Jersey high school took part in a protest after a school district reportedly placed a teacher on administrative leave.


Student Pushing Back After Being Benched For Wearing Hijab

A Mastery Charter Schools sophomore is pushing back after she says a referee forced her to choose between her hijab and her sport during a Philadelphia Public League quarterfinals game on Feb. 16.


North Philly School Students Go See Private Screening Of ‘Black Panther’

North Philadelphia’s Mary McLeod Bethune School had 273 students hit the road Thursday to a classroom of a different kind.


Polar Bear Run/Walk For Autism In Sea Isle City Happens This Weekend

One of Sea Isle’s biggest weekends is almost here, the annual Polar Bear Plunge on Saturday and the Polar Bear Autism Run/Walk on Sunday.


Eagles Fans Get Life-Sized Replica Lombardi Trophy Back From Team

Little did they know the duct-taped trophy not only made it onto the float, it also went with the team all the way to the Art Museum and back to the Linc.


Fletcher Cox

Fletcher Cox Surprises Kids At A.I. duPont Children’s Hospital

It is his job to be strong, but Fletcher Cox believes these kids battling sickness every day are stronger. 


Stage Is Set For First-Ever Philly Theatre Week

Seventy organizations, 80 events, and more than 265 performances are on deck, according to organizer Theatre Philadelphia.


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Expert: Philly’s Good Behavior At Parade Chalked Up To ‘Eagles Effect’

Dr. Argie Allen Wilson, director of clinical training at Drexel University, chalks the good behavior up to the so-called “Eagles Effect.”


Durand School

Special Needs Day Program Holds Super Bowl Pep Rally

Durand, which helps individuals with disabilities and special needs, hosted a Super Bowl party for its day program participants.


Sales Are Soaring For Philly Shop Selling Vintage Eagles Gear

A local shop that sells throwback gear says its sales are soaring just like the Birds.


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Maternity Ward Decking Out Newborns In Eagles Gear

Eagles fandom has reached all walks of life, including one maternity ward at a local hospital.


Gary Kelmer

Students, Parents Surprise School Bus Driver With Super Bowl Tickets

Come Sunday, the lifelong Eagles fan will go on a journey he will never forget.


Downed Electrical Pole Causes Commuter Nightmare On PATCO

Rail commuters are facing problems getting between Philadelphia and Camden County, New Jersey.


Authorities Investigating Suspicious Fire That Injured Teen

Flames broke out around 11:30 p.m. Friday at a two-story home in the 1300 block of Ruan Street in the Frankford section of the city.


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‘I Just Have A Good Feeling About This Team’: Eagles Fans Kicking Off Weekend With Super Bowl Pep Rally

The city is flying high for the Eagles, and before they cheer on the beloved Birds in Minnesota, they’re doing so here at home.


Police: Suspect Dressed As Mailman, 3 Others Rob Victim At Gunpoint In Front Of Infant Son

Police are looking for four suspects in connection with a fake letter carrier home invasion and robbery in the Olney section of Philadelphia.


‘It’s Our Time Now’: Philadelphia Copy Shop Revving Up Eagles Fans With Free Signs

“It’s our time now,” said Barbara Gibbs.


‘Eagles Bagels Flying Off The Shelves’: Bakeries Showcasing Eagles-Inspired Treats

Some bakeries are showcasing Eagles-inspired treats that are soaring.


‘Lots Of Joking And Teasing’: Two New Jersey Rabbis Stand Divided For NFC Championship Game

The house of worship typically stands as one, but when it comes to one specific rivalry, it’s a house divided.


Bensalem Suspects

Police: 2 Women Rob Man They Met At Bar On New Year’s Eve

Bensalem police say the victim was drinking at a bar in Manayunk on New Year’s Eve when he met the two female suspects.


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Another Blast Of Winter Weather Creates Dangerous Travel Conditions

PennDOT prepared with more than 100,000 tons of salt for another round of wintry weather expected Monday afternoon.


10-Year-Old Philadelphia Boy Cashing In On The Snow

A budding entrepreneur, the fifth-grader decided he’d cash in as neighbors try to dig out by starting Amin’s Snow Shoveling Shop.


Storm Dumps Up To 17 Inches On New Jersey Shore Towns

A winter storm has dumped nearly a foot-and-a-half of snow on some New Jersey shore towns.


Holiday Tradition: Long Lines For Sweet Treats At Termini Brothers Bakery

To some, Termini Brothers Bakery is as Philadelphia as a cheesesteak.


Police Dog Named After Officer’s 4-Year-Old Nephew Who Died Of Cancer

The officer’s nephew passed away in July after battling anaplastic endymoma, a tumor on his spine.


4-Month-Old Attacked By Raccoon Inside Home

Four-month-old Journi Black is on a long road to recovery after a raccoon attacked her inside a home on the 2100 block of North 22nd Street on Wednesday night.


Radnor Township Police Use Technology To Speed Up Ticketing Process

Gone are the days Radnor Township Police officers have to issue handwritten paper citations, which left room for error and took time to process.

CBS 3–12/16/2017

Timothy Piazza

‘Horrified By A Failure Of A System’: DA Releases Scathing Grand Jury Report About Fraternity Culture At Penn State

The report is the culmination of a ten-month grand jury investigation after the death of 19-year-old Timothy Piazza at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house.

CBS 3–12/15/2017

Police Capture Cow After It Escapes From Nativity Scene Twice

“Stormy” the cow police corralled twice, after she escaped an live nativity scene on Thursday morning, has been replaced by her daughter, Ginger.


Overnight Snowfall Coats The Region

Drivers faced road conditions that changed in the blink of an eye.


Army-Navy Game A Passion-Filled Rivalry

It’s one of the most historic rivalries in college football set to kick off in a fitting city: the Patriot Games.


Manayunk ‘Porch Pirate’ Wanted In String Of Package Thefts

Police are investigating a string of package thefts in Philadelphia.


Hundreds Protest Bill That Would Require Some Businesses To Remove Bulletproof Glass

A proposed bill designed to regulate so-called ‘stop-and-go’ businesses in Philadelphia would also require some businesses to take down physical barriers, including bulletproof glass — a point of contention that drew hundreds of protesters to City Hall on Monday. 


Residents Take Steps To Prevent Theft Of Holiday Packages From Porch Pirates

As holiday packages are on the move, so are the criminals.


Eagles Present South Philadelphia School With A $10,000 Grant

The school received a $10,000 grant as part of the NFL’s Play 60 initiative, which encourages children to be active for sixty minutes per day and eat healthy foods.


Fans In A Frenzy As Eagles Eye Playoffs

Fans of the Philadelphia Eagles are flying high, as some scramble to get their hands on anything Birds-related.