Cleve Bryan


New Jersey Reporter Cleve Bryan joined CBS 3/CW Philly’s Eyewitness News team in July, 2013.

The Turnersville, New Jersey native returned to the Delaware Valley from WVEC-TV in Norfolk, Virginia where he has been a reporter and anchor since 2011.  During his time reporting in Hampton Roads, Cleve led breaking news coverage of Hurricane Sandy as it slammed the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  Previously, he was a reporter at WCBD-TV in Charleston, South Carolina and at The Florida Channel in Tallahassee, Florida where his reporting was seen on PBS stations throughout the state. He began his career at WMGM-TV in Atlantic City in 2005 as a photographer/reporter and returned to the station from 2007 until 2009 as a reporter and back-up morning news anchor.

Cleve’s South Jersey roots run deep.  A graduate of Washington Township High School, he spent five summers as a member of the Ocean City, New Jersey Beach Patrol training new lifeguards.  He was also a Special Olympics volunteer coach for the Ocean City Stingrays Swim Team.

Cleve is a 2004 graduate of the University of Maryland where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Journalism and Spanish.

He and his wife, Nicole, have two boys.


SummerFest: Many Enjoy Spending Relaxing Day On Water Fishing In Margate

Running two 4-hour fishing trips daily Captain John Herron and his crew aboard “The Keeper” have been taking Margate visitors flounder fishing for 21 years.

CBS 3–07/20/2018

Some Jersey Shore Boardwalk Games Not Fair, Reveals State Inspections

So far this summer, inspections have been conducted in Seaside Heights and Atlantic City.

CBS 3–07/18/2018

Doctor: Getting Injured On Beach Vacation Pretty Common

A beach injury involving an umbrella at the Jersey Shore has people talking about safety along the water.


SummerFest: Tuckahoe Turf Farm In Hammonton Grows Grass For Philadelphia Eagles

For 51 years, the farm has been growing turf grass in South Jersey.

CBS 3–07/13/2018

Police Searching For Attacker After Man Fatally Assaulted In Mill Creek

Man Dies After Brazen Assault In Mill Creek; Suspect Wanted

Philadelphia police are working diligently to find the person who killed a 60-year-old man during a brazen assault in the Mill Creek neighborhood on Thursday.

CBS 3–07/12/2018

Hurricane Chris Raising Rip Current Danger At Jersey Shore

Lifeguards in Ocean City are urging swimmers to be cautious with Hurricane Chris off the coast.

CBS 3–07/11/2018

South Jersey Man Could Lose Limbs After Contracting Flesh-Eating Bacteria While Crabbing

A Cumberland County man is fighting for his life after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing in South Jersey.

CBS 3–07/10/2018

Eagles Fan Shannon Young Gives Birth To Baby Named After QB Carson Wentz

Meet little Carson Joseph Young, who is named after Eagles franchise quarterback Carson Wentz.

CBS 3–07/06/2018

Protesters Demand Change At ‘Families Belong Together’ Rally In Logan Square

Lifting voices and hoisting signs, several thousand people flocked to Logan Square in Philadelphia demanding an end to the separation and detention of immigrant families.

CBS 3–06/30/2018

SummerFest: Casino Workers Sharing Excitement Of Atlantic City Grand Openings

Amidst the razzle-dazzle of grand opening weekend for the Hard Rock and Ocean Resort Casinos, local officials say the major economic impact can’t be overlooked.

CBS 3–06/29/2018

‘We Believe In Atlantic City’: Gambling Resort Celebrates Openings Of Hard Rock, Ocean Resort Casino

Gamblers can now test their luck at two new spots at the Jersey Shore.

CBS 3–06/28/2018

Officials Look To Improve Traffic Near Site Of New Amazon Warehouse Along Route 130

Officials say they’re taking steps to improve traffic along the busy section of Route 130. 

CBS 3–06/27/2018

Retailers Are Stocking Up On Fireworks Ahead Of 4th Of July In New Jersey

Former Governor Chris Christie signed the law in 2017 legalizing certain types of fireworks but it was signed so close to the holiday that many shops were not able to get their permits in time. This year they are ready.

CBS 3–06/26/2018

Brett Brown Favors ‘Star Hunting’ Over Nova’s Bridges Playing For Hometown Sixers

Brown believes the Sixers need a superstar to win it all and the pick could sweeten a trade deal.

CBS 3–06/22/2018

Several Immigrant Children Separated From Families Housed By Camden Agency

Despite an executive order to stop separating children from illegal immigrants at the Mexican border, questions remain about the fate of more than 2,300 youth taken from their families in recent months.

CBS 3–06/21/2018

Students Who Escaped Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico Graduate High School On Time In Vineland

Graduating high school and walking across the stage to get your diploma is a special feeling. For one group of students graduating in South Jersey on Wednesday night, that feeling is magnified times ten.

CBS 3–06/20/2018

New Jersey Watchdog Agency Accuses Businesses Of Willfully And Knowingly Buying Stolen Scrap Metal, Items From Opioid Addicts

A state watchdog agency that investigates fraud and corruption says scrap metal and other second-hand good stores are helping fuel the opioid epidemic and profiting off the backs of addicts.

CBS 3–06/19/2018

Gloucester Township Police Warning Parents About Drug-Laced Vape Pens

Filled with fruity flavor, some vape cartridges also contain enough concentrated THC to send you to the emergency room having a psychotic episode.

CBS 3–05/31/2018

Korean War Survivor Sun Choe Celebrates 110th Birthday At Unique Senior Living Community

For her 110th birthday, Sun Choe from South Korea got a surprise party.

CBS 3–05/24/2018

State Police Inviting Public To ‘Missing In New Jersey’ Event At Rowan University

Families of missing persons are encouraged to attend an event called “Missing in New Jersey” this Saturday at Rowan University.


Crews Mobilizing In Camden County As Flood Threat Increases

Public works crews have their own housekeeping before the extreme rain event.


City Council Passes Resolution To Bring Baseball Back To Atlantic City

Frank Boulton says two new casinos and a new Stockton island campus have investors excited about Atlantic City, which is looking for more affordable family entertainment.

CBS 3–05/16/2018

Some Ready For Sports Betting In Atlantic City, Others See Potential Problems

This week’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court to legalize sports betting gave New Jersey casinos new hope for their long-term success.


Neighbors In Shock Over Death Of Toddler In Camden County

Police are continuing their investigation into the death of a young child in Camden County.


What Happened To $229,000 Meant To Be Used For Camden Home Tied To Martin Luther King

Empty and boarded up, 753 Walnut Street may look like just another poor decaying structure in Camden, but it is rich in history.


pollen cloud

Massive Pollen Cloud Gets Sent Into Air After Man Nudges Tree With Heavy Equipment

This scene is the worst nightmare for people who suffer from allergies.

CBS 3–05/08/2018

Big Investment Drawing Rowers To Cooper River In Camden

As crew teams face off this weekend for the Atlantic 10 Rowing Championships, competitors will show off their hard work at the oars, and Camden County will show off its hard work on the course.


Six Flags Becomes More Sensory-Friendly For Autism Day

one thing that makes Autism Day unique at Six Flags is that there were decompression tents staged throughout the park and more than a hundred trained staff from Gersh Academy were ready to lend a hand.


Wildwood To Allow Parking On The Beach This Summer

Officials in Wildwood will allow drivers to park on the beach this summer.


Abington Township Police: Man Walking In Public With AR-15 To Promote Second Amendment Right

Police in Abington Township say a man is walking around the area with an AR-15 rifle to promote his Second Amendment right to carry the weapon in public.