Crystal Cranmore is a Reporter for CBS3 Eyewitness News.
The New Jersey native joined the team in November 2018 and is proud to call the Delaware Valley home.
Versatility is one of her strengths. Since joining CBS3, Crystal has reported for all Eyewitness News broadcasts. You can find her chasing breaking news, covering general assignment and feature stories or working on enterprise stories.
Crystal joined CBS3 from WBRE-TV in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, where she spent three years as a Reporter and fill-in Anchor/Host. While at WBRE, Crystal reported on major breaking news stories and events, including the 2016 presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the devastation caused by a rare tornado and the fight to close Wilkes-Barre City Hall in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Crystal won a Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Award for a series of reports that included the battle to close City Hall. The Pennsylvania House of Representatives also awarded Crystal a citation for her community service efforts.
Prior to WBRE, Crystal spent two years as a Reporter and Video Journalist at Time Warner Cable News in Corning, N.Y. She earned a memorable exclusive when, during the questioning of a murder suspect, he confessed to the crime on-camera. Also in Upstate N.Y., she made her network debut on CNN providing breaking news reports on the death of superstar NASCAR driver Tony Stewart.
Crystal is a graduate of the Howard University School of Communications. She received a Master’s degree in International Relations from NYU, New York University.
She won a Knight Digital Media Center Fellowship at the U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and a Kiplinger Fellowship at Ohio State University. Crystal is also the recipient of a White House Correspondents’ Association Award.
Crystal began her broadcast journalism career at CBS3 as a News Apprentice and went on to become a Digital Media Producer for CBSPhilly.com. Crystal and her colleagues won an Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Online News Operation.
Crystal is so happy to be back in Philly and looks forward to telling your stories.