Greg Argos joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in August, 2015.
A New Jersey native who grew up in Dover, Delaware, Argos came to CBS 3 from KPHO-TV in Phoenix where he had been a reporter and back up anchor since 2012. Previously, he was a reporter at WCNC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina and WMBF-TV in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Argos began his career as a freelance photojournalist and assignment editor at New York 1 cable news in Manhattan in 2007 where his most memorable story was covering the Papal Mass of Pope Benedict XVI at Yankee Stadium in 2008. Argos returned home just in time to cover Pope Francis’ historic visit to Philadelphia in 2015.
Along the way, Argos has earned three regional Emmy Awards and three Associated Press Awards for his reporting. He is a 2008 graduate of New York University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism and political science. Argos, who is of Greek heritage, minored in Hellenic studies.
Fun Fact: Argos and Anchor Ukee Washington are both alumni of Dover High School. In his spare time, Argos likes to work out, explore Philly’s great restaurant scene (Gyro suggestions welcomed!) and read.
At full size, the lanternfly, or the Lycorma delicatula, are a little longer than two inches with their wings fully spread.
Arson investigators are on the scene of a row home fire in North Philadelphia after a man and a woman were found dead inside overnight.
A world famous boxer revisited Glen Mills Schools on Tuesday.
The accident happened on the southbound side near Haddonfield-Berlin Road.
Bucks County DA: Suspect Charged With Weapons Of Mass Destruction In Connection To Mysterious Explosions
Authorities say more than 20 explosions during the early-morning hours are the reason for the booms happening in Bucks and Lehigh Counties since April 2.
Mayor Jim Kenney, other elected officials and the Philadelphia chapter of AFL-CIO held a rally in the city on Wednesday afternoon following the Supreme Court’s ruling against unions.
Authorities have named a person of interest in a hit-and-run that claimed the life of a 5-year-old boy last week.
‘I’m Disgusted’: Family Of Murdered Philadelphia Police Sgt. Robert Wilson III Frustrated With Killers’ Plea Deal
The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has taken the death penalty for suspects Carlton Hipps and Ramone Williams off the table in exchange for a plea deal.
Philadelphia police are still searching for a driver wanted in an alleged road rage incident that left a man in critical condition on Thursday night.
Mayor Kenney announces the formation of a task force to oversee the reconciliation of city cash accounts.
As summer officially gets underway on June 21, some Philadelphia residents are doing what they can to help the city’s homeless as the mercury continues to rise.
Philadelphia’s newest park opens to the public on Thursday.
In comparison to the 10 largest U.S. cities, Rhynhart says Philadelphia is dead last in terms of financial problems.
Police say the 50-year-old homeowner was coming home from work from a West Philadelphia beer distributor when the first gunman pops out of his hiding spot behind a car.
Legal sports betting is now underway in Delaware.
Police say a teenager is in custody after an Upper Darby High School student was stabbed multiple times inside the school on Monday morning.
It’s part of the city’s response to the opioid crisis, which is especially bad in Kensington.
Coffee giant Starbucks shuttered its doors early on Tuesday for customers but anti-bias training for employees was going on behind the closed doors.
Since January 2017, at least four bicyclists have died while riding on Philly roads, including an 11-year-old boy.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross testified in the case, saying his department does not deal with many illegal immigrants.
Those bollards would run every few feet and block potential vehicles from entering the sidewalk that surrounds the stadium.
Councilman Allan Domb’s mission is to find the money as some $33 million in taxpayer dollars has been misplaced, or even gone missing, from the city’s payroll and general disbursement accounts.
Another sign that life is returning to normal in the aftermath of a four-alarm fire in Old City.
Mumia Abu-Jamal was convicted 36 years ago in the 1981 murder of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner.
The City of Philadelphia isn’t sure where $33.3 million went from its largest cash account.
An Tso Sun of Taiwan is accused of planning an attack on his own high school.
Dozens gathered outside of the prison in Chester as rapper Meek Mill was released from prison.
A child is dead and his father is fighting for his life after an SUV crashed into their mini bike in West Philadelphia.
Meek Mill is speaking out from behind bars after a judge throws out some convictions involving a former police officer who arrested the Philadelphia rapper.
Philadelphia’s Police Commissioner Ross apologized to the two men arrested at Starbucks, saying he ‘failed miserably’ in messaging .