Meisha Johnson joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News This Morning (weekdays, 4:30-7 a.m.) as traffic reporter in July, 2015. In addition to her traffic reporting, Meisha also takes viewers on the highways and back roads of the region through her popular Dream Drives segment, a series of fascinating day drives through our area from the Brandywine Valley to the Jersey shore.
Meisha came to Philadelphia from KMSP, the Fox station in Minneapolis-St. Paul where she had been a traffic reporter since 2013. An outdoor sports enthusiast, Johnson’s resume includes several nationally-syndicated PowerSports programs on Fox Sports in addition to turns as an announcer for Snocross, ATV and Supercross motorcycle races.
A native of Minneapolis, Meisha attended the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Anoka Ramsey College. She is fluent in Swedish and attended the University of Uppsala while living in Sweden for several years after high school.
Whether it’s history, science, sports or the arts, when it comes to museums, Wilmington has got you covered.
In Delaware County, Meisha Johnson sees what it took to make a meal in the 18th century at the Barns-Brinton House.
On May 13, an estate-turned-public-garden begins its new life as Stoneleigh: A Natural Garden.
At the Delaware Museum of Natural History, “we’re a picture to the past,” said Austin Conley, the museum’s tour and outreach coordinator.
Meisha Johnson heads to a New Hope gallery dedicated to dark and gothic art and history. They say some of it is even haunted.
You don’t have to buy anything to enjoy the atmosphere at Baldwin’s Book Barn in West Chester, and we really mean barn.
A husband and wife, joining forces and beating all the odds together, as a team, the ultimate buddy system.
At the Sarnoff Collection at the College of New Jersey in Ewing, broadcast technology stretches from the Victrola to the videodisc.
The Ronald McDonald houses wouldn’t be the same without the volunteers, many of whom put in countless hours, giving their time to help the families feel at home.
Candy lovers can watch the classics being made at the Asher’s Chocolate Co. factory, and then buy their own at an old-fashioned store.
It took almost two decades, but volunteers restored the 108-year-old Carousel at Pottstown and got it back in business for a new generation.
Just a few minutes off I-95 is a museum of muscle cars: The LRA Auto Museum.
No pottery spot is quite like the living museum that is the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works in Doylestown.
At Ursinus College in Collegeville, you don’t have to be a student to walk into the Berman Museum for a lesson in art.
Inside a shopping center in Oaks, an old tire factory holds an ever-growing collection of Americana: the American Treasure Tour.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – For the Christmas season, Glencairn Museum in Bryn Athyn, Montgomery County displays dozens of colorful nativity sets from around the world, each more elaborate that the last. Glencairn, a Romanesque castle built in the 1920s, was once the home of the Pitcairn family before it became a museum of religious history and […]
If you need to shake off some cabin fever and take a family break, the Bucks County Children’s Museum in New Hope has hands-on fun for children and adults.
It’s quiet now, but Batsto Village inside Wharton State Forest in Burlington County was once an industrial powerhouse.
The Air Victory Museum, housed in a real hanger at the South Jersey Regional Airport in Burlington County, has been home to a collection of aircraft and flight memorabilia since 1989.
The Abington Art Center in Montgomery County turned a mansion into a refuge for artists both professional and amateur.
There are only a few days left to enjoy some October traditions at Merrymead Farm in Montgomery County.
Behind a long stone wall in metropolitan Wilmington sits a mansion that in its heyday resembled a real-life Downton Abbey: Nemours Estate.
Hurricane Hill Farm in Coatesville, Chester County has a very large pumpkin for their fall season, the biggest and bounciest one they’ve ever had.
This fall is a golden opportunity to really get to know one of Philadelphia’s gems: Wissahickon Valley Park.
A Gothic Revival mansion built by a prominent Wilmington family in the 1850s has long since become a county museum, but ghost lovers sense the mansion’s former residents remain.
Route-30 Bypass Eastbound is now open after a fatal accident, involving a tractor-trailer and car in Chester County.
This Germantown gem has urban farmland, kid-friendly hiding places, and a little secret: Awbury Arboretum.
In Media, you’ll find a getaway that will take you up the treetops: Tyler Arboretum.
Bartram’s Garden could fool you into thinking you’re in the country, but you’re close enough to Center City to almost touch the Philly skyline.
Before fall apple and pumpkin season, people can still find a lot of sweet summer bounty.