Rahel Solomon is co-anchor with Jim Donovan of CBS3’s Eyewitness News This Morning, the station’s popular morning newscast (weekdays, 4:30-7 a.m.), and Eyewitness News at Noon.
Rahel joined CBS 3 as a general assignment reporter in September, 2015. Before her weekday morning assignment, she had been anchor of the weekend morning news.
The West Philly native came home to Channel 3 from KCNC-TV, the CBS-owned station in Denver where she had been a reporter and fill-in anchor since January, 2014. While in Denver, she distinguished herself with her coverage of the trial of Aurora Theater Shooter James Holmes and Colorado flooding in 2014 for CBS This Morning. In 2015, she was named the Colorado Association of Black Journalists’ 2015 Broadcast Journalist of the Year.
Previously, Rahel worked as a multimedia journalist for WSAZ-TV in Charleston, West Virginia. She began her career at WCAU-TV in Philadelphia as a production assistant.
Rahel earned a masters degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She also attended St. John’s University where she graduated with high honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in finance.
In addition to her years in West Philadelphia, Rahel was raised in Delaware County and is a graduate of Archbishop Prendergast High School in Drexel Hill.
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Counselor to Trump and South Jersey-native Kellyanne Conway spoke about Philadelphia sports and National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
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With so many families coming to the Philadelphia region for treatment at some of the best hospitals in the world, the Ronald McDonald houses in our area are often filled to capacity.
‘Conversation For All People’: Experts Try To Find Solutions For Parents, Educators Over Racist Incidents
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Several family members stepped up to donate a kidney but failed to pass the required health screening.
When students at Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary in North Philadelphia return Tuesday – they may meet some new classmates. They will also meet 23-year-old Quamiir Trice who has been hired as assistant program coordinator as he works on becoming a teacher.
Superintendent of schools Dr. William Hite recently sat down with Eyewitness News Anchor Rahel Solomon to discuss some of the goals for the academic year.
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The Renfrew Center, based in Roxborough, is a residential treatment facility for people with eating disorders and is behind the campaign “Barefaced Challenge.”
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The experts say missing even a little sleep puts people at risk of nodding off behind the wheel.
The study of immunotherapy is happening at other institutions around the country.
The battle continues over whether or not Temple University should build a football stadium.
NCIS fans can look forward to the return of Michael Weatherly to CBS Tuesday, September 20 in the new show, Bull.
Philadelphia Police are investigating allegations that a young festival-goer was sexually assaulted at this year’s Made In America concert.
Investigators say the victim was hit, then fell and hit his head.
Philadelphia Police are investigating after the death of a 25-year-old city employee.
The motive for the deadly shootings is being investigated.
Several people share their view of the Philadelphia Police during the DNC protests.
Philadelphia Police had to detain several protesters on Tuesday evening after some were seen trying to hop a fence into a secure area near the Wells Fargo Center.
Philadelphia city officials are now trying get speed cameras installed along Roosevelt Boulevard.
Philadelphia Police are looking for a potential serial predator. The suspect is wanted for a series of assaults on women.