Kimberly Davis, CBS Philly

Kimberly Davis

CBS Philly

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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  • NewsChannel 5
  • WPTV

Recent articles by Kimberly:

Authorities Searching For Suspects Accused Of Shooting Up 2 Camden County Police Officers’ Home

The alleged incident happened Tuesday around 11:45 p.m. on the 2900 block of Clinton Street in Camden. → Read More

Cherry Hill Families Protest School District’s Decision To Start Year Online

After a week of remote learning, parents want the option of in-person learning now and not in November. → Read More

‘Just Not Today, It’s Every Day’: Pandemic Doesn’t Stop Garden Of Reflection 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony In Bucks County

Eighteen Bucks County residents were among the nearly 3,000 Americans killed in the 9/11 terror attacks 19 years ago. → Read More

Loves Ones Hold Vigil For Woman Shot, Killed In Brewerytown Days Before Wedding

The woman's distraught family is pleading for someone to come forward with information as investigators continue to hunt for her killer. → Read More

Loves Ones Hold Vigil In Brewerytown For Woman Shot, Killed Days Before Wedding

The woman's distraught family is pleading for someone to come forward with information as investigators continue to hunt for her killer. → Read More

Coronavirus New Jersey: Wildwood Boardwalk Restaurants Now Able To Offer Takeout

With the summer shore season surrounded by uncertainty, eateries on the Wildwood boardwalk have found a way to open, if only serving takeout to locals. → Read More

Coronavirus Latest: South Jersey Nurse Says She Was Fired From Hospital For Wearing Own PPE

Kulach says she wore her N95 mask from home and put her other surgical mask from home on top of it, as well as the gloves she brought from her house. → Read More

Coronavirus In New Jersey: Three Camden County Hospitals Now Offering COVID-19 Testing

Cooper University Hospital, Virtual Health, and Jefferson Health hospitals are the three hospitals that are now offering coronavirus testing in Camden County. → Read More

Coronavirus Latest: Religious Leaders Get Creative To Engage With Members During Outbreak

As people of faith lean on God during the coronavirus pandemic, leaders are reminding people this too shall pass. → Read More

‘You Got A Friend In Me’: Sixers’ Matisse Thybulle Showing Support For Abington High School Student In Desperate Need Of Bone Marrow Transplant

Juwan Adams has been fighting for the last four years but doctors say he is running out of time and can't wait much longer to find a bone marrow donor. → Read More

Philadelphia Police: Mother Of 5 Found Dead Inside Mayfair Home

Police responded to the 4100 block of Levick Street just before 7 p.m. after the victim's mother called 911 after seeing the home's back door kicked in. → Read More

South Jersey Snowfall Welcomed By Local Pizza Shops

Most people don’t look forward to snow days but pizza delivery drivers look forward to the extra cash. → Read More

Hundreds Turn Out To Mourn Loss Of Beloved Deli Owner Who Was Stabbed To Death In Audubon

A vigil was held tonight for Jerry Pastore, whose death shocked a Camden County community. → Read More

Chosen 300 Ministries Brings Philadelphians From All Walks Of Life Together For Christmas

Chosen 300 Ministries are hoping residents are willing to give as its revenues are down. → Read More

Grocery Store Many In Kensington Rely On For Healthy Food In Danger Of Closing

Many in the community rely on Kensington Community Co-op for healthy groceries. Now it's in danger of closing eight months after it opened. → Read More

Shoppers Pounce On Early Black Friday Savings At Cherry Hill Mall

There's no rest for shoppers who want those early deals. → Read More

Why Buying A Christmas Tree Will Cost You More Green This Season

Because of a shortage of large trees, if you wait too long, you may be stuck with a small tree. → Read More

Quakertown School District Votes To Penalize Students Who Rack Up School Lunch Debt

If the debt is not settled within 30 days, the student will not be allowed to participate in extracurricular activities, including the graduation ceremony. → Read More

‘Every Word She Uttered To Us Was A Lie’: Woman Fakes Cancer, Collects Over $10,000 Through GoFundMe, Facebook Donations, Police Say

Police say Jessica Smith started scam donation pages on GoFundMe and Facebook, seeking donations to assist with her medical bills. → Read More

Haddonfield Police Cracking Down On Kids Riding Bikes Recklessly On Busy Streets

Surveillance video released by Haddonfield police shows kids riding their bikes recklessly, something that officers are now cracking down on. → Read More