Jessica Kartalija, CBS News

Jessica Kartalija

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Jessica:

Super Bowl LVII: Montco native trying to save bald eagle population

Philadelphians treat watching the Eagles like it's their job. In Arizona, watching bald eagles are actually a job. → Read More

Viral "Terrible sandwich" boy, mom fight childhood hunger

Using their new-found fame, Abe and his mom decided to put all of this attention to good use. → Read More

Treatment Funded By Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation Spared Young Woman Heartbreaking Side Effect

Taylor Hendrix is now a pediatric nurse, helping children with their own health challenges. → Read More

A Chat With: Former Penn State Cornerback Adam Taliaferro

A year after being told he may never walk again, Adam Taliaferro led the Nittany Lions onto the field at Beaver Stadium. → Read More

A Chat With: Paul Fleming, A Fourth-Generation Farmer At Shady Brook Farm In Yardley

Shady Brook Farm in Yardley offers plenty to do all year long, but this time of the year, it turns into a magical place to visit. → Read More

A Chat With: Habitat For Humanity Philadelphia CEO Corinne O’Connell

Students are preparing to start classes soon and for many, that means working from home. What happens if your home is literally crumbling around you? → Read More

SummerFest At Home: How To Make The Perfect Pitcher Of Lemonade

These little lemonade masters are showing us how to make the perfect pitcher right at home. → Read More

Coronavirus Latest: How Veterinarians At Philadelphia Zoo Are Keeping Animals Safe From COVID-19

Dr. Keith Hinshaw says the Philadelphia Zoo is protecting tigers as well as other animals there. → Read More

CBS3 SummerFest: A Collingswood Summer Calendar

Summer in Collingswood means music, dancing, driving and swimming. Here's a rundown of upcoming events, as well as regular favorites. → Read More

Maryland Fleet Week Wrapping Up After Seeing Record Crowds This Year

Maryland Fleet Week is wrapping up here in Baltimore after seeing big crowds at the event this year. → Read More

Md. High School Students Replicate Innovative Mini Trash Wheels Using Plastic

Maryland students used calculators to come up with a new way to remove trash from the Chesapeake Bay watershed. → Read More

Md. Firefighters Battling PTSD Have First-Of-Its-Kind Center To Cope

Firefighters have one of the most dangerous jobs in the world, but the danger is more than just physical. → Read More

Baltimore Schools Honored For Taking Part In NFL’s Play 60 Campaign « CBS Baltimore

Schools throughout Baltimore are honored for getting students to eat healthy and head outside to play. → Read More

Baltimore-Based Company Selected For Making One Of The Top Royal Wedding Gifts

A Baltimore company has the perfect gift for the royal wedding. → Read More

5 Years In, Brigance Brigade Continues To Bring Awareness To ALS

" I've known OJ's story, growing up in Maryland and it's just something that I try to implement into my every day life--something I support and his outlook on life is unbelievable," said 5K winner Andrew Cantor. → Read More

Baltimore Golf Week To Support Summer Jobs For City Youth

Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh has announced a plan to get more people on the course while also getting more summer jobs for teenagers. → Read More

Unique Beer, T-Shirts Await Light City Visitors

Two local businesses are creating some unique products ahead of Light City in Baltimore. → Read More

Holocaust Survivors Share Stories With Harford County Students

More than a dozen Holocaust survivors shared their stories with students in Harford County Monday. → Read More

Acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Talks Policing Plans, Challenges

With the soaring murder rate and corruption within the Baltimore Police Department, the acting police commissioner is facing some tough challenges in his new role. → Read More

As More Women Buy Guns, Local Classes Cater To Ladies

More women are pulling the trigger and buying guns. → Read More