CBS3 reporter Anita Oh has left the station — and her television career — to pursue a new dream, but she isn't leaving Philadelphia. Instead, Oh will enroll at the University of Pennsylvania Law School in the fall, as she announced via a blog post and Facebook message on Wednesday.

"As we evolve, so too do our dreams," Oh wrote online. "The passion I have for this career has blossomed simultaneously with the drive I have to continue becoming the best version of me."

Nearly three years ago, I walked into CBS as a new reporter, feeling on top of the world because my dream had come true….

Posted by Anita Oh on Wednesday, August 29, 2018

The move ends a run at CBS3 that began for Oh in 2016, when she joined the station as a freelance reporter. She was hired as a general assignment reporter in Feb. 2017, according to a station biography.

A Connecticut native, Oh moved to the Philadelphia area during high school. She later attended Penn State University, where she graduated in 2013, having served as a reporter for McClatchy News in China and a production assistant on Fox and Friends as part of her education. Prior to her run at CBS3, she worked as a weekend anchor and reporter at Macon, Georgia's WMAZ-TV, another CBS affiliate.

"Thank you — for being with me on this journey, for supporting my dreams, and for your love in every new adventure," Oh wrote online. "To chase a dream is a privilege, and for those lucky enough to get the chance to pen your own adventure, I hope you take the leap, too."