Ali Bradley comes to Central Pennsylvania from Toledo, Ohio where she was a news anchor and reporter.

Ali didn’t exactly follow the conventional path when it comes to getting into the business. She worked as an assistant at Fox Sports Northwest after graduating with her Bachelor’s Degree from Washington State University… Go Cougs! She then moved to Los Angeles and worked on the HBO hits, True Blood and Big Love. After three years of LA life, Ali pursued her true calling.

She got her start as a news anchor at K2TV in Casper, Wyoming. There, she worked as an anchor, reporter, producer, assistant news director, and at one point– she was the news director. Once she learned all she could in Casper, she moved to Toledo.
Now, Ali is continuing to expand her career as the lead evening anchor alongside Evan Forrester. She says she feels very blessed to be in such a wonderful, welcoming area.

Ali is on the board of a non-profit organization which helps get disabled animals into wheelchairs, or other rehabilitative equipment. She is very passionate about her dogs, Bob (a rescue, Cocker Spaniel) and Phyllis (a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel). Ali has been active within every Humane Society she has been in contact with. Ali is also a champion for mental health awareness, and has worked alongside NAMI and the Stop Suicide Coalition.

Ali is a die-hard Seahawks fan, a true 12th man and she roots for them no matter where she lives.

During her free time, Ali is either relaxing with her pups, doing yoga, or cooking.

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Recent Articles
  • “The right thing to do,” local woman’s mission to bring clean water to East Africa

    WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa.– It’s something we take for granted. Families in Africa are forced to give their children dirty water that could make them sick or even kill them. Barb Harman works with International Water Company in York. “Women and children spend up to 6 hours a day searching for water, and that water that they find is contaminated.” Harman says we take it for granted, we don’t even blink an eye at clean running water. “Where we go […]

  • Elementary students stand up for classmates at lunch

    HUNTINGTON TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, Pa.– When the lunch bell rings and it’s time to flood the elementary school cafeteria, it’s no secret that all kids want to sit at the crowded table. Something as small as not having a place to eat lunch can be devastating to a 10 year old. One 4th grader at Bermudian Springs Elementary School says she has seen some kids being singled out, “sometimes they get picked on and nobody should have to go through […]

  • “Are these really both mine?” Mom in disbelief after giving birth to twins

    SWATARA TWP., DAUPHIN CO. Pa.– Spencer and Sadie are eight months old. They are twins, but to some that is hard to believe.  Mom, Andrea Hosage says, “it’s always ‘are they twins?’ Yes… and I kinda get this look.” In the hospital, Andrea says she even had her doubts after giving birth to the twins. “What’s going on here? I was like, are these really both… obviously with a c-section I saw them but they were across the room.” Andrea […]

  • The waiting game: Why families who need medical marijuana are struggling to get it in PA

    NEW OXFORD, ADAMS CO., PA–Getting legal access to medical marijuana is no easy task in Pennsylvania, and for the Sharrer’s that’s no exception. Angela Sharrer says, “You have to obtain it legally. In order to obtain it legally, you have to be a resident of that state.” Her daughter Annie is 12 years old… She has epileptic seizures and is autistic. Angela says Annie has been on 12 different medications in her life. She says they ran out of options to control […]

  • Taking safety into your own hands: How a bracelet could save your life

    YORK COUNTY, PA.– A little bit of self-defense knowledge could help protect you as every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. 91% of those victims are women.  These staggering statistics from the national crime victimization survey make it clear why some companies are creating technology to protect women, while some women choose to take part in self-defense training. “He just wouldn’t let go, and I took– the look him in the eye, look him in the eye and say I’m […]

  • College sexual assault numbers are up, officials say it’s a good thing?

    York, PA.– Crime and safety reports for a college or university campus can be a little overwhelming and even confusing. These reports are relied upon when prospective students are choosing a school. Many of these reports show sexual assault numbers increasing at area campuses. What could be even more confusing, is that officials are saying the increase is actually a good thing. Jessica Cable is an orientation leader at York College says,  “It definitely concerns me just that the amount […]

  • Kids with special needs, defying the odds through dance

    HANOVER,Pa. — Finding a place to do ballet if you are a kid with special needs can be a challenge.  However, one local high school girl wanted to change that by starting a class. Emmah Bowers started a dance class for kids who have special needs.  She did this because a family member of her’s is struggling with a disability. “She never got to do some of the stuff we did,” Emmah said. Alaina Crone is just one of those kids that […]

  • Grocery giver– Man picks up the tab for people in need

    E.Manchester, Pa.- One East Manchester man was at the end of his rope after a rough couple of years. He has found happiness by giving to others and he’s doing it with a simple nod, that’s how Terry LaFaver makes a stranger’s day. He says he just nods to the cashier, “they know that means I’m paying for that person.” That person is hand-picked as they are strolling through the aisles of the East Manchester Giant Food store. Terry says, “you […]

  • Manufactured diamonds: What’s the deal?

    YORK, Pa.- Valentine’s day is right around the corner, it is a time to celebrate romance between couples. Many of them, embarking on a new chapter by way of getting engaged. But that new chapter, is gonna cost ya. Diamond prices in the US are up 75% since 2009. Nearly 6-million couples will likely pop the question on Valentine’s day—and the ring used to ask the burning question, will cost on average… 24-hundred bucks– that’s according to an American Express report. […]