Amy has spent the past 14 years as a journalist anchoring local news in Ohio, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina and is happy to be doing it back in her home state of PA.

Amy volunteers on the Board of Directors for two incredible non-profits. Turning Point, a Women’s Counseling and Advocacy Center in York County and the York County Children’s Advocacy Center. She has also volunteered with Susan G. Komen for 11 years, as well as the American Cancer Society, Komen Young Professionals, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America. In April of 2014, she was chosen as the recipient of the PA Alzheimer’s Association Outstanding Media and Community Support Volunteer of the Year award and in April of 2015, she received the American Heart Association’s Go Red Volunteer of the Year Award.

In her free time, she loves taking photographs and yoga classes.

Amy resides in York County with her husband, daughter and cat.

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Recent Articles
  • Tattoos Draw Hope For Cancer Survivors

    “I was just really scared for my family, because what would happen to my kids without me,” said Sonya Pinto. Sonya was in her 40’s when she underwent a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Like so many women, she chose to have reconstructive surgery. However, the emotional battle that followed was just as challenging for her, as fighting cancer itself. She says her family gave her strength to physically fight breast cancer in 2015. The battle though, […]

  • Land of Little Horses Farm Park

    There’s a unique place just outside of Gettysburg that’s become known as the perfect place for animal lovers, both young and young at heart. Fox43’s Amy Lutz took her daughter there to get her opinion on the so-called magical place. Up a long hill in Highland Township, Adams County, lies a magical land. The Land of Little Horses Farm Park. The farm opened it’s doors in 1971 with 25 miniature horses and has grown quite a bit since. Now, the […]

  • Agriculture Education Center Puts Fun In Fundamentals At York Fair

    It used to be referred to as the poultry barn, but now Heritage Hall at the York Fair in West Manchester Township is home to the brand new Agriculture Education Center. Sales manager of the York Fair, Cody Cashman, says it’s “utterly” unique. “Most fairgrounds don’t have an ag center, so it’s something new we did this year, we really wanted to drive home the ag education part, because kids aren’t getting it anymore in school,” he said. Cashman also […]

  • The Fight Over Fluoridation In PA

    Dr. Joyce Kasunich is a dentist, so she sees first hand the benefit that fluoride can provide, especially for children. “I think fluoride is a great protection for our teeth, to help strengthen our enamel,” she said. Community water fluoridation is supported by major health and science organizations across the country, including the American Dental Association, the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC states that drinking fluoridated water keeps teeth strong and reduces […]

  • Getting back in the game: concussions, migraines can’t hold one York County boy down

    Ryan Harmer was almost benched for life, after suffering 3 concussions in as many years. Frequent Migraines forced the once dedicated student to drop out of school and spend most of his time in a dark, quiet bedroom. However, Ryan’s mom refused to give up and kept searching for someone to help her son. “I was like, you know, you’ll be ok. And he wasn’t. Things really declined quickly,” said Lorri Harmer. After taking her son to see a number […]

  • Endometriosis: 1 in 10 Women Suffer From Invisible Disease

    Amanda Frey was a jovial 16 year old when she was diagnosed with what is referred to as an invisible illness, Endometriosis, a chronic disease that causes debilitating pain. “At times it feels like there’s just a chainsaw going through you non-stop, to the point where it’s in your back and legs, and it’s just non-stop pain,” she said. She isn’t alone. 1 in 10 women in the United States are impacted by the same condition, yet there is little […]

  • Deflating the Social Media Bubble

    Social media was created to connect us to people we otherwise would never have found. However as FOX43’s Amy Lutz reports, some experts say it’s actually doing the opposite by isolating us intellectually and creating a more narrow-minded society. Nicole Montgomery is the Director of Web Communications at York College, so she is very aware at how constant social media can become and how it can be a breeding ground for narrow minded beliefs. “You see only what you want […]

  • New permanent makeup technique is raising eyebrows

    It doesn’t matter if you like them arched, straight, thin or bushy. Eyebrows are an important feature on your face. For various reasons, many women are left without them and are forced to try and draw them on every day. A newer technique is being offered in Lancaster County that promises to give a more permanent solution to the problem. Microblading is an updated, more natural version of the older tattoo method of permanent makeup. Michelle Phillips is a licensed […]

  • Float Therapy comes to York County

    Imagine being able to block everything out around you, to silence your brain, and to become weightless. It’s become a reality, thanks to a new business in York County that offers what’s being called Float Therapy. FOX43’s Amy Lutz went to check it out. John Suprik spent more than 19 years working in a factory and knew it was time for a change. After trying floating just once, he knew he wanted to bring it to the people of York. […]