Jackie De Tore co-anchors FOX43 News First at 4. You can also catch her business, consumer and breaking news reports on FOX43.

Pennsylvania has been Jackie’s home for a few years. Before coming to Central PA, she was a reporter for WNEP in Scranton. Jackie covered everything from the manhunt for accused cop killer Eric Frien to breaking the biggest real estate fraud investigation in the state.

Prior to working in Pennsylvania, Jackie was an anchor/reporter in Bangor, Maine.

A Long Island, New York native, Jackie graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. During her senior year, she was ABC’s “On The Red Carpet” journalist at the 84th Annual Academy Awards. Jackie reported from the Oscar’s red carpet and interviewed stars like Meryl Streep, Tina Fey and, her personal favorite, George Clooney. (He called her great. She’s still not over it.)

When she’s not working, you can find Jackie on the couch immersed in a Netflix marathon, attempting to train her rescue dog Shea or hopelessly rooting for her favorite teams: the Mets and Jets.

A social media addict, Jackie loves connecting with viewers on Twitter and Facebook. If you have a story idea or just want to say hello, give her a follow, like or email at jdetore@fox43.com.

Recent Articles
  • If you were wrongfully charged a sales tax by a popular clothing company, you can get your cash back

    YORK COUNTY, Pa — Several LuLaRoe customers from Pennsylvania say they have been charged a sales tax when buying clothes from the company online. Usually when that happens, they were buying from a consultant out of state. Ashley Hall of Dover, York County says she’s been a loyal LuLaRoe customer for about a year. It’s a company that makes these patterned leggings and are popular online. Recently, she noticed what she says is a sales tax on one of her bills. According […]

  • New law means drivers could soon pay up after PA Turnpike misses out on millions in unpaid tolls

    HARRISBURG, Pa — Thousands of drivers take the Pennsylvania Turnpike everyday. According to the Turnpike Commission spokesman Carl DeFebo, most of those drivers pay a toll, but not everyone follows the rules. “Yes, we understand tolls are going up. That’s not a reason to cheat on your tolls,” said DeFebo Back in October, the Turnpike released the list of 24 companies that the Turnpike says has failed to pay some pretty hefty fines and hundreds of violations. “We think that […]

  • How to get your money back if you’ve fallen victim to a skimming device

    YORK COUNTY, Pa — Some people have reported losing thousands of dollars after crooks got a hold of their banking information from a skimming device. Police say the devices are popping up all over ATM’s and gas pumps across Central Pennsylvania. FOX43 finds out what you can do to protect your money and what police are doing to track down the criminals. The Wright family from Fairview Township, York County know exactly what a skimming device can do. Nikki and […]

  • Planning to go on spring break vacation? Don’t fall for a scam

    YORK COUNTY, Pa — Hanging out on the beach could be an ideal spring break for some of us and it’s no surprise that this relaxation comes with a price tag. Vickie Everhart works for Krouse Travel in York County. She says, too many times, people fall for deals that are way too good to be true. “If you saw it advertised for $299 to go on a cruise, it’s a really good idea to check it out in terms […]

  • Lancaster County woman says she was fooled by scammers and believes you can be too

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa — Kathy Shirk of Neffsville considers herself to be pretty computer savvy. However, she says she was a victim of a tech support scam. Now, she wants to warn people that it can happen to you. “We are so sorry to let you know mam our company is going out of business, that’s the reason why we’re calling you in relation to giving your refund money back.” That`s part of the voicemail Shirk received from a number […]

  • Is your smart TV watching you?

    HARRISBURG, Pa –In today’s fast-paced world, we sometimes want our technology to know what we’re thinking. smart TVs are a step closer to that. Those televisions have application software that let them do more than just change a channel- like connect to the internet, apps or even your phone. Andrew hacker, a cyber security expert at Harrisburg University, says those TVs also keep track of your viewing habits. “What you were clicking, what channels you were watching, how long you […]

  • Don’t fall for these romance scams on Valentine’s Day

    HARRISBURG — Stealing your heart and your cash. That`s what some Pennsylvania officials are worried will happen to people this valentine`s day. “Particularly when we’re lonely and vulnerable, we fall victim to a lot of things,” said Katrina Boyer, the Consumer Outreach Liaison at the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities. She says the days before February 14th is prime time for romance scammers. Think “catfishing,” when someone pretends to be someone they`re not on the internet. The department says there are […]

  • If your information is on this website, cyber security experts say you should opt out

    HARRISBURG, Pa – If you’ve ever googled your name, it’s sometimes funny to see things from your past that will pop up. What if all that information though is on one website and could be found by one click? Andrew Hacker, a cyber security expert at Harrisburg Univerisity, says technology is pretty much there. “Seeing all that information about me in one spot at one time was very scary.” Hacker is talking about FamilyTreeNow.com, a site that claims to be […]

  • When you should hire an accountant to help file your tax return

    YORK, York County — It`s time to search for receipts and dig out all your favorite tax paperwork. With filing season just a few days away, there`s a big decision to make – do you hire an accountant or do you tackle the numbers by yourself. That really depends on your comfort level. “If you have the time to spend to go over everything and understand everything, then you can try to handle it on your own,” said Sean Clark […]