Hi everyone! I’m the weekend anchor at FOX43. You can tune in to watch the news with me every Saturday & Sunday night at 10. If you do, you’ll be watching a local lady with more than a decade of experience!

I grew up in Biglerville, PA, which is in Adams County. I graduated from Biglerville High School, then attended York College. I graduated with a degree in Mass Communications.

In 1998, I joined the FOX43 family as an assignment editor. That position helped prepare me to be a reporter in our Harrisburg Bureau. From there I moved into the main newsroom in York and then, after several years, I became the weekend anchor.

As a reporter, I’ve covered happy stories, heartbreaking ones too, and everything in between. I was in Lancaster County for the Amish School shootings, Harrisburg for the hit & run trial of former State Rep. Tom Druce, and in Washington, D.C. for the Inauguration of President Obama. I’ve traveled from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to State College to gather information for you, and I’ve loved every minute of it!

As the weekend anchor, it’s my job to make sure the entire newscast is complete and correct for you. I check and double check every story before sitting down at the anchor desk.

When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family. I’m blessed to have a happy and very active five year old son and a two year old daughter. They keep me and my husband busy! I also enjoy running and teaching fitness classes at my gym.

Recent Articles
  • Driver shears utility pole in York County; police say crash is DUI related

    DOVER TOWNSHIP, York County, Pa.– The Northern York County Regional Police Department is investigating a crash that closed part of East Canal Road on Sunday night. The crash happened just before 9:00 p.m. on East Canal, between Fox Run Road and Cardinal Lane, very close to the police department. The driver crashed into a utility pole, causing it to snap. The SUV flipped on to its side before coming to a rest. According to the police department’s Twitter account, the […]

  • Irish festivities draw crowd in Lancaster even after St. Patrick’s Day

    LANCASTER, Pa.–  Irish themed establishments in Lancaster carried on St. Patrick’s Day traditions on Sunday at the annual King Street Seisiun. The block party featured live music, Irish dancers, traditional food and beer. Annie Bailey’s Irish Pub tells FOX43 the event was made possible by the community and local businesses coming together. “So this is kind of like the cap to our St. Paddy’s Day weekend. It’s a great community event, it’s a great way for us to engage with […]

  • Celebrity memorabilia auction raises money for children’s books at local library

    YORK, Pa,– Children in York will have new books to read, thanks to money raised at Martin Library on Sunday. The library held its 20th Annual Celebrity Auction, where a variety of celebrity memorabilia was put on the auction block. Items like football helmets autographed by NFL quarterback Tony Romo and CD’s signed by singer Taylor Swift, were up for grabs. “They get to see the library in a different way and that they can get items that you don’t […]

  • York County man accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting 15-year old girl

    CARLISLE, Cumberland County, Pa.– A York County man is facing charges, after state police say he repeatedly forced himself on a teenage girl. Troopers with the Carlisle Barracks arrested 42-year old Robert Snedeker of Hanover and say he sexually assaulted a 15-year old girl multiple times. Snedeker is charged with Statutory Sexual Assault and Corruption of Minors. He waived his preliminary hearing and will be arraigned next month.

  • CDC: Opioid addiction can start in just days

    ATLANTA, Ga.– Doctors who limit the supply of opioids they prescribe to three-days or less, may help patients avoid the dangers of dependence and addiction. Researchers with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looked at a sample of patients from health insurers and managed care plans, specifically examining opioid use among patients not being treated for cancer. They found the odds of long-term opioid use increased sharply after five-days of taking the drugs. Also, the rate of long-term opioid use […]

  • 12-hours no match York County high school students at Mini-Thon

    SPRINGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, York County, Pa.– Students danced the day away at Central York High School on Saturday. The school held its 6th Annual 12-hour Mini-Thon to raise money for the Four Diamonds Fund. It provides money for children being treated for cancer at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. “Once you come one year, you’re going to come the rest, it’s just how it works. People that come when they are seniors, they regret not coming the year before. It’s a great thing […]

  • Lebanon County man celebrates 100th birthday!

    MYERSTOWN, Lebanon County, Pa.– A special milestone was celebrated in Lebanon County on Saturday. Stephen Holubec became a Centenarian! From the Great Depression, to World War II, he says in his 100 years, he’s seen a lot of things change, but that he hasn’t changed a bit! So, what are his secrets to longevity? “Hard work. Hard work plus exercise,” Holubec said. Those who know Stephen say he is as sharp as ever. We wish him a very happy 100th birthday!

  • Fallen firefighter honored during Harrisburg St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    HARRISBURG, Pa.– Somber moments during the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Harrisburg on Saturday. Dozens of firefighters and uniformed personnel marched in the parade in honor of Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Lt. Dennis DeVoe. The show of support came after the city’s Bureau of Fire sent out an open invitation to march with them in his honor. Each fire truck was draped with black bunting and also had a sign marking DeVoe’s last alarm, March 11, 2017. The evening before, […]

  • Lancaster County woman says police are targeting her family after arrests

    LITITZ, Lancaster County, Pa.– A Lancaster County woman is speaking out, and plans to take legal action, after her family was recently arrested. Michelle Stauffer of Lititz, says she, her husband, and son are being targeted by the Lititz Police Department. According to Stauffer, the department has been focused on them ever since an incident last year. She says in December 2016, officers responded to her residence for a disturbance. While police were inside her home, Stauffer says she was […]