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 sweet one year old daughter. They keep me and my husband busy! I also enjoy running and teaching fitness classes at my gym.

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    Victim of car crash and shooting in York has died

    UPDATE: According to the York County Coroner’s office, the male victim of Sunday night’s shooting and car crash has died. The coroner’s office was called to York Hospital, where the Ryan Small, 22, of York, was pronounced dead. Around 9:00 Sunday night, the man was involved in a head-on car crash on West Princess Street in the city. When police got to the scene they realized he was suffering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen and he was rushed to […]

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    Keeping the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. alive in York

    YORK, Pa.– In honor of the Martin Luther King, Junior holiday weekend, a special dinner was held in York on Sunday. The 5th Annual Martin Luther King, Junior America’s Sunday Supper took place at Lincoln Charter School and was led by Mayor Kim Bracey. The thought-provoking event honored the legacy of Doctor King. People came together to share a meal, view a community film and join in on the conversation, which was focused on unity. “It’s about us as individuals […]

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    “Churning” the Farm Show butter sculpture into energy

    HARRISBURG, Pa.– After being on display at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show, the showcased butter sculpture will now be used for conservation. Reinford Farms will convert the 1,100 lb. sculpture into renewable energy to help power its dairy farm. “This amount of butter will create enough energy to power three to four homes for the next twenty days as it uses up the energy the butter has in it,” says dairy farmer Brett Reinford. As the temperature rose and the […]

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    Driver in custody after crashing into house in York County

    SHREWSBURY, York County, Pa. — A driver was arrested, after crashing their car into a house in Southern York County. It happened just after midnight Sunday, on the 500-block of South Main Street in Shrewsbury. Photos released by the Shrewsbury Volunteer Fire Company show the major damage caused when the Toyota sedan hit the building. Fire crews say when they arrived, the driver was already in police custody. One person was inside the building, on the second floor, when the […]

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    FestivICE brings hundreds to York for a winter wonderland

    YORK, Pa.– We saw a few flurries across our area on Saturday, but it didn’t compare to the winter wonderland at York’s FestivIce event. People packed the downtown streets to enjoy all things ice! It’s the main attraction for the event and attendees got to see sculptors in action making their chilly creations. While it looks like a really tough job, some of the artists say it’s not as rough as it seems. “There’s no kickback in ice. We don’t […]

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    Presidential wax figures sold to the highest bidder

    GETTYSBURG, Adams County, Pa.–  It was a packed house on Saturday at the the 1863 Inn of Gettysburg in Adams County. The ballroom was standing room only, as people tried to get a deal on some literal pieces of history.  The crowd was bidding on wax figures and memorabilia that was once part of the display at the Gettysburg Hall of Presidents and First Ladies Museum. For nearly 60-years, the museum operated in the small town and in the end, featured […]

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    Lancaster based group meets to inspire change in community

    LANCASTER, Pa.– In Lancaster, an organization that was created in response to Donald Trump’s upcoming presidency, held its third mass meeting on Saturday. Hundreds turned out for the event hosted by #LancasterStandsUp. The group has been meeting since the presidential election took place back in November. Organizers say the meetings are designed for the public to focus on how residents can take action to stand up and protect important community values. Things like dignity and respect for all people in […]

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    Morning fire extinguished quickly in Lancaster County

    WEST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, Lancaster County, Pa.– Fire crews in Lancaster County worked to quickly put out a fire early Saturday morning. It broke out around 4:00 a.m. at a mobile home on Marietta Avenue in West Hempfield Township. The fire chief says when firefighters arrived, they saw flames on the front side of the home. They were able to quickly extinguish the fire. There’s no word on any injuries or the cause of the fire. The Rohrerstown, Mountville, Columbia and […]

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    Two adults killed in York County crash; alcohol was a factor

    NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP, York County, Pa.– A head-on crash in York County claims the lives of two people on Saturday evening. It happened around 5:00 p.m. on Old Trail Road near Stevens Road in Newberry Township. Two adults were killed. Another three people, ages 69, 14  and 13 were taken to York Hospital with serious injuries. A 5-year old was flown to Penn State Hershey Medical Center, also suffering serious injuries. Police are still investigating the cause, and say alcohol was a […]