Raised in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami, Florida, I am now happy to call Central Pennsylvania home! I am a Pennsylvania State University graduate and have worked as a reporter at various national magazines and newspapers in New York City.

After nearly 6 years of working in print journalism, I decided to make a change and switch careers to broadcasting. I was fortunate enough to land a job at FOX43-WPMT! In January 2017 I started in production part-time to get my foot in the door, learned the ropes of TV reporting on the side, helped out everywhere in between and worked my way up to Reporter/ Multimedia Journalist one year later.

When I am not covering news, you can find me spending time with my family, running, traveling and going anywhere with a beach when I am able! I am an animal lover and have a rescue cat & dog, who I refer to as my ‘fur babies’…cant image my life without them!

Have a story you want to share or a news tip? Give me a shout! You can email me at: Jcarbonare@fox43.com

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Recent Articles
  • York residents desperate for change after two homicides in a week

    YORK, Pa. — After two homicides in two days in the city of York, community members say they want to see changes in their neighborhoods. 23-year-old L.A. Truvillion was shot and killed last night – just two miles away from where 20-year-old Philip Banks Jr. was killed Monday. “The violence definitely needs to stop,” said Destiny Richardson. That’s the feeling that many living in the city of York are expressing — after two men are shot in killed in two separate homicides — in […]

  • Community remembers 20-year-old shooting victim from York

    YORK, Pa. — Friends and family came together Tuesday in York to remember a man who was killed in what police are calling a targeted shooting. 20-year-old Philip Banks Jr. of York, was shot and killed in the first block of North Franklin Street. The shooting happened at 4 p.m. on Monday afternoon, outside of a home in broad daylight. Family and friends gathered at the scene Tuesday placing balloons, candles, and messages on the sidewalk, in his memory. One of […]

  • Officials warn boaters of flood water debris dangers following above-average rainfall

    LOWER WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — With rain showers, comes fast-moving water, putting boaters who choose to brave the conditions in some serious danger.  “Right now we are dealing with some large debris,” said Jason Angle, Long Level Marina. Jason Angle with Long Level Marina on Clarke Lake along the Susquehanna River in York County has been out all day reminding customers of the risks. “We are at 108 thousand cubic feet of water per second going through here […]

  • Pennsylvania State Police warn drivers as flood concerns increase

    PENNSYLVANIA — With even more rainfall expected to come down this weekend, Pennsylvania State Police are cracking down on drivers who attempt to drive through flooded areas. “Water is incredibly deceptive and very very powerful,” said chief Matthew Baily, Susquehanna Township EMS. “If you see a barricade or if you see standing water or you see moving water do not drive through it,” Trooper Brent Miller. It`s called the ‘Turn Around, Don`t Drown’ law and if you fail to follow it, […]

  • Central PA homeowners experiencing water in their basements due to heavy rainfall

    YORK TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Spring showers may be great for flowers, but for homeowners in flood-prone areas it’s a whole different story. “I’ve had homeowners cry in front of me because they just got done a week ago putting $30,0000 into a remodel job and it flooded,” said Denny Cottrell, owner at Cottrell Basement Waterproofing. Denny Cottrell with Cottrell Basement Waterproofing says he’s been getting a lot of calls lately asking to get a sump pump installed. The pump, which […]

  • Two Cumberland County antique shops targeted by a string of thefts

    CARLISLE, Pa. –Two antique shops in Cumberland County are left shorthanded after someone stole thousands of dollars worth of antique jewelry. ‘NorthGate Antiques` in North Middleton Township and `Bedford Street Antique Shop’ in Carlisle were both burglarized earlier this month on Sunday, May 6th. “I asked him if he needed any help and he was standing in the middle of the first isle and he just kind of looked me up and down, so I just kind of stood there […]

  • York Township polling location opens with some problems

    YORK TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Polling places are no strangers to election day issues. For voters at ‘Lion’s Pride Restaurant’ in York Township, many weren’t too happy after they were told voting machine card readers were down for about an hour Tuesday morning. “The machines weren’t up and running until around 7:30 a.m. this morning,” Said Glen J. Smith,  solicitor, York County Board of Elections. “We had provisional ballots there, however it’s been policy that we have 10 per party […]

  • Family and friends of Harrisburg boating victims urge city officials to make a change

    HARRISBURG, Pa. –Family and friends of 3-year-old Madelyn Binkley and her mother, 25-year-old Mary Bredbenner, who died in a boating accident Monday night, are urging the city of Harrisburg to take action. Both were tragically were killed after their boat capsized in the Susquehanna river in Harrisburg. They were on the boat with Cody Binkley, Mary’s fiance’ and Madelyn’s father — he was the only survivor. His grandmother, Joelene Windle, tells FOX43 that Binkley was not familiar with that part of […]

  • Harrisburg vet uses water therapy to help paralyzed dog learn to walk again

    WEST HANOVER TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — A Harrisburg veterinarians office is helping to heal injured dogs using water and treadmill. It`s called ‘Hydrotherapy’ and you may have heard of it before, but it`s not just for humans anymore. ‘Bronson,’ a 4-year-old beagle, who was paralyzed in her hind legs after a back injury in December, is learning to walk again. “I didn`t ever see her walking and just every time we would bring her home from therapy she`d just […]