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 and fur babies. I enjoy taking my adorable labradoodle pup on walks, running, traveling and going to the beach when I am able!

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Recent Articles
  • York woman is breaking barriers and changing the face of auto repair

    YORK, Pa. — “I go home, I’m black, I take my shoes off at the porch because I can`t bring them into the house, I get antifreeze and oil in my hair,” said Jasmine Rivera, Vellons owner and operator. 40-year-old Jasmine Rivera has a passion for fixing things and helping people out. And that`s just what she does at ‘Vellons’, an auto repair shop in York. Rivera started at ‘Vellons’ as a secretary when she overheard a customer being turned away […]

  • Cumberland County couple gets wrong card back at restaurant and unknowingly charges it

    HAMPDEN TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — It`s the one thing you don`t think will ever happen. A Cumberland County couple who wishes to remain anonymous went to the new Gilligan’s location on Carslile Pike, only to come back home with the wrong Members First debit card. “It was just crazy busy, and we went to pay, it took a little bit but we were understanding, we left not thinking anything of it,” added receiver of wrong card. She says in […]

  • Cumberland County couple claims Mariner East 2 Pipeline construction is contaminating their water

    UPPER FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — Rolph and Dorris Blume have 60 acres of farmland where the Mariner East 2 Pipeline is currently under construction in Cumberland County. He and his wife have been fighting the project for over a year and now their worst fears have come true. He says the well on his property is contaminated due to pipeline construction. “It`s just terrible stuff and you can`t imagine what it`s like until you actually try it,” said […]

  • York man dedicates his life to keeping neighborhood streets clean

    YORK, Pa. — 58-year-old Ron Boyd volunteers 3 hours of his day, every day, cleaning his neighborhood on South Beaver and West Princess Streets in York. “Just like you run your household, you want your street that you live on to look right,” said Ron Boyd, York street sweeper. “I start at 6:00 a.m. in the morning and then I won`t finish until 9:00 p.m. until I know the street is done and until I am satisfied,” he added. Rain […]

  • Verizon customers in West Manchester Township upset after construction workers accidentally cut cables

    WEST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Hundreds of Verizon customers in West Manchester Township may be without a landline and internet for the next few days. “I’m very unhappy about that,” said Evelyn Szala. After a Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania construction crew working on a gas line that will be servicing the new UPMC Pinnacle Memorial Hospital building on Loucks Road hit some underground Verizon cables, customers like Evelyn Szala are being told their landline phones will not be […]

  • PA State Police mounted patrol units prepare for Super Bowl crowds in Philadelphia

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Corporal Carrie Neidigh has been training horses to be  a part of a State Police mounted patrol unit ahead of Super Bowl celebrations in Philadelphia this Sunday. “If it’s a close game, we’ll probably be in the saddle a lot sooner, if it’s a game that seems kind of a blow out either way, we may not get into the saddle until the fourth quarter,” Cpl. Carrie Neidigh, supervisor of tactical mounted section for Pennsylvania […]

  • PA dreamer speaks out about DACA

    PENNSYLVANIA — 22-year-old Merced Ramirez came to the United States from Mexico when he was just 4-years-old. “When my family came here to the United States, it was for pursuing a better education so that we could have a better future,” said Merced Ramirez, Dreamer. At a young age he realized his opportunities were limited, after he tried to apply for a teen summer program and needed a social security number. “So I go home and for the next 3-4 […]

  • Pipeline protesters in Lancaster County take action in light of recent oil spills

    CONESTOGA TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Driving down River Corner Road in Conestoga Township, Lancaster County, you’ll find pipeline construction workers and protestors singing in white hazmat suits. “As a local community, we have committed to continuing to show our resistance through peaceful non-violent, creative mass actions,” said Mark Clatterbuck, Co-founder of Lancaster Against Pipelines. Clatterbuck says he and other members of ‘Lancaster Against Pipelines’ have been fighting the construction for nearly 4 years. “We have tried every means available […]

  • Community gathers for special ceremony honoring Deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Hill

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — It was a moving public memorial service in honor of Deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Hill, who dedicated his life to keeping the community safe and paid the ultimate sacrifice. “We just wanted to show our support for the military, because he was an army ranger, for his family, and to let his family know that we’re here for them,” Maria Slabonik, member of The Guardian Knights Motorcycle Club of Central PA. Hundreds of family, […]