I’ve been slingin’ in the news game for 16 years. I interned with FOX43 and started working part-time studio crew while still in college. I was heavy into the sports scene in the early years, shooting local high school, college and professional sports, local racing and travelling to shoot stories on Indy car racing, NASCAR, Phillies and Orioles baseball, Penn State and NFL Football, even some Bowl games and Super Bowl XXXV, and helping produce the weekly Sunday Sports Live for a few years.

I switched to the news side almost 10 years ago and currently run the Assignment Desk. I’ve always been into news, and my job is the best fit for me- I’m nosy by nature and I get to boss people around!

It means a lot to me to be plugged in and doing this job where I was raised in Central PA. I graduated from Eastern York High School and York College, and except for my stint in the Army between high school and college, have lived my whole life right here in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. My family has deep roots here.

I enjoy the outdoors and coach baseball and soccer in my (increasingly sparse) free time.

Recent Articles
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    Contract workers at TMI, Peach Bottom laid off

    HARRISBURG, PA. — According to notices filed with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Exelon Corp. has laid off over 200 workers at Three Mile Island Nuclear Station in Dauphin County and Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station in York County. The employees are contract workers, who perform maintenance and janitorial services. Communications Manager David Marcheskie says the workers were employed through Aptim Services and Excelon switched the contract to Allied Power Systems. “Exelon Generation is now working with Allied […]

  • Woman charged with arson after burning bible in West York

    WEST YORK BOROUGH, Pa. — A woman is facing arson charges after police say she set fire to a Bible behind a warehouse. Police say they were called to the 1400 block of Monroe Street after a report of a group of juveniles reportedly set a fire and then ran away. Firefighters arrived and quickly put the fire out. They found the burning items were a Bible and a bottle of lighter fluid. A witness pointed to a woman walking […]

  • Franklin County heroin arrests

    CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Franklin County Drug Task Force announcing several arrests today for heroin related offenses. The following people were arrested for criminal attempt to possess a controlled substance: 1. Traci Horner, Hagerstown, MD. 2. Stephen Munson, Smithsburg, MD. 3. Shane Kelly, Hagerstown, MD. 4. Johnathon Smalls, Chambersburg, PA. 5. Bishop Shaffer, Chambersburg, PA. The defendants were arraigned by MDJ Pentz and jailed on $10,000 bail. J. Smalls was jailed on $15,000 bail. The arrests occurred within the borough of […]

  • Richard Spencer denied request to speak at Penn State

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — The President of the National Policy Institute President will not speak at Penn State this fall. PSU President Eric Barron issued a letter this morning, citing Richard Spencer’s controversial views and more importantly, the possibility of violence, like the recent events in Charlottesville, VA, as reasons the request has been denied. Here’s Barron’s letter in its entirety: In light of the recent violence and tragedy in Charlottesville, Penn State has evaluated a request for Richard Spencer, who […]

  • Woman punched in face in Laundromat dispute

    SPRING GARDEN TWP., York County, Pa. — A dispute over a washing machine ended with a woman being punched in the face. It happened around 6:52 p.m. Sunday at the Randolph Park Laundromat on the 1700 block of South Queen Street. Police say a verbal dispute over a washing machine escalated, with one customer removing another customer’s laundry from the machine. The customer punched the victim in the face for removing her laundry from the machine, and left the store.  The […]

  • Leaking glass calls Cumberland Co. firefighters to PPG Plant

    Update on Vitro Architectural Glass fire

    SOUTH MIDDLETON Twp., Cumberland County, Pa. — Specialists and engineers continue working to  restore utility service at the Vitro Architectural Glass facility that suffered a fire last week, according to a company spokesman. The hope is to resume off-line production, such as residential insulating glass unit and glass coating lines. The employee taken to the hospital for observation after suffering smoke inhalation was released and returned to work the following day. In the meantime, the company is working to minimize disruption […]

  • Hotel employee accused of stealing over $1100

    SWATARA TWP., Dauphin County, Pa. — An employee of the Comfort Inn on Milroy Road in Swatara Twp is charged with theft. Kristen Shuey allegedly stole $1197.38. She faces theft by unlawful taking charges.

  • Accused dealer had heroin stash in his sock at Ephrata Walmart

    LANCASTER, Pa. —  An alleged Harlem-based heroin dealer was recently caught bringing bulk heroin to Lancaster County, according to the Lancaster County Drug Task Force. Jose L. Ulloa, 45, was arrested on Aug. 16 at the parking lot of Walmart in Ephrata. Detectives say they found 50 grams, nearly 2 ounces, of bulk heroin inside a sock in an overnight bag. (Bulk heroin is not broken down and bagged for small-dose sales.) Ulloa was arraigned the next morning on two felony […]

  • Police: Driver was DUI when pedestrian struck

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — A man was struck by a car while crossing 2nd Street Sunday morning, and the driver who struck him them tried to flee the scene. It happened around 10:18 a.m. at 2nd and Chestnut St. Witnesses told police the victim was hit so hard he was airborne. The victim was found lying unconscious on the pavement, partially underneath a parked vehicle. Officers searched the area and found the striking vehicle, a dark colored Buick, abandoned on the 100 […]