Born and raised near Bucks County Pennsylvania, Bryanna Gallagher is so happy to be back in her home state!

Bryanna joined the Fox 43 Morning News Team in July 2018 as a Reporter.

Before moving back to PA, Bryanna was the weeknight anchor and producer for Fox 40 News in Binghamton NY. At her time there she covered the pregnancy of the infamous April the Giraffe who made national headlines, and even met her baby calf! Bryanna also worked closely with local police/fire officials, and introduced new or undiscovered locally owned and operated businesses to the community. She graduated from the Klein College of Media and Communication at Temple University in Philadelphia with a degree in Journalism. Bryanna enjoyed spending several years in the city of Brotherly Love, especially cheering on her favorite teams… #FlyEaglesFly!

Bryanna is excited to be living in Central Pennsylvania, and encourages you to reach out with your favorite local spots— especially if they include ice-cream!!

If you have a story idea you’d like to share with Bryanna, she would love to hear from you! You can email her at You can also catch her on Facebook: @BryannaGallagherTV and Twitter: @BGallagherTV.

Recent Articles
  • York County Commissioners to discuss what can be done to make things smoother for 2020 elections

    YORK, Pa. — York County Commissioners will hold an election debrief regarding last week’s elections. This comes after the county experienced several problems with the new voting machines. A handful of counties had some issues rolling out the new voting machines, but York especially left voters frustrated and concerned for the 2020 elections. Voters are expected to turn out in large numbers and they county knows that for 2020. Polling locations with just one ballot scanner caused paper feeding issues, […]

  • Bailey Coach and local organizations say thank you to Veterans with annual trip

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Bailey Coach and local veteran organizations are saying thank you to the men and women who served our country with the 4th Annual ‘All Vets Trip’. Several hundred veterans and their guests boarded buses at the York Fairgrounds and rolled out at 7 a.m., Tuesday morning. 13 buses transported everyone to the Marine Corps Museum for the day in Quantico Virginia, for free. A welcome home is planned for the vets return back to the York […]

  • Bride says “yes” to the dress during free wedding gown giveaway to veterans

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– A local bridal boutique in Lancaster County is giving back to Military and first responder brides in honor of Veterans Day. Tiffany Rupert, the Owner of Tiffany’s Bridal Boutique is giving away free wedding gowns, as their way of saying thank you for your service. Today, the fianceé of a veteran and future bride from Chester County said “yes” to the dress at the boutique! Jacqueline Knotts had gotten married to her fiance, Zack, about five years […]

  • Local hero giving back to other heroes, with free wedding dresses in honor of Veterans Day

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — A local bridal boutique in Lancaster County is giving back to Military and first responder brides in honor of Veterans Day. Tiffany’s Bridal Boutique is giving away free wedding gowns, their way of saying thank you for your service. Tiffany Rupert, the Owner is a veteran herself. She severed in the U.S. Navy from 2004, until 2008 in Sand Diego. She said after 9/11 she really wanted to do something for our country, so she decided […]

  • York County Board of Elections to start official count from Tuesday’s election

    YORK, Pa. — The York County Board of Elections will meet on Friday to start the official count from Tuesdays election. Tuesdays election brought many problems at several polling locations, transitioning to the new voting machines. Results have yet to be posted on the County website. Polling places were experiencing a handful of issues with paper feeding into the voting machines causing long lines and frustration at the polls. Voters also expressing their concern over privacy issues while using the […]

  • Election Day 2019: New voting machines and other important information to know before heading to the polls

    PENNSYLVANIA– It’s Election Day! Of course, there is some important information you need to know before heading to the polls. Pennsylvanians have been encouraged by Acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar to visit VotesPA’s website to confirm their registration status, verify their voting district, locate their polling place, and more, including: Confirming voter registration status and voting district information Locating their polling place and get directions Finding contact information for their county election office Viewiwng a demonstration video of the voting system that […]

  • Election Day 2019: Marsy’s Law for crime victims rights to be on ballot, but not certified until lawsuit is resolved

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — Voters that head to the polls across the Commonwealth on Tuesday are going to see a question on their ballot regarding Marsy’s Law. The question will ask voters whether the state constitution should be amended to include crime victims rights, however the results won’t be certified until a lawsuit is resolved. The lawsuit was filed on the referendum last month. The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania granted an injunction — which will not allow the votes to […]

  • Pennsylvania Turnpike to go cashless by 2021, impacting nearly 600 employees

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. —  A big change is coming to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The PA Turnpike tolling system will be completely cashless within the next two years, by the fall of 2021. Once the change is implemented, in-lane or onsite payment will no longer be accepted anywhere along the 552-mile tollway. The $129 million project will cause 600 turnpike employees to lose their jobs. “We recognize that customers pay a premium to travel the Turnpike, and for that reason we […]

  • Two cars become stuck on flooded road in South Londonderry Township

    LEBANON COUNTY, Pa.– A portion of South Lingle Road in South Londonderry Township was closed on Friday due to flooding. South Londonderry Township Police said they set up barriers shutting down the road from North Side Drive to Oatfield Drive, just before 9:00 p.m., on Thursday. They said they closed it before the rain even started because the area is prone to floods. Two cars were left stranded in the middle of South Lingle Road, one was towed while the […]

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