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
  • The PA Auto Show returns to Harrisburg this weekend

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Auto Show is back in Harrisburg this weekend! With over 600 cars, SUVs, trucks, motorcycles, ATVs, boats, and more, there is something for the whole family to check out. Doors open to the auto show at the PA Farm Show Complex on Friday and Saturday at 10:00 a.m., and close at 9:00 p.m. Sunday the last day of the auto show, runs from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at a discounted […]

  • Volunteers working to survey homeless population in York City

    York, Pa. — With colder temperatures and winter definitely here, volunteers are working diligently to find out how many people are homeless in York. Starting on Wednesday with the sheltered homeless population, the Assistant Director of York County Human Services Department, Jessica Mockabee said volunteers went around to shelters in the area to gather numbers there first. On Thursday volunteers then directed their focus to unsheltered homeless people. She said the survey can be pretty long–  they will ask people […]

  • Lawmakers advocating to fight human trafficking in the Commonwealth

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Lawmakers are joining together at the capitol on Wednesday to break down a series of new bills to fight human trafficking in Pennsylvania. Majority Leader and Lancaster County Rep. Bryan Cutler will lead a large group of republicans at the capitol. The human trafficking bills would prevent defendants from using a victims past sexual history as evidence, they would also allow more expert testimony for trafficking cases, and they would give harsher penalties to anyone who tries […]

  • PA Farm Show Calving Corner introduces hands on STEM activity for visitors

    HARRISBURG Pa., — It’s STEM day at the PA Farm Show, with a variety of interactive activities available for farm show guests on Monday. To help guests learn more about the importance of farming, hands on technology related activities will be at the Calving Corner so show visitors the evolution of technology and how farmers are using it. The Whitaker Center has designed a simple robotic milking system, which helps farmers milk cows and use their time more efficiently. Those […]

  • Food Court opens Friday to kick off the 2020 PA Farm Show

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — The PA Farm Show is back, celebrating its 104th year with the food court opening on Friday, January 3 at noon! Free parking is being offered for one day only, just to celebrate the grand opening of the food court. The 2020 PA Farm Show will go into full swing with events, over 6,000 animals, nearly 300 PA vendors, education, and of course food on Saturday, January 4. Food vendors were up early preparing to open up […]

  • Santa’s reindeer preparing for Christmas at Hersheypark

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– Santa’s reindeer are preparing for the big day at Hersheypark. Reindeer specialist, Denise Snyder, says that every year, Santa’s reindeer take a little break from the North Pole and head to Hersheypark. “As soon as they hit Hersheypark Drive out there, they start kicking… They know where they are,” Snyder says. Check them out in the clip above.

  • Hanover High School threat that postponed school play deemed not credible

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Update, Saturday, 10 p.m.:  According to the Hanover Public School District’s website, police have deemed the threat as not credible. According to the post, Sunday’s 2:00 p.m. show will honor tickets that were supposed to be for Saturday night’s show. Original Story: Hanover High School canceled their Saturday night’s musical performance of the ‘Lion King Jr.’, after the district found out about threats made towards the high school on social media. Hanover Public School District posted […]

  • 96.1 SOX Toys for Tots challenge hoping to collect over 7,000 toys for for kids this Christmas

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — It’s that time of year again, Santa D has returned to the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge collecting toys for kids this Christmas. It’s the fifth year for the 96.1 SOX Toys for Tots five day Challenge. “Santa D” also known as Bobby D broadcasts live from the Columbia side of the Columbia Wrightsville Bridge on Route 462. He’s there collecting donations all week long– that’s 24 hours/day! People can donate unwrapped toys on the Columbia side, and they […]

  • Avoid a Blue Christmas this year with some helpful holiday scam tips

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — With Christmas less than three weeks away, holiday shopping is in full swing this season. Spending money around the holidays also can increase the risk if getting scammed by hackers. According to AARP holiday scams are often related to shopping, especially online. Nothing makes you feel like you’re having a blue Christmas than dealing with the stress of scammers and potentially not having the gifts you wanted for your loved ones. Cyber criminals are extra busy […]

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