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
  • Candidates encourage you to get out and vote in primary election

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa.– The Church of God in Greene Township, Franklin County is where Doug Mastriano casted his vote early on Tuesday morning for the primary election. Mastriano is the Republican candidate running for State Senate, representing the 33rd District. The race in Franklin County is just one of many local races happening on Tuesday. He and other candidates are encouraging voters to get out and and vote. Mastriano says he is excited, saying so far he’s received a lot […]

  • 47th Annual Greek Festival begins this weekend

    CAMP HILL, Pa.– The 47th Annual Greek Festival in Camp Hill begins this weekend. From entertainment, to baklava, to gyros and more, everyone is Greek for a day at the annual festival! Each year the festival is held at the Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral, at 1000 Yverdon Drive in Camp Hill. The festival has free admission, and begins at 11:00 a.m., on Friday. It runs from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, then from 11:00 a.m. to […]

  • Teenager facing homicide charges after multiple arrests made in York

    YORK, Pa. — York Police made several arrests on Wednesday in a handful of different cases. One of those cases involving a teenager, who is now facing homicide charges. According to police 14-year-old Christopher Johnson is facing homicide charges, and will be tried as an adult. Police say on May 2, the teenager shot and killed Antonio Navarro-Garcia. When Johnson was arrested on Wednesday at an Apartment on Prospect Street, police say they found heroin, cocaine, and over 12-hundred dollars […]

  • Man airlifted to hospital after overnight fire in East Hanover Township

    LEBANON COUNTY, Pa.– A man was airlifted to the hospital after an overnight fire at a wrecking yard. According to emergency dispatch, crews were called to the scene in the first block of Homestead Road in East Hanover Township around 11:49 p.m. and remained at the wrecking yard until the fire was out. State Police Trooper Janssen Herb said that the fire was coming out of the back east side portion of the building, which contained propane and welding equipment, […]

  • Last day to make a claim with Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, part of Survivor Compensation Program

    LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY Pa.– Monday May 13, is the last day for victims of child sex abuse to make a compensation claim with the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg. Victims have had 90 days to make a claim, since the diocese made the announcement back in February. Compensation is set to be offered to eligible survivors on or before, June 28, and is all being handled by an independent firm. The fund was established after the grand jury report […]

  • Tick season in full swing, ways to prevent being bitten by a tick

    YORK COUNTY, Pa.– With summer quickly approaching, that means tick season is upon us. Experts say more ticks are starting to come out, which increases your chance of getting Lyme Disease. According to the Center for Disease Control and their Lyme Disease Map, Pennsylvania ranks as one of the highest reported with cases of Lyme Disease in the Country. Health experts say today, there are a lot more Lyme Disease carrying ticks in our state. The CDC and the PA […]

  • Central PA Horse Rescue works to save and care for neglected horses

    WARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY Pa.– There are over 300 non-profits involved in this years Give Local York. One of those non-profits, a horse farm in Lewisberry works day and night to rescue and save horses from abuse and often death. The owners need all of the help they can get– from donations to volunteers because they are 100% volunteered operated and 100% non-profit. Within the two in a half years of becoming a rescue, Central PA Horse Rescue has saved […]

  • Police searching for hit-and-run suspect who left injured driver, stopped at Royal Farms after crash

    YORK COUNTY Pa.– Police are searching for the suspect in a hit-and-run that left a man injured on the side of Route 30. Around 4:00 a.m. on April 23, police were dispatched to the area of Route 30 Eastbound between Carlisle Road and Kenneth Road for a reported crash. Authorities found that the striking vehicle was traveling eastbound on Route 30 when it struck the rear of another vehicle that was traveling in the left lane. The striking vehicle, described […]

  • Car lovers kick off Spring Carlisle on Thursday

    CARLISLE, Pa.– Spring is in full swing, and that means cars for many collectors and automotive lovers. One of the largest vehicle flea markets kicks off on Thursday with thousands of vendors, buyers, and sellers, looking for all things cars! You don’t have to be in search of something special, it’s a weekend long event for the entire family. The Public Relations Manager with Carlisle Events, Mike Garland says people travel hundreds of miles to come to the event every […]

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