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
  • Shady Maple prepares 3-foot Whoopie Pie, for a good cause

    LANCASTER, Pa.– If the original Whoopie Pie doesn’t satisfy your cravings and your looking for something bigger– look no further than Shady Maple. Shady Maple is getting ready for their Whoopie Pie Festival in September, and will be auctioning off several 3-foot Whoopie Pies! The money raised in the auction will go to support a local charity. Shady Maple will be announcing which charity very soon, as well as more information regarding their Whoopie Pie Festival. The most recent 3-foot […]

  • Police investigating after a man is kidnapped then shot at Super 8 Motel in York County

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Police are investigating an early morning Wednesday shooting at the Super 8 Motel in Manchester Township that left a 20-year-old Hanover man injured. Officials say the man was abducted from a home in Hanover during a home invasion and then taken to the motel. Officials say three men abducted the 20-year-old while trying to locate his brother. After they brought him to the Super 8 Motel they took him up to the third floor, where they […]

  • Nuclear Regulatory Commission to hold public meeting in Swatara Township on TMI closure plan

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will be holding a public meeting on Tuesday, to discuss the decommissioning report for Three Mile Island. The focus of Tuesday’s session will be on Unit One. The decommissioning process is going to take some time. TMI’s owner, Exelon, will have 60 years to do so. The bulk of the process isn’t set to begin until 2078. The long term plan does come with fewer precautions– meaning the amount of radioactive material will […]

  • Straws and Stripes Music Fest at Vineyard at Hershey giving back to local veterans

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– You can sip on some wine or beer, and enjoy some food and music, all while giving back to local veterans at the Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey on Saturday. The Straws and Stripes Music Festival features 3 Doors Down, Tonic, Ben Gallaher, and Gentleman’s East. A portion of all ticket sales will go to benefit the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association, and you can even catch them at the event! The group is made up of local […]

  • Beat the heat with these cool tips

    RED LION, Pa.– With extreme heat reaching out area, temperatures rising to the mid-90’s, and high humidity — you might want to take some measures to help keep yourself cool over the next few days. The best way to keep cool, is to stay indoors with air condition. If you can’t do that, and you wan’t to be by the pool or splash pad you should be drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated. Officials say to drink plenty of […]

  • Your Three Mile Island decommissioning questions answered in Tuesday Webinar

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will be answering your questions regarding the shut down of Three Mile Island on Tuesday in a webinar. The commission is holding a webinar to discuss TMI’s decommissioning process and to talk about how it will be regulated. The decommissioning report outlines a plan for the closure. During the webinar you’ll be able to write in and ask questions throughout the discussion, however you must preregister to be involved. The announcement confirming the […]

  • Changes in Southbound lane traffic along route-222 in Lancaster County work zone

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– PennDOT just altered the traffic pattern along US-222 in Lancaster County late on Wednesday night. Drivers will now be driving in the left Southbound single lane instead of the right, like they have been since construction started over a month ago. The change is in place between Glenwood Drive and Pleasant Valley Road. PennDOT says drivers may experience slower traffic patterns on Thursday as they make changes to the work zone like placing new barriers, roadblocks, and […]

  • College tuition costs for PA state owned universities to be voted on today

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — For more than 10 years tuition costs for Pennsylvania’s 14-state owned universities have gone up. The State System of Higher Education is expected to vote on tuition costs for the upcoming academic year on Wednesday. The 2017-2018 academic school year saw a 3.5% increase with tuition costing full time in-state undergrads $7,492 a semester. In 2008 students paid $5,358 a semester, and today that number is now getting closer to $8,000. The highest increase according to the […]

  • Sinkhole opens up in field in Palmyra

    LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. — A sinkhole has opened up in Palmyra. It’s located in a retention base behind the residential area of MacIntosh Crossing, near East Spruce Street and North Forge Road. Officials from the MacIntosh development group say the sinkhole is about 20-feet deep and is the second sinkhole that’s formed in the retention base. They filled in the first one in about three months ago. Recently, sinkholes have been common, and this isn’t the only one Palmyra is […]

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