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
  • Senate hearing scheduled regarding statute of limitation reform bills for victims of sexual abuse

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — On Wednesday the Senate is scheduled to hold a meeting in Harrisburg regarding a series of statute of limitation reform bills. Prior to the October 2 hearing, victims and survivors of sexual assault were invited to share their stories. The State’s Victim Advocate, Jennifer Storm, will be presenting the stories to lawmakers at the hearing. The Senate Judiciary Committee will also hear from Catholic leaders, and constitutional law experts. In March, State Representative Mark Rozzi came to […]

  • The capitol kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month as the fountain goes pink for a symbol of hope

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the commonwealth will be spreading hope and awareness all month long. The capitol fountain will be pink starting on Tuesday, and will remain pink until the end of the month. Members from PA Breast Cancer Coalition say the pink fountain is a symbol of hope for all of the survivors across Pennsylvania. But it’s also a way to remind women about early detection and how important it is. According to […]

  • Traffic signals to be replaced at Hollywood Drive and Springwood Road in York Township

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — An equipment project is expected to begin in York Township on Monday, upgrading the traffic signals at the Hollywood Drive and Springwood Road intersection. PennDOT says the old traffic signals will be replaced with new ones, but the project includes other upgrades as well. There will be construction of ADA curb ramps, and placing pavement markings at the intersection. Other intersections in the area will be seeing improvements like South Queen Street and Tyler Run Road […]

  • A head start at celebrating National Coffee Day at Duck Donuts

    CUMERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– Duck Donuts is kicking off National Coffee Day early this year, with a special donut that’s never been sold in stores until now. From Friday until Sunday a coffee inspired donut with buttercream filling, granulated sugar, and coffee grounds will be available for purchase at Duck Donuts locations. The coffee inspired donut was created just for National Coffee Day, which is on Sunday. Also for the remaining days of September any coffee at Duck Donuts is only […]

  • Governor Tom Wolf urging House Committee to bring commonsense gun safety bills up for a vote

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Governor Tom Wolf is questioning why several gun safety reform bills are not on Tuesday’s schedule for the House Judiciary Committee to vote on. According to a release from the Governor’s office on Monday, he says there is an overwhelming support from the public. Governor Tom Wolf says he is disappointed the House Judiciary Committee for refusing to bring common sense gun safety bills up for a vote. He says the bills focus on real measures that […]

  • Flinchbaugh’s Orchard and Farm Market celebrating first day of Fall

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Flinchbaugh’s Orchard and Farm Market is welcoming the first day of Autumn with Fall goodies at their market, pick your own Pumpkins and Apples, a corn maze, and more. The market is open year round on Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., and then on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. You can pick your own pumpkins at Flinchbaugh’s daily, they have wagons for you to take out to the pumpkin patch […]

  • Legislation introduced to prevent suicide, strengthening penalties for those who encourage it

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — A bill aimed to help prevent suicide will be unveiled at the state house on Thursday. The new piece of legislation would penalize those who encourage or aide suicide, and it’s named after a York County woman who died earlier this year. State Representative, Dawn Keefer is the one behind the legislation titled Shawn’s Law, named after Shawn Shatto. Shatto committed suicide in her parents Newberry Township home, after following step by step instructions she got from […]

  • Free naloxone being distributed across Pennsylvania in an effort to fight the opioid crisis

    YORK, Pa. — On Wednesday, the Wolf Administration will be working with several counties throughout the keystone state, in an effort to fight overdoses in Pennsylvania. Free naloxone will be given out at 95 locations in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, primarily at state health centers and county health departments. The free distribution of naloxone across the state will help ensure residents have the proper tools to fight the opioid crisis, says Governor Tom Wolf. For those who aren’t familiar with how […]

  • Roundabouts improve traffic safety according to new report by PennDOT

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — PennDOT just released a new report regarding roundabouts and how safe they are in Pennsylvania. The new report shows that roundabouts reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities. Officials say the roundabouts are often installed to address intersections with safety issues — and are also installed to improve the traffic flow in the area. PennDOT says sometimes they often help with calming the traffic, and with pedestrian mobility. However, there are sometimes where roundabouts don’t work. That could […]

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