I am glad to come back to the Keystone State to continue my career. I grew up just outside of Pittsburgh. Naturally I root for the black and gold.
I went to Point Park University in Pittsburgh where I double majored in Broadcast Journalism and TV Production. While there, I covered Point Park athletics and news. I had the opportunity to cover President Obama when he came to Pittsburgh and once at the White House. In my senior year I covered the Gubernatorial Race for PA. My studies included internships at KDKA and WPXI. I graduated in December of 2014.
I then started in New Bern, NC at WCTI. While I was there I was a general assignment reporter. There I had the pleasure of covering the eastern side of the state including the Crystal Coast. I covered everything from Marine homecomings to Tropical Storms and breaking news.
I look forward to covering the area. I enjoy telling stories. If you have any please tell me at choffman@fox43.com, @newsmanchris on Twitter, or my Facebook page Chris Hoffman Fox 43

Recent Articles
  • York Little League plays one last game at Shipley Field

    SPRINGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa.– It was the end of the season for York Little League Baseball on Saturday. It was also the end of era. The teams played their final games at Shipley Field off of North Hills Road. York Little League President Steve Bartkowski expressed that this field meant a lot to people. He said, “this is our Wrigley Field.” The field served as the home for York Little League since 1962. In August the league learned the […]

  • Donegal kicker becomes first girl to score for football team

    EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.- Around this time of year, it’s usually the boys of fall hitting the gridiron. At Donegal High School, one girl is breaking through and making history. Junior Emma Hudson is the kicker for the team and is making the position her own. “I always knew I could kick a ball very far,” she said. “I’ve always been told that.” She is the first girl to play on the team in Lancaster County. “It’s really […]

  • Libre’s Law still not passed by state legislature

    HARRISBURG, Pa.– Libre’s Law continues to fight on just like the dog it is named after. Libre was at the Capitol on Thursday as the bill named after him went before the House. Senator Richard Alloway, (R) 33rd District, took us to see Libre and we could see he is in much better shape than a few months ago. “The amazing thing is if you see the before and after pictures with him,” Sen. Alloway said. “It’s amazing how loving […]

  • Have you noticed how low water levels have been at Lake Redman?

    YORK TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa.– Lake Redman is looking a little lower than normal, but there is no need to panic. It’s only a matter of time until the water levels return to normal. The York Water Company is installing a new pumping station there and needed to lower the water for construction. “In a 14 month period with three hurricanes; Irene, Lee and Sandy, our old pump station had some minor flooding,” York Water Company CEO Jeffrey Hines said. […]

  • Dauphin County Commissioners turn blight into new homes

    SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– The Dauphin County Commissions cut the ribbon on the five new town homes in Susquehanna Township on Tuesday. The homes replaced an area of trash and run-down buildings, in the 4700 block of Tuscarora Street. Funding for the project came from the Dauphin County Land Bank, which works to transform blight into productive properties. This is the second project done in Susquehanna Township. In 2015, a ranch home was renovated, in the 3500 block of […]

  • Trump describes his “First 100 Days” plan in Gettysburg

    GETTYSBURG, Pa.– Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump laid out his plan for his first one hundred days in office. People in the audience applauded his ideas at the Eisenhower Hotel and Conference Center in Gettysburg. “We will once again have a government of, by and for the people, and importantly we will make American great again,” Trump said. Trump quoted parts of Abraham Lincoln’s famous Gettysburg Address. “It’s a contract between Donald J. Trump and the American voter. It begins […]

  • West Shore School District teachers take action for a new contract

    LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– Friday night was a rivalry between Red Land and Cedar Cliff on the field, but there was another rivalry brewing off the field between the teachers and the district. “This is the third school year started with working under the terms of their previous contract, and this is just not productive,” PSEA spokesperson Laurie Lebo said. According to West Shore School District teachers it’s been more than 780 days since a contract was agreed […]

  • Narcan to be issued at Pennsylvania schools

    MANCHESTER, YORK COUNTY, Pa.– Pennsylvania schools are now preparing to treat overdoses as the opioid abuse crisis continues. School across the state now have the option of carrying Narcan. There are 128 public high schools, including charter, intermediate units, and career and technical centers now using the drug to combat overdoses. Northeastern High School is one of more than 10 schools in York County using the drug provided by the State Department of Health. “The worst nightmare of any school […]

  • Senator Pat Toomey visits York County but still not sure who to vote for

    YORK, Pa.– United States Senator Pat Toomey is still facing the question  of if he stands with Trump. He’s been getting that question for months, but now we are less than 20 days from the election. “I’ve been very open in my criticism of him,” Sen. Toomey said. “I also acknowledge that he might just sign the legislation that would be constructive like the repeal of Obamacare and restoring sanctions on Iran. I’m in the same mode that I was […]

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