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A Pennsylvania native, Chelsea is excited to call Central Pennsylvania home! She joined Fox43 in March 2018 as the Harrisburg Bureau reporter.

A 2014 Temple University graduate, Chelsea began her career reporting and producing at WRDE in Lewes, Del. She then headed to WEVV in Evansville, Ind. where she was a reporter, anchor and producer. While in Evansville, Chelsea’s most memorable stories include interviewing Bernie Sanders during the 2016 Presidential campaign, covering devastation left from a deadly overnight tornado outbreak, the kidnapping and murder of a disabled teen missing for 8 months, and a toddler hearing for the first time after being born deaf.

When not covering news, Chelsea loves exploring the area, trying different local restaurants, visiting the dog park with her rescue pup, Jax, and cheering on Philadelphia sports teams (Eagles, Sixers, Phillies, Flyers, Owls!)

Chelsea believes everyone has a story and she loves telling the ones that really impact everyday lives and communities. If you have a story idea or news tip, email:

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Recent Articles
  • Harrisburg officials unveil ‘Vision Zero’ plan to eliminate pedestrian deaths

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Harrisburg city officials release their ‘Vision Zero’ plan aimed at improving streets. The goal – eliminating serious injuries and deaths from traffic-related accidents by 2030. In the last five years, 19 people have been hit and killed by cars in Harrisburg, 105 have been severely injured. Those numbers are the reason city officials began looking into a way to improve street safety. “Number one goal,” asked Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse. “Save lives.” City officials settling on a […]

  • Dozens rally for more pipeline safety, call for Mariner East pipeline project to be stopped

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Protesters at the state capitol Tuesday, demanding construction of the Mariner East Pipeline being built across the state be put to a halt. They are also rallying for more safety measures to be put in place when it comes to pipelines. The newly formed pipeline caucus is working on a package of comprehensive pipeline safety bills to deal with everything from environmental violations to private property and water rights. Until then, people living near the pipeline want […]

  • Future legislation to give student victims of sexual assault choice to expel abuser

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Lancaster County Senator Scott Martin is planning to introduce legislation in the coming days to give more protections to student victims of sexual assault. “What this bill is going to do is put the power in the victim’s hands to say, ‘no I do not want my offender, who attacked me and raped me to come back to this school,'” said Sen. Martin. Currently, someone found guilty in a juvenile court of sexual assault would serve time […]

  • Steelton Borough officials look to decriminalize marijuana

    STEELTON, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – Steelton Borough officials are looking to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana. They say an ordinance doing so would help continue to move the borough forward. “It’s kind of like the modern day prohibition,” said Steelton Police Chief Anthony Minium. The borough council, with the support of the chief and mayor, is looking into an ordinance that would decriminalize 30 grams or less of marijuana and 8 grams or less of hashish. “This doesn’t allow you […]

  • Seventeen people indicted for drug trafficking in Central Pennsylvania

    MILTON, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – Drugs flooding Central Pennsylvania brought in via the United States Postal Service, according to a federal grand jury indictment. Federal, state and local agencies began an investigation in October 2016. Their work resulting in 17 indictments. “We are fighting this fight collectively and we are going to keep fighting this fight,” Chief Curt Zettemoyer, Milton Police Department. “These are very dangerous individuals.” The indictment alleges cocaine hydrochlorine was being sent from Puerto Rico to Pennsylvania […]

  • Jury selection finished in Dauphin County for police officer’s criminal homicide trial

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Wednesday was the second and final day of jury selection in Dauphin County for a trial that will be held in western Pennsylvania. The 16-person jury will head to Pittsburgh Monday for the criminal homicide trial of former East Pittsburgh cop Michael Rosfeld. Twelve jurors and four alternates were seated on the jury. Rosfeld shot and killed 17-year-old Antwon Rose during a felony traffic stop in June. The jury will decide if Rosfeld was justified in that […]

  • Jury selection begins in Dauphin County for trial of former East Pittsburgh officer

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The jury selection for a high profile criminal homicide case out of Pittsburgh is being selected in Dauphin County. Jury selection began Tuesday morning for the trial of a former East Pittsburgh officer accused of shooting and killing an unarmed black teen. Michael Rosfeld, a former East Pittsburgh officer is being charged with criminal homicide, accused of shooting and killing 17-year-old Antwon Rose in June 2018. The jury is being selected in Dauphin County because the judge […]

  • Keep Powering Pennsylvania: supporters say legislation values nuclear energy, opponents call it a bailout

    LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – State Rep. Tom Mehaffie, with support of Ironworkers Local Union 404 in Harrisburg introduce House Bill 11. The bill is also known as the Keep Powering Pennsylvania Act. Mehaffie says his legislation will properly value nuclear energy and keep nuclear power plants, like Three Mile Island, open and operational. “To ignore the challenges facing these plants would be one of the most irresponsible and irreversible decisions we’ve made in a generation,” said Mehaffie, […]

  • Lawsuit preventing PA Turnpike Commission from paying PennDOT

    LOWER SWATARA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is in the middle of a lawsuit with a trucking company over what their toll money is being used for. Because of this lawsuit, the commission has not made its last three payments to PennDOT, which has transportation agencies like Capital Area Transit worrying about the future. Every time you travel on the turnpike, you pay a toll.  That money used to be used strictly for turnpike maintenance but, […]

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