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: CKoerbler@fox43.com

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Recent Articles
  • Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to eliminate child sex abuse statute of limitations

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – One Pennsylvania lawmaker hopes the release of the clergy sex abuse Grand Jury report helps move forward statute of limitations legislation. Current law allows a child sex abuse victim until they are 30-years-old to file civil lawsuits, or 50-years-old to file criminal charges. “It’s time,” said Representative Mark Rozzi, (D) Berks County. “Once this truth is out, now we turn our doors to the truth of justice.” Rozzi is hopeful the release of the Grand Jury’s report […]

  • Sen. Pat Toomey talks tariffs with businesses in Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Several Pennsylvania businesses say they are feeling negative effects from tariff’s implemented by the Trump Administration. Republican Senator Pat Toomey held a round table discussion with business owners to get a first-hand account of the issues brought on  by the tariffs. “Your exports to China have declined,” said Sen. Toomey.  “Yeah, absolutely,” said Nicholas Bisaccia, Bingaman and Son Lumber. “We’ve returned $40,000 in deposits. In the past month, we’ve had 50 orders cancelled.” Bisaccia tells Toomey, since […]

  • Flooded roadways trap people in Lebanon County neighborhood

    SOUTH ANNVILLE TOWNSHIP, LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. – People were trapped in their neighborhood after water covers all three roadways into the community. Although the water has since receded, people living there say they’re not out of the clear yet. “It makes me a little nervous,” said James Mitchell, who lives in the Palm City Park neighborhood and was trapped by flooded roads. With the Swatara Creek at Harper Tavern expected to crest at moderate flood stage, any flooding isn’t expected […]

  • Drug overdoses, deaths drastically down in Cumberland County this year

    CARLISLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – Overdose calls and deaths are down drastically in Cumberland County. While it’s too early to know exactly why these numbers are in decline, county officials believe it’s because of awareness education. “It gives us a lot of hope,” said Nathan Harig, Cumberland Goodwill EMS Assistant Chief. Overdose calls and deaths are down about 40 percent in Cumberland County compared to this time last year. It’s the lowest they’ve been since 2015. The use of Naloxone […]

  • Swatara Township cuts ties with Lawnton Fire Company following harassment investigation

    SWATARA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – Following a two-month investigation into racial slurs, harassment and bullying among members of the Lawnton Fire Company, Swatara Township officials decide to cut all ties. “That kind of behavior is not tolerated,” said Tom Connolly, Swatara Township commissioner. However, not everyone agrees getting rid of the fire company all together was the right thing to do. “I think they should have maybe, if it was a few bad apples in the bunch, just get […]

  • Lawnton Fire Company suspended, under investigation

    SWATARA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – Allegations of harassment and bullying led to the suspension of a local fire company. Now, the Lawnton Fire Company is under investigation. Swatara Township officials are taking these allegations very seriously and through the investigation want to send a message that this type of behavior will not be tolerated. The claims of racial slurs, harassment and bullying were brought to the Swatara Township Fire and Emergency Services Department in May, and were alleged to […]

  • Lawmakers, school officials talk school safety ahead of school year

    SOUTH LEBANON TOWNSHIP, LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. – Arming school teachers, adding student resource officers, and funding for mental health. Those were just some of the topics talked about at a roundtable discussion with state lawmakers and school officials in Lebanon County. When it comes to security, adding extra cameras may seem like a good idea but Senator Mike Regan says if you don’t have someone trained to monitor those cameras they can be useless. “Unless you have someone watching monitors […]

  • Rep. Rozzi wants Harrisburg Catholic Diocese to do more than release names of those accused of abuse

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Representative Mark Rozzi from Berks County has been advocating for the release of the Grand Jury report on the clergy sexual abuse case. Following the Harrisburg Diocese releasing the list of 72 people accused of abuse, Rep. Rozzi says it’s a step in the right direction, but is not enough. “They can come out and name all these priests and say that they support the Grand Jury,” said Rep. Rozzi. “But until they support the legislation to […]

  • Don’t leave devices charging too long, fidget spinner starts car fire

    SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – Charging your electronic devices is something we all do and it may seem harmless but it does pose a significant fire hazard. A charging fidget spinner caused a car fire in Dauphin County last week and these types of fires are more common than one may think. “I’ve had a fire call where kids were on the phones at night and they tucked it underneath their pillow and it caught the pillow on fire,” […]