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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!)

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Recent Articles
  • Mechanicsburg barbershop offering veterans free haircuts

    MECHANICSBURG, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – On a mission to give back to veterans, a Mechanicsburg business is offering a free service to say ‘Thanks’ to those who have served. Comb and Scissor Barbershop is offering free haircuts for veterans. While it may seem like a simple thing to offer veterans, the ones who stop by the barbershop say it means more than just saving a few bucks on a cut. “While a free haircut is great, it’s the sentiment of […]

  • People with Parkinson’s fight back against the disease

    LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – Punch after punch, people with Parkinson’s are taking a swing at their disease. The West Shore Academy of Martial Arts is offering a new class called Rock Steady Boxing. It’s designed specifically for people with Parkinson’s and it uses movements backed by medical research to help manage symptoms. “It’s a lot of hard work,” said Charles Lady, who attends the classes. Three times a week the classes are offered to people with Parkinson’s […]

  • New law considered “win-win” for patients, EMS providers

    CARLISLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – Saving patients the burden of out-of-pocket medical costs, while also getting ambulance companies paid. A new state law will help people calling 911 along with those answering the call. “This is something we frequently encounter, especially with the elderly population,” said Nathan Harig, Assistant Chief at Goodwill EMS. “They just need a little help but don’t need all the hassle of going to the emergency room.” A person in need of emergency care but it’s […]

  • PennDOT preparing for winter, in need of temporary plow truck drivers

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Although there’s no snow in the forecast just yet, PennDOT is busy getting ready for the winter months and they’re having a tough time getting some temporary positions filled. PennDOT has been working to fill about 150 temporary positions for the winter months since the summer. They’ve filled about half of the positions and are now pushing to get the rest filled before the snowy weather arrives. “One of the problems we have this time of year […]

  • Lawsuit filed in deadly 2017 home explosion in Lancaster County

    MANOR TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. – A lawsuit has been filed in the 2017 home explosion that killed Richard Bouder, a UGI Utilities worker. The suit filed against Honeywell International. According to an investigation by the National Transportation and Safety Board, Honeywell made the part that was incorrectly installed more than two decades ago, and likely responsible for the explosion. Bouder’s widow, Kim, filed the product liability lawsuit against Honeywell, PPL Corporation, PPL Electric Utilities, and Contractors Group, Inc. The […]

  • Voter turnout high, no widespread issues at polls

    CARLISLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of State says overall the state saw no widespread issues at polling places. Locations that did see issues, like a bomb threat at a York County polling place, were resolved quickly. Voters of all ages, races, and parties made their ways to the polls for the 2018 midterm elections. “Every person’s vote matters, and when it comes to the full blown scheme in the US here, I feel like my decision makes […]

  • People question voting history record flyers mailed to them

    CARLISLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – Some people in Central Pennsylvania are concerned with information about their voting history being sent to them and their neighbors. County Bureau of Elections have been fielding calls about the flyers and they say they are not sending them. “These flyers apparently list their voting history on them and their neighbors voting history on them,” said Bethany Salzarulo, Cumberland County Bureau of Elections Director of Elections and Voter Registration. “People aren’t very happy about getting […]

  • Pilot program aimed at helping people in recovery become better parents

    LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – Some family centers across the Commonwealth began training for a new pilot program Thursday. The program, offered by Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance, will help families in recovery. “I want to give them a chance to become a family again.” Substance use disorder can tear a family apart, and up until now there wasn’t a program offered statewide that could help recovering addicts learn how to pick up the broken pieces of their families. […]

  • Woman charged for allegedly stealing $50,000 from Lebanon youth soccer clubs

    LEBANON, Pa. – A Lebanon County woman is charged with stealing more than $50,000 from three youth soccer leagues. Police believe it happened over a four year period until members of the clubs noticed money was unexplainably missing in August. “It was a punch in the gut,” said Bret Orwig, Ebenezer Youth Soccer Club Vice President. In total, $53,548.02 was stolen from the Ebenezer Youth Soccer Club, Falcon Girls Soccer Parents Club and Friends of Falcons Football. “She was a […]