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
  • Three Mile Island Unit #1 moved off the grid, shutdown begins

    LONDONDERRY TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – The shut down process of Three Mile Island Unit #1 reactor is officially underway. At noon Friday, the unit stopped producing energy and was taken off the grid. “Unfortunately time has run out on three Miley island,” said Dauphin County Commissioner Mike Pries. TMI’s premature closure comes 45 years after the plant began operating and could have kept going for about 15 more years. Exelon will significantly reduce its 675-person staff over the next […]

  • ‘Shawn’s Law’ legislation introduced to combat aiding, encouraging suicide

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – A bill is introduced in the State House to increase criminal penalties for people who aide or encourage another person to commit suicide. It’s being called Shawn’s Law in honor of a York County woman died by suicide. Holding their daughter’s picture, family of Shawn Shatto, joined state lawmakers as they introduced legislation inspired by her. “She finally gets a voice,” said Shatto’s father, Chip Bieber. Shatto died by suicide in May. It was later discovered she […]

  • Child abuse prevention symposium held in downtown Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG, Pa, – The Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance spent the day hosting a child abuse prevention symposium in Harrisburg. The alliance sees confirmed cases of child abuse continuing to rise each year. The day long seminar brought together professionals from across the state to receive child abuse prevention training. “Pennsylvania has certainly been an epicenter in many ways of child abuse. The Jerry Sandusky scandal, the Grand Jury report in the Catholic Diocese,” said Angela Liddle, President and CEO of […]

  • Proposed legislation would raise age to buy tobacco to 21 years old

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Putting parties aside, about 50 democrats and republicans have cosponsored legislation to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21 years old. “We want to take preventative measures right here right now,” said Rep. Greg Rothman, the legislation’s prime sponsor. Rothman says, it’s about preventing kids from becoming addicted to tobacco products specifically e-cigarettes, also known as vapes. Which Rothman says one out of five high school students are using. “The kids are buying these […]

  • Parents, students protest charter school reform plans

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – About 500 charter school families rallied at the State Capitol Monday. They’re not happy with Governor Tom Wolf’s plan to update charter school regulations. Those plans include school districts limiting student enrollment at charter schools, and requiring charters to document costs to prevent school districts and taxpayers from being overcharged. Gov. Wolf says he wants to hold charter schools to the same standards as public schools.’ “They also need to take additional steps to hold traditional school […]

  • Auditor General provides update on audit of Harrisburg School District

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The state auditor general gave an update on an audit of the Harrisburg School District that started three months ago. The update comes a day after learning the FBI has joined an investigation into the school district. Auditor General Eugene DePasquale began his update of the Harrisburg School District audit by praising the new district leadership. “The new team in Harrisburg is being very forthcoming and very cooperative and has the right approach,” said DePasquale. “As we […]

  • Step by step, honoring the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11

    SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – People in Dauphin County honored those who were killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks by taking one step at a time. In 100lbs of firefighter gear, people went up and down stairs 153 times. “It’s humbling to see what they went through,” said Nicole Harris. People like Harris, an EMT of nine years, did this stair climb to remember the 343 firefighters who died on September 11th. “You could really feel and start to […]

  • Hearing held on legislation to repeal PLCB’s flexible pricing

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The State House Liquor Control Committee held a hearing Tuesday to discuss repealing the board’s pricing authority. It’s also known as flexible pricing, and was put in place years ago to allow the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to raise and discount priced where they see fit. The legislation proposed by State Rep. Jesse Topper will repeal flexible pricing and reinstate the proportional pricing formula, which supporters say offers a level of protection for consumers. Rep. Topper says […]

  • Sunday hunting debated in State House hearing

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The House Game and Fisheries Committee held a hearing to discuss Sunday hunting, which is currently illegal in the state. The Senate passed legislation in June to allow three days of Sunday hunting each year, but it will still need to be passed by the House. The Keystone Trails Association and PA Farm Bureau testified against Sunday hunting at the hearing. Keystone Trails voiced concerns over safety for hikers in the state, and believes hunters mistaking hikers […]

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