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
  • Dauphin County agencies helping people stay cool as temperatures rise

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – During this stretch of high temperatures, Central PA agencies are reminding people of the services available to them to stay cool. In Hummelstown borough, EMA director R.D. Martindill, has collected fans to give out to borough residents in need, no questions asked. “Here in town we don’t have a comfort station. So, our comfort station is bringing it to you so, we can help you out,” said Martindill. “This day in age with the heat and […]

  • Nuclear Regulatory Commission holds public webinar on TMI shutdown plan

    LONDONDERRY TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – Through a webinar, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission breaks down how Exelon will decommission Unit 1 on Three Mile Island, which is still in operation but set to shut down by September 30th. “We recognize this is something new for central Pennsylvania,” said Neil Sheehan, NRC Public Affairs. “There have been some smaller early generations reactors that have decommissioned in Pennsylvania, but this will be the first large scale reactor to go that route.” […]

  • Discussion aimed at finding solution to veteran suicides

    WORMLEYSBURG, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – State and U.S. lawmakers coming together to discuss an issue affecting veterans. Everyday, around 20 veterans are committing suicide. Through roundtable discussion, State Senator Mike Regan, along with U.S. Congressman Scott Perry, are tackling the ever growing problem of veteran suicides. “It’s important that we recognize what’s causing this phenomenon,” said Senator Regan. “And that we do things to address it.” Everyday about 20 veterans nationwide commit suicide. Senator Regan says, that number is higher […]

  • Advocates remind immigrants of rights as ICE raids loom

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Ahead of nationwide raids targeting thousands of undocumented families this Sunday, immigrant advocates letting their communities know their rights. “There is definitely a fear,” said Desi Burnette, statewide coordinator for Movement of Immigrant Leaders Pennsylvania. She says, the fear is specifically among children in immigrant communities. The kids are worried their families will be separated as ICE raids are set to begin nationwide Sunday. Burnette says, all immigrants here, legal or not, should know the U.S. Constitution […]

  • Anxiety, Tourette’s added to Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania’s Department of Health, along with the first three approved universities and marijuana facility teams came together to discuss what researchers will be doing in the state’s medical marijuana research program, the first of its kind in the nation. “We have an opportunity here to really address the needs of the people of Pennsylvania,” said Kent Vrana, Pharmacology chair at Penn State College of Medicine. “And provide them the best possible care.” Before diving into what this […]

  • Replacing Keystone Exams with SATs recommended in Pennsylvania Auditor General’s report

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania’s Auditor General Eugene DePasquale is recommending the Keystone Exams be replaced with SATs. The  Auditor General releasing the results of an audit into the state’s standardized testing, which he says it not cost effective. His report following an audit of the state’s standardized testing program recommends replacing the Keystone Exams with the SATs. “College may not be for everyone, and we understand that and respect that,” said DePasquale. “But at least having this SAT taken would […]

  • Officials urge Dock Street Dam dangers following river rescue

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – A close call at the Dock Street Dam has officials warning people of its dangers. Monday night, kayakers went past warning signs for the dam and needed to be rescued. During that rescue, Harrisburg firefighters got caught in the dam’s current and needed to be pulled out. “The incident that happened should have never happened,” said Lt. Colonel Larry Furlong, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. “The amount of buoys that are out there now, the warnings that […]

  • Concerns raised over traffic signal malfunction in Adams County

    ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. – Concerns are being raised over a traffic signal in Adams County. Last week, a woman was killed after driving through at red light at that intersection. Some people who frequently drive northbound on Carlisle Pike at York Road say, the traffic signal malfunctions during the overnight hours. “The red light just stays red,” said Cynthia Bosserman from Adams County. “And I sit there for like 20 minutes.” The same traffic signal is currently being investigated by […]

  • Civil War soldier re-enactors brave the heat for Battle at Gettysburg

    FREEDOM TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. – It was a hot day across Central Pennsylvania Friday. In Gettysburg Union and Confederate soldier re-enactors braved the heat to battle as they did during the Civil War. “We try to get out of the sun when we can,” said the man re-enacting Capt. John Haynes. “Many times there’s a breeze that everyone will come out to it but again staying out of the sun as much as you can.” While trying to stay […]

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