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
  • Paper ballot voting causes no problems in Lebanon County

    LEBANON, LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. – While York County had problems with its new paper ballot voting machines, other counties did not. Lebanon County used its new machines for the first time in Tuesday’s election and says everything went smoothly, but the busyness from Election Day isn’t over. “They’re going through our election precincts,” said Lebanon County’s Director of Elections Michael Anderson. “And they are making sure the number of ballots cast at the precinct match the number list of voters.” […]

  • Pennsylvania Turnpike to go cashless by 2021, impacting nearly 600 employees

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. —  A big change is coming to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The PA Turnpike tolling system will be completely cashless within the next two years, by the fall of 2021. Once the change is implemented, in-lane or onsite payment will no longer be accepted anywhere along the 552-mile tollway. The $129 million project will cause 600 turnpike employees to lose their jobs. “We recognize that customers pay a premium to travel the Turnpike, and for that reason we […]

  • Proposed animal ordinance concerns pet owners in New Cumberland

    NEW CUMBERLAND, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – Some pet owners in Cumberland County are worried about how a proposed pet ordinance will impact them and their fur babies. New Cumberland wants to limit the number of pets someone in the borough can have, as well as the type of pets. Michelle Hall is a pet groomer in New Cumberland. She also owns seven dogs. “I have four chihuahuas, a Russell terrier, and two dachshunds,” said Hall. She moved to New Cumberland […]

  • Lawmakers unveil legislation to strengthen hate crime laws

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – A group of state lawmakers unveiled their plan to improve state hate crime laws. They say this package of legislation will move Pennsylvania hate crime laws into the modern era. “It will forever be remembered as one of the darkest days in our commonwealth’s history,” said State Rep. Dan Frankel. Pennsylvania is home to what is believe to be the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in American history. Last year, on October 27th, a shooter walked […]

  • PIAA does not keep record of high school student-athlete injuries

    UPPER ALLEN TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – Thousands of high school student-athletes are injured every year. Yet, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, which runs Pennsylvania’s high school sports, has no record of these injuries. We can tell you the stats on a national level. Football accounts for the second highest number of injuries for high school student athletes, after basketball. A concussion is the leading high school sports injury. But, locally we have no data to show what injuries high […]

  • Former Penn State player, Adam Taliaferro, reaches out to North Schuylkill Football player that was airlifted to hospital

    YORK COUNTY, Pa.– A former Penn State football player who was tragically injured during a game in 2000 has reached out to the North Schuylkill Football player who was injured in a game on Friday. Adam Taliaferro suffered a career-ending spinal cord injury during a game in 2000, and after hearing about the injury Jaden Leiby suffered on Friday, he chose to reach out to him on Twitter: Thank you…I recently heard about Jaden’s injury. Happy to help in anyway […]

  • Walk to End Alzheimer’s held in York County

    YORK, Pa. – Saturday, people from communities all over York County joined in the fight to end Alzheimer’s by walking for the cause. The Alzheimer’s Association’s ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for care of the memory-loss disease. Participants gathers at John C. Rudy Park bright and early this morning with FOX43 emcee Lyndsay Barna to help advance the group’s mission. “There are over 400,000 Pennsylvanian’s diagnosed today, almost 700,000 caregivers,” said […]

  • Federal government mandates guide rail replacements costing PennDOT $45 million

    PENNSYLVANIA – PennDOT says it’s going to cost $45 million to replace the guide rails on all interstates throughout the commonwealth. The federal government is now requiring Pennsylvania to replace all the guide rails along state roads. The project is slated to be completed over the next 10 years. PennFOT officials say there are conflicting results to this expensive issue. “It’s for a good cause. This is a safety issue,” said James May, PennDOT spokesperson. “So, we want to be […]

  • PennDOT won’t give drivers license information to U.S. Census

    Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation is denying a request from the U.S. Census bureau for drivers license data. In a letter to the Bureau, Department Secretary Leslie Richards states, “we have reviewed the request and will not be participating in the project.” See the entire letter here. PennDOT spokesperson Alexis Campbell said of the request that asked for 5 years worth of information, “it was a lot of data that they asked for.”. Campbell said the Census bureau claimed it wanted the […]

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