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
  • State lawmaker requesting external review of parole policies, hold on new parole hearings

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – A state lawmaker is asking the Department of Corrections to put new parole hearings on hold until an independent, outside review is done on parole policies. The Pennsylvania Corrections Officers Association has also called for an investigation into the state’s parole system. In a letter to the Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel, State Rep. Frank Burns asks the department to put any new parole hearings on hold until an independent, outside review is done on parole […]

  • Former State Rep. will not face sexual assault charges, grand jury recommends policy changes at Pennsylvania state Capitol

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Former State Representative Brian Ellis will not face charges for sexual assault allegations brought against him last year. A Dauphin County Grand Jury however, is recommending changes to the way sexual misconduct allegations are dealt with at the capitol. A Dauphin County Grand Jury report found policies concerning sexual harassment at the State Capitol are confusing, inadequate, and lack transparency. “The pervasive culture of boys will be boys, locker room behavior in Harrisburg is toxic,” said Shea […]

  • Man facing charges following AMBER alert, protection from abuse violation

    SHIPPENSBURG, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. – A man is in jail today after violating a protection from abuse order in Cumberland County. Police say, he was the suspect in an AMBER alert issued out of Shippensburg last night. Kelvin Mojica-Reyes is facing a number of charges including kidnapping and unlawful restraint after violating a protection from abuse order and kidnapping a woman and her daughter in Shippensburg Thursday. The incident prompted an AMBER alert for the child. Now, domestic violence advocates […]

  • Billions of gallons of human waste, stormwater released into Susquehanna River, according to released report

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Sewage is overflowing into the Susquehanna River, according to a new report. The Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper tested the water this summer and found E. coli levels at more than 10 times higher than safe levels. “It is disgusting that when I’m out there kayaking,” said Tom Pelton, with Environmental Integrity Project. “I have to have human feces and waste around me.” ‘Sewage overflows in Pennsylvania’s Capital’ report released by Environmental Integrity Project details 1.4 billion gallons of […]

  • Man shoots former supervisor before killing himself in Adams County, police say

    OXFORD TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. – Two men are dead after a murder suicide early Wednesday morning in the parking lot of Plainville Farms Distribution Center. Eastern Adams Regional Police say 75-year-old Phillip Hughes of North Carolina was fired Tuesday. Wednesday morning Hughes appeared to have staked out the parking lot of the distribution center waiting for transportation supervisor 58-year-old John Frey of York to arrive. “The subject pulled in to the parking lot, got out of his car, and […]

  • Plans to eliminate property taxes unveiled by state lawmaker

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – A bill is unveiled in the Statehouse to eliminate property taxes. The bill would raise taxes elsewhere to make up for the property tax elimination. House Bill 13, also known as School Property Tax Elimination Act, will be introduced by Rep. Frank Ryan of Lebanon County. “This is not going to be an easy sell,” said Rep. Ryan. “It’s controversial. It’s never been done before.” HB13 would eliminate property taxes, which brings in about $15 billion a […]

  • Planned stop sign removals in Harrisburg spark concern

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Some people in Harrisburg are hoping the city reconsiders plans to remove stop signs on North 3rd Street. A special city council meeting is for Tuesday on the issue. “Leave the stop signs,” said Joyce Vanderhorst-Gamble. She and her three-year-old granddaughter walk along North 3rd Street often. She’s not happy with the city’s plans to remove stop signs along 3rd at Emerald, Kelker, Boyd and Harris Streets. “You’re supposed to feel safe walking the streets,” said Vanderhorst-Gamble. […]

  • Governor Wolf signs executive order in effort to reduce gun violence

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – With the stroke of a pen, Governor Tom Wolf signs an executive order to reduce gun violence in Pennsylvania. “We need to protect all of our lives,” said Gov. Wolf. “Everywhere in Pennsylvania.” Many supporters say this order is the first of its kind, nothing like it ever enacted by a president, governor or mayor in the U.S. The order contains five key parts: Creating a special council on gun violence Installing new oversight and data sharing […]

  • Harrisburg School District prepares for new school year, holds back-to-school open house

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Harrisburg School District is doing something it’s never done before to get students ready for school. This is happening as the district prepares for its first school year under state receivership. The District partnered with the Latino Hispanic American Community Center to host a back-to-school open house. “We want families to know the school belongs to them, that we look forward to working in partnership,” said Dr. Janet Samuels, Harrisburg School District Receiver. “So, they should […]

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