Jackie De Tore co-anchors FOX43 News First at 4. You can also catch her investigative “FOX43 Finds Out” consumer reports airing on Wednesday night during FOX43 news at 10. If you ever need information about a recall, a scam or anything in between – watch Jackie on FOX43 News at 5 with the latest consumer news. She’s also the host of “De Tore’s DIY” which airs right here on FOX43.com on Tuesday nights.

Pennsylvania has been Jackie’s home for a few years. Before coming to Central PA, she was a reporter for WNEP in Scranton. Jackie covered everything from the manhunt for accused cop killer Eric Frien to breaking the biggest real estate fraud investigation in the state.

Prior to working in Pennsylvania, Jackie was an anchor/reporter in Bangor, Maine.

A Long Island, New York native, Jackie graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. During her senior year, she was ABC’s “On The Red Carpet” journalist at the 84th Annual Academy Awards. Jackie reported from the Oscar’s red carpet and interviewed stars like Meryl Streep, Tina Fey and, her personal favorite, George Clooney. (He called her great. She’s still not over it.)

When she’s not working, you can find Jackie on the couch immersed in a Netflix marathon, attempting to train her rescue dog Shea or hopelessly rooting for her favorite teams: the Mets and Jets.

A social media addict, Jackie loves connecting with viewers on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. If you have a story idea or just want to say hello, give her a follow, like or email at jdetore@fox43.com.

Recent Articles
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    Some Erie Insurance Group customers in Central Pennsylvania have been complaining, saying they feel duped by their homeowner’s insurance company after a hail storm last year. When we originally reached out to Erie Insurance Group as to why people in York County were getting denied hail damage claims when they’re neighbors were getting approved, Erie’s corporate office didn’t answer most of our questions citing privacy laws. After our story aired, we had some local Erie insurance agents reach out to […]

  • FOX43 Finds Out: Your REAL ID Questions Answered

    REAL ID is expected to be rolled out in Pennsylvania in March. “We`re planning for March 1st, assuming we don`t have a big blizzard or something we expect that that`s going to be the case,” said Alexis Campbell, PennDOT’s Community Relations Coordinator. You don’t have to get a REAL ID. Pennsylvania is an opt-in state. “I think a lot of people will be very relieved to know they have the option and then for folks who don`t want it, they […]

  • FOX43 Finds Out: Cemetery Complaints

    Tim Uhler has had family buried at Riverview Memorial Gardens since the 70’s. His parents, in-laws and other family members are all interred here in Halifax, Dauphin County. “Everything about the cemetery is basically run down and not taken care of,” said Uhler. He feels like in recent years, the cemetery has been neglected, “It`s really disappointing and heartbreaking.” The American flag at the entrance has tears and there are some tire marks near the grave markers. Uhler said, “When […]

  • FOX43 Finds Out: A Homeowner’s Nightmare

    Jason Dattoli says his home in New Oxford, Adams County is falling apart. His family bought a home back in April then a few months later, Jason noticed issues in the basement. He called his homeowners insurance company only to find out wood eating insect damage is not covered. He then called a few contractors and the news wasn’t good. “It would be cheaper to tear it down and build a new one than it would be to fix it. […]

  • FOX43 Finds Out: Trying to Close a Deceased Loved One’s Bank Account

    New Cumberland, PA — A grieving husband in Cumberland County was trying to close his wife’s bank account and says he kept getting stonewalled. Then, FOX43 Finds Out stepped in to help the man get his money back. Jonathan and Alicia Snyder were married for more than 50 years. Alicia was diagnosed with metastatic cancer and died a few weeks later. Jonathon was left to pick up the pieces. “It took me about 5 months until I finally started getting […]

  • FOX43 Finds Out: What is a restoration fee?

    A Cumberland County man had to pay a $91 restoration fee when he went to pay a fine to PennDOT. As FOX43 Finds Out, it’s all part of a state law. Scot Wiebner recently renewed his insurance for his Ford Escape. Although, the Cumberland County man admits he did that a little later than he should have. “My car was in the shop and I didn`t have any money to take care of it in full. I had to pay […]

  • FOX43 Finds Out: Denied a New Roof

    NEW FREEDOM, Pa — Jennifer Perry shows us some of the damage to her home in New Freedom, York County. A hail storm rolled through the area last spring and left its mark. “I had two contractors come out. They both went up on the roof, said that there`s enough damage up there that the insurance would easily cover replacement of the roof,” said Perry. She called Erie Insurance Group and an adjuster came a few days later. “He denied […]

  • FOX43 Finds Out: Holiday Shipping Wars

    Take a look at most of the top toys lists for 2018 and you’ll find Fingerlings HUGS at the top of the list. You can find it online at any of the big retailers websites: Amazon, Target and Walmart. All three also offering free shipping, but which one is the fastest? Amazon offers free shipping for prime-members on most items. For people who don’t want to pay the $119 yearly fee, the company has waived the $25 minimum for free […]

  • FOX43 Finds Out: Wedding Deposit Woes

    HARRISBURG, Pa — A Dauphin County couple paid $1,400 to reserve their wedding for next year. They say they now need that money to pay for medical bills they never expected to have. FOX43 Finds Out if they can get their deposit back after they signed a contract. “We don`t know what`s going to happen in a month or two months,” said Cindy Rosen of Harrisburg. Rosen’s fiance, Steve, was recently diagnosed with stage 4 Glioblastoma, an aggression form of […]

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