Hi everyone! I’m the weekend anchor at FOX43. You can tune in to watch the news with me every Saturday & Sunday night at 10. If you do, you’ll be watching a local lady with nearly 20-years of experience!

I grew up in Biglerville, PA, in Adams County. I graduated from Biglerville High School, then attended York College. I graduated with a degree in Mass Communications.

In 1998, I joined the FOX43 family as an assignment editor. That position helped prepare me to be a reporter in our Harrisburg Bureau. From there I moved into the main newsroom in York and then, after several years, I became the weekend anchor.

As a reporter, I’ve covered happy stories, heartbreaking ones too, and everything in between. I was in Lancaster County for the Amish School shootings, Harrisburg for the hit & run trial of former State Rep. Tom Druce, and in Washington, D.C. for the Inauguration of President Obama. I’ve traveled from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to State College to gather information for you, and I’ve loved every minute of it!

As the weekend anchor, it’s my job to make sure the entire newscast is complete and correct for you. I check and double check every story before sitting down at the anchor desk.

When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family. I’m blessed to have a happy and very active six year old son and a two year old daughter. They keep me and my husband busy! I also enjoy running and teaching fitness classes at my gym.

Recent Articles
  • Hungry and homeless in York receive free weekend meals

    YORK, Pa.– A group of volunteers in York is coming together to help those in need. “York Giving Helping Hands” is on a mission every weekend to provide food for hungry and homeless people in the area. On Saturdays and Sundays, they set up at the York (Rabbit Transit) Transfer Station to serve the public. Organizers say the event is meant simply to help others without judgement. “I’ve been there, so I understand the need for someone to reach out and […]

  • Governor Wolf hosts annual Block Party in Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG, Pa.–  A big celebration took place in Harrisburg on Sunday. Governor Tom Wolf and first lady Frances, hosted the Annual Harrisburg Block Party. The public turned out to enjoy music, food and had the chance to go inside the Governor’s Mansion. Both the governor and first lady made an appearance earlier in the day. People who turned out say these type of events do a great service in getting people involved in the city. “This is what Harrisburg is, […]

  • Motorcycle ride benefits local veterans

    LONDONDERRY TOWNSHIP, Dauphin County, Pa.– Motorcyclists hit the road in Dauphin County for a charity ride to help veterans on Saturday. Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant hosted the ride, with many of their workers taking part.  Company officials say it was a great way to help a cause, while also educating people about nuclear energy. “I really like riding in a group, there’s a bunch of people with you. It’s noticeable to people outside, people walking down the street, people driving […]

  • Adams County veteran, injured in Afghanistan, gets new adaptive home

    GETTYSBURG, Pa.– A wounded veteran has a little more independence, after receiving the keys to his brand new home in Adams County. People gathered in Gettysburg on Saturday, as Army Sergeant Lyndon Sampang and his family became the official owners of a specially adapted home. Sgt. Sampang was severely injured while serving in Afghanistan in 2010. Homes For Our Troops awarded the family the new home. Part of the organization’s mission is to allow veterans to choose where they would […]

  • UPDATE: Suspect arrested in assault that led to deadly crash involving PSP Trooper

    UPDATE: State Police say the aggravated assault suspect Peter Budwash was arrested around 10:30 A.M. Sunday at Reading Hospital. Previously Reported:  SOUTH HEIDELBERG TOWNSHIP, Berks County, Pa.– A man and woman from Denver, Lancaster County, were killed in a three-car crash involving a state trooper on Saturday morning. Investigators say it happened just after 10:00 a.m., as the trooper was traveling with lights and sirens activated on Route 422 in South Heidelberg Township, Berks County. The trooper was headed westbound, en […]

  • Police: Three people shot, one stabbed in Dauphin County

    STEELTON, Dauphin County, Pa.– Police in Steelton, Dauphin County are actively investigating a shooting and stabbing, involving four victims. Police say three people were shot and one person stabbed on the first block of Kennedy Lane in Steelton. It happened around 7:45 p.m. Sunday. All of the victims were rushed to local hospitals. Two of the victims are being treated for what are considered life-threatening injuries. Investigators believe this was an isolated incident and do not believe the general public […]

  • Gardens being created to replace eye-sores in York

    YORK, Pa.– People living in one York city neighborhood worked together on Sunday to beautify what was long considered an eye-sore. The effort was initiated by the grassroots group York XL. The group is working on a number of endeavors to change the city, including creating green spaces. The York Guerrilla Garden movement selects locations, like one along the 200-block of South Pershing Avenue, and volunteers work to make it beautiful again. Residents encouraged each other to gather and get to […]

  • Cause of death released for York County Prison inmate

    SPRINGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, York County, Pa.– The York County Coroner’s office has released the cause of death for 41-year old Everett Palmer, Jr., of Seaford, Delaware. Palmer died on April 9, 2018 at York Hospital, after first becoming unresponsive at York County Prison. According to the coroner’s reported, released on July 28, 2018, Palmer died from: “Complications following an excited state, associated with methamphetamine toxicity, during physical restraint.” A contributing factor in Palmer’s death was Sickle Cell Disease. The manner of […]

  • Habitat for Humanity dedicates two homes to families in York

    YORK, Pa.–  It was a special day for two families in York, as they became the proud owners of new homes. Representatives from York Habitat for Humanity turned over two sets of keys at a dedication ceremony; giving the families something they have always dreamed about: owning their own homes. The organization built a duplex on an empty lot on West Locust Street, creating homes for the families. For Tonie McGhee, a mother of four, it provides them with the […]

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