Raised in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami, Florida, I am now happy to call Central Pennsylvania home! I am a Pennsylvania State University graduate and have worked as a reporter at various national magazines and newspapers in New York City.

After nearly 6 years of working in print journalism, I decided to make a change and switch careers to broadcasting. I was fortunate enough to land a job at FOX43-WPMT! In January 2017 I started in production part-time to get my foot in the door, learned the ropes of TV reporting on the side, helped out everywhere in between and worked my way up to Reporter/ Multimedia Journalist one year later.

When I am not covering news, you can find me spending time with my family, running, traveling and going anywhere with a beach when I am able! I am an animal lover and have a rescue cat & dog, who I refer to as my ‘fur babies’…cant image my life without them!

Have a story you want to share or a news tip? Give me a shout! You can email me at: Jcarbonare@fox43.com

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Recent Articles
  • Signs of drowning experts say people are missing

    YORK, Pa. — Drownings don’t always happen the way it appears in the movies. “People think drowning is this situation where they’re in the water, they’re splashing their hands above the water, they’re screaming,” said Chief Matt Baily with Susquehanna EMS. However, that’s not the case, because experts say it can happen in seconds and it’s quiet. “There’s not thrashing, there’s not a lot of any kind of motion whatsoever, you can see the child underneath the water, trying to get […]

  • Principal at York school speaks out following discriminatory website statement backlash

    YORK, Pa. — It’s been a challenging week for `Tidings of Peace Christian School` in York. After posting a controversial message on the welcome page of their website, Clayton Shenk, who is a pastor and principal at the school, says he is being accused of making racist remarks and wants to set the record straight. “It was poorly worded and I would do it all over again if I had the opportunity,” said Clayton Shenk, Tidings of Peace Christian School. […]

  • Palmyra woman catches masked man with knife peeking through her window

    PALMYRA, Pa. — A neighborhood in Lebanon County is shaken up after a masked man with a knife is caught peeking through a window. Now people in palmyra are on high alert as police search for the man behind the mask. “It was terrifying,” said Audrey Moser, victim. Audrey Moser, who lives on Willow street, says a masked man tapped on her front window and took off. “It was like a scene out of a horror film,” added Moser. Moser says an hour […]

  • Proposed policy may allow PA state universities to set own tuition rates

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Going to a state university in Pennsylvania may look a little different for students in the next two years. That’s because Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education is considering a policy change that would allow of the states 14 universities to come up with its own tuition plan. “They would be able to devise their own tuition plans that meet their needs, their specific programs, their specific mix of students, the different cost factors that are in […]

  • Black fly population creating ‘nuisance’ for those near rivers and streams

    LOWER WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa.  — The black fly population is growing throughout rivers and streams across the state of Pennsylvania and unfortunately, the weather has impacted efforts to eliminate gnats, also know as the ‘black fly’. “The warmer the temperature, the faster they grow,” said Dr. John Wallace, Board Certified Forensic Entomologist. Dr. John Wallace, who is a forensic entomologist, says there are a few contributing factors to the problem this year. One of them being warmer temperatures. […]

  • York County soldier surprises family with homecoming from Afghanistan at Dutch Wonderland show

    EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — A military hero gives his family the surprise of a lifetime on Saturday at Dutch Wonderland in Lancaster County. United States Army Sergeant, James Miller of York County, arranged to be reunited with his family at one of the amusement parks diving shows, after spending a year in Afghanistan. “It’s awesome to be home and to be able to hold the kids, you know, thankfully nothing happened while I was gone so I […]

  • Neighbors react after body is found on sidewalk in Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Police are trying to figure out how a man’s body ended up on a sidewalk in Harrisburg. Investigators say they got the call around 6:00 a.m. Friday morning. A person walking along the 200 block of South 14th and Kittatinny Streets in Harrisburg stumbled across a body with gunshot wounds on a sidewalk. However, officials with Harrisburg Bureau of Police say there were no reports of gunshots that morning. Ureses Collaso, who lives across the street from where the body was […]

  • Owner stuck with repair costs after vehicle crashes into her York County home

    MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — A York County woman is stuck paying hundreds of dollars after a suspected drunk driver, who led police officers on a chase, crashed his car into the side of her North George Street home on Wednesday. Now that woman is looking to take legal action. The car was going 80 miles per hour, crashed into Jennifer Smiths home in Manchester Township, went airborne and landed on its side. “At first I thought maybe a […]

  • Search continues for man who fell out of boat on Susquehanna river

    LOWER WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Recovery efforts continued on Wednesday as crews searched for the 35-year-old man, who fell out of a boat into the Susquehanna River in York County on Tuesday night. “When you switch from rescue to recovery mode, it takes a hit on the guys, they still want to do their best and go out here and hopefully find this gentleman,” said Duane Hagelgans, Chief Commissioner, Blue Rock Fire Rescue. Emergency crews from around the […]