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
  • Couple has yet to see $12K in refund after Lauxmont Farms cancels wedding days beforehand

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Christine and Richard Merrill were supposed to get married in May at Lauxmont Farms in York County. But a storm changed that, just four days before the couple’s big day. “He [venue owner Ron Kohr] was like, ‘there was damage done to the tent and at this point, honestly Christine, either we can give you your full refund but you need to come to see this to see what we’re going to do,'” Christine said. A video […]

  • York Jewish Community Center to improve security due to recent anti-Semitic attacks

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Since November, non-profit religious and community-based organizations have been able to apply for a grant to improve security. And due to the recent anti-Semitic attacks, the York Jewish Community Center (York JCC) in York Township did just that. “I’m not afraid,” said Dani Fessler, president and CEO of the York JCC. “I don’t feel any fear but my concerns are we need to make sure that our community is safe.” To lessen that, Fessler asked the […]

  • PA residents react to U-Haul’s decision to not hire those who use nicotine

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Pennsylvania is one of 21 states that allows employers to consider tobacco use when making hiring decisions. Starting February 1, U-Haul will implement that policy and decline to hire those who use nicotine. FOX43’s Jossie Carbonare spoke with residents in south central Pennsylvania about the move. “I probably wouldn’t apply,” said Carla Shank. “I mean I am a smoker and you should be able to do whatever you want. Doing it on my own time; if […]

  • New federal overtime rule goes into effect in Pennsylvania

    Harrisburg, pa – Tens of thousands of people are expected to see a pay bump this year, thanks to a new federal overtime rule. The regulation is backed by The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry and applies to hourly employees who work more than 40 hours a week, as well as salaried workers making less than $35,500 a year.  The rule is expected to benefit about 61,000 people in the state. “Giving my employees their due is the right […]

  • PA Dept. of Agriculture warning Farm Show exhibitors following Strep Zoo outbreak at local farm

    LANCASTER, Pa. — A Lancaster County farm under quarantine following an outbreak of a disease that can be transferred to humans.  The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture alongside the U.S Department of Agriculture Veterinary Services are warning farm show exhibitors after an investigation revealed an outbreak of “Strep Zoo” at New Holland sales stable in New Holland. Officials say a pig at the stable, which is currently under quarantine, along with a few others showing symptoms of the disease had to […]

  • Police seek person accused of throwing ‘incendiary device’ at courthouse window

    ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. — An investigation is underway after an explosive device was thrown at the Adams County Courthouse Sunday night, according to police. Newly released surveillance video shows the perpetrator in the act. That suspect was captured on video walking on West Middle Street before approaching the west side — the back part — of the courthouse before removing what’s known as a Molotov cocktail, lighting it and then throwing it. Police say the homemade device, a glass bottle […]

  • Diocese of Harrisburg pays $12.7 million to survivors of clergy sexual abuse

    HARRISBURG — The Diocese of Harrisburg has paid $12.7 million to 111 survivors of clergy sexual abuse through its compensation program, according to Mike Barley, a spokesperson for the diocese. FOX43 reached out to the diocese following an Associated Press report that said seven Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania, including Harrisburg, have paid nearly $84 million to more than 500 survivors. “It’s unfortunate that we are at this point but I believe the Diocese of Harrisburg did the best thing they […]

  • Thousands of Christmas cards sent to special needs man from strangers across the country

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — A local man with special needs has been receiving the gift of Christmas in the days leading up to the holiday from complete strangers. Each day this montH, people from across the country have been sending Brandon Bohner, 35, Christmas cards — an act of kindness that is lighting up his spirit. Brandon’s aunt Beverly Fulkroad, who has custody of him, says a mailbox of cards brings out a child-like joy. Following the death of his […]

  • Millions of travelers expected on PA Turnpike through holiday week

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Turnpike will see an uptick in vehicles as the holiday approaches. A staggering 600,000 vehicles will be on the Turnpike each day over the next week and a half, and officials are warning drivers to brace themselves. “You’ve got Christmas in the middle of the week and people area trying to get a jump on their holiday travels,” said Carl DeFebo, spokesperson for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. To avoid the mess, officials say you […]

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