Hello! I’m Katie Kyros, I love meeting people and the honor of telling their stories. I always knew I’d be in news and started out as the editor of my high school newspaper, in Chevy Chase, MD, where I grew up.

I majored in English at the University of Michigan. I love the Wolverines, I know I’m in the wrong part of the Big 10 but bear with me!

Before coming to FOX43, I spent two years reporting and anchoring at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Maryland. That’s where I began covering central PA, as well as MD and WV.

I got to cover many unforgettable stories there. One favorite: Traveling to Marine Corps Boot Camp on Parris Island to cover local recruits, where they put me to the test– Semper Fi! And the craziest moment: One of my stories exposed bullying at a local high school– another teen showed up and actually attacked my subject in front of the camera. He didn’t get away with it, my story went viral on various news networks and he later plead guilty in juvenile court.

In my spare time, I like to road trip, learn Greek words and watch bad reality TV about ghost hunting.
On a personal note, my younger sister has autism and she’s one of the lights in my life. I’m a supporter of Autism Speaks, special needs issues are very close to my heart and I’m always happy to talk about it!

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Recent Articles
  • Route 30 reopened after rough rush hour

    HELLAM TOWNSHIP, Pa. – The eastbound lanes on Route 30 between Hallam and Wrightsville reopened Wednesday night after crews worked to stabilize a damaged overpass. The Burgs Lane Bridge was hit by a truck carrying a backhoe on Monday night. It knocked a chunk out of the bridge, making it unstable. PennDOT officials estimated it might not reopen until Friday, but officials say crews got equipment to the scene faster than expected. Drivers handled a messy rush hour at the […]

  • Aftermath of the Paris attacks: ‘This is not Islam’

    YORK, Pa. – Locals across the area, and in Paris, are still reeling in the aftermath of the terror attacks. A York native and Elizabethtown graduate, Edna Zhou, lives in Paris and found herself just a block and a half away from the terror site at the cafe La Belle Equipe, on Friday. She was at a bar owned by American friends when the attacks started, but she says they didn’t realize how huge and calculated the attacks would be. […]

  • New soccer rule banning headers changes the game for local teams

    YORK, Pa. – The U.S. Soccer Federation is changing the game for young players across the country. Officials have set new rules for heading the ball. The U.S. hasn’t always taken the lead in soccer, but now the U.S. Soccer Federation is looking to take the lead in soccer safety. The governing body of the sport said this week there should be no headers for any players 10 and under. Players between 11 and 13 will be able to practice […]

  • Neigbors pack Hummelstown meeting; Say they’ll be ‘fearful’ if Officer Lisa Mearkle returns to force

    HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. – Officer Lisa Mearkle has not yet returned to work at the Hummelstown Police Department, but she has said she intends to, and some community members turned out in a crowd to say they don’t want her back. Mearkle was acquitted in the murder of David Kassick last week. After he ran from her during a traffic stop, she tased him repeatedly and then shot him twice in the back, killing him. She said she thought Kassick was […]

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    Business owners react to proposed higher sales tax with concern

    RED LION, Pa. – Lawmakers are hashing out the details of an overdue state budget, but in the meantime, consumers are reacting to the pieces of it they’ve already announced, including an increase in the state sales tax. The governor and Republican leaders announced on Tuesday that they plan to raise the sales tax from 6% to 7.25%. They say that will generate $2 billion to go to property tax cuts. Right now the money for those reductions comes from […]

  • Navy midshipmen work to aid refugees

    MOUNT JOY, Pa. — Young members of the military spent Veterans Day giving back in Lancaster County. 78 Midshipmen from the Naval Academy packed boxes of food, as well as clothing and blankets for Global Aid network. They packed 150 boxes of rice and beans, with 144 meals inside each one- totaling more than 10,000 meals. The boxes will go to refugee camps around the world. First-year midshipman Diane Muhizi is a refugee herself. Her family fled the genocide in […]

  • Budget to set historic milestones in education, sales tax increase

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Governor, Senate Majority leader Jake Corman (R-34th) and House Majority leader Dave Reed (R-62nd) came out of a closed-door meeting to update the public on the latest budget agreement, with the $30 billion ‘basic framework’ in place. On Monday, Governor Tom Wolf announced they’d agreed on a $750 million education funding increase over two years. But Senator Corman later denied that. “The short answer is no, but we can focus on that, or we can focus […]

  • Governor Wolf announces agreement for largest education funding increase in PA history

    HARRISBURG, Pa.- Pennsylvania is into its fifth month without a state budget, but now Governor Tom Wolf says there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Wolf says he’s reached an agreement with Republicans on a history-making increase in education funding. His office says Republican leaders have agreed to a $750 million increase over two years, the largest education funding increase in state history. “After months of obstruction, we’ve made real progress on a budget deal and for the […]

  • Public reacts: Video of Hummelstown police shooting of unarmed man

    HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. – The taser video just released to the public, showing the shooting of an unarmed man by a Hummelstown police officer, is provoking strong reactions in the area. The Dauphin County District Attorney made the video public on the office’s website, after the jury found Officer Lisa Mearkle not guilty in the murder of David Kassick. Mearkle chased Kassick after he fled from a traffic stop on February 2. She then chased him on foot near his home […]

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