A country girl at heart, I was born and raised a farm girl in NEPA (Northeastern Pennsylvania). I graduated from Western Wayne High School as the class athlete and found my passion for sports journalism. I am an avid sports lover and proud to cover all of Central Pennsylvania.

I joined FOX43, December of 2016, as a video journalist. From covering Penn State football, to local stories and filling in for our sports guy, you can say I do it all.

Before starting at FOX43, I was a student-athlete at Shippensburg University. I competed on the SHIP Track and Field team, #PrideTeamTradition, was an All-PSAC jumper and a hurdler. When I wasn’t competing or studying, I was a Sports Anchor and Sideline Reporter for the university television station, SUTV. Not like I wasn’t busy enough, I also worked in the sports information office, covering all of SHIP’s 20-sports teams.

Before graduating from SHIP, I was a sports intern at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania. I had the honor of interviewing some pronounced professional athletes from NASCAR’s Mark Martin, to Major League Baseball’s Chase Utley and Ryan Howard.

I graduated Shippensburg University in 2013 with a Bachelors of Arts in Communication/Journalism, with an emphasis in electronic media and a minor in Coaching. I loved SHIP so much, continuing into my graduate degree and graduated in 2015 with a Masters degree in Communication Studies, concentrating on digital media and strategic public relations.

I am a recent PAB award-winner with FOX43. My most memorable moment, so far, at FOX43, was traveling to Charolette Motor Speedway to feature a Millersburg High School student, taking his foundation around the track, raising awareness for his rare brain cancer and being an advocate for children.

In my spare time, you can catch me spending time with friends and family, walking my husky Kona, enjoying the great outdoors, working out and watching my favorite sports teams. Yes, I have an array of teams! (Penn State Football, Duke Basketball, N.Y. Giants, Boston Red Sox)

My bucket list is to attend every NASCAR track, NFL and MLB stadium and attend a Final Four.

Have a story idea? Email me at lbarna@fox43.com or hit me up on Facebook @lyndsaybarnaTV, Twitter @lyndsay_barna and Instagram @lyndsay.barnatv.

I’m always looking for a great BBQ or tailgate, let me know where yours is at. See you at the next Penn State game!


Recent Articles
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    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Becoming a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurse was an unexpected calling for Holly Archambo. Archambo, of Enola, was 27-weeks pregnant when she woke up one morning and saw blood. I kept thinking I’m not going to hear her heartbeat when we get there. She’s gone. I lost her,” said Archambo. Hooked up to monitors at the hospital, she heard the heartbeat. Not knowing she was in labor for a week. Archambo had a placental abruption, where […]

  • Pioneers runner-up at PIAA State Softball Championships

    University Park, Centre County — Not every day, you hear one school from Central PA have finalist in both the softball and baseball finals. Lampeter-Strasburg did just so. Pioneer softball looks to win back-to-back titles. Facing Penn Trafford in the second inning, Lampeter-Strasburg in a jam. Warriors with two runners on. Pioneers get out of it, spin the double play. Great turn by Daisy Frank and Chloe Blantz, to end the threat. In the third, Brynne Baker in a jam […]

  • Williams Valley wins 1A softball final

    University Park, Centre County — After defeating West Greene in 2016 and losing the state softball final to the same team, the past two seasons. You would understand if Williams Valley welcomed another opponent. This time, the Lady Vikings dueled with Dubois Central Catholic. Williams Valley played near perfect in the biggest game of the season. Bottom of the third, Vikings up 1-0. Emma Crisswell. Out to right field, nearly a collision. Good enough for two RBI’s. Top of the […]

  • Harrisburg community honors late native, former NFL coach Dennis Green

    HARRISBURG, Pa — The Harrisburg community coming together to honor a local legend and former National Football League head coach, Dennis Green, naming a part of Walnut Street after him. Some may remember Dennis Green by his talents on and off the field at John Harris High School. Others, a trailblazer for African-American coaches. But, however they did, Green was a Central Pennsylvania legend. “He held everybody accountable, meaning, you have to hold your water and do your job and […]

  • Carlisle Barracks to conduct third disinterment of six Native Americans

      NORTH MIDDLETON TOWNSHIP, Cumberland County —  The U.S. Army plans to disinter the remains of six Native American children buried at the Carlisle Barracks in Cumberland County … The children died over a century ago while attending Carlisle Indian Industrial School in the late 1800s. “It’s very emotional. It’s very emotional for the families and for people in our community. The Carlisle Indian Industrial School (CIIS) included children from virtually every Native American nation in the country,” said Barbara […]

  • Local Lions Club disaster relief efforts

    WEST COCALICO TWP., Lancaster County — In any type of disaster, the Lions Club Disaster Relief is there to serve the community., whether it be lending a hand or a temporary place to stay. Based out of Christiana, Lancaster County, they’re there when people in the community need it the most. “I’ve never seen such community love and giving. It’s overwhelming for me,” said Michele Kyle, Morgantown, Berks county. The Lions have been helping out with the most recent disasters, […]

  • U.S. Navy veteran and musician serving our nation’s heroes

    WEST MANCHESTER TWP., York County — Years after service, a U.S. Navy veteran and musician is now serving our nation’s heroes. David Bray is a York County veteran that is dedicating his musical career to veterans, police officers and firefighters. He has performed as a rock musician his whole life through his time in the military and is now writing songs to help ease the pain some veterans and their families may be dealing with. “I wanted to give back […]

  • Several champions named on the final day of PIAA Track & Field States

    SHIPPENSBURG TWP., Cumberland County — Hot and sunny day for the final day of the PIAA State Track and Field Championships. District III certainly represented well to close out the 2019 season. Start on the track with the 4 by 800 meter relay. 2A girls, Camp Hill finishes fourth with a time of 9:39.96 seconds. 3A girls, Elizabethtown Area and Carlisle. Bears finish fourth, 9:16.25 seconds and the Bison finish 8th. Boys 2A, Cedar Cliff finishes 5th in 7:48.67 seconds. […]

  • Maple Grove Raceway gears up for a busy weekend

    BRECKNOCK TOWNSHIP, Berks County — Have a need for speed? Maple Grove Raceway just might have something to fuel the urge. The 48th Annual Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series event kicks off Memorial Day weekend. Thousands of people are expected to come out to see cars burn rubber with top speeds of 280 mph. The feature event, Saturday night, the showdown at sundown. “This gives the opportunity for racers who are just down the street the opportunity to take the same […]

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