I’ve been slingin’ in the news game for 19 years. I interned with FOX43 and started working part-time studio crew while still in college. I was heavy into the sports scene in the early years, shooting local high school, college and professional sports, local racing and travelling to shoot stories on Indy car racing, NASCAR, Phillies and Orioles baseball, Penn State and NFL Football, even some Bowl games and Super Bowl XXXV, and helping produce the weekly Sunday Sports Live for a few years.

I switched to the news side almost 10 years ago and currently run the Assignment Desk. I’ve always been into news, and my job is the best fit for me- I’m nosy by nature and I get to boss people around!

It means a lot to me to be plugged in and doing this job where I was raised in Central PA. I graduated from Eastern York High School and York College, and except for my stint in the Army between high school and college, have lived my whole life right here in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. My family has deep roots here.

I enjoy the outdoors and coach baseball and soccer in my (increasingly sparse) free time.


Recent Articles
  • Auditor General: PA must do more to help keep people warm through winter

    Says 527 families potentially missed out on services during four-year audit period HARRISBURG – Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said his recent performance audits of two programs designed to keep low-income Pennsylvanians warm and safer through winter found the state failed to spend $5.4 million of federal funding that potentially could have helped 527 families. DCED administers the federal Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) which helps low-income families reduce energy costs by increasing the energy efficiency of their homes. DHS administers […]

  • Lancaster man accused of biting, strangling victim in domestic dispute

    Manheim Twp., Lancaster County, PA. — A Lancaster man is arrested after police say he punched, bit and strangled a victim in a car during a domestic dispute.  Police say during the altercation, Jaleel Y. Corley, 22, placed his hands on the victim’s throat and squeezed, which impeded their ability to breathe.  Corley also threatened the victim by saying he would “kill them” and “get someone to beat them up.” He allegedly punched and bit the victim numerous times. Police say there […]

  • Lawsuit filed over deadly Harrisburg hoverboard fire

    HARRISBURG, PA. — A lawsuit has been filed against the importers of the hoverboard that started the deadly fire that claimed the lives of two children in Harrisburg last year. The March 10th fire at 2534 Lexington Street claimed the lives of Ashanti Hughes, 2, and Savannah Dominick, 10. An investigation determined a LayZBoard hoverboard caused the fire by exploding while it was being charged. Several fires across the country were blamed on the hoverboards, including one in Manchester Twp, York County that destroyed […]

  • Arrest in armed robbery of pizza shop in Paxtang

    SWATARA TWP., Dauphin County, PA. — A Harrisburg man is in custody after police say he robbed a Domino’s Pizza at gunpoint. It happened on June 20th, around 10:49 p.m. Three men, wearing hooded sweatshirts, masks and gloves, and armed with handguns, entered the Domino’s Pizza on S. 29th Street and robbed the employees at gunpoint. The suspects ran from the store and eluded capture. Investigators say they were led to Daniel Credle, 19, of Hall Manor in Harrisburg, as […]

  • New Holland man arrested after challenging ex-boss to fight

    EARL TWP., Lancaster County, PA. — A man who was fired from his job is now facing charges after police say he returned to challenge his former supervisor to a fight. Patrick Rosales, 37, of New Holland, was terminated from his job in May, and ordered not to return to the property, by the employer and police. On June 20, around 8:30 a.m., Rosales allegedly showed up at the business, located in the 800 block of East Earl Rd, and […]

  • Pictures of Myerstown mail theft suspect released

    LEBANON COUNTY, Pa.– Police are investigating a mail theft incident in which two men were seen stealing a large amount of mail from a Myerstown mail box. On May 18 and May 24 around 2:00 a.m., two male suspects were observed stealing mail from a mail drop box located outside the U.S. Post Office in the first block of W. Jefferson Ave. in Myerstown. On May 18, the men arrived in a light-colored minivan, believed to be a Chrysler Towns […]

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    Careless smoking likely cause of deadly Perry County fire

    Newport, PA – State Police say careless smoking may be to blame for the death of a Perry County woman last night. It happened Monday evening at 540 S. 4th Street in Oliver Twp. Paulina Mae Swartz, 57, died in the fire. The State Police in Newport were contacted at 6:48 p.m. The State Police Fire Marshal conducted the fire investigation. The investigation is being classified as accidental caused by careless smoking with a point of origin located in the […]

  • Arson investigation in Swatara Twp

    Swatara Twp. Dauphin County, PA. — Police are looking for two suspects they say attempted to set a building on fire. It happened around 8:26 p.m. Monday, July 2, in the 2900 block of Revere St in Swatara Twp. The suspects poured and then ignited gasoline along the side of a building causing a large flammable liquid fire. Police say the suspects were captured on video from neighboring businesses and they need your help to identify them. Anyone with information […]

  • Police investigate paintball shootings in Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG, PA — Harrisburg Police are investigating overnight reports of paintball shootings in the city. Calls came in around 2:25 a.m. reporting people shooting paintballs from vehicles. Officers were able to stop one of the two vehicles involved and the passengers, two adults and two juveniles, were charged accordingly. There have been several other incidents involving either people shooting paintballs from vehicles, or individuals running around neighborhoods shooting paintballs. They have targeted houses, vehicles, and people.  There have also been several incidents […]