Closings & Delays

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
  • Brunner Island power plant owners agree to $1M penalty, largest ever assessed in PA for coal ash pollution

    HARRISBURG, — Talen Energy, owner of the Brunner Island Generating Station in York Haven, will pay a $1 million penalty, the largest ever in Pennsylvania for coal and ash pollution under an agreement with environmental groups. Additionally, Talen will close and excavate one ash pond, monitor and address leakage of pollutants from other waste sites and contribute an additional $100,000 to fund supplemental projects to reduce local water pollution, according to the agreement. “Today’s agreement will reduce the impact of […]

  • Woman shot and killed in Cumberland County; police keeping tight lip on suspects

    NORTH MIDDLETON TOWNSHIP, Pa. – The death of a woman who was found out front of her home Monday is now being investigated as a homicide. According to the coroner, 64-year-old Linda Brandt died from gunshot wounds, and police are keeping a tight lip on the investigation. Bullet holes were scattered across the side of a home on the 400 block of Pleasant Hall Road in Cumberland County. It was a sinister reminder of what Kenneth E. Smith, Jr. found […]

  • UPDATE: Police say man was not stealing packages in Newberry Twp

    LEWISBERRY, PA. — Newberry Twp Police now say the man suspected of stealing packages earlier in the week was instead soliciting for his business and did NOT take anything. Police made contact with the man, whose picture and picture of his red pickup truck were shared in hopes of identifying him earlier in the week. PREVIOUS STORY: Newberry Township Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a man whom we believe might be  stealing property from residents porches. […]

  • Border Patrol Takes Down 91 Pounds of Meth

    SALTON CITY, CA.– El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents working at the Highway 86 immigration checkpoint arrested a woman suspected of smuggling methamphetamine on Friday morning. The incident occurred at approximately 9:10 a.m., when a 47-year-old woman driving a white Honda Pilot approached the checkpoint.  A Border Patrol canine detection team alerted to the vehicle.  Agents sent the vehicle to secondary inspection for further investigation. While in secondary inspection, Border Patrol agents discovered several packages hidden inside the ceiling of the vehicle in a […]

  • Police: Man exposed himself at convenience store

    MANCHESTER TWP, York County, PA — Northern York Regional Police charge a man with indecent exposure for allegedly exposing himself to a woman and her children outside a Rutters convenience store. It happened on July 19 around 2:21 p.m. Police were called to the Rutters located at 509 Greenbriar Rd. An employee of the store said a man was making a disturbance and had exposed himself to customers. The responding police officer found the suspect walking in a nearby parking […]

  • Police: Woman punched, tried to bite EMT

    EPHRATA, PA — A New Providence woman is charged with aggravated assault after police say she punched an EMT.  It happened on July 20 at 10:53 a.m. Police and ambulance personnel responded to the 100 block of East Pine Street, Ephrata Borough, for a medical emergency.  During the course of treatment, police say Alissa Cross, 31, was combative and punched an EMT with Ephrata Ambulance in the chest, tried to strike another EMT and tried to bite an EMT and […]

  • Harrisburg Fire Chief tweets about fireworks causing fires in city

    HARRISBURG, PA. — Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Chief Brian Enterline sent out a series of tweets about fireworks causing problems in the city last night. The first was a fire in the roof of a row home and the second in a rotted tree. Off to a #horrible start with #fireworks in #harrisburg…..2 fires 1st roof of an occupied row home 2nd a rotted tree #firefighters across #PA are behind the #8ball with the #legalization of #fireworks by the #PALegislature….they […]

  • Workers locked out at Armstrong Flooring

    LANCASTER, PA. — Armstrong Flooring locked out 180 union workers from its Dillerville Road facility on Tuesday. A spokesman for the company says the action was taken in hopes of reaching a contract. United Steelworkers Local 285 workers have been working without a contract since October 2017, when the last contract expired. Steve Trapnell, Communications Manager for Armstrong Flooring says the company and union representatives have met 24 times and reached three separate Tentative Agreements. Each of those Tentative Agreements […]

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    Harrisburg School District Receiver responds to audit

    HARRISBURG, PA. — Harrisburg School District Receiver, Dr. Janet Samuels released a statement today in response to the audit report released yesterday by the Dept. of Education. The report was a scathing review of district accounting and Human Resources practices over the past three years and found over $5 million in questioned costs and expenditures made by the district. “In my capacity as the court appointed Receiver, I acknowledge receipt of the audit which is a clear indictment of the […]

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