Hello! Born and raised in Harrisburg, I am thrilled to be broadcasting in my hometown market. Keep in mind, it took nearly 11 years and 5 states to make my way home to Central Pennsylvania…

In 2002, I graduated from Susquehanna Township High School and traveled to the state of Indiana where I quickly adapted to being a ‘Hoosier!’ At IU, I studied Broadcast Journalism and Theater and Drama. While in college, I interned in the Big Apple for Fox 5 “Good Day New York” and “Inside Edition.” After earning my Bachelor’s degree, I headed to the Northwoods of Wisconsin where I made my first mark in TV News. In addition to anchoring and reporting, I hosted a memorable segment called, “Reservations with Rebecca,” featuring popular restaurants and tempting foods within the area. From Wisconsin, I broadcasted in Toledo, OH, Knoxville, TN and most recently, Elmira, NY.

Some fun facts about me as a Journalist: I interviewed Brian Williams, Dr. Oz, Alex Trebek, and country stars Dierks Bentley, Eric Church and Little Big Town (to name a few). I am also a proud member of the National Federation of Press Women. I won a first place NFPW award for my exclusive interview with Dr. Oz on Male Body Image.

Some more fun facts about me: My pet child, Rizzo, is a spoiled rescue dog! She’s a 10 pound mini poodle crossed with spaniel and even some lab. I am a firm believer in helping to find homeless animals forever homes. I live a gluten free lifestyle which is actually not as hard as you may think because many chocolates are GF certified!! My hobbies include cooking, shopping, traveling, diving into a good novel and watching the latest hits on the big screen and stage. Running, spinning and circuit training are my favorite fitness activities. I ran a half-marathon in Rochester and hope to run more in the future! I am also an avid philanthropist who enjoys volunteering in spare time.

Now, I’d love to hear from you! If you’re wondering why I interviewed Brian Williams, want to find out more about Rizzo, or if you know of any tasty GF venues or recipes, feel free to email, tweet or facebook me!


Recent Articles
  • Crossroads Middle School Students return to school beaming with Red Land pride

    LEWISBERRY, YORK COUNTY – For most kids, returning to school is nothing to brag about, except for those in the West Shore School District.  Especially Middle School students at Crossroads who are spreading some extra cheer to the Red Land Little League All-Stars. Landon Henline’s starting his first day of Middle School without his big brother, Jaden.  He says, “I would like him to be here, I got nervous when I walked in and I froze for a minute, I […]

  • House and senate pass a budget plan that Gov. Corbett will not sign

    Deadlock on budget means agencies and its beneficiaries are scrambling for support

    Some Pennsylvania service agencies are starting to feel the pinch of partisan deadlock in a passing a budget.  The budget’s already over 50 days late. Patrina Lewis, of Lancaster, turns to Headstart as a safe zone for her children. Lewis says, “Having a program that’s free and available to us, where our children are safe and can eat healthy meals, provide transportation.” Plus, it’s an agency that makes her feel welcomed.  She says, “I feel like I’m not the only […]

  • Mobile Produce Stand helps people access fresh fruits and veggies

    People who visit the Community Action Program throughout Lancaster County have one week left to enjoy fresh produce from right outside the agency.  The produce stand is there every Monday, until the end of August. The agency works with local vendors to provide fresh produce to people who normally wouldn’t have access to it. CAP Chief Executive Officer, Dan Jurman says, “Most of the health concerns people who live in poverty find themselves up against are nutrition or lifestyle, not […]

  • Retired Army Colonel from South Middleton Township supports women in frontline combat

    The first female soldiers to complete the Army’s Ranger School are celebrating their graduation from the rigorous program.  First Lieutenant Shaye Haver, of Texas, and Captain Kristen Griest, of Connecticut, along with 94 male soldiers at Fort Benning, Georgia U.S. Army Base graduated Friday. Retired Army Colonel Tom Faley praises the women for their success.  He says the Ranger course is one of the most challenging things you could ever do.  He knows, because he passed his ranger course in […]

  • Massive flames destroy a home in Hanover

    Hanover, PA – Firefighters responded to a home on the 200 block of Carlisle Road, in Hanover, just after noon, Thursday.  The owner of the home is being treated for smoke inhalation.  Officials say he hoarded a lot of items which made putting out the fire more challenging.  The fire did damage some units at an apartment complex next door.  The neighbors were not injured.  The Fire Marshall will investigate the cause of the fire.  

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    Regal Cinemas bag checks trigger reactions in Central Pennsylvania

    If you carry a bag into the movies, prepare to be checked before entering.  Movie giant, Regal Cinemas has made bag checking a new safety procedure. Moviegoer, Robert Sykes says, “Considering the climate we live in now you can’t be too safe you can give up a little liberty for the greater good and make sure we’re safe and secure. I don’t have a problem with it.” Regal’s policy comes in the wake of recent movie theater shootings, in Louisiana […]

  • A Republican plan for pension reform and school funding

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Republican lawmakers say they’ll meet Governor Wolf’s demand to boost public school aid, while they insist on pension reform.  The talks come a mid a 7-week-old budget stalemate.  The budget impasse has started to shut down services around the State. The legislature’s Republican leaders met with Governor Wolf at the capital with an offer to address both side’s number one issues. Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says, “If he can embrace that pension reform bill, then we […]

  • Preventing a worker shortage on Pennsylvania farms

    Leaders in Pennsylvania’s agriculture industry are praising the State’s more than 1,000 farmers markets for creating jobs and boosting the economy. But, a shortage of workers could soon mean a decline in one of the State’s leading money makers. 4th generation farmer, Jon Strite, is celebrating a 100 year-old family business. “I grew up doing this, I never worked for anybody else, when you’re young you either take it or you don’t,” says Strite. He says working at Strite’s Orchard, […]

  • Red Land little league team hopes you’ll make a pledge for childhood cancer

    We’re learning more about the Red Land Little League Baseball Team’s character.  They may be stars on the diamond, but they’re also making sure kids with cancer receive the support they need in Central Pennsylvania.  They’re teaming up with fans for the Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Northeastern’s Marcus Josey has a bright future.  He’s received letters from Harvard and Yale to play football.  But the athlete’s success on the football field is on hold.  Josey […]

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