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
  • York City leaders review options to maintain city’s financial stability

    YORK, Pa. — At Tuesday’s York City Council meeting, council members learned the fate of their financial status is in jeopardy, unless they take action. The Pennsylvania Economy League presented the early intervention which outlines the city’s finances.  The report is the third of its kind for the city since 2005. It shows the city can expect expenses to outpace revenues starting in 2018. It also shows that the trend would worsen with time. The report says in 2020, the city’s […]

  • Unruly crowds force shutdown of popular swimming spot in Shippensburg

    SHIPPENSBURG TOWNSHIP, Pa. — On Tuesday afternoon, a wading pool and splash pad sat empty at the Shippensburg Township Park. “I saw a lot of problems developing here and before something serious happens, I think we can take the smart course of action,” Glenn Asper, Shippensburg Township Park Manager said. Both Asper and his wife, Doris, said the decision to close the pool came down to disrespectful patrons not following the posted guidelines. “When you ask them not to take […]

  • Perry County Animal Rescue director outraged after illegal dumping of tires

    MILLERSTOWN, Pa. — Inside of the Perry County Animal Rescue, it’s business as usual, but outside is a different story. A volunteer’s daily walk at the rescue shelter led her to a disappointing discovery.  Police are now investigating the illegal dumping of hundreds of tires just steps from the 45-acre property the shelter is situated on. “I was upset, disappointed, and disgusted,” Paula Current, director of the rescue said. “They go down the bank and into the woods, several that […]

  • PennDOT supports efforts to slow down drivers in work zones

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — PennDOT Officials want drivers to slow down in work zones, so they hope lawmakers will speed up a plan to place cameras in active interstate work zones. Scott Christie is the deputy secretary for highways with PennDOT. He says, “What we’re talking about is monitoring or enforcing speed limits in work zones. Using new technology to supplement the police enforcement at work zones seems to be a very reasonable solution.” Christie says a five-year pilot program would […]

  • Indian Steps Road Cottage residents fight for summer homes

    LOWER CHANCEFORD TOWNSHIP, Pa.– The cottages along Indian Steps Road have been part of the community since the 1950’s. But in a few years, more than half of these cottages will be demolished. For many, the cottages are a scenic place where they can spend their summer.The cottages sit on land that is owned by PPL, which recently became Talen Energy. Talen Energy plans to demolish around ten of the cottages in 2018. The energy company is tearing down the homes as a part of their land conservation and […]

  • Helping Susquehanna Twp. woman find life-saving match

    Two months ago, Jillian Procope, of Susquehanna Township, received a life-changing diagnosis of leukemia. She’s hospitalized and waiting for a bone marrow transplant. But the wait may be longer for Jillian because of her genetic makeup. So that’s why her best friends are overseeing efforts to save her life. In June, Lynsey Alicea’s best friend, Jillian, called her with bad news. Lynsey says, “She calls me and says I have leukemia, and I was shocked, what? No you can’t, this […]

  • Proposed lift on gay Boy Scout leaders ban stirs reaction

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — By the end of July, any adult will be able to lead Boy Scouts, no matter their sexual orientation. The Boy Scouts of America‘s executive committee adopted a resolution last week that would change its policy on who can lead. In June, the Supreme Court ruled gay marriage a constitutional right in all states. Now, one of the leading youth organizations in the country is making a change. Although the two are not related, many people are […]

  • Golf amateurs take a swing on U.S Women’s Open course

    Organizers of the U.S. Women’s Open attribute its success to the 2600 helpers. Plus, a U.S. Open Record- more than 130,000 spectators. But the excitement wasn’t completely over today, as a few amateurs took a swing at the exact pin placement from Sunday. Bob Brandt spent the past week putting his love for golf to use in another way. He said, “Entertain guests and clients all week long.” Brandt works for Benchmark. The company was a primary sponsor of the […]

  • Budget standoff debate making airwaves

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Democrats are showing their support for Governor Tom Wolf’s veto of a Republican-authored budget bill with a new ad. But the ad is causing a stir in the midst of the state’s budget impasse. Members of the group, America Works USA, want Pennsylvanians to watch TV to see how the GOP plan looks. The 30-second statewide ad was released this week. A spokesperson for America Works USA says the ad costs around $500,000, and they’ll air it for […]

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