Stephanie Johnson joins WPMT FOX 43 as a Multimedia journalist. Previously, she worked as an MMJ for KGAN/KFXA in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Prior to moving to the Midwest Johnson worked as a Production Assistant at WJLA in Arlington, VA. She also worked as a Page for CBS News. Johnson earned her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Hampton University where she produced the student broadcast. Johnson was raised in Prince Georges County, Maryland. Johnson is excited to join the FOX 43 team and share stories that are important to you, the viewer. When she is not reporting Johnson enjoys exploring the area in volunteering in the community. If you want to share a story with Stephanie shoot her an email at

Recent Articles
  • Police find $3,000 and a stash of methamphetamine during traffic stop

    LANCASTER, Pa. – Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department arrested a man after they found a stash of methamphetamine and cash during a traffic stop, Saturday. The traffic stop happened around 7 a.m along Route 501 in Warwick Township. Police say the Audi sedan had a fake inspection certificate. The officer also saw some items related to drug abuse and possession, in the vehicle. Police arrested 40-year-old Matthew Meckley and obtained a search warrant. According to police, they found $3,000 dollars […]

  • Dallastown Borough and Red Lion Borough water emergency over

    YORK, Pa. – Update (8:00 p.m.) The Dallastown Borough released a statement saying the water conservation alert it over.   Update (5:43 p.m.): The water emergency caused by the lightning strike is over according to a statement by the York County Public Information Officer. Update from York County Public Information Officer: The water emergency from the lightning strike is effectively over. The plant is running manually and expects to have Dallastown customers back to normal by Sunday morning and Red […]

  • Independence Day event in East Petersburg canceled due to weather

    LANCASTER, Pa. – The Music, Movie,  and Fireworks in the Park for Independence Day event is canceled due to thunderstorms forecasted for tonight. The event has been rescheduled for Sunday, July 7th at East Petersburg Community Park. Organizers posted this message to their Facebook Page.

  • 18-year-old charged with sexual assault of teen girl in Adams County

    ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. – An 18-year-old man is charged with statutory sexual assault after police say he sexually assaulted a teen girl in Adams County. Jonathan Watts, 18, of Huntington Township, was charged with Statutory Sexual Assault, Aggravated Indecent Assault, Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse, Unlawful Contact with a Minor, Corruption of Minors, and, Indecent Assault. On April 27th, a 13-year-old female reported that she was walking along the road when 18-year-old Jonathan Watts approached her in his vehicle, pointed a gun […]

  • Gettysburg National Military Park commemorates the Battle of Gettysburg

    ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. – The first week of July is busy for Gettysburg National Military Park. Thousands of visitors come to commemorate the 156th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. A battle fought from July 1st to July 3rd, in 1863. “You can see here today that there’s a lot of people out. They’re going through the woods. They’re crossing creeks and water and so it’s really cool to see all these people out enjoying and learning about the battlefield,” […]

  • State Police investigating homicide of Dauphin County man

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – State Police are investigating the death of an elderly man in Dauphin County. According to police, officers were called to a home on the 100 block North Hill Drive, Saturday night for a report of an assault. State Police found 77-year-old Larry Buffenmeyer Senior with multiple injuries. Buffenmeyer was taken to Hershey Medical Center where he died, Sunday morning. State police say a silver 2013 Chevrolet Equinox registered to Buffenmeyer was missing from the home’s driveway. […]

  • Mayor enforces curfew in York

    YORK, Pa. – York City Mayor Michael Helfrich and the York City Police Department are enforcing a curfew for minors in York. According to Article 737- Minors-Curfew, enacted by York City Council in 2008, all youths out between 11 p.m and 6 a.m may be subject to a citation unless they are with a guardian. The mayor posted the announcement on his Facebook Page. In the statement the mayor says that over the past three years many victims and perpetrators […]

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    State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale announces run for Congress

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale announced his run for Congress on Sunday. He is seeking the Democratic nomination for the Harrisburg-area 10th District which has been held by Republican Representative Scott Perry. DePasquale made the announcement on his Twitter page. In response to the Auditor General’s announcement, the Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Jason Gottesman, made the following statement: “Eugene DePasquale is a fraud.DePasquale has such little respect for the voters of Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District […]

  • Family displaced after kitchen fire in Lancaster County

      LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. – A family is displaced after crews battled a kitchen fire in Mount Joy Township. The fire broke out after 11 p.m, Saturday on the 800 block of Bellaire Road. Fire crews found light smoke coming from the home when they arrived at the scene. Crews were able to locate the fire in the kitchen and extinguish it. The Red Cross is assisting two adults and two children. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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