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
  • 3 displaced after early morning fire in Washington Township

      WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Franklin County – Two adults and one child are displaced after an early morning house fire in Washington Township. Emergency Management say the fire happened on the 12000 block of Monterey Lane around 2:30 a.m., Saturday. No injuries were reported. The Red Cross was on scene to assist the displaced individuals.

  • 5 adults; 4 children displaced by fire in Dauphin County

    HARRISBURG, Dauphin County – Fire crews battled a fire at duplexes early Sunday morning. Emergency Management says the fire broke out just after 1:00 a.m., on the 500 block of Radnor Street. The Red Cross tweeted, 5 adults and 4 children were displaced after the fire spread to multiple buildings. Progress Fire 32 says the fire impacted multiple floors in the impacted duplexes. Fire crews say they heard some type of explosion while they were battling the fire and were […]

  • Alcohol theft suspect sought in Carlisle

    CARLISLE, Pa — Carlisle Police are looking for a woman accused of stealing alcoholic beverages. It happened on February 12th. Police say the woman, shown in this surveillance picture, walked into the Wine and Spirits store located on the 200 block of South Spring Garden Street. Officers say the woman put a large bottle of whiskey in her purse and hid a bottle of Kahlua underneath her coat. She then walked out of the store and was last seen getting […]

  • Crews battle fire in Hellam Township

    HELLAM TOWNSHIP, York County – Update:  Fire officials say the fire started in the basement. A family was inside the home when the fire broke out. No one was hurt. PREVIOUS: Fire crews battled a house fire in Hellam Township, Sunday evening. Emergency Management say the fire happened after 3:30 p.m., along the 6000 block of Lincoln Highway. No injuries were reported. This is developing. 

  • Fire crews battle garage fire in Jackson Township

    JACKSON TOWNSHIP, York County – A garage fire displaced two adults in Jackson Township on Saturday evening. Emergency Management say the fire broke out just before 3:00 p.m. along the 900 block of Jackson Square Road. Nashville Fire Department Chief Brad Dunham says two adults were in the home at the time the incident. He says the fire was caused by a heater in the home’s garage area. Chief Dunham says the nature of the fire was accidental. The two […]

  • Police remind drivers about vehicle registration in Columbia Borough

    COLUMBIA BOROUGH, Lancaster County – Saturday morning people in Columbia Borough found notifications on their vehicles left by Columbia Borough Police Department. The notifications reminded drivers with out of date vehicle registration to get it registered through PennDOT. Police say 50 vehicles received the notice. They say some vehicles were also not inspected. Currently, the state no longer hands out registration stickers. All drivers can get their vehicles registered through PennDOT by visiting a PennDOT location or their webpage.

  • Polar Bears host hockey game to benefit local organization

    York – The Polar Bears hit the twice on Saturday, February 9th at the York Ice Arena.  Players hit the ice to benefit Jessica and Friends, an organization that provides services families and individuals. The game also gave wounded and injured veterans a chance to show off their skills on the ice. The Polar Bears honored Vietnam veterans at the event. All of the funds raised from the game will go directly to Jessica and Friends.  

  • Fire crews battle house fire in York County

      SPRINGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, York County – Fire crews are battling a fire in Springettsbury Township. According to Emergency Management, the fire broke out on the 500 block on Wynwood Road at 1:30 p.m., Saturday. A family of five was in the home when the fire broke out. Everyone is safe, according to FOX 43 crew on scene. So far, cause has not been reported. The story is developing.

  • Juveniles arrested for armed robbery

    CARLISLE BOROUGH, Cumberland County – Two juveniles were arrested for an armed robbery that happened last week in the borough of Carlisle. Police say the armed robbery happened on the 100 block of East Louther Street on Wednesday, February 13th. Police say the juvenile suspects assaulted a victim by repeatedly striking him on and around the face. They also threatened him by showing the victim a handgun. Officers say the juvenile suspects stole cash from the victim, and fled the […]

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