Before KDKA, Amy spent two years at WCPO, the ABC affiliate in Cincinnati, Ohio as a Multimedia Journalist/Reporter. In Cincinnati, Amy covered crime, local government, breaking news, human interest stories and features for the evening newscasts. She also provided local angles to many national stories, such as the Aurora, Colo. movie theater shooting, the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, the selection of Pope Francis, the Boston Marathon bombings, the three Cleveland captives, the Moore, Okla. tornado devastation and the 2013 deadly Colorado floods.
Prior to Cincinnati, Amy was an anchor, reporter and producer at WTRF, the CBS, ABC and FOX affiliate in the Wheeling, W. Va./Steubenville, Ohio market for three years. While there, she produced the 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. newscasts before being promoted to anchor/reporter.
Amy anchored and produced the noon newscast and submitted reports for the evening newscasts.
Before working in television, Amy covered news in Pittsburgh for Examiner.com. She also worked for an advertising and public relations firm in Pittsburgh.
Amy is a graduate of Penn State University and went to Chartiers Valley High School. A television and media production class in high school is where her love of broadcasting started.
Amy also interned at KDKA during college!
Amy loves to travel, work out, cook and spend time with family, friends and her pets!
The mother of a man caught outside a Pittsburgh hospital with a BB gun is speaking out.
According to court papers, the victim was stabbed multiple times by her daughter before her body was placed inside garbage bags with the help of her daughter’s boyfriend.
The two men killed Thursday in a Uniontown shooting have been identified.
Free tickets to a concert of your choice? If only it could be that simple, but customers who use Ticketmaster are quickly finding out it’s much more complicated than they realized.
An argument at a North Side basketball court led to a shooting that sent two teenagers to the hospital Tuesday evening.
It was a long night at Pittsburgh Public School headquarters in Oakland as some 85 registered speakers took the podium to voice their opinions on the issue of incoming superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet.
In three separate incidents over the weekend, local businesses were plowed into by out-of-control drivers.
If you came to the U.S. Open Friday, you could say you dodged a bullet.
A man accused of raping multiple women in Wilmerding appeared in court Thursday.
The Penguins’ victory parade won’t be the last time the Stanley Cup is spotted in Pittsburgh over the next few weeks.
There’s no federal law that requires schools to test for lead; however, officials with Pittsburgh Public Schools have decided to do that in all 70 facilities starting Tuesday.
Family and friends gathered Wednesday night to remember a woman murdered in her Beaver County apartment.
Police are investigating after one person was wounded in a shooting in Beaver County Wednesday afternoon.
A bill to let groceries and other outlets sell wine and to make other changes to Pennsylvania’s highly controlled system of alcohol sales is on its way to the desk of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf.
Homicide investigators have been called after a body was found in a South Pittsburgh home.