With a decade of television news experience under her belt, D’Antonio feels fortunate to tell the stories from her hometown at the station she grew up watching.
D’Antonio started her on-air career at WBOY-TV in Clarksburg, W. Va. She wore several hats at the station as a reporter, anchor, producer and photographer. Some of her most memorable stories include the Sago Mine Disaster where she provided live coverage for the entire state of West Virginia. While in West Virginia, D’Antonio’s work was also featured on MSNBC and The Drudge Report.
From West Virginia, D’Antonio headed south to Greenville, N.C.. She served as the primary anchor for WITN-TV’s 5, 6 and 11 o’clock evening newscasts. D’Antonio also served as the 11 p.m. Executive Producer while at the station.
D’Antonio also earned accolades from the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas for in depth reporting on a family’s fight regarding the detrimental effects of Second Generation Agent Orange Syndrome.
When she’s not digging up stories, you can find Christine taking in a Pirates game with her husband, Luke, at PNC Park and swinging a terrible towel at Heinz Field cheering for the Steelers.
Her passions include spending time with family, travel and golden retrievers.
Police are investigating after a fatal shooting Thursday evening in Beaver County.
Pennsylvania’s highest court on Wednesday blocked industry-friendly provisions of a major 2012 state law designed to modernize natural gas drilling regulations.
Three people were wounded in a stabbing attack in Downtown Pittsburgh overnight.
A woman was shot this morning while trying to hide from at least one gunman who broke into her home in the city’s West End.
Pittsburgh Perry High School was placed on lockdown Thursday morning due to a shooting outside.
The contractor responsible for the fire on the Liberty Bridge could be facing millions in fines.
A Millvale man is facing several charges for allegedly engaging in a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl.
It’s time again for the annual rib festival at Heinz Field.
A month after it was shut down due to a fire next door, a Downtown building reopened today.
Exactly when the former Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church will be brought down is up in the air, but crews are working to come up with the best plan.
The Nordstrom Rack officially opened in Ross Township Friday morning and many savvy shoppers couldn’t be happier.
Small upgrades have taken place over the summer that could have a big impact on the health and safety of students in the Pittsburgh Public Schools District.
A Penn Hills home is now just a shell after fire tore through it overnight.
More charges have been filed in the case of twins who have been missing for over a decade.
This is the 15th year for Little Italy Days in Bloomfield.