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.
People all over western Pennsylvania got snow from the storm. One of the hardest hit places was Butler County.
PennDOT crews were busy Sunday night and Monday morning plowing and salting the area roads.
Holly and Josh Smith say their 8-year-old daughter was on a Ringgold School District School bus on Tuesday, when another student pulled out a pocket knife.
Shaler Township Police are asking the public for help in finding a missing man.
Allegheny County Police are investigating a triple shooting in McKeesport that left one person dead.
State Police are looking into a shooting in West Pike Run Township, Washington County.
Firefighters are battling an intense fire in Chalfant.
Pothole blitz is in full swing.
A woman is accused of stealing a police cruiser, while handcuffed, and then leading police on a chase with speeds over 100 mph.
Two women are facing a long list of charges, accused of stealing items and customer information from a local credit union.
An icy mix of weather made for a slick morning commute Monday.
Pittsburgh Public Works says its working to stay ahead of the storm, keeping a constant eye on the roads.
It’s another morning of extreme cold, as wind chills are well below zero again.
A tractor-trailer caused some traffic issues for people who use the 62nd Street Bridge Wednesday morning.
Southwest Regional Police and First Energy are asking for help in finding several suspects wanted in connection with two break-ins at a local power plant.