Before moving back home, she reported at News 12 Brooklyn, a 24-hour cable news station in New York City. Heather spent four years covering everything Brooklyn: culture, politics, crime, and neighborhood news. She also occasionally filled in on the anchor desk.
Heather grew up in Shaler and graduated from Shaler Area High School. Her desire to get into news started there with the morning announcements. She continued her education at West Virginia University where she studied Broadcast News, learning the ins and outs of shooting video, editing and presenting news. Heather was also a co-anchor and reporter for WVU News, the school’s weekly news show.
While her career took her to New York City, Heather has always wanted to make Pittsburgh her home again. She is thrilled to be back in the ‘Burgh and excited to be a part of the KDKA family.
When she’s not reporting, Heather loves trying new restaurants, going to the movies and playing with her two dogs.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Kids at Quaker Valley Middle School hurry off to their next class. Once the hallways are empty again, about a dozen police officers from all over western Pennsylvania access the school and […]
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Today, they unveiled a major expansion of the ICU at Forbes Hospital.
Earlier this month, the Boilermakers Local 154, citing increased gun violence, announced a program where guns would be surrendered in return for training in the union’s welding program.
Some changes are being made to a controversial deer culling plan in Mount Lebanon.
A local teen battling a form of lymphoma was reminded Sunday that he is not fighting alone.
Water was still flowing down a North Side road Friday morning thanks to a big water main break.
Pittsburgh Police have arrested a man in connection with a deadly bar shooting in Homewood.
The latest round of extremely cold weather has settled in and doesn’t appear to be going anywhere for a while.