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.
Family and friends held a candlelight vigil Thursday night to honor a Lawrenceville man who was deeply involved in his community.
Children’s Hospital received a big donation today, but it wasn’t cash or medical supplies.
Police have arrested a 19 year old man for arson, in connection with two fires earlier this month in the Harrison Township area.
A Butler County family has been reunited with their little dog after two weeks of searching for the beloved pet that ran away from the scene of a crash that claimed the life of her owner.
A memorial in Squirrel Hill holds 6 million pop tabs to honor Holocaust victims.
Two people were injured when a vehicle crashed into a West End doughnut shop Wednesday morning.
Health officials are warning of a stomach virus going around lately.
Firefighters had their hands full with a big fire early Tuesday morning in Homewood.
Opening Day is here and baseball fans are rejoicing. The Pirates’ season begins on the road against the Cincinnati Reds this afternoon.
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 […]
Penn State intends to hold accountable the fraternity members who used a private, invitation-only Facebook page to post “appalling, offensive” photos of nude and partly nude women, some apparently asleep or passed out, a university official said.
Milder weather this week has brought a whole new set of headaches for drivers.
Phipps Conservatory is being honored for its Center for Sustainable Landscapes.
More than a billion people worldwide are now on Facebook. It’s a great way to keep in touch, reconnect and document your daily life. But, what if someone else was doing that for you. Say, your mom or dad?
Police say a man made a big mistake when he tried to rob a local bakery.