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.
With the prevalence of opioid overdoses, a company has come up with a safe way to dispose of leftover pills.
Emergency officials worked together to free a deer that had become trapped in a fence Tuesday morning in Fineview.
Millions visit the Cultural District every year. Security has become a top priority, with noticeable changes in effect and more coming.
At only 11 years old, a local boy is being honored for his quick thinking and bravery. He saw someone committing a crime, then didn’t stop until the suspect was in police custody.
A cafeteria employee says she has quit her job over something being called “lunch shaming,” where some students are being denied hot lunches over a new policy.
Air travelers looking to cut down on wait times in airport security lines are turning to TSA Pre-Check.
The Flying Fortress, in all its glory, sits on the tarmac at the Washington County Airport— just one of less than a dozen B-17s still airworthy.
With dwindling numbers in the Pittsburgh Police Bureau, last month, Chief Cameron McLay announced that officers would no longer respond to scenes of a number of crimes.
Officials have released new age-progression photos of Penn Hills twins who have been missing for about a decade.
Pittsburgh firefighters did an incredible job under difficult conditions last week, when they put of the intense and massive fire on the Liberty Bridge.
You know the rules as you approach TSA screening: shoes off, electronics out, liquids limited.
The Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office will soon purchase and install 12 high-resolution video cameras to monitor traffic in Monroeville.
A former Zone Two police officer was charged Friday with receiving stolen property.
A former Pittsburgh Police officer is under investigation after items were discovered missing from an evidence room.
One person was taken to the hospital, multiple homes were damaged and investigators are now working to determine the cause of an intense fire that erupted Tuesday morning in North Braddock.