Heather is an award winning journalist. She was nominated for several Emmy’s , including for a deeper look into the work of the Pittsburgh Police Vice Squad.
Heather has also been passionate about breaking news and won a Golden Quill award for her reporting on a 7-alarm fire in Homestead.
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.
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 is active in the community. She’s been involved with the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania, even taking part in their annual polar plunge fundraiser. When she’s not reporting or anchoring, Heather loves spending time with her family. Her husband is a City of Pittsburgh firefighter and they have one daughter and are expecting a second child.
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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.
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Missing for roughly a decade, investigators have released a picture of twins Ivon and Inisha Fowler as infants.
The trial for a woman charged in the death of her 3-year-old daughter began Tuesday afternoon.
A former gymnastics coach who is accused of molesting several girls was held for trial at a preliminary hearing Monday morning.
Fans crowded PNC Park for the third and final game in the series against the Padres.