Trina graduated cum laude from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science. While there, Trina was honored by the Broadcast Educators’ Association for her anchoring of a college newscast.
Trina grew up in Westmoreland County and graduated from Mount Pleasant Area High School. She spent many summers taking classes at Saint Vincent College.
After three years in Los Angeles and three more in Erie, Trina is thrilled to be back covering her home turf.
When she’s not working, Trina enjoys vegetarian cooking, working out and visiting her friends around the country.
The cold and snowy weather forced the mayor’s inauguration to move inside.
Police have arrested the man they say stole a woman’s purse from a Shaler Township store parking lot on New Year’s Eve.
The principal of Geibel Catholic High School is praising three of his students for a good deed in 2013.
Two families have been displaced after an apartment building fire in Wilkinsburg overnight.
Tens of thousands of people will head into Downtown Pittsburgh tonight to help ring in the New Year.
If you travel on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, get ready to shell out some more money in 2014.
Another woman has come forward saying someone stole credit cards from her purse while she was watching a movie at a local theater, and then went on a shopping spree on her dime.
An overnight crash left two people dead and two others in injured.
After the presents were opened and Christmas feasts were eaten, many Pittsburghers headed out in search of entertainment.
Last-minute shoppers were out in full force on Christmas Eve looking to finish up their Christmas shopping.
One person is dead and another arrested after three cars crashed in Duquesne Heights.
Service could be a little slower today at fast food restaurants as workers walk off the job to protest the federal minimum wage.
Two men have been detained by police after a chase that ended with a car flipping on to its roof overnight in Pittsburgh’s Stanton Heights section.
After giving thanks and shopping for deals, it’s time to start giving back.
Eager shoppers didn’t waste time getting out of the gate at the Mall at Robinson. Bright and early, they started sprinting through the halls in hopes of grabbing door busters before they were gone.