Mary returns to KDKA after interning in 2011 while earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcasting at Point Park University.

VITALS
Joined KDKA: October of 2019
Hometown: Beaver Falls, PA
Alma Mater: Point Park University, Mississippi State University

FAVORITES
Music: Country, Hip Hop, R&B, Pop, Pretty much everything!
Movie: The Wizard of Oz, Twister, all Nicolas Sparks movies, Titanic, Avengers movies, Jurassic Park and Hocus Pocus.
TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy
Book: Natural Disaster by Ginger Zee
Hobbies: Hobbies? I have a toddler haha
Sports Team: Penn State (pretty much whatever team my husband roots for)
Food: Cheeseburger (extra cheese)
Local Restaurant: Ten Penny (their Brussels), let me know what’s good!
Hidden PA Gem: The people are some of the nicest you will find anywhere in the country
Sport/Exercise: Playing softball
Historical Figure: No one comes to mind but everyone is important!
Favorite Pennsylvanian: My mom and Will Smith of course.
Quote: “Everything happens for a reason.”
Word: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
Vacation Spot: Dubai
Holiday: Christmas
Guilty Pleasure: The Bachelor franchise!
Planet: Earth

THIS OR THAT
Facebook or Twitter?I’m all about Instagram!
Cats or Dogs? Dogs
Beatles or Rolling Stones? Beatles
Comedy or Tearjerker? Tearjerker but I also love to laugh!
Phone Call or Text Message? Text Message
Mac or PC? PC
Coffee or Tea? Coffee
Paper or Plastic? Reusable totes

Mary returns to KDKA after interning in 2011 while earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcasting at Point Park University.

After graduating in 2012 she also earned her Broadcast Meteorology Certification through Mississippi State University.

Mary grew up about 45 minutes northwest of Pittsburgh in the small town of Beaver Falls, known as the hometown of Joe Namath. Mary went to high school there for three years before graduating from Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in 2008 where she majored in musical theater.

She began her career in 2013 at WTOV9 in Steubenville, OH where she was a reporter and weekend weather anchor then went to WJAC-TV as the weekday morning meteorologist in 2016.

Mary has always been interested in helping people ever since she was young, including starting her own event to help victims of 9/11 when she was 12 years old. In Mary’s spare time she loves to sing the national anthem at sporting events, spend time with her husband, daughter Viviana, nephews, and cuddle with her dog, Jasper.

Mary is ready to to bring you a lot of sunshine and the most up to date weather information to keep you safe!