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Brittany Boyer joined WNEP in July 2013. You can catch her doing the weather on the weekends and reporting news during the week.

Growing up outside of Philadelphia, Brittany always knew she wanted to work at a local news station. She made her first stint at the green screen and the anchor desk in high school being involved in her school’s morning show.

After graduating, she took her passion for news and weather to Penn State University. She received degrees in Broadcast Journalism and English.

From there she landed a job at Accuweather. Brittany says this paved the way and opened the door to start her career in weather. While there she presented weather forecasts across North America.

After getting a taste in the weather field, Brittany moved west to her next job in DuBois, Pa. She worked for WJAC-TV for two years as the stations northern tier reporter and fill-in weather anchor.

Brittany is happy to be back closer to home and at WNEP. When she is not working in the newsroom or weather center, she is working toward receiving her Meteorology degree from Mississippi State University.

During her free time she also enjoys working out and trying new recipes in the kitchen. When time allows she enjoys traveling to Canada to visit her family in Montreal.


Recent Articles
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    Crews Repair Railroad After Train Derailment

    SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP — It was an incredible sight for those who witnessed it first hand: tipped over rail cars after a train derailed Sunday near Nisbet. The Norfolk Southern train was making its regular trip from Lock Haven to Washingtonville when 12 of its cars became detached. “It’s just unreal, I never thought with it being full that they could actually you know tilt and actually turn over,” Bonnie Orwig of Salladasburg said. Of the 12 cars involved, 10 of […]

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    Scranton Named Top 10 Finalist in National Competition

    SCRANTON– It was an escort unlike any other, dozens of runners leading the way to Scranton’s City Hall. The parade kicked off an afternoon full of fun. A coalition of health and wellness organizations, including Geisinger entered Scranton into a national competition called: The Way to Wellville. “I came down here because I believe this is a great opportunity for Scranton to grow and for the future for our kids,” Yahaira Gonzalez of Scranton said. Scranton along with nine other […]

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    Recent Severe Storms Not Unusual for The Area

    BINGHAMTON — It was one week ago when severe weather came through Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania, and it ended up becoming a night a lot of people won’t forget. Multiple counties were under tornado warnings and a total of four tornadoes actually touched down. “It’s pretty crazy, scary, scary. I have kids and if they had been outside, it happened so quick,” Billie Jo Arner of Kingsley said. Arner is one of many who saw first hand how destructive mother […]

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    Another Atlantic City Casino Plans to Close

    ATLANTIC CITY — It’s been a rough year for casinos in Atlantic City, and the city is going to lose another one of its gambling spots. This week Trump Entertainment Resorts announced it also plans to close a casino this year. Already this year the Atlantic Club closed in January. Revel is filing for bankruptcy and plans to close in September if there is no buyer. Also, Showboat plans to close at the end of August. “It’s a shame but […]

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    Police: Trucking Company Will Be Cited Following Interstate 80 Spill

    POCONO TOWNSHIP– It’s a highway closure that many people who travel through Monroe County want to forget about. Gridlock and traffic jams all because of a closed Interstate 80 near the Tannersville exit on Thursday. “It took me like two and a half hours to get home. I work in New Jersey so it usually takes an hour and a half trip, it took me about two and a half hours,” Patrick Matthews of Reeders said. After a Hazmat team […]

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    Recent High School Grad Killed In Motorcycle Crash

    TROY TOWNSHIP–Orange spray paint along Route 6 near Troy is a heartbreaking reminder that 18-year-old Daniel Wilber is gone. Investigators say Wilber died after his motorcycle hit a car that had stopped and was waiting to turn. Troopers say Wilber was wearing a helmet. “He was so careful and I didn’t think it would even be possible,” Wilber’s friend, Anthony Rutty said. Friends never expected that Wilber would be gone so suddenly. They say he got the motorcycle last week… […]

  • Paying Tribute to Fallen Soldier

    MATAMORAS — Captain Jason Jones from Orwigsburg put his life on the line for our country . The 29-year-old Green Beret and Blue Mountain High School graduate was killed by enemy gunfire earlier this month in Afghanistan. Today he was buried at West Point, but not before one final ride through his home state. Hundreds of strangers turned out to say good-bye to a man who many didn’t know. But to them that didn’t matter, it was about honoring a […]

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    Flood Aftermath Still A Burden for Forkston Township Residents

    FORKSTON TOWNSHIP– For people who live in Wyoming County the images of the 2011 floods are still fresh in their minds. Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee ripped apart parts of Forkston Township. A few years later there have been some improvements in the small community , but there is still a lot of work that needs to be done. “We’ve worked diligently to get done what we could do. We did some small projects to try and help render […]

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    Flag Day Celebrated in Lackawanna County

    MOSCOW — Saturday was a day to celebrate our country’s flag, and people in Lackawanna County were doing just that. Flag Day is celebrated on June 14th every year to commemorate the adoption of the flag in the United States. Folks showed their United States spirit at a patriotic ceremony at the North Pocono Library in Moscow Saturday morning. The John J. Michaels Memorial VFW of Daleville presented a new flag to the library. Scouts were on hand to sing […]

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    101-year-old Veteran Remembers D-Day Invasion

    SCRANTON – It’s been 70 years since more than 150,000 United States and Allied Soldiers invaded the beaches of Normandy. Thousands of lives were lost — but William Roberts is one who is still alive to share his experiences on the battlefield. “It’s hard to believe that happened 70 years ago. Time went fast and I never thought that I would live to be 101 years old,” William Roberts said. At 101 years old, Roberts is the oldest veteran at […]

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    Police Seize $14,000 Worth of Uncut Heroin in Scranton

    SCRANTON– Police in Lackawanna County arrested four people Friday after finding drugs during a traffic stop along Pittston Avenue in Scranton. Police made the arrests around 11 a.m. on Friday. Authorities say they found 21 grams of uncut heroin with a street value of $14,000. Investigators say the raw drugs would amount to 700 stamp bags of heroin. Additionally, police say they seized needles, scales and $1150 cash. Police have not released the names of those arrested. Lackawanna County detectives […]

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    Counties Bring in Millions From Drilling Impact Fees

    LENOX TOWNSHIP — If you take a ride around Susquehanna County it won’t be long before you realize natural gas drilling is one of the county’s biggest industries. Over the years hundreds of wells have popped up, bringing jobs and now more impact fee money to the county. “I think that it’s a good thing. It’s nice for our area to get that kind of money it has had an impact on our area and that money can go to […]


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