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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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    Community Rallying To Help Fire Victims

    RUSH TOWNSHIP — A community is coming together to offer support after three brothers in one family died in a fire in Northumberland County on Friday. At the same time, the fire is raising questions about whether a mother should have left her young children home alone while she worked the overnight shift. We tried to ask both state police and the district attorney about the children who were left home alone on the night of the deadly fire. State […]

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    16 Salutes: Girl Making Easter Baskets For Those In Need

    LARKSVILLE — Destiny Fuller of Larksville is giving the Easter Bunny an extra hand this year. The 13 year old may only be a seventh grade student at Wyoming Valley West Middle School, but she’s not too young to understand that helping people out can go a long way. “She’s always helping people and that’s just her nature and she loves it,” Fuller’s mother Jackie Kaskey said. This year for Easter, Destiny decided she wants to make Easter baskets for […]

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    Scranton Couple Seeking Answers At GM Hearing

    SCRANTON — A mother and father from Lackawanna County took to our nation’s capital demanding answers from General Motors. The couple from Scranton want to know why General Motors may have covered up mechanical failures in its vehicles, a defect they claim caused their daughter’s death. Lawmakers had plenty of questions for the new CEO of General Motors about why the carmaker waited so long to order the recall of millions of vehicles that have defective ignition switches. GM admits […]

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    Two Sheriff’s Deputies Shot and Killed 10 Years Ago

    TOWANDA–Dozens of law enforcement officials and people from Bradford County came together Monday to remember two lives that were taken away too soon. It was 10 years ago, on March 31, 2004 — when sheriff’s deputies, Christopher Burgert and Michael VanKuren were killed in the line of duty. “I think about how 10 years ago literally was the worst day of my life. Like the worst day ever,” Burgert’s widow, Kim Burgert said. The two deputies were shot by Dustin […]

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    Family with Ties to the Area Unaccounted for After Mudslide

    HILLSGROVE — As families search for loved ones in the small Washington state village of Oso, many are holding on to hope. One of those families has ties to Sullivan County. Edith Spillers, who is known as EB, grew up in New Albany. Her son, Billy, and his family live in Washington state. The family happens to live in the small community that was devastated by Saturday’s mudslide. So far, EB’s daughter-in-law and one grandchild have been found, but the rest […]

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    Cold Start to Spring Keeps Garden Sales Down

    TUNKHANNOCK — It may be spring, but there are still signs of winter in Wyoming County. From the snow to the brown winter grass, many homeowners are hoping for a sign of spring. “The ground is still too hard to do anything with. This time of year we should have been able to do something, but the frost is too deep,” Robert Blum of Mehoopany said. Newswatch 16 stopped at Gay’s True Value Hardware near Tunkhannock. Workers say, with the […]

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    Mega Millions Jackpot Soars to $400 Million

    JIM THORPE—Lottery players in Carbon County, and just about everywhere else are hoping luck is on their side tonight. Tuesday night’s jackpot is the third largest Mega Millions drawing… which is drawing lottery hopefuls to stores like Mallard Markets in Lehighton. “I’m going to play it and try my luck,” one woman said. Frank Kuhn, the store’s owner, tells Newswatch 16 it’s been a busy day. Dozens of people have stopped in to purchase what they are hoping is a […]

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    Pay to Play?

    FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — A school district in Columbia County may become the next district in our area that requires students to pay to participate in extracurricular activities. This could raise thousands of dollars for the Southern Columbia Area School District. Athletics is a way of life at the school district near Catawissa, but next fall families may be shelling out cash for kids to participate in athletics or any extracurricular activity the school feels is necessary. “I would still play […]

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    One of Two Dogs Saved from Icy Pond, Dog Reunited with Owner

    MADISONVILLE — A young pup named Dexter is back home and has already made himself pretty comfortable. Earlier today, the German Shepard and his companion Dolly Madison found themselves stuck in an icy pond after getting loose from their kennel. “A caller called in and said there were two dogs in the pond barking. We went over, it was dark. We put the lights on the truck and, he was up out of the water swimming,” Madisonville fire chief, Kevin Emerson […]

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    Old Castle, Other Commercial Buildings To Be Auctioned

    SCRANTON — On Tuesday, nearly an entire block in North Scranton goes on the auction block. The bidding for the old Castle restaurant and other properties on North Main Avenue give some people hope that more businesses may move into the neighborhood. If you’ve taken a drive along North Main Avenue in Scranton recently you’ve probably seen these signs. At least a half dozen commercial buildings near Providence Square will be up for auction. “We’ve been having probably a couple […]

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    Pothole Patching Keeps PennDOT Crews Busy

    CLARKS SUMMIT– Patching potholes has become a regular routine for PennDOT crews in Lackawanna County. Newswatch 16 met up with workers who were patching Routes 6 and 11 between Dalton and Clarks Summit. “We’re trying to patch up these holes its been a really rough year. They’re springing up like all over the place,” PennDOT employee, Gary Preschutti said. A majority of this winter PennDOT crews have been using a cold patch. PennDOT says a cold patch is made up […]

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    Doughnut Sales Help Berwick Community

    BERWICK– For the last 43 years members of the Berwick Rotary Club have been selling doughnuts around Fat Tuesday, and this year was no different. The club made more than 1,200 dozen doughnuts, and all of the money will go back into the community. “We usually raise around $4,000 and that money supports community activities, we support the United Way. We give out scholarships to students,” Berwick Rotary Club vice president, Cindy Lombard said. This years annual doughnut sale locations […]


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