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.

Brittany graduated from Penn State University with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and English.

From there she landed a job at Accuweather. While there she presented weather forecasts across North America.

After getting a taste in the weather field, Brittany moved 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 enjoys working out, skiing 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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    Susquehanna County Remembers Prison Escapee’s Crimes

    GREAT BEND — The search goes on for two convicted killers who escaped from a maximum security prison in New York this weekend. One of the men on the run was involved in a burglary in Susquehanna County that ended with the killing a New York deputy sheriff nearly 13 years ago. Like a lot of people, residents in Great Bend are shocked that two murderers were able to escape from a maximum security prison in New York State. One […]

  • 30-Year Anniversary of Tornado Outbreak

    Sunday marks 30 years since the deadliest tornado outbreak in Pennsylvania. Six people from our area died from that severe weather in 1985. “We had no idea what had happened. You know, we had no idea it was a tornado. I’m not sure we knew it was a tornado until the next morning,” said Barbara Russell of Delaware Township. In the daylight, heavy damage is what was left after an F4 tornado ripped through central Pennsylvania on May 31, 1985. […]

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    30-Year Anniversary of Deadly Tornado Outbreak

    May 31, 1985 is a night a lot of people in this area still remember. Strong storms turned into tornadoes. A total of 21 tornadoes touched down that day throughout the state. In central Pennsylvania, a tornado wiped through several communities, leaving many without homes. Residents remember that Friday evening. It was already dark when violent storms started moving through central Pennsylvania. It wouldn’t be until the following morning and days later that residents would learn a tornado took a […]

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    A Home for Homeless Veterans

    TUSCARORA TOWNSHIP — Tucked away in the outskirts of Bradford County is an early 1900s house, just north of Laceyville. Inside, it’s a work in progress right now as Michael Dreisch continues to make it feel like a home, a temporary home for veterans. “There’s not enough organizations out there trying to get veterans off the streets,” Five-By-Five founder Michael Dreisch said. Dreisch is a disabled vet after serving the in the Gulf War in the 1990s. A few years […]

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    Frost Possible Overnight

    MONTROSE — If you have been outside, you’ve probably noticed it’s not in the 80s anymore; some places may even have frost overnight! A frost advisory is in effect for 10 counties in our area, meaning that frost is possible, and for people who have started planting, that’s not a good thing. There’s a lot more color these days as you take a ride through Montrose, especially after 70 and 80 degree temperatures. Now that those warm days are gone […]

  • New Geisinger CEO On the Job

    MAHONING TOWNSHIP — There’s a new face walking through the halls of Geisinger’s Hospital for Advanced Medicine near Danville, and he’s wasting no time getting to know some of Geisinger’s 23,000 employees. On May 1, Dr. David Feinberg took over as the new president and CEO of Geisinger Health System. He’s also taking time to meet with patients to find out what’s working and what’s not. “Anything we can do better?” he asked a patient. Dr. Feinberg traded the California […]

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    Rounding Up Stray Cats in Wyalusing

    WYALUSING — If you drive around Wyalusing, you might notice stray cats roaming through people’s yards. Borough council says it’s for this reason that cats without a collar will be rounded up in a few weeks. The borough announced last week that Doug Thompson would be hired by the borough to round up the cats without a collar starting in June. The notice in the newspaper last week stated that some owners were complaining about the smell of cat urine […]

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    Dunham’s Sports Moving into Laurel Mall

    HAZLE TOWNSHIP — If you walk around the Laurel Mall near Hazleton, you’ve probably noticed there’s several empty stores. The biggest empty space is the spot of the former JCPenney store that moved out last spring. After a year of sitting empty, Dunham’s Sports will be moving in. “We’re just really happy that within a year we were able to find another tenant to fill it. I think it’s going to be a great fit for the Laurel Mall and for […]

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    Tough Spring for Those with Allergies

    DUNMORE — Spring has finally sprung in northeastern and central Pennsylvania and so has allergy season. “Since everything started to bloom, I’ve been having quite a few problems with my breathing,” Steven Guziewicz said. He’s not alone. We stopped at Dr. Jakub LeKach’s office in Dunmore. He says many of his patients are seeing symptoms. Remember that cold, snowy winter we just had? Dr. LeKach says the cold weather that extended into spring is a problem. “When the weather gets […]

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    Brush Fire Threat High

    NORTH ABINGTON TOWNSHIP — People at Lackawanna State Park in North Abington Township soaked up the sunny skies and warm temperatures on this Monday. While the conditions are nice for some, many are keeping a close eye on the possibility of wildfires this week. “These oak leaves, some maple leaves, this is just how dry they are,” said DCNR District Forester Nicholas Lylo. The dry conditions aren’t just a problem in Lackawanna County. The late bloom in plants this spring […]

  • Construction Underway on New Hospital in Monroe County

    BARTONSVILLE — St. Luke’s University Health Network broke ground Wednesday afternoon on a new hospital in Bartonsville. Officials say St. Luke’s will be the first new hospital in Monroe County in 100 years. Crews have already started to get things ready at the site of the new hospital campus off of Route 611 in Bartonsville. Employees at St. Luke’s say once complete, the hospital’s emergency room will be able to treat 60,000 patients a year. “This hospital, although new and […]

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    ‘It’s Really Heartbreaking,’ Nepalis Shocked by Devastation in Kathmandu

    SCRANTON — From his home in Scranton, Narayan Pokhrel watches Nepali TV, staying up to date with what’s been happening in his home country of Nepal. “I lost one of my family members over there, my wife’s auntie. She passed away because of the earthquake, and some of my friends are missing,” Pokhrel said. Pokhrel moved to Scranton three years ago, but still leaves behind many friends and family in Nepal. He says seeing the devastation is tough to watch. […]


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