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Suzanne is new to WNEP but not to this part of Pennsylvania. She lived in Monroe County when she worked for the Pocono Renaissance Fair, as well as Susquehanna County when she was an anchor at WICZ in Binghamton.

Suzanne had an unusual start to her broadcasting career. Her first full time TV job was as a shopping host. She pitched gems and everything else under the moon to insomniacs across America as a host on ShopNBC (then known as ValueVision.)

After a few years Suzanne ran out of synonyms for "sparkly" and got bit by the news bug.

Just in time to cover the millennium, Suzanne began her journalism career in the Twin Cities at Northwest Community Television's 12 News where she was an anchor and reporter.

She then crossed the Mississippi and headed to Wisconsin as morning anchor at WGBA in Green Bay.

Other stops included WVII in Maine and WLNY in New York.

In 2001 she received a Minnesota Emmy Award for a news special comparing the experiences of different generations of veterans.

She also served on the Society of Professional Journalists National Ethics Committee.

Suzanne's life was changed at the National Association of Broadcaster's 2006 conference in Las Vegas when she met Ethan Harp, a reporter from San Francisco.

The couple was married 2 years later, just hours before the start of the 2008 convention.

When she is not working, Suzanne loves cold weather (really!), travel, and trying new recipes. In 2012 she won third place in the Spiedie Fest cooking contest in Binghamton.


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    Five Found Dead in Lycoming County

    WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP — State police in Lycoming County told Newswatch 16 two adults and three children were found dead Saturday at a cabin along Gap Road in Washington Township near Montgomery. State police say Jacqueline Stackhouse, her 3-year-old son, along with Nathan Reece, and two other girls ages 4 and 9 all were pronounced dead at the scene. The cabin sits a distance back from the road. Jan Miller tells Newswatch 16, her son Robert was hosting a group of […]

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    Garbage Bills Confuse Some in Scranton

    SCRANTON–  Ona and Bill Glucksnis are not too happy, they recently paid a $300 annual bill for the collection of their garbage. Bill laughs,”The bill stinks worse.” Not only are this year’s garbage fees in Scranton higher than last year, the couple says the due date on the bill is confusing. Ona says,”We opened the mailbox up and said ‘Oh boy’.” Scranton garbage bills arrived in late April and have a due date of May 1st, however there is a […]

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    A Cheerful, Chilly Cherry Blossom Festival

    WILKES-BARRE– Ideally, the cherry blossom festival in Kirby Park is a chance to enjoy spring weather under a canopy of blooms. However, with Mother Nature running a bit behind schedule, there were more buds than blossoms at this year’s edition. Still plenty of people made the most of a chance to have some family fun outdoors. Robert Amann of Wilkes-Barre said,”Blossoms, just a couple!” Cool temperatures and stiff breezes kept many people bundled up. Toy vendor Christine Cheffo could only […]

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    Removing Basketball to Prevent Crime

    WILLIAMSPORT– No shooting, no scoring, no rebounds or assists. At Williamsport’s Memorial Park, the hoops, backboards and posts on the basketball court have been removed by order of the city’s mayor. Mayor Gabe Campana said he made the move after persistent problems with littering and drug use. “We gave certain individuals an opportunity to make things better, to step up to the plate, and I am not going to allow a shooting to occur in that park like they have in other […]

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    Thief Hits Animal Shelter Construction Site

    BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP– Sitting on a hill just outside Towanda is a building that 10 years ago was only a dream. The Happy Tails No Kill Animal Shelter has been in the works for a decade. Founders picture a haven where animals would not have to be put down. Board president Karen Friedenberg says, “We would put animals down if they were suffering or too dangerous for society, but never for lack of space.” It will be about a year before […]

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    Mystery Surrounds Discovery of Body

    RANSOM TOWNSHIP — Police were called to a property in Lackawanna County near a road that runs along the Susquehanna River Saturday after a man discovered a body in a pond. Amber Dixon lives nearby and said, “I actually saw the police go by and a rescue boat and ambulance and everything.” The owners of the land in Ransom Township would not allow Newswatch 16 to see the pond where the remains were found. It sits out of sight behind several homes […]

  • Lockdown Lifted at SCI Dallas Following Attack

    JACKSON TOWNSHIP — Just a day and a half after an inmate slashed a corrections officer, the lockdown at the state prison near Dallas is lifted and some personnel at the Luzerne County facility have an issue with that. Union officials say corrections officers are not happy about that lockdown being lifted and that’s not the only issue they are speaking out about. About 36 hours earlier convicted killer, Joel Perez, allegedly used a weapon crafted from a toothbrush and […]

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    Robber Holds Up Hazle Mart 2 Days in a Row

    WILKES-BARRE– The Hazle Mart on Hazle Street is a busy spot to fill your tank or get a cup of coffee. But not only are the customers loyal, so too it would seem is the robber believed to have repeatedly targeted the store, holding it up on Wednesday, Thursday, and three other times this year. Angela Sweet, a customer, says,” That is horrible, I do feel bad for them.” While the robber was wearing a mask, investigators do know one […]

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    Two Brand New Businesses Gutted by Fire

    TEXAS TOWNSHIP — A fire that broke out Saturday night on Route 6 near Honesdale gutted two shops, and left three others damaged by smoke and water. Investigators have not determined a cause, but told merchants there was no evidence of arson. Firefighters managed to stop the flames from reaching a carpet showroom, boutique, and health food store. However, two brand new businesses, 2 Cousins Construction and Savannah’s Inspirational Woodworks, were reduced to charred rubble. In the daylight, a grand opening flag […]

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    Deadly Fire in Briar Creek Township

    BRIAR CREEK TOWNSHIP– Neighbors said it didn’t take long for the deadly fire to consume Mike and Pat Rupp’s trailer on Foundryville Road Friday night. The fire killed Mike Rupp, 57, along with three dogs. Lynn Bower said,”Someone called 911 and they tried to get to the trailer, but they said it was too hot, and then it just went very fast. “ Her husband grabbed a hose and tried to help but it was no match for the fierce flames. Bower said, […]

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    Mourning Three Young Brothers Killed in a Fire

    RUSH TOWNSHIP– Daniel Dissinger, 13, was curious, talkative, and smart. His Brother Gavin, 7, was active, friendly and loved to be outdoors, The boys and their brother Arthur, 2, were killed when flames consumed their house on South Smith Road near Danville Friday morning. A sister and brother escaped and tried to get help, but it was too late. A day later, flowers began to cover the scorched foundation of the home, brought by people paying tribute. One of them was Mary […]

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    Baby Silas’ Aunt: “I’m Angry!”

    OLYPHANT– In family pictures 10-month-old Silas Sorak appears to be happy and healthy. However Friday night the 10 month old died, two days after his mother’s boyfriend allegedly slammed him into a crib inside a home on Delaware Avenue in Olyphant. Prosecutors say Eddie Widdick was inside the house with Ashley Nelson’s five children as well as two other kids he was babysitting, when he got angry at and forcefully threw Silas down, hitting the baby’s head on a metal crib. Investigators […]