Chris Keating grew up down south in LaGrange, Georgia. He graduated from Penn State in 2019 with degrees in broadcast journalism and business. He joined the Newswatch 16 team in June of 2019.
During his time at Penn State, Chris interned at WRBL in Columbus, Ga serving in their news department. In the summer before his senior year of school, he was the first ever play-by-play voice of the collegiate summer league baseball team known as the Macon Bacon. At the Penn State, Chris was the producer of a student-run Penn State television show known as Sports Night.
In his free-time, Chris enjoys spending time with friends and family, binging Netflix shows, and cheering on Liverpool FC across the pond.


Recent Articles
  • Farmers Scramble to Harvest During Heat

    SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Farmers in central Pennsylvania only experience these kinds of temperatures a few weeks out of the year. Tebbs Farms near South Williamsport is doing all they can to beat the heat. John Tebbs is the owner of Tebbs Farms in Nisbet. He and his team are racing to keep production up before the extreme temperatures of the day settle in. “When we’re picking corn, we start earlier in the day, when its cooler, and then we […]

  • Church Yard Sale Aiding Charities

    MUNCY, Pa. — A church in Lycoming County is hosting its annual yard sale this weekend to raise money for local and national charities. The third annual Indoor Yard Sale is underway at Pleasant View Wesleyan Church in Muncy. Leeana Snell is running this year’s event and says that they have everything from A to Z for sale. “Pretty much everything but the kitchen sink,” Snell said. “I have antique dressers, I have kitchen items, d├ęcor items, tons of books, […]

  • TWA Flight 800: Paying Respects by Paying It Forward

    MONTOURSVILLE, Pa. — TWA Flight 800 exploded over the Atlantic Ocean 23 years ago. Everyone on board died, including 21 people from Montoursville. Now, a unique tradition remembers those lives that were lost. Sixteen yellow roses and one red rose grace a memorial behind Montoursville Area High School. The flowers represent the so-called Montoursville 21 — 16 students and five chaperones who died 23 years ago when TWA Flight 800 exploded over the Atlantic Ocean. They were headed to Paris […]

  • State: Pond in Clinton County Can Stay for Now

    WAYNE TOWNSHIP, Pa. — What was supposed to be a small meeting between state and Wayne Township officials in Clinton County soon became a forum for the community as people learned about plans for the pond in Nature Park. Officials gathered Tuesday morning at the Wayne Township Nature Park. They looked over the dams built to create a pond along a branch of McElhattan Creek. The state has recently raised concerns about the dams and many people in the community […]

  • Pond in Clinton County May Have To Go

    WAYNE TOWNSHIP, Pa. — The future of a fishing area designated for kids 12 and under and those with disabilities is up in the air. Wayne Township officials in Clinton County fear that their manmade pond may have to be removed. Kids 12 and under and people with disabilities have been fishing in Wayne Township’s nature park for the past two years. Wade Swinehart of McElhattan comes here often. “This helps with PTSD in ways. I sit here and get […]

  • 149th Lycoming County Fair Kicks Off

    HUGHESVILLE, Pa. — Beautiful weather was in the forecast as the annual Lycoming County Fair kicked off its first full day of festivities. Those going to the fair can expect great weather all weekend long. “This weather is beautiful man, this is breathtaking. more people are going to come because there is no rain and it is nice out,” said Dylan Lassard, Williamsport. Those that made their way out to have some fun in the sun were looking forward to […]

  • No Tuition Increase at PA State Universities

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Fourteen universities across the state will see their in-state tuition total remain at $7,716 for the upcoming school year. The chair of the Board of Governors released this statement after the decision: “Our mission is clear. These universities exist so that Pennsylvanians across all income levels can access quality higher education, by holding the line on tuition, we are living up to that mission.” At Lock Haven University, students were relieved to hear the news. “I got […]

  • Mission: Uncertain for Shelter in Bradford County

    WEST BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — It is a summer of uncertainty at a homeless shelter in Bradford County. The Endless Mountain Mission is the only homeless shelter in the county. The organization near Troy, which is largely funded by donations, is a haven for people who do not have a place to call home. “The mission is to take in the homeless, the very homeless, and I don’t mean someone sleeping on a parent’s couch or staying with somebody,” said […]

  • Clinton County Man on Mission to Preserve Local Baseball History

    CLINTON COUNTY, Pa. — A man is on a mission to preserve part of our area’s rich baseball history, and he’s doing it despite many challenges to his health. The 2011 Keystone Little League team from Clinton County will forever be ingrained into Pennsylvania baseball history, making a run at the World Series in South Williamsport. Justin Kline, a member of that team’s coaching staff, is trying to preserve some history closer to home. “You’ll learn that when I get […]

  • Family Searching for One-of-a-kind Quilt After it Was Accidentally Donated

    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — A family mistakenly donated a quilt in June and have yet to hear about its whereabouts, but they are receiving support from a local thrift store. The Wright family in Williamsport accidentally donated a quilt that meant so much to their family. The quilt made of family member’s t-shirts was given to the American Rescue Workers. “Those are irreplaceable. That was how we were going to preserve those t-shirts,” said Chris Wright. The thrift store is doing […]

  • Celebrating the Fourth at Riverside Campground

    MONTGOMERY, Pa. — Riverside Campground in Montgomery has been full for more than a week leading up to the Fourth of July. Some campers have been coming here for years to celebrate the nation’s birthday. For the Stitzer family from Reading, this is the best way to celebrate the festivities as a family. “We love coming up here, we watch the fireworks, we share meals, and we just love camping together.” Some campers will be spending their Independence Day under […]

  • Students with Special Needs March in Parade

    MONTOURSVILLE, Pa. — Students with special needs were dressed head to toe in red, white, and blue in celebration of the Fourth of July. The annual extended school year Fourth of July Parade took place at Schick Elementary in Lycoming County. Kids with special needs had the opportunity to march in front of classmates, friends, and family. “My parade was good, and I was walking on the track for the Fourth of July parade,” Brendan Rooker said. The parade began […]

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