Kendra Nichols joined abc27 in June of 2006. She started her journey at WHTM as part of the morning news team. Now you will find her covering breaking and in-depth news in Cumberland County.
She enjoys covering stories that help viewers. Her coverage of a local family's struggle to rebuild after Tropical Storm Lee destroyed their home earned her an Emmy nomination.
She also played a key role in abc27's award winning coverage of the Jerry Sandusky Trial.
Kendra has also traveled to Honduras with local doctors and surgeons to document their life-saving medical mission.
A Pennsylvania native, Kendra grew up in New Cumberland. Her family later moved, so she graduated from Dover High School. Kendra then attended Shippensburg University where she received a bachelor of arts degree in journalism with a minor in speech.
Kendra has been honored by the Associated Press and has also been nominated for several regional Emmys.
Friday, December 13 2013 4:50 AM EST2013-12-13 09:50:29 GMT
A local doctor is raising money to help rebuild a Filipino hospital destroyed by last months typhoon.Dr. Domingo Alvear, a surgeon with Pinnacle Health in Harrisburg, was born in the Philippines. He recently
A local doctor is raising money to help rebuild a Filipino hospital destroyed by last month's typhoon.
Tuesday, December 10 2013 9:05 PM EST2013-12-11 02:05:26 GMT
Two midstate school districts are receiving criticism from parents for how they handled the snow Tuesday morning.The West Shore School District, which covers schools in both York and Cumberland Counties
Two Midstate school districts are receiving criticism from parents for how they handled the snow Tuesday morning.
Monday, December 9 2013 4:37 PM EST2013-12-09 21:37:01 GMT
Icy road conditions led to several crashes in the midstate this weekend. The bad weather was actually good for some local businesses, like Faulkner Collision Center in Carlisle. "It is always great for
Bad weather can mean an increase in business for local body shops.