Trish Hartman
Trish Hartman is a Bucks County native who joined the Action News team as a reporter in June 2015.

Trish started her broadcasting career at KRTV, the CBS affiliate in Great Falls, Montana as a reporter/photographer. There, she enterprised, shot, wrote and edited her own stories, many of which aired across the state. From there, she moved to beautiful Savannah, Ga. where she covered news in the Coastal Empire and Low Country. Trish helped to create and launch two new morning shows for the ABC and FOX affiliates, and anchored and produced them each day.

Trish was thrilled to come back to her home state in 2008 when she started working for WNEP in Northeastern Pennsylvania. She covered news in the Pocono region, Scranton, and eventually anchored the station's evening broadcasts. She anchored wall-to-wall coverage during Tropical Storm Lee in 2011, which caused historic flooding of the Susquehanna River and forced 100,000 people from their homes.

Trish grew up in Bensalem, Pa., and discovered her love of journalism in high school, writing articles for "Reality," the teen section of the Bucks County Courier Times. Trish is a proud graduate of the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism. During her first semester of college, watching the coverage of the 9/11 attacks solidified her decision to pursue a career as a journalist.

In her free time, Trish enjoys running, yoga and knitting. She lives in Bucks County with her husband, daughter and greyhound.

Trish's Stories
Kicking off the weekend with mild January weather
On a Friday evening in downtown Haddonfield, it's not unusual to see lots of people out and about. But no coats? In January? That's out of the ordinary.
New study finds PFAS chemicals in Philadelphia's drinking water
A new study by a non-profit group said Philadelphia was the sixth-highest city in the country for PFAS chemicals in drinking water.
Tens of thousands expected at Wildwood Trump rally, but venue only holds 7,500 people
Wildwood officials are getting ready for thousands to make a winter visit to the Jersey Shore for President Donald Trump's rally.
ATV riders damage soccer, lacrosse fields in Bensalem Township; investigation underway
Owners of a Lower Bucks County athletic club say the damage to their fields is extensive after ATV riders came through after the weekend snowfall.
Yangming in Radnor Township set to close after 30 years
After almost 30 years, a well-known Main Line Chinese restaurant will close next month.
As flu cases rise, doctors say it's not too late to get vaccinated
While national experts are saying this year's flu vaccine isn't a great match for one particular strain of flu, they also say the vaccine could save a child's life.
18-month-old suffers graze wound to head in Germantown
Philadelphia police are investigating a shooting that left a baby injured on Sunday.
Man charged with bringing machine gun, high-capacity ammo to NJ Coast Guard site
A North Carolina man has been charged with trying to bring an assault weapon, body armor and hollow-point bullets into a U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in New Jersey.
Demonstrators protest New Jersey vaccination exemption bill in Trenton
Protesters gathered outside the New Jersey State Annex building in Trenton, asking lawmakers to kill a bill that would limit exemptions for school-required vaccinations.
Pemberton Township Police Department investigating fatal hit-and-run crash
Police in Burlington County are looking for information about a hit-and-run driver after a man was struck and killed on December 27.