Lori Houy, WPXI-TV

Reporter

Lori arrived at Channel 11 in October 1998. A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, she attended college at the University of Pittsburgh, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. Lori also received her Master's degree in Journalism from Point Park College. Her news career started in radio as a reporter at WBCO-WQEL in Bucyrus, Ohio. Lori also worked at WANB Radio, and at WKBN-TV in Youngstown, Ohio, where she was a morning anchor, weekend anchor, and reporter. The stories that are most memorable to Lori include the Blizzard of '96, the last football game at Three Rivers Stadium, the crash of Flight 93 in Somerset County, and the verdict in the Ronald Taylor trial. Lori's proudest career achievement is balancing her news career with raising her 3 sons. "Working in TV news is challenging, exciting, and rewarding. You get to go to new places and meet people of all walks of life with each assignment," Lori says. "It's a career that I dreamed of as a little girl, and my dream has come true."

Latest Headlines by Lori Houy



Freedom rally held at Point State Park

More than 100 people marched across the Roberto Clemente Bridge and gathered at Point State Park for the Americans For Freedom Rally Saturday morning.





Hilltop Pharmacy vaccinates 700 during weekend clinic

Pittsburgh firefighters were among the first to roll up their sleeves to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Now they’re actively involved helping Hilltop Pharmacy with their vaccination clinics,


Bethel Park pharmacy holds vaccination event

Nearly 2,500 people were vaccinated against COVID-19 during an event Saturday at Spartan Pharmacy, after the event was rescheduled due to lack of vaccine doses last week.