Jennifer Joyce joined the FOX 29 News team in September of 2013. She is a general assignment reporter for FOX 29 News.
Jenni is thrilled to work in her hometown of Philadelphia. Prior to moving back "home," she worked as the Lancaster County Bureau Reporter for CBS-21 News based in Harrisburg, Pa.
While she was there, Jenni broke multiple stories, reported on the presidential election of 2008 with visits from Barack Obama, John McCain and Sarah Palin and was LIVE at Penn State University the night it was announced that legendary football coach, Joe Paterno, was fired. Jenni got her on-air start at News 12 The Bronx in New York City. She also worked as a reporter at WPVI-TV.
Jenni holds an undergraduate degree from Temple University. She currently teaches journalism as an adjunct professor at Saint Joseph's University, where she received a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice with a focus on Homeland Security in 2015.
In her free time, she loves cooking, hanging out with her family and friends and spending summers at the Jersey Shore.
A little girl who nearly drowned in the bathtub has overcome odds and is serving as an inspiration for others. The girl and her family help others who have suffered from brain injuries.
Philadelphia police have released new surveillance video of a shooting in Kensington that left a young man in critical condition.
Residents are recalling the chaotic scene as six Philadelphia police officers were shot in North Philly leading to a 7 1/2-hour standoff.
Locked cars are being broken into with a "black market" method and it's causing a big headache for Mount Airy residents.
Police are investigating a shooting after an altercation between two men at a SEPTA station in Center City
Authorities in Montgomery County have identified three family members from Penn Valley who died in a plane crash Thursday morning in Upper Moreland Township.
A South Jersey mother is in the fight of her life. She's battling cancer and can't get in and out of her house easily. She is in desperate need of a stair lift.
The invasive insect known as a spotted lanternfly has been spotted a Deleware County park. They have the potential to destroy trees and kill crops. It was first discovered in Pennsylvania in Berks County but has since spread to other counties.
Officials say two people were injured after lightning struck a tree in Newark, Delaware.
Prosecutors say a Chester County man has been arrested and charged after he allegedly threatened to kill his family and “shoot up” the Haverford College campus.