Amy Hudak is delighted to join the award-winning team at WPXI and call Pittsburgh home!
Amy is originally from New England and comes to WPXI from Hartford, Conn., where she anchored and reported the evening news in her hometown at WTNH. Before then, she worked at WHAM in Rochester, New York.
While in Upstate New York, Amy was the lead reporter for the high profile Craig Rideout murder trial, featured on Dateline. She also helped her team earn an Associated Press Award for breaking news for an active shooter on the beach.
Amy went to Penn State... We Are!... and was a pre-medicine major. She had hopes of going to medical school, before getting the news bug during an internship with Today Show health contributor, Joy Bauer. She loves her career and doesn't look back!
Amy loves running, yoga, a good cup of coffee and spending time with her rescue cat and dog, Murphy and Mac. She is excited to explore the Pittsburgh restaurant scene and enjoy Pirates, Penguins and Steelers games!
If you see Amy out and about, please say hi and don't hesitate to send story ideas or restaurant suggestions to email@example.com.
It’s a safety net millions of Americans rely on to pay basic living expenses, but 11 Investigates found many families are instead getting bills from the federal government, asking them to pay back thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars. The Social Security Administration says it paid out more than $20 billion to people who should not have received that money and now the agency wants it back.
The mother of Jashon Martin, who is the man at the center of a controversial arrest downtown, is speaking out. She says she has some serious questions for the officers involved and the Pittsburgh Police Department.
A new CARFAX report shows nearly five million Kias and Hyundais are still on the road with major security flaws that could lead to them being easily stolen. Pennsylvania is fourth on the list nationwide with nearly 230,000 models still being driven.