Kelsey Fabian joined PHL17 in November 2018 and excited to be back in her home state! Although she is originally from Lancaster County, Kelsey is very familiar with Philadelphia, having earned a journalism degree from Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication.

Before making her way back to Philly, Kelsey made her way around the nation. Working at stations in the Midwest, New England and down South, Kelsey has spent quite a few years waking up before the sun, as she has spent all of her time on air as a morning reporter. Over the years she has also taken on other roles such as anchor and producer. She even spent her first year in the real world working for the web team at NBC10 in Philadelphia.

In her spare time she loves to travel, explore new restaurants and spend time with her family and friends. You will often catch Kelsey talking about her love for animals or you may even see her around the city walking her dog, Little Dude!


Recent Articles
  • Delco Father Striving to End Distracted Driving

    Once a distracted driver himself, Joel Feldman now travels the country trying to change the way people drive. In 2009 Feldman lost his 21-year-old daughter, Casey. She was an aspiring journalist, getting ready to head into her senior year of college, but Casey’s life was cut short by a distracted driver. “She had her entire life in front of her, she could do anything and she can be anything. It was taken away in just a few seconds,” said Feldman. […]

  • Video of Chester Officer Punching Woman Sparks Investigation

    Police announced an investigation after a St. Patrick’s Day party took a violent turn in Chester. Video of the incident went viral, as of Monday morning more than two million people viewed the video which shows a Chester officer striking a young woman. Police say they responded to reports of a riot Saturday afternoon near Widener University. @ChesterPolicePA I'm putting you on the news pic.twitter.com/C5AT56xoDn — Your Dad (@bluewithred) March 16, 2019 Investigators say a violent altercation took place when […]

  • Feel the Luck of the Irish this Weekend in Ardmore

    Looking for something to do outside of the city limits this Saint Patrick’s Day? Head to Ardmore where the celebrations will be endless. From traditional dishes at Jack McShea’s, to live Irish Dancing at John Henry’s Pub and specialty brews at Iron Hill Brewery, Ardmore is the perfect place to celebrate.

  • Celebrate National Potato Chip Day with Herr’s

    National Potato Chip Day only happens once a year, so PHL 17 decided to celebrate it the right way at the Herr’s Snack Factory. The company has been a Pennsylvania staple for 73 years. The family run business has more than 30 flavors of chips. If you would like to learn how you can celebrate National Potato Chip Day with a tour of the factory click here!

  • Pretend Summer is Here at the Atlantic City Boat Show

    If you are dreaming of warmer days the Atlantic City Boat Show might be the place for you this weekend! While it won’t change the weather outside, it will put you in the summer spirit. The show will be at the Atlantic City Convention Center until March 3. If you are looking to buy or just want something different to do there is an activity for everyone in your family. Explore hundreds of boats, the latest marine technology and fishing […]

  • Adopt a Pet: Cali

    Meet Cali! This 5-month-old blind kitten is looking for a patient and loving forever home. Cali didn’t have an easy start. She was rescued by the PSPCA after her previous owner didn’t take very good care of her. After suffering severe eye infections that were not cared for, Cali had to have both eyes removed. This sweet kitten is still adjusting, but will be getting around like a regular cat in no time! If you want to learn more about […]

  • Get Lost in Pop Culture Treasure at a Bizarre Museum in Oaks

    One man’s ever growing collection of Americana will take you on a bizarre adventure that you won’t regret. Located in Oaks, just a few miles from the King of Prussia Mall you will find American Treasure Tour Museum. The 100,000 square foot space is filled with thousands of wacky items that filled the nation before the digital age. The $15 admission will allow you to hop on a tram and have a guided tour throughout the facility.  Get lost in […]

  • East Passyunk Avenue Restaurant Week Allows Dining at a Discount

    East Passyunk Avenue Restaurant Week allows for fine dining at a discount. With 26 restaurants participating there is a place and cuisine for everyone. Feast on a 3-course prix fixe lunch and/or dinner menu for either $15, $25 or $35. Restaurant week will last until March 8 and is the perfect excuse to try something new!

  • Learn to Make Traditional Polish Food at ‘Pierogial’ School

    Traditional Polish food isn’t easy to find, but one Philadelphia restaurant is changing that, by teaching you how to make it in your own kitchen. Mom Mom’s Kitchen and Polish Food Cart has expanded their business by adding cooking classes or as they call it “Pierogial” School.  They offer both public and private sessions and it gives you a chance to learn from two very experienced pierogi makers. Owners Ryan Elmore and Kaitlin Wines take you into their Orthodox Street […]

  • Adopt a Pet: Boots and Rusty

    Meet Boots and Rusty! This bonded pair will show you the true meaning of friendship! The love-able pals have been spent their lives together and Providence Animal Center wants to keep it that way. The pair ended up at the shelter when their owner, had to move into an assisted living facility. Both Rusty and Boots are mixed breed dogs. Rusty is the younger of the two, at 6-years-old he still loves to play, but his 11-year-old sister Boots, does […]

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