- Full Name Heather Abraham
- Occupation Journalist
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Shaler Township, Pennsylvania, USA
- Birth Date May 14, 1984
- Age 37 Years, 8 Months
Heather Abraham | Biography 2021Nominated for an 'Emmy' for Hosting PTL
Abraham Heather began working at KDKA in 2010 and has been co-hosting 'Pittsburgh Today Live' since 2017. Previously, she worked as a reporter for News 12 Brooklyn, a 24-hour cable news station in New York City. She ended up spending four years covering everything in Brooklyn as a reporter, photographer, and editor.
Heather Abraham is a journalist who currently serves as the morning anchor and host of Pittsburgh Today Live at KDKA-TV.
Who is Heather Abraham?
Heather Abraham was born on 14 May 1984 and grew up in Shaler Township. As of December 2021, she is 37 years old. Moreover, her education bio includes Shaler Area High School followed by West Virginia University, where she majored in Broadcast News. In addition to that, Abraham graduated from West Virginia University with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism.
Abraham Heather began working at KDKA in 2010 and has been co-hosting Pittsburgh Today Live since 2017. Previously, she worked as a reporter for News 12 Brooklyn, a 24-hour cable news station in New York City. She ended up spending four years covering everything in Brooklyn as a reporter, photographer, and editor.
Furthermore, she has received multiple 'Emmy' nominations and earned a 'Golden Quill' award for her coverage of a Homestead fire rated as a seven-alarm fire. In addition, she was nominated for an 'Emmy' for her hosting work on PTL as she progressed in her on-air role.
Abraham was referred to as a twin sister by Allison Latos, an American Journalist on Twitter. She captioned on her birthday, "Happy Birthday to the best twin sister ever!" and Abraham replied, "Well, that means you deserve a Happy Birthday too! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!"
However, they are not twin sisters. On the other hand, Latos has a twin sister who is a doctor.
Abraham is married to Frank Trabucco, a firefighter for Pittsburgh. The couple met during her College days in 2006. In addition to that, she wished Trabucco on his birthday on her Instagram and mentioned that they were just kids when they met.
They have three children: one son named Rocco Trabucco and two daughters named Lila and Sonni Trabucco.
Abraham and her husband bought their 1930s-era Mt. Washington home nine years ago in 2012. However, it was not a brand new house, but it was later renovated. With the Pittsburg Magazine, she revealed their rooms renovation, which they started in 2018 by replacing the dark, dated cabinets in the kitchen with more modern white cabinets and adding a pantry to an empty nook.
They also replaced the original boards from their first floor with new hardwood floors from Lumber Liquidators in a rich maple. During the four weeks of construction, the family spent most of the time upstairs, doing dishes in the bathroom and buying pizza for dinner.
Abraham has worked with the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania, including participating in their annual polar plunge fundraiser, Animal Friends, and the KDKA-TV Turkey Fund. Moreover, during the 2020 COVID pandemic, she started a yearly block party and worked to make her street a safe Light Up Night.
In addition to that, Abraham took part in the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Banks Off The Record fundraising event in 2021.