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Keira McGuire

Keira McGuire is a health reporter and multimedia producer for WITF. She hosts and produces Transforming Health television programs as well as other shows and documentaries for WITF’s Original Productions. McGuire produced the Emmy Award winning series HealthSmart for the last ten years. Keira previously worked at WBFF in Baltimore and WMDT in Salisbury as a reporter and anchor. She’s a graduate of Towson University.

Latest by Keira McGuire

Bill’s Story

“‘One More Moment’ to me means that I get to enjoy retirement, enjoy my wife and grandchildren, be outside, play disc golf, enjoy my friends.”
-Bill Bender
Suicide Attempt Survivor

By Keira McGuire/WITF

Jessica’s Story

“Every single human being deserves love. And if you think that nobody’s ever going to love you, I felt that. I felt that I was unlovable, did not mean that I was unlovable.”
-Jessica Paone
Suicide Attempt Survivor

By Keira McGuire/WITF

WITF Remembers Two Central Pennsylvania Jazz Icons

Ronnie Waters and Byron "Jimmy" Wood were integral to the jazz scene in Central PA.
By Keira McGuire/WITF

Ev’s Story

“One more moment for me … can mean only one more moment until everything isn’t so dark anymore.”
-Ev Reheard
Suicide Attempt Survivor

Listen to Ev Reheard sing “Stay”

By Keira McGuire/WITF

Dennis’ Story

“Know that no matter how quirky or strange you may think that you are … The diamond that you are will be recognized by somebody. So, take strength in who you are … there’s a partner and a family for you somewhere.”
-Dennis Smith
Experienced Suicidal Thoughts

By Keira McGuire/WITF

Kay’s Story

“The more that we share our stories, then the more people feel safe to share their stories, to open up, to get the help that they need.”
-Kay Bela
Suicide Attempt Survivor

By Keira McGuire/WITF

Andrea’s Story

“There are days here and there where I want to just crawl in my hole and be left alone. But I know there’s a reason to come out of that hole.”
-Andrea Sloan
Lost a Loved One to Suicide

By Keira McGuire/WITF