After graduating from California University of PA, Sarah landed her first reporting job in Beckley, West Virginia. After spending some time in the Mountain State, she moved on to report at WJET in Erie. There she received a Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Award for her weekly education series on students using newspapers in the classroom. Most recently, Sarah spent the past three years covering news in the central part of the state at WPMT in York.
Sarah has covered everything from crime to politics. Two of her most memorable stories are the Sago Mine Disaster in 2006 and the Supreme Court case involving military father, Albert Snyder.
Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time with friends and family.
You may notice some new artwork the next time you’re in the Strip District.
Pirates fever has certainly taken over Pittsburgh. Today, Pirates President Frank Coonelly received recognition for the Bucs’ success.
Munhall Police blocked off a stretch of Homestead-Duquesne Road, while a construction crew installed a 12-inch water main.
Many of us paused today to remember the deadly terror attacks that took place 12 years ago.
While a teacher strike continues in the Shaler Area School District, students are now showing their support.
Some senior citizens worked up a sweat with the Steelers today. It was all part of the United Way’s campaign to encourage acts of generosity.
It was the moment drivers were waiting for.
Some former Pittsburgh Steelers will come together this weekend for a big event – the annual Steelers 5K race at Heinz Field.
Traveling near the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium may be a bit tricky starting in September.
There is no doubt, driving around Pittsburgh can be a challenge at times. There always seems to be construction, add that to the many driving distractions, and it is no wonder a new report ranks drivers in Pittsburgh among the worst in the nation.
Starting as early as next week, PennDOT will post lower weight limits on more than 200 bridges in our region.
It is every parent’s worst nightmare – losing a child. For a family in Plum, the heartbreak and devastation has turned into motivation to make a difference.
It’s described as smelling like rotting flesh. The extremely rare Corpse Flower is in bloom at Phipps Conservatory and thousands of people are lining up to take a sniff.
Frick Park is known for its beautiful sights and sounds. There are 561 acres of nature right outside the hustle and bustle of Downtown. Today, a group of volunteers helped to cleanup the park.
They may not have a home to call their own, but thousands of students who are currently homeless will be going back to school with some brand new gear thanks to the generosity of others.