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.
According to Consumer Reports, prepared foods in supermarkets aren’t required to have nutrition labels, and you might be consuming more fat, calories, and sodium than you think.
More than a dozen families will stay warm this winter, thanks to the generosity of others.
“Dinner Labs” giving chefs a chance to try out new dishes on groups of strangers.
Severe flu is being reported nationwide, but here in southwestern Pennsylvania, we seem to be dodging the bullet, at least for now.
A team of local students found out they were named the best in the nation in a Verizon innovative app challenge.
Police are on the hunt, hoping surveillance video will unmask a credit card thief.
A Kent State University professor is at the center of an FBI investigation after being accused of helping ISIS.
People across the country are remembering the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Consumer Reports has some good information if you are in the market for a snow blower, including about which brands hold up best.
W-2s are already going out as tax season quickly approaches, and for those who aren’t sure where to begin, you can get some free tax help as soon as next week.
There has been a significant increase in sales and that trend is expected to continue with President Barack Obama announcing a series of executive steps aimed at curbing gun violence.
Treatments to combat sleep deprivation have become big business. Americans spent more than $40 billion last year searching for that elusive good night’s sleep.
Hundreds of people kicked off the new year with a chilly jump into the Mon River.
After nearly 50 years, two local barbers are hanging up their clippers.
A recent Consumer Reports survey of more than 74,000 subscribers found that almost 90 percent do some of their banking online.