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.
The Ringling Bros. & Barnum And Bailey Circus is returning town. This morning, hundreds of people scored tickets for less than $ a piece.
A woman and her two kids, including a newborn, escaped intense flames and smoke at a home in Beechview Thursday morning.
Lots of people use their smartphones while driving. Seven in ten are texting, taking selfies, and even using social media, according to a recent AT&T study.
Getting rid of deer was once again a heated topic at a commissioner’s meeting in Mt. Lebanon.
Staying connected can be tough on our troops stationed overseas and their loved ones still at home. But, an organization called Operation StrongVet is bridging the gap through music.
A community is coming together for a 2-year-old boy on life-support.
Eleven cyclists from around the country are biking coast-to-coast to benefit The Friendship Circle.
Time is running out for the Macy’s on Fifth Avenue downtown.
A special tribute was made to a little boy whose story has inspired hundreds of people.
Nearly 300 helmets were passed out and fitted for children in Boyce Park.
Three teenagers have been arrested for robbing a supermarket in McKeesport.
A branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has reopened and it’s bigger and better than ever.
Single-dose liquid laundry detergents are convenient and easy to use. But they can also be poisonous. In the first six months of this year, poison-control centers received more than 6,000 reports of young children ingesting the pods or getting them in their eyes or on their skin.
Community members in Observatory Hill are looking for a way to try to curb violence in their neighborhood.
A robotic invasion in Market Square today was part of a program to get kids excited about technology.