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.
One person was injured when a car slammed into a house in Butler County Monday morning.
One of the Pittsburgh Zoo’s newest and cutest additions is becoming quite adventurous.
Clarice Angelo has lived through every mother’s worst nightmare.
Many women dream of their wedding dress long before they think about the price tag attached to it.
People dodged the rain Thursday night to visit several bars and restaurants in Oakland.
Music, prayer and readings were all part of a ceremony at the Community Day School in Squirrel Hill in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Thieves stole a pair of racing motorcycles during an early Wednesday morning break-in at a bike shop.
Commuters dealt with a unique problem along the 10th Street Bypass Tuesday morning.
Volunteers stationed at the Homewood-Brushton YMCA on Bennett Street weren’t afraid to get their hands dirty this weekend.
It’s been seven months since 6-year-old Ava Campbell was hit by a car and killed right in front of her home in Shaler.
Ride-share services like Uber are more popular than ever. Soon, there will be a new option in Pittsburgh and it’s just for women.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh just received a major donation.
People packed St. James Catholic Church in Sewickley Thursday to raise money for stained glass windows to be shipped to Africa.
Children’s Hospital is getting a $30,000 multimedia makeover.
For people dealing with disfigurement, life can be especially challenging. But, a local non-profit is trying to help.