Sarah Arbogast

sarah arbogast web Sarah ArbogastSarah Arbogast joined the KDKA team as a Traffic Reporter in November 2011. The North Versailles native is thrilled to be back in Pittsburgh.

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.

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Consumer Reports: Earned Income Tax Credit Largely Unclaimed

Consumer Reports has some important advice about a tax credit that often goes unclaimed, but could help those who need it most.



“Drink For Pink” Events Benefit Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh

Dozens of people came out Thursday for the annual “Drink For Pink” event, benefiting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh.


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CPR Awareness Training At Local High School

Students at a North Hills high school took a break from classes this week for a different kind of lesson.


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Kennywood Bringing Back Whale Mouth Entrance To Noah’s Ark

Kennywood is closed for the winter, but the park is packed with activity as crews work on some exciting renovations.


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Fire Rips Through Third Floor Of Duplex In Southwest Greensburg

Firefighters rushed to the scene of a duplex on fire in Greensburg early Tuesday morning.


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Hundreds Attend Meeting About 6-Month Partial Closure Of Red Line

Hundreds of people attended a community meeting in Beechview about the Port Authority’s plan to close a stretch of the T for at least six months.


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Owner Of Emaciated Dog Says He Thought She Had Worms

The hearing for a man accused of starving a dog was postponed Thursday, but Gerald Walker had plenty to say to reporters.


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Elementary School Students March For Peace In Lincoln-Larimer

Some young students braved the cold and ice to march for peace through the streets of Lincoln-Larimer.


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Humane Society Launches New Fundraiser For Emaciated Pit Bull

A 3-year-old pit bull mix rescued by humane officers, continues to recover. Now, a new fundraiser is underway.


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Father Using Slain Daughter’s Tragic Story To Curb Dating Violence

It’s been nearly nine years since a high school cheerleader was brutally murdered by her ex-boyfriend.


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Target To Launch Gender-Neutral Home Decor Line For Kids

Target is going gender-neutral, at least in its newest home decor collection for kids.


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Consumer Reports: Are Supermarket Prepared Foods Healthy?

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.


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Generosity Of Others Helping To Provide Heat For 13 Families

More than a dozen families will stay warm this winter, thanks to the generosity of others.


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Gourmet Chefs Trying Out New Dishes In “Dinner Labs”

“Dinner Labs” giving chefs a chance to try out new dishes on groups of strangers.


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Western Pa. Experiencing Extremely Mild Flu Season

Severe flu is being reported nationwide, but here in southwestern Pennsylvania, we seem to be dodging the bullet, at least for now.




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