Sarah came to Channel 6 from WTVG, the ABC-owned station in Toledo, Ohio, where she was a weekend anchor and general assignment reporter. In 2002, Sarah was awarded First Place in the Spot News Category from the Associated Press of Ohio for her coverage from New York of the September 11th attacks. She was also nominated for two Emmy awards for her live coverage from Ground Zero.
In 2001, she was named Best Reporter in Ohio by the Associated Press.
Sarah got her start in Toledo after receiving a Masters Degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Prior to that, Sarah graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio with a major in History and a minor in French. She lives in Center City.
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