Sarah Bloomquist
Sarah Bloomquist is the co-anchor of Action News at Noon and Action News at 4 p.m. Sarah joined the Action News team in August 2002. Since then, she's covered many major stories for 6abc, including reporting live from Maryland during the sniper scare, following the Philadelphia Eagles and their faithful fans during the 2004-2005 run for the Super Bowl, as well as the Eagles 2018 Super Bowl win in Minneapolis.

Sarah has also traveled to Italy, Egypt, and Kenya for Action News. She has covered wildfires, hurricanes, and many political conventions. Sarah also played a key role in Action News' coverage of the papal visit in 2015. She covered major political events in Washington DC including both Obama inaugurations and the funeral of President George H.W. Bush. She has also spent years covering daily news events in Philadelphia both as an anchor and a reporter.

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.

Sarah's Stories
Learn better care for your voice, and how to prevent losing it
Our voice is so important for communication. But we take it for granted until it's not working well. In this week's Moves in Medicine, we learn how to better care for this important asset.
Bucks County Wesley Enhanced Living residents making bears to comfort young Ukrainian refugees
As the war in the Ukraine continues, some older adults in Bucks County are working on a project to help bring comfort to some of the younger refugees forced to flee their homeland with their families.
84-year-old Berks Co. woman, Helen Badulak, is a master craftsman of pysanky
Many people around the region are preparing Easter eggs for display this weekend, but there's one 84-year-old Berks County woman who's especially gifted at making Ukrainian Easter eggs, known as pysanky, and it's an art she works on year round.
From 455 lb. to a cycling enthusiast, Olney man loves post-bariatric life
"I'm grateful to have this second life, I'm determined to "never see the number 4 in front of my weight again."
Non-surgery options for managing, treating back and neck pain
Neck and back pain affects millions of people with many fearful surgery is the only solution. Temple Health outlines a number of ways to get relief without going under the knife.
Philadelphia police captain launches podcast to discuss gun violence
The goal is to examine the causes of the violence and explore solutions.
Abington HS student making her musical mark with new Christmas song, 'Lonely Christmas'
The 16-year old Abington High School sophomore goes by her first name, Wallis, and her first original song called "Lonely Christmas" was created during the pandemic.
Montgomery County native creates nonprofit supporting LGBTQ+ athletes
Bryan Ruby is many things. He's a professional baseball player, a country music songwriter, and he is gay. He believes that part of his identity is providing him the opportunity to do the most good.
South Jersey woman living with metastatic breast cancer now helping others beat the odds
New strategies to fight breast cancer are making surgery less traumatic and new drugs are giving those with metastatic cancer more quality time. A South Jersey woman is using that time to help others beat the odds against breast cancer.
South Jersey woman determined to beat the odds against breast cancer at Making Strides Walk
Among the hundreds taking part in Sunday's American Cancer Society Making Strides Walk will be a 26-year-old South Jersey woman who is proving there's nobody more determined to beat the odds against breast cancer.