Sarah Sager

Traffic Reporter/Anchor

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sarah.sager@wsaz.com

304-690-3069

Sarah Sager is the traffic reporter/anchor at WSAZ.

After seven years away, Sarah is excited to return to the news station she grew up watching!

Sarah returned to WSAZ in June of 2019 as an anchor-reporter. Previously, Sarah worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor at WSAZ.

From 2009-2011, Sarah worked as the noon anchor and morning reporter at WHSV in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

She is a proud Elon University alumna.

Besides raising two young children during her time away from the news station, Sarah also became a certified yoga, cycling, and barre instructor, but her favorite is yoga!

When Sarah isn’t working, she loves to read and spend time with her family and friends. Sarah would love to hear from you if you have story ideas or simply want to say, “Hello”!


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