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Sarah joined the Fox 8 News team in June 2014. She’s a general assignment reporter who also shoots, writes and edits her own pieces. She loves getting to see her stories through from beginning to end every day, and meet lots of viewers along the way!

She comes to the Triad after living in New York City, where she worked for News 12. She reported on the U.S.’s most diverse area — the Bronx — where she covered everything from crime and politics to Superstorm Sandy, which hit NYC just a couple months after she started.

Sarah is originally from New Braunfels, Texas, although she spent much of her childhood living in Burundi and Botswana, Africa and England.
Sarah is thrilled to be in North Carolina and feels right at home in the Tar Heel state. She’s an alumna of Duke University, where she majored in Spanish and International Relations, with a journalism minor. Plus, her in-laws live all over the Triad!

When she’s not working, Sarah loves to cook, enjoy NC’s beautiful mountains and beaches, and hang out with her friends and her husband, a Greensboro native. She also volunteers as a journalism mentor and alumni interviewer for Duke, and serves as a foster mom for abused and neglected dogs.

If you see Sarah out and about, please stop and say hello!

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    Protesters gather outside Donald Trump rally in Raleigh

    RALEIGH, N.C. — Protesters gathered outside the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh Tuesday to protest Donald Trump’s visit. “I don’t think he’s qualified to be president at all,” said protester Clinton Wright. “Our president should be someone who supports people and loves people.” With heavy rain and lightning, some protesters remarked they were disappointed on how they believed the weather affected turnout. “We certainly expected that with the weather being as rainy as it was today,” […]

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    ‘It’s not too late’: Burlington Junior Police Academy aims to help at-risk youth

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — While many gather to watch fireworks Monday night, a group of middle schoolers is learning about respect, discipline and social skills. The Burlington Junior Police Academy kicked off July 4. “We’re mostly taking students that are on the fence,” Master Police Officer Chad Laws said. “They could go in either direction at this point.” The goal of the Junior Police Academy is to ensure that those teens choose the right direction, by providing them the skills needed […]

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    80 police officers to patrol downtown Greensboro during fun fourth

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – Fun Fourth is a family-friendly, typically safe event, but police are still being cautious, according to Greensboro Police Department Deputy Chief James Hinson. At least 80 police officers will be stationed in downtown Greensboro Monday evening. “We feel as though we are very prepared,” Hinson said. “We are going to have our officers strategically placed. Some will be on foot, some stationary. Some on bikes.” Zach Matheny, the director of Downtown Greensboro, Inc., which is running the […]

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    ‘The worst loss we’ve ever had’: Farmers hit hard in Alamance County storm

    ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — Rows of tobacco plants line Blanchard Road in Northeast Alamance County. The rows in perfect spacing — but the plants in them — broken off and withered up. Countless hours and countless dollars — gone. When Elizabeth Cobb heard the storm from her home,  she knew it’d be bad. “As old as I am, I’ve never seen such a storm as we had yesterday,” the 82-year-old said. The tobacco farm surrounding Cobb’s home, which is now […]

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    Northeast Alamance County hit hard by storm

    ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — The northeastern part of Alamance County was hit hard by a storm Wednesday night. The storm knocked down dozens and dozens of trees. A tree fell on a car with someone inside. One farmer’s crops also took a hit. Emergency officials say they received 20-25 calls about damage. No one was injured. Looks like this house was barely spared by a few big trees that fell in their yard. #AlamanceCo @myfox8 — Sarah Krueger (@SarahKruegerTV) June […]

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    New exit ramp opens on U.S. 421 in Guilford County, wrecks reported

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Getting onto U.S. 421 in Guilford County used to involve crossing four lanes of high speed traffic. Early this week, a new exit ramp opened, hoping to improve safety for drivers. The new interchange is at exit 196 for both north and southbound lanes, near Neelley Road and Williams Dairy Road. “It was a really dangerous traffic situation,” NCDOT Resident Engineer Kris Lorenz said. “It’s a lot smoother getting on and off now.” “And sometimes the trees […]

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    ‘I know how it feels on both sides’: Mother of murder victim learns relative is charged in recent shooting

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — Lydia Faucette took out her phone. “I’ll show you my favorite picture,” she said, pulling up a photo of a young boy, dressed in a white shirt and red bow tie. “He was my only child. And I was 35 when I had him. The doctor said I couldn’t have a baby. But God changed that and blessed me with my son for 22 years.” But only 22 years. Her son, Anthony Jones, was shot and killed […]

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    ‘This will change everything’: Double amputee veteran to get free house in Burlington; volunteers needed

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — Cpl. Garrett Carnes makes his way through his Mooresville home, his hallway barely wide enough for his wheelchair. “I don’t fit in the hall bathroom, so what we’ve done is put a computer chair in here,” he explains, as he hops from his wheelchair to the smaller, rolling chair. “This is how I have to get around the bathroom.” With no handicap upgrades, basic tasks are difficult for Cpl. Carnes in his current home. The 26-year-old marine […]

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    Tall grass poses safety concerns for Randolph County family

    ARCHDALE, N.C. — Grass and weeds rise more than five feet high behind Benjamin and Sharlene Lawrence’s backyard in Archdale. They said no one has come to mow the private property behind theirs for at least a year and a half. “There used to be an elderly man that owned the property,” Benjamin Lawrence said. “He used to keep it cut down but lately — he hasn’t been out here.” Benjamin Lawrence took out his tape measure — his three […]

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    Burlington police seek additional officers to fight uptick in crime

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — With an uptick in violent crime, officers at the Burlington Police Department are stretched thin. Capt. Brett Taylor said officers are working overtime, some have had schedules shifted and the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office is providing deputies to help them out. In a letter to city council, Chief Jeffrey Smythe said “we lack the resources to adequately deal with these issues.” At Tuesday’s city council meeting, he will request that council approve his application for a federal grant […]

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    Gun sales spike amid gun control debate

    GRAHAM, N.C. — As the U.S. Senate votes on four proposed gun control amendments Monday, one local gun store owner says the anticipation of that vote is already impacting sales. “In the past week, we have seen an uptick in our sales,” said Robert Goins, owner of Acme Bullet Company in Graham. “It gets people who might otherwise have been thinking about a purchase — it gets them thinking — ‘If I don’t act now, I won’t be able to […]

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    Man breaks into Greensboro home, fires gunshots at officers

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – Greensboro police are searching for a man they said broke into a home early Friday morning and then fired shots at officers as he ran away. It happened around 2:20 a.m. on the 2200 block of Pisgah Church Road. Four people were inside the home — a mother, her two sons, and one of their friends. “That person could’ve shot and killed us,” said the mother, who did not wish to give her name. “It could’ve been […]


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