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Contact: Sarah.Krueger@wghp.com

Sarah joined the Fox 8 News team in June 2014. She's a general assignment reporter who also shoots, writes and edits her own stories.

She comes to the Triad after two years living in New York City and reporting for the cable news channel there, News 12 The Bronx.

Sarah is originally from New Braunfels, Texas, although she spent much of her childhood living in Africa and England. Living overseas and seeing the positive impact journalism can have is what inspired her to choose TV news as a career.

Sarah is thrilled to be in North Carolina and feels right at home -- she graduated cum laude from Duke University in 2012, with a double major in Spanish and International Studies.

When she's not working, Sarah loves to cook vegetarian meals (she's been meat-free since age four), enjoy NC's beautiful mountains and beaches, and plan her wedding to a Greensboro native -- coming up in May 2015! She also volunteers as an alumni interviewer for her alma mater.

She's excited to be back in the south and add one more Duke fan to the Triad. If you see her out and about, please stop and say hello!


Recent Articles
  • Business booms for Replacements, Ltd.

    MCLEANSVILLE, N.C. — With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, some are starting to think about Thanksgiving meal. And with that — what to serve it on? For that reason, it’s the busiest time of the year for Replacements, Ltd. in McLeansville. The company’s Senior Vice President, Jack Whitley, says in November and December, Replacements, Ltd. does a third of its yearly business. “It’s china, crystal, glassware, sterling silver, stainless, collectible figurines,” he says, that encourage shoppers to visit this […]

  • Standing out in your college application

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — College application season has arrived and for many institutions, the early decision or early action applications are due within the next week and regular decision applications are due in early January. Nationwide, the number of applicants to colleges and universities is growing. At High Point University, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment Joe Cristy says they are getting hundreds of applications every single day. “I’ve had students that have started their own businesses,” he said. “We’ve had Olympians. […]

  • Local former prisoner hopes to make career as artist

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Sometimes it takes an unlikely place or circumstance to lead you to your passion. Kevin King discovered his love for painting while serving 10 years in prison. “I taught myself to paint over that period of time,” he said. “It was my therapy.” Prior to incarceration, King says he was a salesman, selling cars, houses and anything else he could. “My mom always told me when I was little, ‘Boy, you ain’t never met a stranger,’” he […]

  • Triad stores hiring seasonal workers

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — If you’re looking for work in the Piedmont, now is a good time to apply for jobs. Retail stores all across the Triad are hiring hundreds of seasonal workers. Toys R Us says it plans to hire 130 people throughout its area stores. Belk plans to hire 50 for the Friendly Shopping Center location and Kohl’s says it’ll hire 50 workers at each of its six locations in the area. Even local businesses, like Toys & Co. […]

  • Brenda’s costume store closing to fund church

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — After 31 years in business, Brenda’s Costumes in Greensboro is closing its doors. Brenda and Toby Johnson, the owners, say business is great. But the Lord has called them to do something else. “I’m willing to give up those 31 years,” Brenda said, “because my future is gonna be better than what my past was.” Several years ago, the Johnsons started a church for refugees in the Piedmont called Word Seekers International Church. The proceeds from selling […]

  • Lexington hires public relations firm to increase tourism

    LEXINGTON, NC — It’s no secret that Lexington is known for its barbecue, especially its barbecue festival. Hundreds of thousands of people visit Lexington during the festival weekend, and the city is hoping to expand that popularity to other weekends, too. Last night, the city council approved the hiring of Lou Hammond and Associates, a public relations firm based in New York City. Assistant City Manager Terra Greene says the city has signed a year-long, $35,000 contract with the firm. […]

  • Winston-Salem music academy gives kids a place to play

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — As arts programs across North Carolina and the nation face budget cuts, a music academy in Winston-Salem is making sure kids still have a place to play. Since 2003, The Salvation Army of Winston-Salem has run an Academy of Music and Arts. Throughout the year, any student ages 8 to 18 can register for the classes, where they’ll learn brass instruments and percussion from professionals. Major James Allison, area commander for the Winston-Salem Salvation Army, says the […]

  • Home Depot volunteers renovate home for veterans

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — A team of Home Depot volunteers from across the Piedmont hopes to show High Point veterans that they’re not forgotten. Twenty Home Depot employees from Burlington, High Point, Winston-Salem and Greensboro stores are working to renovate the grounds of a non-profit veterans home in High Point called Vet Safety Net. William Saunders, assistant store manager at High Point’s Home Depot, said it’s a cause near to his heart, as his dad is a veteran, “It means a […]

  • National conference to reduce juvenile crime comes to Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — For the first time ever, the National Symposium on Juvenile Services is meeting in Greensboro. The conference, being held this week, invites juvenile service providers from all over the country to learn and share ideas about their line of work. In North Carolina, the number of juveniles who committed crimes has decreased 20 percent over the last four years, according to William Lassiter, the deputy commissioner of juvenile justice for North Carolina’s Department of Public Safety. “We […]

  • Kernersville restaurant issues apology after kicking out veteran with service dog

    KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — Mickey’s Cafe in Kernersville will donate at least a couple thousand dollars to Patriot Rovers of High Point to demonstrate its support for service dogs and the veterans who need them. The restaurant’s owner, Wendy Smith, has faced criticism after kicking a veteran and his service dog out of her restaurant Friday. “I would like to formally apologize for my ignorance,” Smith said. “I should’ve been well-educated on this situation and I was not.” Smith says she […]

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    Garth Brooks adds more shows, making 5 total in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — GREENSBORO, N.C. — Country music star Garth Brooks was scheduled two play two concerts at the Greensboro Coliseum in mid-November. But when tickets went on sale today, the enthusiastic response led Brooks to add three more shows to his Greensboro lineup. Coliseum Deputy Director Scott Johnson said that playing five nights in a row is a rarity anywhere in the country. “It’s a big deal,” he said. “There are not a lot of artists who could sell […]

  • Volunteers clear trail in Guilford Co.

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — The Company Mill property, owned by Guilford County, will now have a three-mile hiking trail, thanks to a group of eight volunteers. Last year, the Guilford County Parks Department applied for a grant to have AmeriCorps members clear a trail through the land, which is adjacent to Hagan Stone Park. AmeriCorps is a national program through which young adults perform service work, free of charge, for various cities and charities throughout a 10-month term. The grant […]

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