Sarah Hurwitz Biography | Wiki
Sarah Hurwitz is an American broadcast journalist, anchor, and reporter currently serving as a reporter at KPTV FOX 12, Portland, Oregon. Prior to joining KPTV, Sarah most recently worked reporting in Grand Rapids, Michigan where she was titled “Best News Reporter” by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
Sarah Hurwitz Age | Birthday
Hurwitz was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, USA. However, there is currently no information available as to when she was born and celebrates her birthday. Once confirmed officially, her information will be updated.
Sarah Hurwitz Education
Hurwitz attended Gresham High School. She then attended and graduated from Syracuse University: S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism.
Sarah Hurwitz Height | Measurements
Hurwitz stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 m).
Sarah Hurwitz Parents | Siblings
Hurwitz was born and raised in the Oregon city of Portland. However, information about her parents and siblings is not yet available. It will be updated as soon as possible.
Sarah Hurwitz Husband
When it comes to matters affecting her personal life, Sarah is private. In the limelight, she has not yet updated her own personal life. When she does so, her details will be updated as soon as possible.
Sarah Hurwitz Net Worth
Hurwitz has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million. Serving as a journalist is primarily her main source of income
Sarah Hurwitz Salary
Hurwitz earns an average salary of $74,542 per year as a reporter at KPTV FOX 12, Oregon.
Sarah Hurwitz KPTV FOX 12, Oregon
Hurwitz is an Emmy-nominated journalist who in her old neighborhood, has a movement bug but is eager to report back. She cherishes Portland’s beat, the dynamic way of life, the state’s usual magnificence, and the particular culture that makes it all odd.
She went through reporting for a long time in the nation’s urban areas, meeting nearly every climate atmosphere and learning social subtleties in every locale. Sarah most recently spent resources reporting in Grand Rapids, Michigan before coming to KPTV, where she was awarded “Best News Reporter” by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for her informative reporting on an African-American man who passed on in the rear of a Kalamazoo Public Safety cruiser and how the carelessness of officials could have led to his demise. In addition, the equivalent honor was for her piece exposing a youthful vigilante who acted online as a minor high schooler to bait potential sexual stalkers, faced them face to face at that point, and reported his confrontations. In West Michigan, those video confrontations led to a few captures.
She was one of the principal reporters on the scene of the Umpqua Community College shooting in her previous reporting in Eugene, Oregon, providing one end to the other live news. Using hotspots for tips, in the weeks paving the way to a notable abdication of Oregon’s lead representative, she covered everything from the political pressure, covered numerous breaking news circumstances including the gigantic fire that pulverized notable Civic Stadium, a plant fire that left hundreds without occupations and a month-long preliminary specifying his father’s murder of a child.