Sarah Verser

Sarah Verser


Birmingham, Ala.

Sarah Verser anchors The Four each weekday. She also reports from the First Alert Desk 5 pm - 6:30 pm.

Sarah is an award winning education reporter. Her segments What's Right with our Schools and At Your School (airing Tuesdays and Thursdays during the 5 p.m. newscast) have been recognized by the Birmingham City Council, The Literacy Council of Alabama and the State Board of Education. She was awarded a spot on the Alabama Association of School Boards' Statewide Education Media Honor Roll and awarded as Best Specialized Reporter by the Associated Press.

What's Right with our Schools highlights the numerous accomplishments of students and teachers that seldom get the spotlight otherwise.

Sarah Verser began her career reporting for WKBW-TV, Channel 7 Eyewitness News in Buffalo, New York. While there, she also reported for the weekly Public Affairs show "Buffalo Beat." She moved south and began working with WBRC FOX6 News as a general assignment reporter in 1989.

Sarah is also deeply committed to area schools. She is an active participant in what was formerly the WBRC School Clean-up project, now WBRC Helping schools. She enjoys inspiring young people.

Sarah is active in her church, loves a good workout, and loves gospel music.

Recent Articles by Sarah

  Pell City High School student starts ‘prayer locker’

Wenonah High’s Student Life Center helping break down barriers to student success

  Thorsby FFA students place fourth at national competition

  Jemison Intermediate rewards students with outdoor STEM classroom

  Students raising thousands for a Jasper janitor

  Building connections between students and the Leeds community

Correctional officer arrested for contraband

  Helping Families is making a difference in chronic absenteeism in schools

  The Promise - Part 1

  The Promise - Part 2

  The Promise - Part 3

  Fultondale teachers take school bus tour to welcome students back

  Dr. George French preparing to say goodbye after 23 years at Miles College

  Youth mental health first aid training at Homewood City Schools

Renovations at Homewood High School finished in time for back-to-school

  The power of pre-K

  Group of dads hope to make repairs at Oak Mountain Middle baseball field

  Mental health discussion at Jefferson County Schools summer camp

  Samford Grad stars in Toy Story 4

  Math games to help prevent ‘brain drain’

  College Calendar: Alabama Possible will help with filling out your FAFSA

What’s Right With Our Schools: ‘Good To Be Alive’ JeffCo students’ music video

  What’s Right: Sumiton Middle American Sign Language club

  Revisiting the original class of BMEN 11 years later

  What’s Right with Our Schools: Gardendale sister follows brother to West Point

  BE STRONG offers new way of thinking to combat bullying

  Is there a direct link between bullying and suicide?

  ‘I miss my baby,’ AL father on the pain of losing young daughter to suicide

  Shelby Cares program aims to educate students on how to help peers in crisis

  ‘Tiny Be Mighty’ founder determined to change bullying culture