Sarah Verser

Sarah Verser


Birmingham, Ala.

Sarah Verser anchors The Four on WBRC from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. each week day.

Formerly, she was part of the Good Day Alabama team for 16 years greeting you every morning.

In addition, Sarah is an award winning education reporter. Her segments, What's Right With Our Schools and At Your School, have earned her honors including the Alabama Broadcasters Association's Best in Broadcasting and the Associated Press' Best Specialized Reporter Awards.

Other honors include awards from the Birmingham Association of Black Journalists, the Birmingham City Council, The Literacy Council of Alabama and the State Board of Education. She was also awarded a distinguished spot on the Alabama Association of School Boards' Statewide Education Media Honor Roll and the Bill Miller Friend of Education Award for Outstanding Contributions to Education from the Alabama Association of Elementary School Administrators.

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

Sarah is among the Hurricane Class of graduates of Leadership Birmingham. You’ll find Sarah on stage assisting in the Birmingham Komen Race for the Cure. She's also a children's book author.

She 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 came south and found not just a great career, but an outstanding church home and married the love of her life. She now enjoys a new adventure as a wife and mother.

Recent Articles by Sarah

  Father, son allege sexual misconduct at a Walker County high school

  ‘The toughest year of my life’: A family devastated by COVID-19

  Widow remembers her greatest loss

  Conversations: The pandemic’s toll on women of color

  Santa letters: A look at how the pandemic is impacting children and families

  Girl Scout earns Gold Award with The Four Little Girls Patch Program

  12-year-old student’s quick actions help save man in Walker County

  More than 300 Birmingham school children have not logged on for the 2020-2021 school year

eLearning camp at Levite Jewish Community Center

  Tarrant City Schools get Chromebooks just in time

  Wenonah High School’s Hospitality and Tourism Academy wins prestigious award

  Conversations in Black and White: Integrating Sunday Morning

  Alabama school systems getting additional training for remote learning

  Back to school during a pandemic: Focusing on children’s mental health

Cleaning wipes selling out at area Target

  Bicentennial Black History Month book unveiled

  Spiderman at East Elementary School in Cullman

  2 Birmingham schools will receive $1.8 million in technology

  Hoover Bio Bucs competing at Lexus Eco Challenge

  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