Sarah Bleau joined FOX 13 News in April 2012 as a reporter, bringing along her passion for journalism.
She is most known for her Children's Hospital Heroes series, highlighting the inspiring stories of patients, parents, doctors and other staff members at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital. Through these stories, she was inspired herself to become a volunteer at Le Bonheur, helping the families and patients on the Neuroscience floor.
It's not Sarah's first time in the FOX 13 newsroom: After graduating from the University of Memphis in May 2010 she became a production assistant at the station. She worked various production jobs as well as also wrote web stories and special segments for Good Morning Memphis.
After a few months of being a production assistant, Sarah became a reporter and fill-in anchor at WFXL FOX 31 News, which serves the Southwest Georgia region. It was there she broke news about the Federal Trade Commission investigating a local hospital buyout.
Sarah interned at WEIU-TV NewsWatch in central Illinois during her college years; it's where she received her first live television experiences as a reporter/anchor for their live weeknight newscasts.
Originally from Ohio, Sarah attended Kent State University for a year before moving with her family to Memphis, Tennessee. She finished up college at the University of Memphis, graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Follow along with the stories Sarah covers and leave your story ideas for her on Twitter at @sarahbleauFOX13 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SarahBleauFOX13Memphis.