Sarah Winkelmann

MMJ

Savannah, Ga.

Sarah Winkelmann joined the WTOC team in April 2021 after transferring from their sister station, WEAU 13 News in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Sarah grew up in Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a B.A. in Journalism. She got her start in TV news as a Multimedia Journalist for Lakeland News in Brainerd, Minnesota.

Later, Sarah started working for WEAU 13 News in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. While there, she was the reporter on an Emmy award winning morning team. She was also awarded best live on-scene reporting and best spot news from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association.

In addition to news, Sarah has a big interest in dance. At UW-Whitewater she was on the dance team and graduated with a minor in dance. Recently, she was the head dance coach at Altoona High School in Wisconsin.

When she is not thinking of new story ideas or choreographing dances, Sarah enjoys spending time with her dog, Cooper. She also enjoys watching sports and cheering for the Green Bay Packers.

Sarah is excited to be in Savannah and share stories that impact the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry. If you have any story ideas, want to say hi or even if you have some great food recommendations, please email her at sarah.winkelmann@wtoc.com.


Recent Articles by Sarah

Public input sought for Coastal Ga. regional plan

  Agents advise purchasing flood insurance now ahead of start to hurricane season

  Savannah, other airports seeing big increase in travelers

  Highlighting the need for foster parents during Foster Care Month

  College graduations kick off this weekend with in-person ceremonies

New voting law impacts on Savannah’s film industry

  Savannah hosting Men’s, Women’s NAIA National Lacrosse Championships

  Keeping kids safe until they can be vaccinated

City gives Broughton Streetscapes construction update

  Effingham County working to build a more diverse workforce

  Construction begins on Hwy 17 at the Ga., S.C. line

  One month into vaccine expanded eligibility for Georgians: 22% fully vaccinated in Chatham Co.

SCCDI hosting virtual meeting to discuss issues students with disabilities face with online learning

  Increase in flight options adds to Savannah’s tourism

  Earth Day programs, projects for children being offered throughout April

CCPD Marine Patrol offering free boating safety classes

  City of Savannah partners with company to offer sewer, water line protection

  Free tax help being offered in Savannah, Effingham

  Pandemic taking a toll on college students

Savannah Police see increase in thefts from vehicles

  Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist starts renovation project