Sara Donchey anchors KPRC Channel 2 News at 4 p.m. and reports weekday afternoons.
Sara is a Southern California native, born and raised in the city of Diamond Bar in Los Angeles County. She joined KPRC 2 from KRIS-TV, the NBC affiliate in Corpus Christi, where she worked for two years as an anchor and reporter.
Sara has traveled all over to cover a variety of stories including the San Bernardino terror attack in California, the Houston Texans-Oakland Raiders matchup in Mexico City, a military helicopter crash in Hawaii that claimed the lives of 12 Marines, Superbowl 50 in San Francisco, the Dallas Police shooting, deadly flooding in Central Texas, and a one-on-one profile on MLB and Houston Astros star Carlos Correa in his hometown in Puerto Rico.
In addition to anchoring weekdays, Sara produces and writes KPRC2's "Women Making a Difference" series that airs Fridays at 4 p.m. The series has allowed her to share the stories of incredible Houston-area women who have done extraordinary things to change the lives of the people around them.
Prior to her time at KRIS, Sara worked at KPIX-TV, the CBS-owned and operated station in San Francisco, as a production assistant and writer.
Sara studied print and online journalism at San Francisco State University, where she worked as the online managing editor for the university's award-winning weekly publication, the Golden Gate Xpress. She also worked as the editorial cartoonist, and enjoys sketching and drawing in her free time. The publication and website won several awards under her leadership.
When she isn't working, Sara loves spending time with her Doberman Pinscher rescue, Hiwa. She also enjoys a competitive jeopardy match and double-doubles from In-N-Out Burger.
Sara is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.You can email Sara by clicking on the yellow envelope under her name up top. You can also connect with Sara on Facebook and Twitter.