Sarah joined the WTHI news team in June 2018.
Sarah joined the WTHI news team in June 2018. She is a born and raised Hoosier growing up in a small town called Sunman, Indiana and she can’t wait to make the Wabash Valley her new home.
Sarah graduated from Ball State University where she double majored in News Journalism and Telecommunications.
During her time at Ball State she anchored, reported and produced for the school’s TV station, NewsLink Indiana. She also interned at Local 12 news WKRC in Cincinnati, Ohio.
When she’s not reporting the news for you, you’ll probably find her trying out different coffee shops and cafes, hanging out with friends and family, and she’s never pet a dog she didn’t like.
Sarah would love to hear from you. You can email her at Sarah.Lehman@wthitv.com with your story ideas, tips or just to say hi!
Esports is becoming more popular around the country. High Schools right here in the Wabash Valley are looking at starting teams of their own.
School may be out for the summer, but administrations are still working hard all across the Wabash Valley.
About 400 people in Terre Haute are homeless or days away from becoming homeless and it's becoming a safety concern. Local leaders are now looking at ways they can help.
Lawmakers in Illinois are cracking down on distracted driving and other driving violations. They hope it will put an end to some of these.
Vigo County Schools are trying to get help from the community and Superintendent Rob Haworth is trying to be as transparent as possible.
Across the state, we've seen an increase in people, and kids who are vaping more and more. The Hamilton Center of Terre Haute is trying to help.
The City Council approved some new expansions to a company in Terre Haute that would bring more jobs to the area.
A rally took place Wednesday in Terre Haute to let everyone in the city, county, Wabash Valley and beyond know they are all welcome.
The potential for two referendums on Vigo County ballots has some County council people worried.
One mom and her baby in the Wabash Valley are having to uproot and move to Cincinnati, Ohio to help fight a rare genetic disorder.