Sabrina Hall is a reporter at News Channel 3.
She joined the news team in April 2012 and comes from Madison, WI, where she was a weekday anchor and reporter at WKOW, the ABC affiliate.
There she covered both consumer and general assignment beats and served as main anchor for one of Wisconsin’s historic recall elections in 2011.
Prior to that, Sabrina served three years in Corpus Christi, TX, as a reporter and weekend anchor.
She created several popular morning show segments, including “Fit over 40” and “K9 Coach”.
She also got to have fun at popular restaurants and businesses around town as a feature reporter.
Sabrina got her start in television news as a reporter in her hometown of Honolulu, HI.
Sabrina was hired as a crime and general assignment reporter for KGMB9, where she did some of her most memorable work. This work included traveling to Arizona to report on Hawaiian inmates shipped there to serve prison time; her report earned her an Emmy nomination.
Before getting into TV, Sabrina worked as a media liaison for the House minority caucus of the Hawaii State Legislature.
She has a degree in both broadcast journalism and criminology from the University of Maryland.