Before her arrival in San Antonio, she labored at FOX40 in Sacramento, California where she worked as a breaking news and morning reporter. Additionally, she also reported various stories such as flooding, forest fires, and snow.
Sarah Acosta Age
Sarah Acosta was born on Apr 18 in South Texas, in the United States of America. Nevertheless, she has not disclosed her year of birth. We will update this once the details about her age are available.
Sarah Acosta Height
Acosta is a woman of above-average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.7 meters).
Sarah Acosta Family
Her family lives in Corpus Christi. Nevertheless, she has managed to keep information about her parents and siblings away from media attention. Therefore it is not known if she has siblings or not. We will update this once we have clear details about her family.
Sarah Acosta Husband
Acosta has not disclosed any details regarding her husband. Thus it is not known whether she is actually married, dating, or single. Nevertheless, we will update this as soon as we have reliable information.
Sarah Acosta Education
Acosta studied at King high school where she spent most of her high school life as an athlete, competing in tennis, cross country, and track. She developed a passion for journalism as the yearbook’s editor-in-chief.
Sarah Acosta Salary
She receives an annual salary of $72,507. This is according to KSAT12 News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Sarah Acosta’s Net Worth
Acosta has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Sarah Acosta Career
Acosta began laboring for the KSAT12 News team in Apr 2018 working as a morning reporter for Good Morning San Antonio. Prior to arriving in San Antonio, she worked as a breaking news and morning reporter for FOX40 in Sacramento, California where she reported different stories including forest fires, snow, and flooding. Acosta is delighted to be back in South Texas in San Antonio since she is closer to her family who lives in Corpus Christi.
She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Convergence Journalism in 2010 from the University of Southern Methodist in Dallas. Acosta thereafter started her career at the Corpus Christi Caller-Times working as a newspaper reporter. While there, she made her own position and brand for a niche on local happenings and also reported local and entertainment news on a multimedia platform.
She started serving as a morning reporter for KIII-3News in 2013 until 2016 when she went to Sacramento as a morning reporter. Acosta spent most of her high school as an athlete, in cross country, competing in tennis and also track. Her passion for journalism grew as the yearbook’s editor-in-chief. After high school in 2006, she played tennis on the SMU Women’s Tennis team. While at college, she was also part of the Chi-Omega sorority.