Sabina Kuriakose is an Emmy-nominated investigative and breaking news journalist. She started her career as a bureau reporter for ABC News on Campus. Sabina first fell in love with Connecticut eight years ago as an investigative reporter based in Hartford. Her data-driven investigations uncovered fraud, tracked government spending, resolved consumer complaints and revealed safety problems with some of the nation’s most well-known manufacturers. In 2012, she contributed to Peabody-award winning coverage of the Sandy Hook school shooting. Before joining News 8, Sabina returned to her hometown of Philadelphia as a general assignment reporter. She consistently broke national news stories and covered everything from crime and major disasters to a papal visit, the Super Bowl, and Bill Cosby’s two trials on sexual assault charges.
Sabina is an avid outdoorsman and can’t wait to continue exploring Connecticut’s stunning natural resources by way of hiking, biking and kayaking.
She believes in the mission of journalism to hold public officials accountable and speak truth to those in power. If you have a story you want to share with Sabina, send her a message on Twitter @SabinaKuriakose.