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Sabrina Cupit

Radio News Anchor

Sabrina is WSB's midday news anchor, a position she's held since 2000. She also serves as the station's Health Reporter, and has produced award-winning series on Defiibrillators and Elderly Drivers. For the past 5 years, Sabrina has been the CDC correspondant for WSB and CBS Network.  You may also recognize Sabrina as one of the familiar Georgia Lottery hosts on WSB-TV. Sabrina joined Cox Radio in 1995, anchoring the news on the morning shows for B98.5-FM, WJZF Jazz Flavors, and WCNN. Around that same time, she served as an anchor for CNN Headline News and CNN Airport News. She's also a recognizable face in infomercials which air in markets including New York and California. Before entering the news business, Sabrina got her start in country music radio, at different times performing stints as morning show host and afternoon drive jock at WNGC in Athens; she also served as the station's Program Director. She spent several years with WDUN in Gainesville as a midday talk show host.

Latest from Sabrina Cupit

For the love of books: E-reader or the real thing?

Some say nothing compares to the feeling of cracking open a new book.  Book lovers like the feel of the texture of the page on their fingers, want to let their eyes dance over the font, smell the pages and even "dog-ear” it to mark their place.  With the invention of ...

An estimated seventy percent of middle and high school students who use tobacco in the United States say they use flavored products.

CDC says high percentage of teens use flavored tobacco products

Is Big Tobacco targeting your kids with fancy advertising and sweet flavors?  A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey suggests that is the case. An estimated seventy percent of middle and high school students who use tobacco in the United States say they use flavored products. Data from ...

A large buck had been snorting and stomping his feet while staring into the scrub when a doe ran into the clearing, and the buck gave chase. During rut season, bucks are on the lookout for does, which means deer move around a lot more—and into roads. 

How to avoid deer in peak breeding season

Fall is prime breeding season for deer across Georgia. Researchers from The University of Georgia have created a new county by county map to help drivers avoid encounters with deer. The research looked at breeding data and then compared it to deer-vehicle collisions across the state. According to the study, between ...

This file photo shows egg-producing chickens in a barn at the Heartland Quality Egg Farm in Logan County, Ohio. Earlier this year poultry flocks in Iowa and Minnesota were hit by HPAI, killing some 50 million birds. Photo by Jim Witmer / Dayton Daily News

GA poultry industry on high alert

State Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black says he's facing one of the biggest challenges in Georgia agriculture in a generation. He is sounding the alarm about a highly pathogenic Avian Influenza.   He says millions of birds will be migrating south and flying over Georgia, putting us at risk.  Earlier this ...


CDC wants vaccines up-to-date before flu season

With flu season right around the corner, there is a call for seniors to make sure they are up-to-date with their immunizations. There is particular concern about the very low vaccination rate for influenza among people age 60 and older.  Only one in three seniors get flu shots each year, ...

Study gives insight to heart age

How old is your heart? It may be older than you are, according to a new report from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Three out of four U.S. adults have a predicted heart age that is older than their actual age. This means you are at higher risk ...


Murder, suicide takes place in front of children

Homicide investigators in Gwinnett County are trying to piece together the events that led up to a murder/suicide in Lawrenceville early Friday morning.  Officers were called to a home located at 415 Laurelton Circle in response to a person shot.  When police arrived at the house they found a man ...

Thumbs up for parents when it comes to vaccines

Parents are doing a great job getting kindergartners vaccinated. A report in this week's Morbidity and Mortality Report from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds national vaccination rates are high. Across the nation exemption levels remain low at a median level of 1.7 percent. However, levels ranged from ...


Cheap airfare may have a catch

Delta Airlines is accused of using an underhanded tactic to get passengers to "upgrade" their tickets. One nonprofit passenger group compares the tactic to a car dealer who pressures a car buyer into paying for numerous upgrades to a basic car model. The airline gets your attention with low fares, ...

An overweight child reads her part in a humorous skit held during the Shapedown program for overweight adolescents and children on November 20, 2010 in Aurora, Colorado.  (Getty File Photo)

Childhood obesity: U.S. vs. Canada

When the prevalence of childhood obesity is examined in Canada and the United States, the U.S. outweighs Canada, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. In the late 1970's the prevalence of obesity was the same in both countries, and there has been an increase in both countries, but ...



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