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Sarah Stewart joined Oklahoma’s NewsChannel 4 as a general assignment reporter in July of 1999. Before joining KFOR, Sarah worked as a crime reporter and weekend anchor at KFDA-TV in Amarillo, TX. Sarah graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a BA in Journalism.

Sarah anchored the morning show on NewsChannel 4 from 2004 to 2006, before deciding to stay home full time with her children.

In 2010, Sarah came back as a freelance reporter for KFOR. She decided to resume full time in June of 2015 and is thrilled to be back in a profession she loves.

Sarah has been honored for her work at Newschannel 4 by the Associated Press Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. She takes great pride in telling the stories of fellow Oklahomans.

Sarah and her husband live in Oklahoma City with their three children. They attend Crossings Community Church.

Recent Articles
  • Old greenhouses, metal buildings go up in flames in northeast Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Clay Morris had just left McBride Orthopedics when he saw the black smoke billowing in the sky. He drove toward the smoke and found an old metal building engulfed in flames and realized he was the first person on scene. He took video on his cellphone as he ran around the building trying to see if anyone was inside. “Hey! Anybody in here?” you can hear Morris calling. Morris had to back out because of the thick […]

  • Gubernatorial candidate says he’s received death threats over social media comments he didn’t make

    OKLAHOMA – Chris Barnett is a small business owner in Tulsa. He’s running for governor of Oklahoma and it’s his first time running for political office. “We knew politics could get nasty. We never imagined it would go to this extent,” said Barnett. Barnett says someone else is posing as him on his Facebook page – Chrisforgov. A May 14 post says “As the next mayor of Oklahoma, I’m going to enact a mandatory nationwide lottery that euthanizes 1 out […]

  • Oklahoma woman takes flight in World War II bomber to honor late father

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It was a very special day for an Oklahoma woman as she got to take the flight of a lifetime. Seeing the B-17 on the runway of Wiley Post Airport is like taking a step back in time. It’s one of only 10 B-17s that can still fly and is now used as an educational tool. “You don’t realize the impact it has on people until you come out and experience it. You know, so many people […]

  • Police release body camera footage of vicious pit bull attack that critically injured woman

    WARNING: The content in this video is graphic and may be disturbing to some viewers.  OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police have released the body camera footage from one of the officers who responded to the pit bull attack Saturday night in northeast Oklahoma City. 54-year-old Terri Cosby was walking in the 700 block of N.E. 29th when she was attacked by four pit bulls. The body camera footage shows one of the officers running to the scene. “Where’s she […]

  • Dog attack victim continues to fight for her life

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Terri Cosby continues to fight for her life in the intensive care unit at OU Medical Center. The 54-year-old grandmother was mauled by four pit bulls while walking Saturday night in her northeast Oklahoma City neighborhood. Her family is clinging to hope and faith during this time. “That’s what we’re relying on is for God to work a miracle in this situation,” said Cosby’s mother, Earnestine Grayson. “And, I believe he will.” Cosby’s right arm had to […]

  • Metro woman mauled by 4 pit bulls

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A frantic 911 call came in around 9:30 Saturday night from the 700 block of N.E. 29th Street. “Ma’am, we need police over here. What’s the address? Quickly!” the calling party told dispatch. “There’s four big *** pit bulls killing this girl. They’re killing this woman, and we’re trying to get them off her.” Neighbors were frantic as they watched the horrific scene unfold on their street. “Eating the hell out of her. They had her just […]

  • Moore school district plans to bus kids to safety this severe weather season

    MOORE, Okla. – Erin Guth spent Wednesday morning preparing for possible severe weather. “I was getting my storm shelter cleared from, you know, so we have easy access and preparing, getting our documents and blankets and everything ready for the shelter and get them in there,” Guth said. She said her daughter’s school, Briarwood Elementary in Moore, is also ready. “They have storm shelters in every other classroom,” Guth said. “It’s just what they’ve been able to do with the […]

  • Norman couple relives history of sundown towns in Oklahoma

    NORMAN, Okla. – They were known as ‘sundown towns’ –  all white towns where black Americans were not welcome after the sun went down. “We had several sunset towns where there might be a sign posted coming into town. All people of colors should be out of town before sundown,” said George Henderson, a Norman resident. The civil war had been fought. Slavery had been abolished. But the laws didn’t change the hearts and minds of Americans ingrained with a […]

  • Group files petition to repeal historic tax package

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The co-founders of Oklahoma Taxpayers Unite walked into the Secretary of State’s office at the capitol Tuesday afternoon to calls from some angry teachers. “We’re going to fight you every step of the way,” said Troy Buller, a Ponca City teacher. “Just saying.” “You’re not really opposing just the taxes; you’re actually opposing the money,” said Bartlesville teacher, Theresa Miller. “You can’t do one without the other.” “We are, and we believe very much that teachers need a […]

  • Gary Richardson political ad stirs controversy

    Gary Richardson’s latest political ad airing on television stations is stirring up controversy. Richardson is a Republican candidate for governor in Oklahoma and has pledged to take up the issue of illegal immigration in our state. The TV ad features the story of beloved former KFOR sportscaster Bob Barry Junior, who was killed in a car accident caused by an illegal immigrant. “On June 20, 2015, an illegal immigrant kicked out of the country three times killed beloved sportscaster Bob […]

  • Edmond counselor warning others after almost falling for jury duty scam

    EDMOND, Okla. – Dr. Lori Crowson is a licensed counselor in Edmond. Last week, she received a very strange voicemail from someone identifying himself as a Cleveland County deputy. “I’ve been trying to reach you for the past few days,” the caller said. “If you can, make contact with us as soon as possible concerning an ongoing civil matter.” Crowson immediately returned the call. “He told me that, right off the bat, he said ‘We have a warrant out for […]