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.

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    “They were trying to hurt me,” Homeless man talks about being attacked by two men in Cleveland County

    CLEVELAND COUNTY, Okla. – Michael McAuley said he doesn’t really consider himself homeless. “Just houseless. I mean, I got a home. It’s just not a typical home,” McAuley said. McAuley said he’d been in the same camping spot in a wooded area of rural Cleveland County for about eight months with no complaints. But, early Saturday morning, two men slashed his tent and tarps – and attacked him with metal pipes. “They shredded my tent. I mean, they took razors and […]

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    Oklahoma women traveling for Women’s March on Washington

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Thousands of women are expected to converge on Washington D.C. just one day after Donald Trump’s inauguration. It’s a grassroots effort started by women who want to send a message to the incoming administration. “There’s a very good chance that if somebody else had been elected that this march wouldn’t be happening,” said Kitty Devany Vitale. Devany Vitale is making the two-day trip to Washington D.C. from Oklahoma on a charter bus. While organizers are being very […]

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    Vaping wholesaler employee charged with embezzlement

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A vaping wholesaler employee has been charged with embezzlement. Jody Hatfield, 26, has been charged with more than a dozen counts of embezzlement. Hatfield was an employee of Perfect Vape on South Agnew, a wholesale distributor of vaping supplies. According to court documents, he was boxing up those supplies and shipping them to accomplices throughout the metro area. For just the month of December, the total embezzled came to more than $100,000.

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    Accused drunk driver appears in court

    OKLAHOMA – A metro man accused of driving drunk in a crash that killed a mother of two faced a judge Thursday. The victim, Mandy Starkey-Carson, was killed New Year’s Eve while driving with her two daughters and a family friend along the Kilpatrick Turnpike. Craig Maker is now facing four charges, including second-degree murder. Maker appeared before a Canadian County judge Thursday afternoon for his arraignment. He told the judge he understood the charges against him and he did […]

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    Family says accused drunk driver is getting special treatment

    MOORE, Okla. – Renee Garcia was just four days shy of her 18th birthday when her mom, Starla Garcia, was killed in a drunk driving accident. Starla was headed northbound on I-35 in Moore March 14, 2015. Conner Ottis was driving southbound in the northbound lanes and hit Starla head on. “I never met Conner my whole life, and he changed it completely,” Renee said. Starla lived in San Antonio but had just arrived in Oklahoma that same day to […]

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    One dead, one injured in Shawnee casino shooting

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Officials continue to investigate what led up to a deadly shooting at the Grand Casino just outside Shawnee. It happened at 6:49 Tuesday morning. Early reports indicated it was possibly a murder/attempted suicide. Officials would not confirm that but identified the shooter as Justin Wells, 28. Wells had to be flown by helicopter to a metro hospital. Radio traffic from medics indicated they were transporting a male with a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head. “It’s […]

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    The Village city council discusses new parking ordinances

    THE VILLAGE, Okla. – Mark Bishop parks his bucket truck in his Village driveway. He uses it for his tree trimming business. He was alarmed to hear the city council was discussing potential changes to ordinances regarding parking boats, RVs, trailers and large trucks in driveways. “Mainly, it affects the working man, you know, and we’re a blue collar town,” Bishop said. “I’m not the only person who has a one ton or larger truck. There are other people. There’s […]

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    Taco Bell employees help deputy take down suspect

    CHICKASHA, Okla. -Grady County Deputy Jim Peek had no idea the fight that was coming when he pulled over a vehicle into the Chickasha Taco Bell parking lot. He made the traffic stop because the license plate was unreadable, covered with mud. Peek spoke with the driver and passenger and then noticed a man in the back seat. “He was fidgeting around so I asked him to step out and when he stepped out that’s when everything went off,” said […]

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    Ada parents behind bars after failing to seek treatment for burned baby

    ADA, Okla. – Patric Eddy, 25, and Candace Matthews, 26, are behind bars at the Pontotoc County Justice Center on $250,000 each, accused of child neglect. Their 16-day-old baby girl, Mia’Kota Eddy, was severely burned while being bathed by a 16-year-old cousin on December 27. According to court documents, the teen “stated the infant was in the sink under the running water and she said she turned off what she thought was the hot water however she accidentally turned off […]

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    $20,000 reward being offered for arrest related to murders of mother, son

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Ruthi Mason said she can’t figure out why anyone would want to hurt her daughter and grandson. “There’s absolutely nothing that she would have done aside just existing that somebody would want to kill her,” Ruthi said. Julie Mason, 41, and her son, Keagon Bruce, 8, were pulled from their burning home on N.W. 80th near Western in the early morning hours of December 17. Julie was already dead, and Bruce was pronounced dead at the hospital. […]

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    Friends rally for change after DUI accident kills Yukon mom

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Countless lives were forever changed after the fatal New Year’s Eve crash on the Kilpatrick turnpike near Wilshire. Two little girls survived. Their mother did not. A close family friend, an exchange student from Vietnam back visiting, is now fighting for her life. “I’m still in shock, you know. It just takes the breath away from you,” said Tiffany Jacques-Brown. Mandy Starkey-Carson, 37, was killed in the crash. Her friends and family are fighting through the pain, […]