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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, Bryan, live in Oklahoma City with their three young children. They attend Crossings Community Church.

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    Fire department sounds alarm about dangerous rope swing on Canadian River

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Two different women have been injured falling from a rope swing along the North Canadian River in the last month. And now fire department officials are warning people about the dangers. The rope hangs high from a tree near the Hiwassee bridge over the river between 122nd and Memorial. Both women were injured after they fell from the rope before getting over the water. They fell to the rocks below. The first woman was injured in late […]

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    Inspector: 43 of 85 units at Oklahoma City retirement community infested with bed bugs

    OKLAHOMA CITY – We’ve been following the problems at the Wesley Village Retirement Community for several weeks now. Residents have been complaining of numerous problems, including trash not being picked up and a severe bed bug infestation of the building on N.W. 12, near downtown Oklahoma City. It is government subsidized housing for disabled or retired people. After doing some checking, NewsChannel 4 learned out-of-state investors own the property. But a local non-profit, Neighborhood Housing Services, is a partner as well; a […]

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    Crescent earthquakes damage schools and a grocery store

    CRESCENT, Okla. — The three large earthquakes that rocked Crescent on Monday left behind quite a bit of damage. Video from inside the Hometown Foods shows the moment the quake hit, and you can see cans of food go tumbling down and boxes rocking back and forth on the shelves. It also shows employees caught off guard, grabbing onto each other for support. “They were going back and forth this way, and cans were falling everywhere,” said Lois Gillett. Gillett […]

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    Ecotech ‘home of the future’ for sale in Edmond

    EDMOND, Okla. — From the outside of the spacious home in the Rose Creek housing addition, you can’t necessarily tell that it’s been dubbed “the home of the future.” But the plaque by the front door tells you it’s special. It’s the most efficient green home in Oklahoma that is Gold LEED certified. LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. The gold certification is the second […]

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    Frontier City changes prosthetic policy

    OKLAHOMA CITY — After KFOR did a story about a little girl who was denied access to the water slides at Frontier City because of her prosthetic leg, Frontier City officials have changed the policy. We first met 8-year-old, Averie Mitchell, last week. She was showing us her gymnastics skills, cartwheels, and front walk overs… all with a prosthetic leg. The family had been devastated the weekend before, as Averie was getting ready to go down a water slide at […]

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    “Somebody is treating us like we’re humans,” Help is on the way for center infested with bed bugs

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The problems at the Wesley Village have been well documented. NewsChannel 4 was given pictures of trash overflowing from the dumpsters and a bed bug crawling on a resident. The complex, located in the 300 block of N.W. 12th St., is government subsidized so the people who live there are all either elderly or disabled. Residents say the problems are nothing new and that the building’s management has done nothing to fix them.  On Thursday, there was a glimmer […]

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    Girl with prosthetic leg denied access to water slides at Frontier City

    OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma family says they were discriminated against at Frontier City because of their daughter’s prosthetic leg. Averie Mitchell, 8, was born with a condition that caused her right leg to have to be amputated below the knee. But she doesn’t let her prosthetic leg slow her down one bit; she’s on a competitive gymnastics team. “I can do a cartwheel on the balance beam.  Right now I’m working on back walk overs,” Averie said. She does everything […]

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    Norman woman says her daughter dated murder suspect

    NORMAN, Okla. — Myllia Shea says her daughter, Nicole, started dating Travis Beadle in early June. They broke up on the 4th of July and a few weeks later, Shea learned that Beadle had been arrested for the murder of his ex-fiancee, Ellaina Pechacek. “It was all a shock, a shock,” said Shea.  “I can sense and pick up normally stuff, but he hid it rather well.” Shea says her daughter was understandably upset when she heard about Beadle’s arrest. […]

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    Bed bug infestation overtakes metro retirement community

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Residents at the Wesley Village Retirement Center in the 300 block of N.W. 12th in Oklahoma City say their building is infested with bed bugs and that the owners are not doing enough to fix the problem. The center houses not only retired people, but people with disabilities, as well. It’s government subsidized, so most people who live there cannot afford to move. Jon Hoover says he’s been dealing with the bed bugs biting him for a couple months […]

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    Employee says she was strip searched at an Oklahoma City day spa

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Lakeya Willard says she had just finished her shift as a massage therapist at Looksey Day Spa  in the 6600 block of N. May when another employee said something had come up missing and she needed to search her. “She continued on by saying, can I search your purse?  Here’s my purse, no problem,” said Willard. Willard says it’s the next request that shocked her. “That’s when she said, well I have to see up under your […]

  • Oklahoma family desperate to find loved one’s body after fiancé allegedly admits to murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  An Oklahoma family is desperate to find their loved one’s body after an Oklahoma City man allegedly admitted to murdering his fiancée. Ellaina Pechacek’s mother couldn’t get ahold of her daughter in early June and started to worry. Rebecca Warner lives in Kingfisher, but her 19-year-old daughter had moved to Oklahoma City to live with her fiancé. Warner finally convinced Oklahoma City police to check Pechacek’s apartment and says all of her personal belongings were still there, […]