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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
  • Metro grandmother beaten, robbed in Walmart Neighborhood parking lot

    OKLAHOMA CITY – 74-year-old Sharon Gentry was out running errands Saturday morning when she pulled into the Walmart Neighborhood at S.W. 104th and Western. “Put my car in park, took the key out and, I’m not kidding you, there he was. It was seconds,” Gentry said. Surveillance video from the store shows Gentry pull into the parking lot in her dark colored Toyota Camry. The suspects follow right behind in a light colored Lincoln MKX. They back into the parking […]

  • Oklahoma man wants over-the-counter drug that killed his son to be regulated

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Mitch Hild was just 29 years old when he lost his 15-year struggle with drug addiction. “My son was a world-class cellist, gifted musician, high IQ,” said Joel Hild. “Just everybody loved him. Didn’t have a mean bone in his body.” Joel got the call he’d been dreading on the Fourth of July. Mitch had overdosed. “We were waiting for it. He had disappeared. He had tried to get better a lot of times,” Joel said. The […]

  • Proposed well in Norman draws controversy

    NORMAN, Okla. – Michael Delaney lives in rural northeast Norman, near Rock Creek Road East and Cabin Road. When he heard about a proposed well being drilled near his home, he started doing research. “It’s all about the water. Anything that’s drilling above or into or injecting into an area around a layer of our watershed, really we’re 100 percent against that,” Delaney said. Delaney and close to 50 other residents attended this month’s Board of Adjustment hearing in Norman. Arrowhead […]

  • Judge sets $75,000 bond for Oklahoma City officer charged with murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Sergeant Keith Sweeney shuffled into an Oklahoma County courthouse Wednesday afternoon in an orange jumpsuit and shackled in handcuffs. The nine-year veteran of the Oklahoma City Police Department is charged with second-degree murder in connection with the November 15 death of Dustin Pigeon. Pigeon had called 911 early that morning saying he wanted to kill himself. Sweeney and two other officers responded to Pigeon’s home on S.W. 20th. Dramatic body camera footage was released Tuesday afternoon showing […]

  • Oklahoma City police sergeant arrested for second-degree murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Sergeant Keith Sweeney was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on Tuesday morning on a charge of second-degree murder. The Oklahoma County district attorney filed the charge Tuesday morning after reviewing the investigation and body camera footage of the shooting from November 15. Sweeney and two other Oklahoma City police officers went to Dustin Pigeon’s house at 1416 S.W. 20th Street after Pigeon called 911 saying he was going to kill himself. On the body camera, you […]

  • Shocking new allegations against Tulsa dentist accused of murdering little boy

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Jury selection in the Bert Franklin murder trial was supposed to start Monday morning. Instead, prosecutors dropped a bombshell – asking for a continuance because they were charging Franklin with another very serious crime. They filed a charge of conspiracy to commit murder, alleging Franklin was plotting the murder of his little victim’s mother from inside the Oklahoma County Jail where he’s being held without bond. Franklin, a Tulsa dentist, was dating the woman in Oklahoma City […]

  • Metro man says Academy made big mistake when selling him a gun

    EDMOND, Okla. – Brendan Green went to the Edmond Academy a few days before thanksgiving to purchase a .22 rifle. He wanted to use it to go shooting with his brother. It was his first time purchasing a firearm, and there were no problems. He walked out of the store approximately 30 minutes later with his firearm in hand. But, he got a call from the store first thing the next morning. “He’s like ‘We’re going to need you to […]

  • Yukon earthquakes linked to fracking well

    YUKON, Okla. – Don Parrish said he’s been feeling a whole lot of shaking at his home near S.W. 29th and Czech Hall Road. “When it hit the house, it was loud. I mean, and it shook,” Parrish said. “It’s beginning to be quite a few earthquakes around. We used to didn’t have a thing.” “The earthquake activity around Yukon has come on very hard and very fast. And, so, over the holiday, we have been working it,” said Matt […]

  • T-6s stuck on ground at Vance after pilots report lack of oxygen

    ENID, Okla. – The flight path at Vance Air Force Base is a little more crowded these days because all of the T-6 planes are parked, not flying. The base put the approximately 100 planes on “operational pause” last Thursday after several different pilots reported symptoms of what’s called hypoxia. “This was more than normal quite frankly in this short of period. So, that’s what kind of said, okay, we want to make sure that this is, we take a […]

  • Oklahoma grandmother arrested after her grandson ingests PCP

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Neighbors describe a chaotic scene outside an apartment near N.W. 10th and Rockwell on Friday afternoon. “First, we heard screaming,” said Amari Hopgood. “The ambulance came. They laid him on the ground, and they were stuffing tubes down his mouth and he wasn’t like really moving or responding or nothing.” According to the police report, a relative who got to the apartment before they did found the suspect trying to get the baby to drink some milk […]

  • Suicide survivors gather for International Suicide Loss Day

    EDMOND, Okla. – Each story is very personal but the grief is shared. “We’re speaking of a very sensitive and emotional issue today, suicide,” said Phil Holeman. Holeman was the keynote speaker as people who have lost a loved one gathered together for the International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. People gathered at 350 locations in 18 different countries, including the one at The University of Central Oklahoma hosted by the Central Oklahoma Suicide Prevention Task Force. If Holeman’s name […]