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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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    OSU Community Mourns Death of Basketball Player

    STILLWATER, Okla.– Tyrek Coger had only been in Stillwater for 17 days when his basketball dream came to an abrupt halt. “Dreams are supposed to begin here. They’re not supposed to end. Unfortunately in this case, there’s not a happy ending with this,” said OSU Athletic Director, Mike Holder. The Cowboy basketball forward was a junior college transfer from Raleigh, North Carolina. The basketball team had just finished a workout running the steps at Boone Pickens Stadium Thursday night. Coaches […]

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    Oklahoma mom says school budget cuts mean she can’t get her son to school

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro mother says school budget cuts could leave her with no way to get her son to school. She says the massive cuts mean that schools are not accepting transfers. Victoria Barrios is a busy single mom of four boys. Her oldest, Isaac, graduated from kindergarten last year and is headed to first grade. But Barrios recently learned her kids’ daycare, Southwest Child Development Center, doesn’t transport to Fillmore Elementary School, her neighborhood elementary. So she filled […]

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    Newalla Couple Fighting Pipeline Coming Through

    NEWALLA, Okla.– There is more controversy on the pipeline that’s cutting a path from Cushing to Longview, Texas. It’s weaving its way through the properties of dozens of Oklahomans and some say the company, Plains All American, is not playing fair. Rodd and Sherry Edsall have lived on their Newalla property for 9 years on a lease to purchase agreement. They just recently became the full owners. But the company they purchased it from signed an agreement with Plains All […]

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    State trying to shut down Oklahoma’s newest virtual charter school

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s our state’s newest virtual charter school, but now the state wants to shut it down. Hailey Shehorn, 14, just finished her first school year with ABLE Virtual Charter, a school which has only been in existence for one school year. She turned to the online school after struggling with anxiety and bullying at her Yukon school. “It was because of bullies and like mean people.  You can get yourself sick and you don’t want to go to […]

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    OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. – It is no secret the Oklahoma County Jail has been plagued with problems for years – most notably the facility itself and the many leaks and floods the staff deals with on a regular basis. However, the sheriff is dealing with another dilemma. “It was a little overwhelming to take in at first because of the smell, the sounds of the inmates around and everything,” Corporal Eutt Sharp said. “It’s a passion. It’s a calling. It’s […]

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    OKLAHOMA CITY – It was a busy night in the metro area. Many families awoke early Friday morning to heavy rain, loud thunder and bright lightning over their homes. At its peak, the storm produced 4,400 cloud to ground lightning strikes about five per second. “The sky was just lit up non-stop,” said Deputy Fire Chief Chris Denton, with the Edmond Fire Department. “It’s random acts of nature. We just have no control over that.” The Edmond Fire Department worked three […]

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    Stillwater anti-fracking group claims infrared camera finds pollution at oil & gas sites

    STILLWATER, Okla. – A grassroots group in Stillwater says they have video that shows invisible pollution happening in their community. They say it’s coming from oil and gas sites. The non-profit group, Earthworks, brought their $100,000 infrared camera to several different well sites in Payne and Kay counties. Local residents say they were disturbed at the amount of air pollution they found. “It looks at sites like this and it can show the plumes of gases that are leaking from the […]

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    Air ambulance lawsuit could become class action

    Former OSU basketball coach, Tommy Wade, was on his usual run April 7, 2015 when something went terribly wrong. “I had a heart attack,” said Wade. “Collapsed right in front of the OSU police department.” Wade had to be airlifted from Stillwater Medical Center to the Heart Hospital in Oklahoma City. He says the bill for that ride shocked him. “$38,000 for a 20 minute air flight from Stillwater to Oklahoma City?” said Wade. And Wade had insurance, good insurance, […]

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    Edmond residents say they’re being forced from their apartments

    EDMOND, Okla.– The Sunset Ridge Apartments at 930 S. Boulevard in Edmond were recently purchased by new owners. They’re doing a complete remodel, inside and out. And some residents now say they’re being forced out to make way for the new. “I didn’t know that renovating means just kicking people out and making them homeless,” said Tavares Higgs. Higgs said she received a letter July 1 telling her she had until the end of the month to move out. Higgs says […]

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    Pokemon GO takes Oklahoma by storm but officials do have some warnings you should heed

    It’s currently the top downloaded free app, Pokemon GO, and it’s taking the country by storm since being released last Wednesday. The game lets smart phone users track and catch mythical Pokemon creatures in real life. But it’s also prompting warnings from police departments nationwide, including here in Oklahoma. Monday afternoon, Madison Taylor was playing the new app in downtown Oklahoma City at the Myriad Gardens. “I thought it was really dumb, I’ll be honest at first.  But now I’m […]

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    Anti-turnpike group hires attorney to fight proposed plans

    LUTHER, Okla. – The group, Citizens Opposed to the Eastern Oklahoma County Turnpike, is ramping up their fight against the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. The 21-mile turnpike is designed to run from the Turner Turnpike down to I-40 and cuts a path close to Luther Rd. A company hired by the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority is already knocking on doors in the area, talking to landowners and trying to acquire their property. But they could now be meeting resistance through the legal […]