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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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    Medical examiner’s office evacuated after ‘suspicious device’ found on body

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office had to be evacuated for several hours Friday after something was found on a body that was brought in to be autopsied. About 40 employees were forced out of the building around 10:30 a.m. after the unusual discovery. “There was some type of device on the body that they felt might be suspicious, might either catch fire or do something that could hurt somebody,” said MSgt. Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City […]

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    Oklahoma woman takes in stray llamas, realizes she needs help

    GRADY COUNTY, Okla. – It’s been nearly half a year since ice storms hit our state, but one family in Grady County is still dealing with something the weather brought in – a couple of unexpected guests. They said a couple of llamas showed up along with the winter weather and have been on their property ever since. “Right by the driveway, because there’s a water bowl,” said Amanda Moore. That’s where the llamas usually hang out but, in the hot […]

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    Norman residents angry over proposed storm water utility

    NORMAN, Okla. – Faye Autry owns Thunder Valley Ranch in far eastern Norman. She has cows, horses and chickens. They’re a small operation, and Autry said they don’t have an extra thousand dollars a year. “That’s a lot of hay. I was just doing the books, and I’d probably have to get rid of a couple cows,” Autry said. Autry said that’s what she’s calculated would be her payment under Norman’s proposed storm water utility. The city is trying to fund improvements […]

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    Police investigating suspicious men at Yukon Target

    YUKON, Okla.- A trip to Target leaves two local mothers fearing for the safety of their children, and one of them is warning others about potential predators that could be lurking around the metro. “I needed to run to Target to get a few things,” she said, but Jennifer Rigdon’s quick run to the store turned out to be a pretty big scare for her and her three young children. They were just about finished shopping and needed to grab […]

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    Lake Thunderbird beating lands two behind bars

    NORMAN, Okla. – A violent and dramatic fight out at Lake Thunderbird over the weekend lands two people behind bars. The scene unfolded at a crowded beach area with children looking on. Witnesses described a frightening scene out at Zoom Beach. They frantically called for help, afraid that the people who ended up getting arrested were going to kill the two victims. “We thought he was going to die, honestly. Me and my friend were freaking out,” said Madeline Wallace. […]

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    Twin Lakes community trying to save homes from falling into the river

    TWIN LAKES, Okla. – Nanci Donaldson is calling it a last ditch effort to save the community she loves. “I don’t want to lose my home. This is where I’ve raised my children at for 19 years, and I want to stay,” Donaldson said. Twin Lakes is a private community near Crescent along the banks of the Cimarron River. Their battle with the river goes back many years. About a dozen homes have either fallen in the river or have had […]

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    Oklahoma Blood Institute working to fill air ambulances with O-negative blood

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Air ambulances are often the first line of treatment for Oklahomans who suffer traumatic injuries during an accident. Officials estimate the state’s fleet of air ambulances make more than 2,000 flights a year, but they want them to be prepared for everything. Right now, only one of Oklahoma’s 23 air ambulances has a full supply of O-negative blood. Oklahoma Blood Institute officials said that’s just not acceptable and they’re on a mission to get more O-negative donors. Many […]

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    Oklahoma representative’s Facebook post about Islam creates controversy

    OKLAHOMA – The term “Islamophobia” is coming to the forefront after the deadly nightclub shooting in Orlando. That shooter claimed to be Muslim. Today, nonprofits from around the state gathered at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum for a workshop on Islamophobia and how to combat it in their work and in the community. Adam Soltani, the executive director of the Oklahoma Council on American Islamic Relations, said a recent Facebook post by State Representative Pat Ownbey could be an […]

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    No arrests more than a year after hit-and-run that left 2-year-old boy dead

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – The small memorial to a life taken way too soon still sits along the side of Westech Road outside Shawnee. It’s been sitting there for more than a year now and Aun’Dreis Tramble’s mom is growing increasingly frustrated with a hit and run investigation that has hit a dead end. “There’s no point of ya’ll to keep going like if ya’ll just would’ve stopped at least. I’m not saying it would’ve brought my son back. But at […]

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    Personal finance courses may be latest casualty of Oklahoma’s budget crisis

    OKLAHOMA – Education cuts are hitting what some said are the most crucial things we teach our kids in school. It’s called personal financial literacy, and it was made a graduation requirement by the legislature back in 2007. But, now, some teachers said the state is taking away the resources they need to teach this. The Personal Finance Institute is going on this week at UCO. It helps teachers learn how to teach their students about personal finance. Monday morning’s topic was gambling. […]

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    Opponents to state question say bill puts our water in jeopardy

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s the state question that’s been dubbed the “right to farm,” but some are saying it simply paves the way for big corporations to pollute Oklahoma’s resources. Opponents of State Question 777 gathered on the banks of the Oklahoma River on Friday afternoon, saying if the measure passes, it will keep the legislature and cities from being able to protect our water. “777 says subject to no regulation, and we can’t stand that. Our lakes can’t stand […]