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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
  • Logan County employees busted in underage drinking check

    LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – Logan County sheriff’s deputies have conducted an alcohol compliance check at 14 different bars and convenience stores – just in time for spring break. Most of the places passed the test, but two failed and sold beer to a minor working with undercover law enforcement. “We want zero, but two is better than the four or five we’ve had previously before,” said Lt. Marcus Williams with the Logan County Sheriff’s Department. Williams said they try to […]

  • Oklahoma sheriff’s post about medical marijuana ignites fury

    KAY COUNTY, Okla. – Devin Gagliardo has been pushing for the legalization of medical marijuana in Oklahoma for a long time. He was appalled by a recent post on the Kay County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page. “If he wants to express his personal opinion, he is perfectly free to do that. Everybody is. But, the forum of the Kay County sheriff’s department Facebook page is just the wrong place,” Gagliardo said. “It’s not just that he’s I think breaking the […]

  • Police arrest burglar who crawled through attic space into neighbor’s apartment

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police were called to an apartment complex near N.W. 30th and Western Monday night after a woman said she’d found her neighbor inside a closet in her home. “The female who was inside one of the apartments went up into the attic, went to the other one and dropped down into the closet of the neighbor’s residence and began trying to steal clothing out of there,” said Master Sergeant, Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department. […]

  • Edmond school board passes resolution supporting teacher walkout

    EDMOND, Okla. – The Edmond school board has passed a resolution in support of their teachers who participate in the walkout during an emergency board meeting at noon Monday. “Edmond schools supports its teachers and efforts to secure a state pay raise,” Edmond Superintendent Bret Towne told a large audience that turned out for the meeting. “We’ve been with you for years working on this.” “Be it hereby resolved that the Edmond Board of Education strongly supports and stands by […]

  • Edmond school board passes resolution in support of teachers

    EDMOND, Okla. – Several school districts across the metro are now speaking out following an announcement by the state’s largest teacher’s union about a possible walkout. The Oklahoma Education Association is seeking a $10,000 pay raise for Oklahoma teachers over three years, a $5,000 pay raise for support professionals over three years, a cost-of-living adjustment for retirees and the restoration of funding for education and core government services. OEA announced that it is tentatively planning a teacher walkout for April 2 […]

  • Fewer Oklahoma college students going into teaching profession

    Officials with Edmond Public Schools are having to get creative as they work to recruit an ever diminishing pool of qualified teachers. “When we go to job fairs, there’s not as many students coming to our booths and talking with us about positions,” said Randy Decker, chief human resources officer for the Edmond Public School District. The numbers tell the story. Three years ago, universities across the state graduated more than 2,000 prospective teachers. This year, it’s predicted to be […]

  • Chickasha parents arrested for felony child neglect

    Warning: The story below contains graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. CHICKASHA, Okla. – Chickasha police were called to the 800 block of E. Choctaw Avenue on reports of a three-year-old child walking in the highway on US 62. “The little girl was walking right here and then a truck had came and slammed on its brakes and picked the little girl up and then was walking around looking for parents,” said Eric Montgomery, who lives nearby. Montgomery did not […]

  • Graphic: Chickasha couple in jail after authorities discover horrific case of child neglect

    Warning: The story below contains graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. CHICKASHA, Okla. – A Chickasha couple is in jail after authorities discovered a horrific case of child neglect. Earlier this week, Chickasha police officers were called to the 800 block of Choctaw Ave after a small child was found walking along Highway US 62, the Express-Star reports. A resident who lives nearby reportedly told authorities this was not the first time they had seen the toddler wandering around the […]

  • “It’s almost like our hands are tied,” Statewide teacher walkout looking more likely

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Education Association, our state’s largest union, said they will announce a statewide school closure strategy later this week. “We’re starting to ramp up the pressure,” said OEA president Alicia Priest. But, Priest said the hope is the state legislature will act to get a teacher pay raise before it comes to this. “The legislature has all the opportunity to solve the problem before it comes to that. They need to fund education and our core […]

  • Oklahoma City police captain under investigation after shooting, killing neighbor’s dog

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Donnie Newton had his pit bull, Fat Boy, cremated after he was shot and killed on February 22. “I’m still devastated over it,” Newton said. “I can’t hardly, I think about it every night. I dream about it every night, you know, and it’s really bothering me.” Newton said a neighbor shot and killed Fat Boy right in front of their home. We now know the neighbor who did this is a captain with the Oklahoma City […]

  • Controversial education bill fails in House committee

    OKLAHOMA CITY – HB 3537 would have expanded the cap on the amount that can be donated to the Oklahoma Equal Opportunity Scholarship Fund. The cap currently sits at $5 million, and the bill would have raised it to $15 million. The fund is largely used to help low income children attend private schools, although money can be donated to public school foundations as well. Opponents said the program diverts money from public schools because of the giant tax credits […]