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.

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    Oklahoma Congressman Frank Lucas holds town hall meeting in Yukon

    YUKON, Okla. – Rep. Lucas is the first one of Oklahoma’s Washington lawmakers to hold a true face-to-face town hall meeting. Many voters have been questioning why there haven’t been any and other town hall meetings around the country have become extremely raucous. But the approximately 60 people who attended Lucas’ town hall meeting remained civil. Many of the questions posed to the congressman revolved around healthcare. “Do you favor repealing the Affordable Care Act?” asked one constituent. “If you […]

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    School parking lot argument turns racial

    MOORE, Okla. – A Moore mom said she was the victim of racial slurs while picking up her kids from school. Krystan Turner was picking up her third and first grader from Briarwood Elementary Wednesday afternoon when it happened. A dad trying to cross the crosswalk with his 6-year-old son became angry when he said she did not stop her car for him. “And, I see him standing right there. I look at him. He didn’t move, so I proceeded […]

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    Moore mom subject of racial slurs

    MOORE, Okla – A Moore mom captured a disturbing scene on her cell phone while picking up her kids at Briarwood Elementary Wednesday afternoon. A man who claims she almost hit him in the parking lot called her a nasty name, and it escalated from there into racial slurs. Krystan Turner recorded the whole encounter on her cell phone, and the video has gone viral on Facebook. Moore school district officials said they are investigating the incident and dad could […]

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    Thousands of former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s emails made public

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Attorney General’s office released more than 7,500 pages of documents late Tuesday afternoon after a district judge ordered them to do that by end of the business day. This was all part of an open records request by the Center for Media and Democracy, a liberal watchdog group out of Wisconsin. They requested all communication between Scott Pruitt and his staff with large energy corporations, after a 2014 New York Times article that detailed how […]

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    Pruitt gives first speech to EPA employees; Oklahoma Attorney General’s office turns over thousands of documents

    Former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt gave his first speech Tuesday as the new administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. He gave the speech to employees of the EPA at their headquarters in Washington. This comes on the same day the Oklahoma Attorney General’s office turned over about 7,564 pages of documents to the Center for Media and Democracy. The watchdog group out of Wisconsin had requested the documents two years ago in an open records request. They were seeking, […]

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    Could emails hurt Pruitt’s new position as head of EPA?

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Despite much controversy, Oklahoma Attorney General, Scott Pruitt, was confirmed as the new head of the Environmental Protection Agency Friday afternoon. But some say a court decision in Oklahoma could still derail that appointment. “The public is entitled to know what has affected his decision making in filing suit on behalf of the citizens of Oklahoma against EPA,” said attorney, Bob Nelon. Nelon is representing The Center for Media and Democracy, a watch dog group out of […]

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    Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb resigns from Gov. Fallin’s cabinet

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb announced Thursday morning he was resigning from Governor Mary Fallin’s cabinet as the state’s Small Business Advocate. Lamb said he could not support her proposed tax increases, saying the “proposal will adversely harm Oklahoma’s small businesses and families.” Fallin has proposed taxing 164 different services that are not currently taxed. “Since the ‘State of the State,’ I’ve heard from countless small businesses, and men and women and families that are concerned about these proposed […]

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    Teacher pay raise bills pass out of education subcommittee

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Seven different bills aimed at getting teachers more money were passed out of the Senate Subcommittee on Education Wednesday morning. One of those would give all teachers a $10,000 pay raise over 4 years. “I want us to, as a state, try to get ahead of the curve for once instead of always playing catch up,” said Sen. David Holt, the author of Senate Bill 316. Several other bills would raise the minimum salary schedule for teachers. […]

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    Bill that would require a man’s permission before an abortion passes out of committee

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a controversial abortion bill that would only allow an abortion with the consent of the father of the fetus. House Bill 1441, authored by Republican Rep. Justin Humphrey, would force women seeking abortions to identify the father to the doctor. If the person identified disputes he is the father, the person may ask for a paternity test, according to the bill. The legislation grants exceptions for rape, incest or when the mother’s life is in danger. Exceptions […]

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    Anti-abortion bill fails to pass out of Republican-led committee

    OKLAHOMA CITY – In an unprecedented move, three freshmen Republicans voted with a Democrat to shoot down an anti-abortion bill. House Bill 1549 would ban abortions due to genetic abnormalities or Down Syndrome. It failed to pass out of the Public Health Committee on Wednesday after a 4-4 tie. Freshman Republican representative, Carol Bush, voted against it. “It’s an unconstitutional bill. We already have a bill on the books. And it’s not worth our time or our money or energy to […]

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    House bill would set up integrated domestic violence court

    OKLAHOMA CITY – House Bill 1121 would set up an integrated domestic violence court so victims could have all legal matters handled in one place at one time. “One family, one judge. This judge, one judge is basically identified, and they will take care of the victim from the beginning to the end and deal with all of the components of the case,” said Candida Manion, executive director of the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Manion said […]