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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 2005, before deciding to stay home full time with her children.

She now freelance reports for KFOR and enjoys being able to remain active in a profession she loves.

Sarah and her husband, Bryan, live in Oklahoma City with their three young children.


Recent Articles
  • Elderly Shawnee woman attacked in home invasion

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Shawnee police are searching for two men who beat an elderly woman during a home invasion. It happened around 4:30 Sunday morning at the woman’s home in the 1900 block of N. Louisa Avenue. Aline Smith, 71, woke up to find two strangers in her bedroom. “They’re in her bedroom, they have flashlights. They shine the flashlights on her face so she can’t see them and tells her to give them her money,” said Detective Jason Crouch with the Shawnee […]

  • Family’s treasured statue stolen from front yard

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Leo the lion stands about three feet tall and is made of metal. He used to sit on the porch of Zhila Haggard’s Shawnee home, but he’s missing now. Haggard woke up Friday morning to find Leo gone. She says he was heavy; she couldn’t even move him. “You’d have to be a good strong man,” said Haggard. “You see it when you came in and it’s like that greeter and it’s like you know protect the […]

  • Oklahoma man experiences Ebola scare on vacation

    EDMOND – An Edmond man says his Carnival Cruise vacation did not go as planned. He was on board the Carnival Magic, the cruise ship that got a lot of attention this last week after it was revealed that someone was exposed to Ebola on board. A Dallas health care worker was being monitored for Ebola on that ship. When she left for the cruise, health officials were only requiring self monitoring but officials stepped up their response while the […]

  • Dogs of murdered Duncan family alive and well

    DUNCAN, Okla. – Lexie and Lanie are two miniature Australian Shepherds that were most likely to witness a horrific crime. The two dogs were the only ones to make it out of the Hruby family home alive. The Hruby family were all discovered dead inside their Duncan home Monday morning by the housekeeper. Early rumors were that the dogs had been killed as well. “We thought they were until the officers asked if I would take them. We thought they were gone,” said […]

  • Controversy over tragedy has state leaders talking

    EDMOND, Okla. – Tonight, state leaders gathers to discuss a tragedy that is stirring up some controversy. A long line extended outside of Fairview Baptist Church an hour before the forum was even set to begin. Security checked all purses and bags. Pastor Paul Blair said tonight was an opportunity for Oklahomans to hear the truth. “People are tired of the political correct answer. This is not workplace violence, this was Jihadism and people want to know the truth,” Blair said. Blare […]

  • Metro principal accused of not caring about burglary

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A burglar broke into Taft Middle School over the weekend stealing thousands of dollars worth of iPads and computer equipment. “Our officer said that depending on what actually was stolen, there was the potential there for about $20,000 to $30,000 worth of items stolen,” said Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow with the Oklahoma City Police Department. The theft is alarming enough. But what’s even more disturbing is the officer’s version of the principal’s reaction when he called her. The […]

  • Gay and lesbian couples rush to marry in Oklahoma

    EDMOND, Okla. – When Rachel Baker and Kathy Voigtschild woke up Monday morning, they had no idea they’d be getting married that night. “They were very quiet about everything and then it was just like notifications everywhere and are you getting married? I was like what are you talking about? And then I called around and they were like no the stay’s still on hold and then everybody was like no never mind,just kidding,go get married,” said Voigtschild. The girls were […]

  • Oklahoma abortion laws challenged

    OKLAHOMA – Two of Oklahoma’s new abortion laws, set to go into effect November 1, are being challenged. Lawsuits have been filed over the two laws – challenging their constitutionality. One law prohibits the off-label use of an abortion drug. The other law requires doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. A local attorney says Oklahoma legislators should not be passing the laws in the first place. “The pro-life people for 40 years have tried […]

  • Ebola threat doesn’t stop local church members from mission

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Six members of First Christian Church in Edmond say the Ebola threat is not changing their plans to fly to Africa Wednesday morning. Frank Gresh says they will be drilling wells in Africa. Using technology from Water 4, an organization started here in Oklahoma, they’ll be bringing clean water to thousands. “Certainly as I’ve been talking to my friends, as we’ve gone along and told them what we’re doing and what our plans are, they’re like – […]

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    Found: Oklahoma police find missing 9-month-old & 6-year-old

    UPDATE 9/30/14  2:30 A.M. : DUNCAN, Okla. – Deputies say they have found two missing kids from Duncan, a 9-month-old and a 6-year-old, and they are safe. Authorities also found the woman who allegedly took them, Nicci Voyles, 30, who is also known as Brandi Hoglan Voyles. 9-month-old Dasiah Clenny and 6-year-old Suquoyia Solomon were found at a home outside Duncan city limits in Stephens county  at 11:49 pm Monday. Officers say the grandmother of the children called police to alert them they had been found. Police […]

  • Animal rights group calls Oklahoma Senator’s pigeon shoot “cruel”

    Warning:  This video contains graphic material and may not be suitable for all audiences. OKLAHOMA CITY – A national animal rights group is calling a fundraiser for U.S. Senator, James Inhofe, cruel. The group, called SHARK (SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness), says they received an anonymous letter from someone claiming to be an Inhofe supporter, but was appalled at his latest fundraiser. The president of SHARK, Steve Hindi, says one of their members bought a ticket to the event and […]