Manhunt for Oklahoma man accused of shooting 6 people leaving two dead

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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    Landowner says he’d just met fugitive, accused killer Michael Dale Vance, Jr.

    OKLAHOMA – Tony Heavner lives on the property where two Wellston police officers were shot Sunday evening. They were shot by Michael Dale Vance, Jr., and it was the beginning of a crime spree that left Vance’s aunt and uncle dead and two other people shot. “I guarantee you there was over a thousand bullets exchanged out here, if not more, from him,” Heavner said. Heavner said he was shocked when Vance open fire. He said he just met Vance […]

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    Jurors take field trip in Jaymie Adams murder trial

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The 11 women and one man who make up the jury for the first degree murder trial of Joseph Cyr loaded up in vans to take a field trip Wednesday afternoon. They went to the field near I-240 and Douglas where the body of Jaymie Adams was found in January of 2012. Jaymie went missing in late 2011. Police very quickly identified her husband, Justin Adams, as a suspect in the case. Prosecutors have said Jaymie and […]

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    State audit on Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office released

    Results of a state audit on the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office were released Tuesday morning. The audit was requested earlier this year by Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater after allegations of financial mismanagement. “It was just shocking that this sort of stuff had even happened in the first place,” said Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan. Maughan spent much of the day reading through the 38-page report. “Particularly, I’m paying attention to those items that said it should’ve gone across […]

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    Former HOA treasurer accused of embezzling $200,000

    OKLAHOMA – Residents in the Summit Place neighborhood near N.W. 122nd and Rockwell pay $286 a year for their homeowner’s dues. That money is supposed to go towards things like maintaining their pool and volleyball court, the greenbelts in the neighborhood and other infrastructure. But, some board members said that money was going to line the pockets of the former treasurer. “The reason nothing was maintained and nothing’s been done is because we’re supporting his vacations and whatever he’s spending […]

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    $8 million verdict awarded in Oklahoma wrongful death lawsuit

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The family of a man who died in a group home in Oklahoma City was awarded an $8 million verdict on Monday by an Oklahoma County jury. Shannon Adams filed the lawsuit against Renaissance Management Group of Tulsa after her brother, Mitch Boles, died at one of their group homes. “Maybe it’ll stop it from happening to anybody else’s loved one,” said Adams. “This is the best justice we can get at this point.” Adams’ brother, Mitch Boles, […]

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    ONG reaches settlement with Corporation Commission over house explosion

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Natural Gas has agreed to pay $1,010,000 to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission for their part in a house explosion on January 2. The settlement was announced at a judicial hearing Wednesday morning. The home in the Walnut Creek addition in northwest Oklahoma City exploded in the middle of the night with a man asleep inside. He survived the blast. It also injured an elderly couple next door and damaged dozens of homes. The cause of the […]

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    Oklahoma man hailed a hero after saving his coworker

    ENID, Okla. – It was just like any other work day when it happened with no warning. Brock Nulph and Wayne Spears were stocking beer at the Save-A-Lot in Enid for Pope Distributing Company when Spears collapsed. Nulph immediately pulled out his phone and called 911. “He went purple, straight purple, not breathing. I told the lady that, and she’s like ‘Well, you’re going to have to do CPR,” Nulph said. Nulph had never in his life done CPR, but the […]

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    2-year-old Oklahoma boy fighting for his life after falling into fire pit

    ENID, Okla. – Louis Lopez said he’d been trying for months to get all 14 of his grandchildren to come over for a camp out in the backyard. They finally found a date that worked for everyone, and all of the cousins came over on Saturday, Oct. 1. “Had them all over. We had a nice campfire, s’mores, marshmallows, hot dogs, the whole camping thing just in the backyard,” Louis said. But, that fun night ended in tragedy. The next morning, […]

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    Oklahoma passes emergency rules for breathalyzer tests

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The state made some emergency rules Friday morning after a court case rendered Oklahoma’s breathalyzer tests invalid. Eric Sample vs. Department of Public Safety went all the way to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. Last week, the Oklahoma Supreme Court declined to hear the cases, meaning the Court of Civil Appeals decision stands. An Oklahoma County district judge found that the Board of Tests For Alcohol and Drug Influence did not approve certain parts of the breathalyzer correctly. Sample, […]

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    Oklahoma changes breathalyzer test rules at emergency meeting

    OKLAHOMA CITY– The State Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence held an emergency meeting Friday morning to change some of the rules for the breathalyzer tests administered by law enforcement agencies across our state. This is all in response to Sample vs. DPS, a lawsuit that a DUI offender won against the Department of Public Safety. That court ruling basically made the current breathalyzer test inadmissible under the current rules. The director and board members say they feel confident […]

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    Obamacare premiums in Oklahoma skyrocketing

    OKLAHOMA – Oklahomans on Obamacare may see their insurance rates skyrocket. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma, the only health insurer offering plans on the federal exchange in 2017, has submitted increases for individual market plans ranging from 58 to 96 percent. This will affect about 130,000 Oklahomans who have individual plans through the Affordable Care Act’s marketplace. Chris Riggs is the owner of Speed By Design, a small business in Tuttle. “Health insurance right now for us has been […]