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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
  • DUI attorneys file lawsuit against state leaders over Senate Bill 643

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorneys representing the four largest DUI firms in Oklahoma filed a lawsuit Wednesday morning at the state Supreme Court, challenging the constitutionality of Senate Bill 643. The attorneys said the bill is unconstitutional and violates due process for Oklahomans. “This is a bill that, from its very inception, we’ve tried to warn the legislature that there were numerous problems with the bill,” said Brian Morton, a DUI attorney who is representing the four plaintiffs. The first defendant […]

  • Spencer residents upset after dogs kept outside police department for over 24 hours

    SPENCER, Okla. – Some Spencer residents are upset over two dogs being kept in a kennel behind the police department for more than 24 hours in the heat. The pit bull and golden retriever puppy were picked up by Spencer animal control last Thursday from a home where they’d been neglected. The cage out back is the only place for them to hold animals because they currently do not have a contract with an animal shelter. Spencer resident Tonni Canaday […]

  • Rate hike for Embark Plus postponed after public outcry

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A proposed rate hike for Embark Plus riders in zone 2 has been postponed after Oklahoma City residents who use the service opposed it in public meetings. Embark Plus is the city bus service that gives rides to people with disabilities. They have 2 zones. Zone 1 is the bulk of Oklahoma City, and zone 2 is the outskirts, outside of their normal bus routes. The proposed rate hike would have raised the fare for a one-way […]

  • Oklahoma City police search for shooter in apartment homicide

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police are searching for a suspect after he shot and killed a man in broad daylight in the parking lot of an apartment complex. It happened around 11 Thursday morning at the Meridian Ridge apartments. Scott Cavener, a plumber, was in the front office of the complex to do some work when he heard the gunshots. “Well, the maintenance man over his radio said over his two-way said ‘Call the police. There’s been a shooting.’ […]

  • Authorities call off search near town of Fallis for final jail escapee still on the run

    FALLIS, Okla. – Authorities were searching Wednesday near the town of Fallis in Lincoln County for the fourth and final jail escapee. The search was called off Wednesday night by officials but said they do plan to keep units in the area. Officials were led to the area after sources said Brian Moody and his sister would be there. They knew what Moody’s sister, Angela Rainbolt, was driving and had warrants for her arrest. Rainbolt was pulled over and that’s […]

  • Manhunt continues for 4 escaped Lincoln County inmates

    LINCOLN COUNTY, Okla. – The search continues for four inmates who escaped sometime early Monday morning from the Lincoln County jail. Officials believe Brian Moody, Sonny Baker, Trey Goodnight and Jeremy Irvin escaped through the jail’s ventilation system. Moody, Baker and Goodnight were all in jail for property crimes, but Irvin was in jail on a first-degree murder count. Officials arrested him for the murder of Robert Godwin, Jr. last July. Irvin was taken into custody last September after a […]

  • Spelling bee runner-up returns to Oklahoma

    EDMOND, Okla. – The Edmond teenager who was the first runner-up in the Scripps National Spelling Bee returned home Saturday night. A large crowd gathered at Will Rogers World Airport to welcome Rohan Rajeev back and let him know how proud they are of him. “Give me an R! R! Give me an O! O! Give me an H! H! Give me an A! A! Give me an N! N!” the crowd chanted. R-O-H-A-N spells champion. The 8th grader from […]

  • Oklahoma investigators halt stolen trailer crime spree

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Investigators with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture have recovered thousands of dollars of stolen equipment and arrested a metro man in a crime spree they say stretched across our state and into Texas. And they were tipped off by a sharp-eyed witness who was in the right place at the right time. “Said ‘man, that looks like my friend’s trailer.’ And the more I looked at it, and the more I looked at it because it’s a […]

  • Officials investigating earthquake cluster in northwest Oklahoma

    COVINGTON, Okla. – A cluster of earthquakes in the northwest part of the state is leaving residents wondering what caused the sudden spike, especially when they say there seemed to be a lull in the shaking. “I haven’t remembered feeling too many, you know, but yeah here the last little bit, it seems like they’ve picked back up,” said David Perrin. “I thought maybe they [were] over because it had been awhile and then all of a sudden, I said, ‘Oops, […]

  • Former HOA treasurer facing 8 counts of felony embezzlement

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As summer break begins at the Summit Place neighborhood pool, residents hope long neglected repairs can finally happen. “It allows us to have money to fix all this infrastructure that’s went without any repair for, you know, 10 years or more,” said current board member Dennis Stamper. Stamper said his neighborhood at N.W. 122nd and Rockwell had slowly seen their funds drain because the former treasurer was stealing it. “He wrote $160,000 of documented checks to himself and […]

  • Oklahoma House of Representatives pass budget in final hours of session

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The House of Representatives passed the budget bill mere hours before the session ended. It passed by a vote of 57-42 but not before about 2 and a half hours of intense debate and questions. “This is the least transparent budget process we have ever had,” said Representative Eric Proctor (D) District 77. “We had the most open and transparent budget process in the history of this state,” countered Representative Leslie Osborn (R) District 47, Chair of […]