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, Bryan, live in Oklahoma City with their three young children. They attend Crossings Community Church.


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    Should Oklahoma get involved in the earthquake insurance business?

    OKLAHOMA – Senator Clark Jolley said he’s fielded a lot of calls from concerned constituents in Edmond worried about earthquake insurance. “There’s a lot of fear that companies that are offering earthquake coverage right now are just going to bolt and leave out of Oklahoma,” Jolley said. Jolley said, to calm that fear, he’s introducing a bill that would put a process in place to get Oklahomans that coverage. “What this bill does is simply say, if ever there is a time […]

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    Grandson arrested for allegedly shooting, decapitating grandparents in Oklahoma City home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One man has been arrested after two bodies were discovered inside a home daycare in Oklahoma City. On Tuesday afternoon, officers were called by neighbors to check on the welfare of a couple who lived in a home near N.W. 122nd St. and May Ave. When police arrived, they found 20-year-old Quinton Dashawn Laster outside of the home. Authorities learned that Laster went to a neighbor’s home and asked them to call 911. He stayed at the […]

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    Edmond couple arrested after horrific allegations of animal neglect

    EDMOND, Okla. – An Edmond couple is in trouble with the law, after police said they found their dogs in deplorable conditions. It was an anonymous tip that led police to the home at 9 E. Lincoln. The caller had apparently been inside and was horrified about what he saw inside a dog crate in the kitchen. He told police there were four dogs crammed inside the small crate. “He said there was one dog, which was dead, lying in the […]

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    UPDATE: Oklahoma City police say no body was found at landfill

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After scouring an Oklahoma City landfill, police say there were no signs of a body being discovered there. On Monday afternoon, Oklahoma City police were called to the landfill  near N.E. 23rd St. and Sooner Rd. A truck driver contacted NewsChannel 4 after being told he had to move because a body had been found. Oklahoma City police would not elaborate on details, but said they were investigating a possible body found at the WCA Waste Disposal Facility […]

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    Crescent schools still recovering from earthquake damage

    CRESCENT, Okla. – The 4.5 magnitude quake hit the Crescent area July 27th, 2015. When a superintendent entered an old high school gym, he immediately knew they had problems. There was a giant crack running almost the entire length of both the east and west walls. An engineer determined the walls had moved and flexed. It was an immediate safety issue, and the district sealed off the building. “Having been on the job in this district for four weeks, I had not read […]

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    Edmond Public Schools releases new district boundaries

    EDMOND, Okla. – It’s the map Edmond parents have long been awaiting. The Edmond School District revealed the redistricting committee’s recommendations for new middle school boundaries Thursday morning. This was necessary, because the new Edmond middle school, Heartland, will be opening next year. The new plan sets up true feeder patterns for middle schools into high schools. Cheyenne and Sequoyah will go to Edmond North High School. Central and Cimarron will go to Memorial. Heartland and Summit will go to […]

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    Northeast Edmond parents upset over school redistricting plans

    OKLAHOMA – Summer Johnson is one of hundreds of parents who have signed the online petition – Stop EPS Realignment of northeast Edmond. “This affects my family,” Johnson said. Johnson has kids at Centennial Elementary. Representatives of that school were not at the first two redistricting meetings, because the realignment was not supposed to affect them. “We have not had a place at that table until the last day that the proposal is going to be finalized,” Johnson said. “How is […]

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    Oklahoma pro-life advocates want Siri to change her tune

    OKLAHOMA – Siri has become a driving force in our lives. You can ask her just about anything. Now, pro-lifers are up in arms about the results Siri shows when you search abortion. “We certainly would love for a woman to have every availability to consider the decision she’s making,” said Paul Blair, president of the Protect Life Initiative in Oklahoma. Fast Company, a monthly business magazine, started looking into the issue back in 2011, finding if you search the […]

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    Gov. Fallin addresses budget deficit, oil prices during ‘State of the State’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – In recent weeks, many Oklahomans have been wondering exactly how state leaders plan to make up a $900 million budget deficit. On Monday, Gov. Mary Fallin kicked off the 2016 legislative session with her annual ‘State of the State’ address. Fallin began her speech by recognizing Rep. David Dank and former Labor Commissioner Mark Costello, who both passed away last year. Fallin says that the drop of oil and gas prices are out of our control, but […]

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    Oklahoma City police: Teacher arrested on numerous counts of rape

    OKLAHOMA – As Choctaw High School let out for the weekend, news of a teacher’s arrest was spreading. “One of the junior students, my boyfriend, he knew her personally was having inappropriate relations with a coach at our school,” said student Annalysa Bradley. 24 year old, Austin Quinton, was picked up at the school Friday morning and questioned by Oklahoma City police. He was arrested on numerous counts of rape in the first degree. “The sexual conduct took place in Oklahoma […]

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    Newcastle Public Schools contemplating 4-day school week

    OKLAHOMA – Another school district in Oklahoma is thinking of making the switch to a four-day school week. Newcastle superintendent, Tony O’Brien, said 67 percent of parents in an online survey said they would support the shorter week. He said it would save money and attract teachers. “It started out simply as a teacher benefit. We haven’t been able to give our folks any kind of raises at all,” O’Brien said. “This is something we can do for our staff.” O’Brien said the […]