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


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    Neighbors in Oklahoma City complain about excessive bulk trash

    OKLAHOMA CITY — It’s a common sight to see trash piled up on the curbs of neighborhoods once a month for big trash pick up day. But residents in one metro neighborhood say one homeowner is taking it too far, with not piles, but mountains of trash. It’s piled up from curb to curb in front of the house at 1216 N.W. 43rd St. And some residents say that front yard has looked like that before. “That’s a little bit too  […]

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    LGBT advocates upset over Facebook post

    OKLAHOMA — Organizers of an Oklahoma race are coming under fire for a picture they posted on their Facebook page. It appears they’re using the LGBT rainbow flag as a shooting target. The post angered many people who took it as a direct threat to the LGBT community. Event organizers say they did not expect the response they got and that it was all meant as a joke. The Oklahoma Run ‘n Gun is a biathlon combining running and shooting. […]

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    Puerto Rican teachers arrive in Oklahoma to help with Spanish speaking-students

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Fourteen teachers from Puerto Rico arrived at Will Rogers World Airport on Tuesday. They were recruited by the Oklahoma City School District to serve their ever-growing Spanish-speaking population. “Hola! Woo! Bienvenidos, bienvenidos.” You would have thought rock stars were landing at the airport. They’re teachers, but to the OKC School District, they’re better than rock stars. “It’s so exciting. We’ve been waiting for this day for several months,” one of the teachers, Shannon Freeman said. The 14 teachers […]

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    State representative wants to repeal part of Constitution

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The saga continues around the Ten Commandments monument at our state’s capitol. The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled last week that the monument must be removed from the capitol grounds. Now, a state legislator has filed a resolution that would remove the section of the Oklahoma constitution that the judges based their decision on. It basically says no money or property can be given to a system of religion. “It’s clear that this is like a malignant tumor.  […]

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    Del City teens dancing at stoplight end up with broken nose, knocked out tooth

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City police are searching for two men who allegedly assaulted a group of teenagers who were sitting in their car at a metro stoplight. It happened under the I-40 bridge at Martin Luther King and Reno around 5 p.m. Monday evening. Mason Winters, Marquise Williams, Johnathan Baker and a fourth friend were in Winter’s car with the windows down, jamming to music when two men walked up on both sides of the vehicle. Winters was punched first. “He was […]

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    Choctaw residents calling police about wolf sightings

    CHOCTAW, Okla. — Residents of the Choctaw Creek neighborhood in Choctaw are getting used to seeing her by  now. “Our neighborhood wolf pet out here, yeah,” said Mitchell Melton.  “Not aggressive, but won’t let you go up and pet her.” “My daughter calls her Wolfie,” said Philip Chicoine. Choctaw animal control officer Kenny Grant says he’s always a few steps behind her. “Been trying to catch her for a year and a half, two years now and I can’t, I […]

  • Oklahoma City police arrest woman accused of hitting man in hit-and-run

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City police made an arrest Monday in a hit and run that put a 72-year-old man in the hospital. It happened back on June 10 around 10 p.m. Victor Karban was tending his flower garden in the front yard near Kentucky and N.W. 17th when a vehicle struck him and then took off. Victor’s wife, Jackie Karban, was watering that same flower garden last Saturday night when she made an unusual discovery. “I found it right in […]

  • Canadian River swimmer rescued after falling from rope swing

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a popular place along the Canadian River near the Hiwassee bridge for families to hang out and have fun. “They got a rope hanging from a tree and then we just like swing from the tree to the water and jump off the bridge as well,” said Sherry Hill. But that rope swing proved dangerous Sunday night for one woman who fell from the rope onto the rocks below. “Her body slipped, her head fell back […]

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    Residents concerned when tornado sirens go off in The Village

    THE VILLAGE, Okla. — Many metro residents are used to hearing the tornado sirens being tested Saturdays at noon. That’s why it was so surprising to hear them Sunday at noon. “Tornado alarms went off.  So I’m thinking it’s Saturday, so, but it wasn’t, it was Sunday.  I knew it wasn’t a tornado because it was sunny outside,” said Village resident, Paul Kamp.  “I just thought maybe a bomb or something had went off or some sort of warning, hey take […]

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    Yukon man says his house was sold out from under him

    YUKON, Okla. — A Yukon man claims his house was sold out from under him by Canadian County. And he says he had no notice that this was going to happen; no idea he owed back property taxes until his house had been sold. He’s now trying to figure out what he can do to get it back. “Some guy just showed up, changed locks, said he was the new homeowner,” said Billy Brown. Brown was shocked to get the […]

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    Building a better Classen Boulevard

    OKLAHOMA CITY — It started with one resident complaining that he couldn’t safely cross Classen Boulevard on his bike, and it turned into a community meeting with 200 people brainstorming ideas on how to improve the major thoroughfare in Oklahoma City. “I want it to be a place where it’s multi-modal and it’s safe,” said John Dodson.  “When I ride my bike to church with my daughter, I actually have to walk the bike to Classen because I know that […]