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.

Recent Articles
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    Purcell police bust major shoplifting ring

    PURCELL, Okla. – Purcell police believe they have taken down a major shoplifting ring after arresting five women at the local Walmart. They say the women were attempting to return about $3,000 worth of merchandise.  “The clerk had started noticing receipts that didn’t look right.  There was something altered about them,” said Sgt. Scott Stephens, with the Purcell Police Department. Police were called out and they began questioning the women who are all from the Dallas, Forth Worth area.  They […]

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    Friends of murdered woman say there was trouble in the marriage

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Rebecca Diaz’s former co-workers say as soon as they heard her husband’s name in the news, they knew it wasn’t good. But they were still surprised. “After seeing everything they’ve been going through, I knew he was going to, he had snapped, you know,” said Felica Lenz.  “I mean I was shocked, I was shocked.  I didn’t think he’d go that far.” Even though Rebecca didn’t work very long at the Midwest City bar, several of the […]

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    Missing three-year-old found in Piedmont

    Three-year-old Nalani Cain wandered away from her great uncle’s house in Piedmont Tuesday afternoon.  For two hours, police and members of the community searched the rural area for the little girl.  “We started receiving a lot of calls from citizens that wanted to organize search parties, help out, lend equipment,” said Piedmont police chief Scott Singer.  In the end, a neighbor found the little girl sitting in a rocking chair on a front porch of a house down the street. […]

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    Cheap Divorce: Scam or Deal?

    OKLAHOMA CITY — They are scattered throughout Oklahoma City, multiple signs stacked up at busy intersections. They advertise uncontested or agreed divorce at prices that most would call ‘cheap.’ “We charge a rate of $100 to prepare the paperwork that people will need to accomplish their divorce,” said Nikole Kenny. Kenny is the face behind one of those signs. She’s not an attorney, but a paralegal who used to work for a divorce attorney. She saw first-hand how difficult it was […]

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    Husband behind bars after telling police he shot and killed his wife

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A husband is behind bars after authorities say he shot and killed his wife. Authorities were called to a home near S.E. 59th St. and Dobbs Rd., in southeast Oklahoma City, after the man claimed he shot his wife. Neighbors reported hearing a couple arguing on the roof of the home, adding that the woman was yelling at her husband to leave her alone. “When you see a bunch of vehicles with their lights on, you know the […]

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    Cheap Divorce: Scam or Deal?

    You might’ve seen the signs stuck in the ground along the side of the road advertising “cheap divorce.” But, what exactly does it mean, and is it even legal? The signs seem to be everywhere these days. They advertise help for agreed or uncontested divorce, and the prices are cheap for something that can sometimes be quite expensive. “Couple hundred bucks, and you’re done,” said Tom Quinn. Quinn gave it a try and would recommend it to anyone. “You know […]

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    Democrats calling for immediate investigation into Oklahoma governor’s conduct

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A surgeon accused of botching operations and paralyzing patients has now become an issue for Oklahoma’s governor. Oklahoma’s Democratic Party is calling for an investigation. They said Governor Mary Fallin may have interfered in the investigation and discipline of the spinal surgeon at the request of Texas Governor Rick Perry. This all began with an investigative report by the website Frontier and the Dallas Morning News. “It is unacceptable for the governor to be involved in back room deals […]

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    Residents fed up with noisy drilling

    Kel Pickens and his wife, Carolyn, live three miles from the drilling operation at the corner of Country Club Road and Lakeview Road in Payne County. He said they can still hear the noise and feel the vibrations. “Just that sinus zooidal noise sound – ‘eeeaww, eeeaww,’ Pickens said. “Sounds like a giant dentist drill that goes up and down in intensity and makes your teeth grind and your nerves stand on end.” “Just drones on and on,” Carolyn Meyer said. […]

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    Runaway girls found in homeless camp

    It was a tense 36 hours for some metro parents as they frantically searched for their daughters who had run away. “Two beautiful girls, 12 and 13 years old, out on their own in a world like today where girls like that go missing and don’t come home,” said Morganne Sanders. Sanders’ 12 year old step-daughter, Lillian Geraci, had spent the night at a friend’s house and ran away. Geraci’s mom later found a note with an elaborate plan. “Dye […]

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    Troopers enforce new texting while driving law

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The state’s new texting while driving law went into effect at 12:01 a.m. Sunday morning and troopers were out enforcing the new law. Electronic message boards over the highways have been warning drivers for a while now that the new law goes into effect November 1st. “It’s all over the place.  If they don’t know about it, they’re just not paying attention,” said Trooper Kaleb Kemp with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. But apparently, not everyone knew the […]

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    Utility refund case could be largest in Oklahoma

      An application before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission could result in the largest utility refund in the history of Oklahoma. Several citizens filed the application, and they’re seeking a $16.1 billion refund from AT&T to customers who had Southwestern Bell telephone numbers from approximately 1987-1994. This goes all the way back to 1986, when the feds lowered income tax rates for corporations. Southwestern Bell, which provided phone service to Oklahomans, asked the state corporation commission if they could keep the […]