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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 2005, before deciding to stay home full time with her children.

She now freelance reports for KFOR and enjoys being able to remain active in a profession she loves.

Sarah and her husband, Bryan, live in Oklahoma City with their three young children.

Recent Articles
  • El Reno Schools: New shelters ready for storm season

    EL RENO, Okla. — El Reno school officials say underground storm shelters at all the schools, but one, should be ready to go by next week. Voters passed a bond issue back in 2013 and the superintendent says there was money left over. So they decided to bury it in the ground. “Every student, faculty member, support, kitchen, staff, everybody can go down there,” said El Reno superintendent, Craig McVay. The underground storm shelter at the Lincoln Learning Center is […]

  • OK Dept. of Veterans Affairs Investigator accused of being convicted felon

    OKLAHOMA — A former investigator with the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs was charged in Canadian County court on Monday, accused of being a convicted felon who lied about his credentials. Steven Pancoast had been employed with the department as the Safety Programs Administrator since 2010. He was arrested last Friday in Canadian County by agents of the Attorney General’s office and the FBI after they say their investigation showed he was not a qualified law enforcement officer as he […]

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    Edmond dad’s response to student planning ‘mass casualty event’ goes viral

    EDMOND, Okla. – An Edmond father’s response to a student who was planning a mass casualty event is going viral. Charles Martin’s son, Michael, is a freshman at Edmond North High School. Martin reacted a little out of the box to the news of the mass casualty plot uncovered at his son’s school. “The first thought just goes back to what it’s like being a teenager.  It’s a brutal, brutal time,” said Martin. On Friday, Edmond police said they had […]

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    Police: Oklahoma City man stabbed woman before jumping from bridge

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say a man stabbed a woman along the side of I-35 and then jumped off the bridge into the Oklahoma River. 911 calls started flooding the Oklahoma City Police Department around 3:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Authorities say the man and woman were driving northbound on I-35, approaching the I-40 junction when the alleged attack occurred. “It looks like he started stabbing her there and then, according to witnesses, she was able to exit the vehicle and […]

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    OU football player takes to social media to voice thoughts on fraternity’s racist chant

    NORMAN, Okla. – A University of Oklahoma football player had plenty to say about Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s racist chant. Eric Striker took to Snapchat to voice his opinions on the subject. Warning: The video below contains graphic language. “I’m so mother f****** serious right now. SAE’s just f****d it up for all you f*****g white fraternities. F*** all you b*****s and if anything you mother f******s affiliated with it, f*** you too,” he is heard saying in the video. “Mother f*****s […]

  • Mother whose baby tested positive for meth speaks out, says she is innocent

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma mother who is accused of giving birth to a baby boy who tested positive for meth says she is innocent. Nichole Kerschner says she is being falsely accused and deserves to have her son back. She gave birth to him February 12th at Integris Baptist Hospital. Three days later, she says she was discharged from the hospital and took her son home. But officials with the Logan County Sheriff’s Department say they were told by DHS […]

  • Bill could affect public adjusters and those who need their help

    Shelly Keller’s house was demolished in the 2013 Moore tornado. “The house was picked up, turned, moved, put back down,” Keller said. “There’s just stuff everywhere.  You don’t even know where to begin.” Keller turned to a public adjuster to help her through the process. “She helped us through, from the paperwork to knowing who to call, what to call, we need a structural engineer – what’s that?” said Keller. But a bill making its way through the capitol could threaten […]

  • Timing of wintry weather put metro school districts in bind

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The timing of Monday’s wintry weather put many metro school districts in somewhat of a bind. The snow didn’t really start falling until most kids were either at school or on their way. The roads quickly deteriorated throughout the day, but the school busses still had to drive their routes. One of the metro’s smaller school districts, Crooked Oak, said it was prepared. “I drove around about noon to kind of investigate it, see what it was […]

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    “This can’t be right,” Oklahomans receive empty refund cards from tax commission

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As more Oklahomans are working to finalize their income taxes, many people are waiting for tax refunds. After being approved for a refund, Linda Mershon acted immediately to activate her prepaid debit card from the State of Oklahoma. What happened next came as a shock to her.  Mershon called the number on the card and a recording informed her that the card had a zero balance. “I thought, ‘Man, this can’t be right,” said Mershon. Peggy Butler, […]

  • Muslim students attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Deah Shaddy Barakat (center), 23, Yusor Mohammad (left), 21, and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha (right), 19, were shot and killed late Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. Suspect in the shooting, Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, turned himself in shortly after the crime. Hicks is charged with murder.
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    Local Muslims hold prayer vigil for North Carolina shooting victims

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Local Muslims gathered for a prayer vigil on Sunday night to remember the victims of the Chapel Hill, North Carolina murders. Deah Barakat, 23; Yusor Abu-Salha, 21, and Razan Abu-Salha, 19, were shot to death inside their condominium Feb.10. Their neighbor, 46-year-old Craig Hicks, was arrested and charged with three counts of murder. Police have said Hicks committed the crimes because of an ongoing parking dispute. They say one of the victims had parked in Hicks’ spot […]

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    NEW: Suspect pleads guilty to the murder of missing Oklahoma teenager

    UPDATE: 2/13/15 EDMOND, Okla- Chadd Raymond pled guilty Friday in connection with the murder of Anne Hill. He was sentenced to life in prison but the judge suspended all but the first 35 years. He says he and Chloe Thomas strangled Hill April 11, 2014. Her body has still not been found. 1/12/15 EDMOND,  Okla. – A metro family is still searching for the body of their daughter. Anne Hill was reported missing last April. In October, authorities arrested 16-year-old […]