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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
  • ‘You just never dream that’s what’s going on behind closed doors,’ Oklahoma woman charged for bestiality, child pornography

    DEL CITY, Okla. — A Del City woman is in jail after being accused of sexually abusing children and animals. Angelique Mendell’s arrest came about as part of the FBI’s Innocent Images National Initiative. The unit investigates both real world and virtual child exploitation cases. An officer in Washington D.C. had taken over a group of web identities belonging to a known child pornography distributor. He was led right to Mendell. According to court documents, an agent working undercover chatted online […]

  • Sulphurstandoff

    Update: Police officer, OHP trooper shot during standoff in Sulphur, suspect in serious condition

    SULPHUR, Okla. – Two officers were shot during a standoff in Sulphur, Oklahoma. Initial reports indicate a female with a gun barricaded herself inside the Super Mutt Dog Grooming Salon around 3 p.m. Authorities said the woman was distraught over relationship issues.  Her partner called for police to check on her. Around 7 p.m., officials said a trooper was negotiating with the suspect who was reportedly threatening to kill herself. About an hour later, gunfire erupted. Authorities say one Sulphur […]

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    At it again: Oklahoma woman says anti-fracking “Frankensign” vandalized again

    STILLWATER, Okla. – The attacks keep coming on the ‘Stop Fracking Payne County’ signs in Stillwater. Last week, members of the anti-fracking group told us about their signs being stolen and vandalized. Ariel Ross said she’d been through about four signs before her husband decided to try and outsmart the vandals. He bolted the sign underground and attached metal plates to it. The sign dubbed “Frankensign” also had nails sticking out of it. It went untouched for about a week […]

  • Joanna Silva

    Oklahoma woman accused of stealing from cancer patient

    ENID, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman is accused of stealing from a cancer patient. Jana Cowan says when a good friend called saying she had no place else to go, she didn’t think twice before letting the woman into her home. However, she learned the hard way that it wasn’t the best thing to do. “I brought her in my home willingly because I thought that was the godly thing to do,” Cowan said. She allowed the woman to stay in her […]

  • Fracking debate turning nasty in Payne County

    STILLWATER, Okla. — The controversy over fracking is turning nasty in Payne County. Volunteers with Stop Fracking Payne County says someone has been stealing and mutilating their signs. “We were shocked out here in this neighborhood when we came home and saw, oh my gosh, the sign’s gone,” said Carolyn Meyer. Signs have not only been stolen, but also run over. “Obviously, they don’t agree with what’s on the sign and I don’t know.  We can’t catch them,” said Meyer. […]

  • Suspect out on bond for theft strikes again

    GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities say a man out on bond for stealing an $80,000 motor home is at it again. Kenneth Ray Wright, 28, was out on a $15,000 bond in Custer County for stealing the 40 foot RV from Floyd’s RV in Goldsby last week. Early Sunday morning, Garvin County authorities say he struck again at Pettit Machinery just south of town. Pettit Machinery employee Steve Danieley got the call 1:30 Sunday morning about a theft at the business. […]

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    Measles outbreak raising new concern

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Concerns over a recent measles outbreak are raising another question. If you don’t vaccinate your kids and they end up getting someone else sick – could you be sued? The number of measles cases for just the first month of 2015 is already greater than most average years. Some health officials say it’s because of the growing number of unvaccinated children. The recent measles outbreak linked to Disneyland is sparking debate on the issue of vaccinating children. […]

  • Oklahoma mother accused of kidnapping her own kids

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – A Midwest City father says he is desperate to get his two sons back. Hashim Mahmoud says the boys went for a visitation with their biological mom and never came home. He says 10-year-old Hiram Mahmoud and 9-year-old Jahhim Mahmoud haven’t been home since Halloween. “They only left here with two pairs of clothes and their toothbrush,” said Hashim Mahmoud. The boys have lived with Mahmoud and his wife since they were little. He says their […]

  • Blackwell, Okla.

    Gas leak at Oklahoma school sends students, staff to hospital

    BLACKWELL, Okla. – Students and staff members at an Oklahoma school were taken to the hospital Monday morning after suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. It happened just before 9:00 Monday morning in Blackwell, Oklahoma. A group of 7th grade boys was in the locker room of the practice room when several of them began feeling ill. “A couple of the little junior high kids ran up to us and said there were some kids that were passed out and were […]

  • Community pays tribute to 5-year-old girl who died after being diagnosed with flu, strep

    MOORE, Okla. – A community is paying tribute to a five-year-old girl who died after being diagnosed with the flu and strep throat. Hundreds of pink bows are flapping in the wind, tied to utility poles across Moore and south Oklahoma City. They are a tribute to Emersyn Waddle, or “Emmy”, the little five year old who died last week after being diagnosed with strep throat and the flu. Several members of the community gathered together Sunday afternoon to tie […]

  • Crumbling metro bridge causes traffic delays for drivers

    DEL CITY, Okla. — Rush hour traffic is always a mess, but it was especially nightmarish for commuters on I-40 Tuesday evening. I-40 eastbound in the Del City area was narrowed to one lane as crews raced to fix an area on the S.E. 15th bridge that was literally crumbling. A highway patrolman contacted the Department of Transportation around lunch time on Tuesday to let them know a section of the road was buckling.  Crews saw that it was rapidly […]