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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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    “We just want to do everything we can to keep it,” Edmond residents fighting developer

    EDMOND, Okla. – “This is a prime piece of natural green space behind us. And, we just want to do everything we can to keep it that way,” said Bryan Coyer. Coyer lives in the Smiling Hill addition near 33rd and Bryant in Edmond. His home backs up to a peaceful green belt, one he thought would always be there. The six acres used to be owned by Edmond’s First Baptist Church. The church sits on the property closer to the […]

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    Victim’s daughter wants suspect in I-35 crash arrested

    OKLAHOMA – “My mom was my, she was my best friend,” said Shayla Tabbert. Tabbert cries as she remembers the mom with a great sense of humor. She cries as she remembers how her mom changed after the crash. “She was in a coma for a week and, when she woke up, she just never did anything,” Tabbert said. Tiffany Valenzuela died on July 4, unable to recover from her brain injury. She was the passenger in a vehicle with […]

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    Drainage ditch debacle: Oklahoma woman asking Shawnee to pay for flood damage

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – A Shawnee resident says the city is responsible for flood damage to her home. Nancy Spencer’s home flooded in June 2015 after the city experienced torrential rains. More than a year later, the damage is still evident with cracked floors, the stench of mold and everything crooked from the house settling. “It smells like dirty, stale, mold and water. I mean still to this day,” said Spencer. “This bedroom here is pretty much, it’s shot. They’re not sure […]

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    Multiple second degree murder charges filed for April crash, police search for suspect

    EDMOND, Okla.– It was raining the afternoon of April 17, 2016. It certainly didn’t help matters much as witnesses reported a driver who was “speeding, changing lanes unsafely, passing other motorists on the grass median to the left of the fast lane and passing other motorists on the right hand should and on exit ramps,” according to court documents. Investigators say David Blair II smashed through the cable barrier on I-35 just north of Covell and his Ford Expedition crashed […]

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    Judge certifies defendants in class action lawsuit over liquor tax

    OKLAHOMA – John Truel spent two years on his investigation, going to more than 1,600 restaurants across the state and buying alcoholic drinks. He said, a third of the time, he was overcharged. “In my Oklahoma language, it was people that were stealing money little by little, and it totaled a lot of money,” Truel said. “If you can steal 50 cents a day from a hundred people, well, you know, and then go over the years, that’s a significant […]

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    Corporation Commission votes to dismiss AT&T bribery application

    OKLAHOMA – It would have been the largest utility refund in history. But, Wednesday morning, it was voted down by the Corporation Commission. A group of prominent Oklahomans wants AT&T to refund about $16 billion to customers. This all stems from a bribed vote in the late 80’s when commissioners let AT&T, then Southwestern Bell, reinvest excess revenues in their infrastructure rather than returning it to rate payers. One of the commissioners and a Southwestern Bell attorney ended up going […]

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    Local attorney raises concerns over earthquake insurance

    OKLAHOMA – Saturday’s 5.6 earthquake in Pawnee has many Oklahomans talking about earthquake insurance again. One local attorney said he’s seeing a big problem with the way insurance companies are writing earthquake coverage – one he said Oklahomans need to know about. “’We don’t cover settlement’ is what insurance companies will say. ‘Settlement is and damage caused from settlement is excluded under terms and conditions of your policy,’” said Jeff Marr. Marr is representing several clients with earthquake damage. He […]

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    Earthquake damages homes, historic Pawnee Nation buildings

    OKLAHOMA – Denia Campbell woke up quite literally to the contents of her house dumped all over. “It’s like the whole house went that direction,” Campbell said. “This cabinet was up here.” She knew almost immediately it was an earthquake when she saw her dresser was lying on the bed. She immediately went into the living room looking for her African gray parrot. “I’m assuming she was thrown from her cage and, when I come into the living room, she was […]

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    Refunds to state agencies vs. teacher pay raises

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Governor Mary Fallin announced Thursday that the $140 million dollar state surplus would be returned equally to the state agencies who had to slash their budgets after two previous state revenue failures. The other option for that money was to hold a special session to talk about dedicating that money to teacher pay raises, a hot topic in our state right now. But the governor and legislators made the decision against the special session and now many are […]

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    Dibble City Clerk charged with embezzling more than $75,000

    DIBBLE, Okla.– Teddy Wooten says several months went by without Friends Country Church in Dibble getting a water bill. “We just didn’t know what was going on. You know, we (were) just expecting we (were) going to get a big water bill. Just didn’t think they (were) doing their job. We didn’t know anything about what was going on,” said Wooten. It surprised him to hear that Brandy Dover, the Dibble city clerk, was charged with embezzling more than $75,000. […]

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    Metro Couple’s Microwave Bursts Into Flames

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Christine Clay’s husband had just taken some bacon out of the microwave when smoke started billowing. “We heard some sizzling and then to me, it was a pop,” said Clay. “At first I didn’t see the flames and when we opened the cabinet doors and stuff that’s when the flames started coming out the top.” Clay tried to douse the flames while her husband ran to the garage to cut the electricity. She watched as the fire started […]