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


Recent Articles
  • Should cosmetology be regulated in Oklahoma?

    We all trust the hair or nail salon we’re going to uses sanitary practices and knows what they’re doing. Currently, all salons are inspected two times a year. But, a national organization, The Institute for Justice, is trying to change that – pushing for many industries, including cosmetology, to be deregulated. “They wouldn’t have to go to school at all. They would just go out and whack on somebody’s hair I guess until they get good,” said Don Duncan, owner […]

  • “They’re chasing me right now,” 3 arrested after allegedly shooting at vehicle outside police department

    BETHANY, Okla. –  Bethany police have arrested three people for shooting with intent to kill after a fight between two groups turned dangerous in front of the police department. Around 1 a.m. on Tuesday morning, 911 dispatchers in Bethany received a frantic call for help from a driver. “They’re chasing me right now,” the caller said. “We’re trying to get away from them. They’re still behind us on 39th Expressway,” said another person in the vehicle. Police said it all started […]

  • Windows shattered by gunfire at northwest Oklahoma City businesses

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Gail White was still cleaning up the mess Monday afternoon. Shattered glass looking almost like glittering Christmas decorations littered the floor inside her store, The Brew Shop OKC, at N.W. 28th and Pennsylvania. She crunched over the glass sweeping it up and dumping it with a loud clatter into a nearby trash can. “It’s tough because you work hard, small business, try to make a living, and people do senseless things like this and it’s aggravating,” White […]

  • “We will not be intimidated,” Freedom Oklahoma damaged by gunfire

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma organization that represents those in the LGBTQ community has been targeted by vandals. Officials say that when a cleaning crew arrived at Freedom Oklahoma on Sunday morning, they discovered several bullet holes in the doors to the building. Organizers say the bullets appear to be from a small-caliber weapon. The bullets shattered one panel of glass, and four other glass panels were damaged. Fortunately, no one was inside the building at the time of the […]

  • Death of man who doused self in gasoline, then tased by officer under investigation

    LINDSAY, Okla. – A man died a fiery death after an encounter with Lindsay police near the town Tuesday night. The officers were called to a rural part of McClain County on reports of a man acting erratic with a gun. “It was kind of a situation that they could not win. They could only do the best that they could do,” said the Lindsay City Manager, Stephen Mills. Mills say his officers were faced with a split second difficult […]

  • Officials investigating fiery death of Oklahoma man who doused himself in gas, then was tased by officer

    LINDSAY, Okla. – OSBI and the McClain County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a fiery death in Lindsay. Tuesday night, the sheriff’s department got a call saying someone spotted the van of a man who had been reported missing from Norman. The subject was also reportedly suicidal. Two Lindsay police officers were first on scene. Officials say the man had doused himself in gasoline and exited the van with a lighter in his hand. The police officers ordered him to drop […]

  • Young Oklahoma company lands multimillion-dollar contract to help restore power in Puerto Rico

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Questions are swirling over how a young Oklahoma company scored a $200 million contract to help restore power to Puerto Rico. Mammoth Energy is based in Oklahoma City and specializes in oilfield services. But, in January – they formed Cobra Acquisitions, to get into the electric transmission and distribution business. Mammoth announced Cobra was awarded the contract just last month. Sarah Terry-Cobo covers the energy sector for the The Journal Record. She listened in to a call last […]

  • Canadian County sheriff’s deputy off the force after wrecking patrol car

    PIEDMONT, Okla. – A Canadian County deputy is off the force after getting arrested Friday night in Piedmont, allegedly driving his patrol car drunk. Piedmont police said Cameron Henderson took out several different mailboxes and damaged some fences in two different neighborhoods. “He hit our culvert, ramped the culvert, hit the gas meter, stopped at the gas meter, backed up, peeled out,” said Amber Woods. Woods came home Friday night to a mess in her front yard – her mailbox […]

  • Ada teen sets fire to house with his mother inside; two officers injured

    ADA, Okla. – An Ada teenager is behind bars on accusations he set fire to his house with his mother inside. According to court documents, the teen set fire to a curtain in his bedroom Sunday morning and then left the house without telling his mother. A neighbor down the street first noticed the smoke. “The lady across the street said, ‘I’m on the phone with the fire department’ and I asked her if there was anybody in the house. […]

  • Two police officers suffered smoke inhalation trying to save Oklahoma teen who allegedly started house fire

    ADA, Okla. – Two police officer suffered smoke inhalation while trying to save a 17-year-old Oklahoma boy from a house fire that he allegedly started. Sunday, a home in the 600 block of W. 8th St. caught fire in Ada. When police officers arrived on scene, a woman who resided at the home told police that her 17-year-old son was still inside the home. The officers rushed into the home to save the boy, but could not find him. They […]

  • Audit of Oklahoma State Department of Health underway after commissioner resigns

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An audit of the Oklahoma State Department of Health is now underway after the resignations of the commissioner and senior deputy commissioner. Dr. Terry Cline and Julie Cox-Kain’s resignations were accepted at an emergency meeting for the Oklahoma State Department of Health board Monday night. A statement released by the board read, in part, “The resignation of Commissioner Cline came on the heels of information received by the Board that OSDH is faced with an immediate financial […]