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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    Oklahoma city manager moving forward after three former officers charged

    CRESCENT, Okla. – Janet Smith says she knew she had inherited some problems when she took over as the city manager of Crescent last year. After an investigation and three arrests, she says they are on their way to solving those problems and getting things back in order. “Obviously, whenever I let the chief of police go, that became my primary focus,” said Smith. Smith started her job as the Crescent city manager on Oct. 1 of last year. Just 20 days […]

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    Congressman, Oklahoma residents could be affected by controversial turnpike

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It was standing room only at the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority’s meeting Tuesday morning. There’s a lot of interest in the future path of a turnpike loop, because it could end up displacing many people in eastern Oklahoma County. The new highway would connect I-40 to I-44 somewhere in the area of Peebly Rd. Congressman Steve Russell made an appearance at the meeting, saying he too could be affected by this. He’s a homeowner in Choctaw and is asking for […]

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    Organization: Controversial Senate bill could do away with some Oklahoma gun shows

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a controversial Senate bill that some say would do away with gun shows at the state fairgrounds. There were 27 gun shows at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds last year. But Second Amendment rights advocates say if Senate Bill 1347 passes, those could be a thing of the past. They’re now pitted in a battle with the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. “Our experience with the chamber is that they’re not all that pro gun.  As a matter of fact, […]

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    New proposal calls for teacher pay raises, consolidating school districts

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Dorraine Matheson teaches 4th grade at the Crooked Oak School District. She loves the idea of a $10,000 raise. “Of course that’s awesome!  If we could be competitive, Oklahoma be competitive with the surrounding states, that would be fabulous,” said Matheson. But she says she would not be willing to give up her small district of only 1,200 students for the jump in pay. “It’s more a community, a family and you’re not just, you know, part of […]

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    Facebook graphic causes a stir among Oklahoma parents

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a graphic making the rounds on Facebook that has people up in arms. It shows that tax breaks for horizontal drilling have increased by about the same amount that school aid funding has been slashed. David Blatt with the Oklahoma Policy Institute, a Tulsa-based state think tank, put the graphic together a couple years back. “We looked at the cost of that tax break for horizontal drilling, how much revenue was being abandoned, because we were […]

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    Thousands show up to hear Trump speak in Tulsa

    OKLAHOMA – Thousands of people packed the Maybee Center at Oral Roberts University to hear republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. He was accompanied by former vice presidential candidate and Alaskan governor, Sarah Palin, who just endorsed Trump on Tuesday. During his speech, Trump attacked the media, as he has in the past at rallies, saying photographers wouldn’t turn their cameras to show the crowds. “These cameras never show the crowds,” Trump said. “They never show the crowds.” Trump ordered photographers to […]

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    Should Garvin County shooter have been out of prison?

    OKLAHOMA – New questions are being raised over the alleged gunman in the Garvin County double shooting on Monday. Two 19-year-old men were shot in the head, and an 18-year-old woman narrowly missed the gunfire on a dirt road just north of Wynnewood. Two other men, Roger Arles, 18, and Trevor Noland, 21, were arrested for the crime. The Garvin County sheriff said both were involved but Noland was the shooter. And, he told NewsChannel 4 in an e-mail that he […]

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    OnStar leads authorities to men accused of Garvin County double shooting

    GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities say two 19-year-old men were airlifted to a hospital in Oklahoma City after being shot in the head on a rural road in Garvin County. Investigators say it all started early Monday morning when five people, four men and a woman, met up at a casino in Sulphur. They all got into the same pickup truck and at some point, an argument ensued. It ended on the dirt road just north of Wynnewood when two of […]

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    “He wasn’t bringing her back to me,” Oklahoma City mother shaken after toddler taken by relative

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A missing and endangered child was found safe Thursday morning after police searched for her for hours. The 2-year-old had been taken by a relative and police had reason to believe she was in danger. It all started Thursday around 12 p.m. when Michael Webb brought the little girl to Children’s Hospital to be examined for signs of abuse. Before doctors were done with their investigation, Webb took the child and left. That sparked a hunt for the […]

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    Fracking fire damage totals almost $50 million

    GRADY COUNTY, Okla. – The raging fire sent flames and thick black smoke into the sky. It broke out around 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at a Continental Resources oil field site just east of Chickasha. On Thursday – the devastating damage was clear. The Grady County Fire Chief tell us 22 different truck/trailer combinations were completely destroyed – each one valued at $1.8 million dollars. Despite that, the fire chief tells us it could have been much worse. “Yesterday, when […]

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    Is bribery “repugnant” to the Oklahoma constitution?

    OKLAHOMA – A 16 billion dollar refund is at stake for customers of the old Southwestern Bell telephone company. The Oklahoma Corporation Commission was discussing, once again, the case that dates back to the 1980’s. It could boil down to $17,000 for each Oklahoma telephone number from 1987 to 1994. A lot of decisions have to be made before that could happen and, at Wednesday’s Corporation Commission meeting, they focused on one word – an unusual one that could have […]