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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
  • Car crash kills OU student, 5 others in serious condition

    TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa police are investigating a car crash that killed an OU student and left five others in serious condition. It happened over the weekend when a vehicle crossed the center line smashing head on into an SUV with 6 people inside. Police believe the driver of the vehicle that crossed over may have been drinking. Taylor Witcher was in the vehicle that was hit and she died from injuries sustained in that accident. She was a member […]

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    UPDATE: 17-year-old drowns at a popular Oklahoma lake

    UPDATE: Officials confirmed Monday that the victim who went under the water at Lake Thunderbird has died. Authorities say 17-year-old Woodrow Ethan Swecker, from Yukon, was taken to Norman Regional Hospital but died just before 6 a.m. on Monday at Children’s Hospital.   NORMAN, Okla. – A lazy summer Sunday at Lake Thunderbird quickly turned frantic when something went wrong and a man went under the water, but didn’t come back up. It happened around 5:30 in the evening at an […]

  • GRAPHIC: Oklahoma church defies typical church stereotypes with their latest outreach

    WARNING, THIS STORY CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.  SHAWNEE, Okla. – A small church in Shawnee is defying typical church stereotypes with their latest outreach. When you think of church certain images probably come to mind. But what about “Stand up and beat his ass.” We’re at rage in the cage in Choctaw. Mixed Martial arts, or cage fighting, is extremely popular. But one of the fight teams out here tonight, comes from church. “We hear some criticism […]

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    Tornado damaged homes sit unrepaired more than a year later

    MOORE, Okla. – As Moore rebuilds from the deadly May 20th tornado, there are signs of fresh starts everywhere. New homes are rising from the ground in many different neighborhoods. But it’s hard to believe that more than a year after the storm, some homes still sit in disrepair. Earlier this year, the city sent out 181 condemnation notices. Most of those came down without the city having to get involved. Others, the property owners are still working on. The […]

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    Class action lawsuit filed against Norman Regional Hospital

    NORMAN, Okla. – Norman Regional Hospital is the target of a class action lawsuit claiming the hospital has been illegally billing patients. The people suing are all drug or alcohol suspects who were brought to the hospital by law enforcement to have their blood tested. The plaintiffs say they were then sent the bill for that testing. They claim state law says they shouldn’t be responsible for that bill; the law enforcement agency should. Six plaintiffs are listed in the […]

  • James Garner mourned by childhood friends in Norman

    NORMAN, Okla. – Roy Hamilton knew James Garner before he hit the big time. “I don’t remember not knowing him. We went to grade school together, went to junior high and high school together,” said Hamilton. Hamilton spoke about Garner’s passing in front of the statue immortalizing the actor on Main Street in Norman. Hamilton was instrumental in getting the statue erected. “We just kind of wanted to do something for him,” said Hamilton. Garner lived with Hamilton for about […]

  • Police: Shawnee armed robbery was fake

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Shawnee police say they’ve wrapped up their investigation on an armed robbery that happened last month at the Rib Crib. One of the suspects now behind bars is the man who reported the crime in the first place. “He’s a very likeable individual, very polite and it probably all will be related. You know I think drugs were involved and people make bad decisions when drugs get involved,” said Shawnee police detective, Charles Swantek. The crime happened […]

  • Charges filed in 32 year old Norman rape case

    NORMAN, Okla. – There are stunning new developments in a 32 year old Norman rape case. After one wrongful conviction and almost two decades of silence, prosecutors have filed charges against a Mississippi man. The crime happened back in 1982 when an OU college student was raped in her apartment. Thomas Webb was arrested and convicted of the crime. “I went in when I was 21 years old and came out when I was 36,” said Webb. He served 14 […]

  • Child found wandering alone, mom discovered dead

    GARBER, Okla. – Neighbors in Garber discovered the body of their neighbor after her four-year-old daughter was found wandering in the street alone. Jim Rowell and his wife were returning to their Garber home Saturday afternoon when they found the little girl. “Right up here about Main Street, four blocks away, was a little girl just in a nasty diaper, barefooted in the middle of the road,” said Rowell. Rowell asked the girl where her mom was and the child […]

  • Insurance company sues Moore homeowner

    MOORE, Okla. – It’s a twist to a story we’ve reported many times since the May 20th Moore tornado. We’ve told you about several homeowners suing their insurance companies for not settling fairly with them after the storm. Well, now one of those insurance companies sued their client. Paul Hernandez has a pending lawsuit against Liberty Mutual. He says they offered him $40,000 to repair his home after the tornado. “I was kind of shocked, really. I figured it was […]

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    Guthrie mom sounding alarm about potential predator

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – A Guthrie mom is sounding the alarm after she says her three little children were almost abducted by a stranger offering them candy from his car. Amanda Paulson’s three children, ages 7, 5 and 3 were playing in their grandfather’s yard Sunday evening. The kids said a car pulled up right beside them. “They said ‘candy, kids,'” said Destiny Paulson, the oldest. Destiny says she put her younger brother and sister behind her, backed away from the […]