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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
  • Legislature heads into last day of session with budget not settled

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The House of Representatives will have to vote on the budget bill on the last day of the session. And, some members of the House are expressing concern over the measure. “This budget is not built on real dollars. This budget is on shaky constitutional ground. And, this legislature needs to stop playing fast and loose with the rules that the people of Oklahoma have set forward for us,” said Representative Jason Dunnington (D) District 88. Dunnington […]

  • Legislature passes measures increasing fees on vehicle purchases and cigarettes

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Debate raged in both the House and Senate on Wednesday over whether two measures passed were constitutional. The legislature is not supposed to hear revenue raising measures in the last 5 days of session. But proponents of the measures argued these were being passed for reasons other than revenue and plugging the budget hole. The House passed a measure that repeals a tax exemption on purchases of new and used vehicles. Oklahomans buying vehicles will now have […]

  • Oklahoma City first responders forced to make cuts

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police Chief, Bill Citty and Oklahoma City Fire Chief, Keith Bryant both presented their budgets for next year to the city council Tuesday morning. Both are being forced to make cuts, but not drastic ones. The police department is cutting eight officer positions. “Nobody loses their job. They’re vacant positions. And I mean just because of the budget this year, you know and having to cut the budget, it just got down to that,” said […]

  • Midwest City police search for suspects who trashed convenience store

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – Police said it all started with a fight outside the Circle K convenience store at Tinker Diagonal and Sooner Road in Midwest City. Two groups of females were fighting and, when a clerk told them she would call police if they didn’t stop, their anger turned on employees. One of the clerks called 911. You can hear yelling in the background of the call. “There’s an altercation with a bunch of females coming in here trying […]

  • Dozens of May 2013 Tornado Lawsuits Settled

    OKLAHOMA – Around 50 lawsuits arising after the May 2013 tornadoes in Oklahoma have now been settled. All of those lawsuits were filed by attorney Jeff Marr on behalf of his clients who felt like their insurance companies were not paying enough to fix their tornado damaged homes. These particular lawsuits were all against State Farm and Farmer’s Insurance but Marr still has several more pending against other insurance companies. “They feel like they’ve gotten justice but they’ve still lost […]

  • Deal falls through on revenue raising measures at the capitol

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Democratic and Republican leaders met with the governor into the evening on Wednesday, trying to hammer out a deal to generate enough money to plug an almost $900 million shortfall in our state budget. Democratic leaders said they thought a deal had been struck but it all fell through Thursday morning. “My caucus walked in this morning and accepted a 5 percent deal starting July 1 on all new wells. We accepted the deal. We’re done. We’re […]

  • Time still ticking on state budget deal

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Another day of the legislative session is over, and there is still no budget deal. Although, the majority and minority leaders of both parties were meeting with the governor late Wednesday afternoon. Tuesday night, the only significant revenue raising measure to be voted on this session failed. House Bill 2414 would have raised taxes on cigarettes, gas and diesel fuel and shortened the amount of time for tax breaks on oil and gas wells. “I couldn’t vote […]

  • Logan County Commission upset over “party” donation

    LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – It’s an audit that has Logan County commissioners upset over the way some of their money is being handled. The recently released audit of the Oklahoma Cooperative Circuit Engineering District Board uncovered what it called several “questionable purchases.” One of those was a donation to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation of $5,000 for its 100 year anniversary. The department held celebrations at their offices across the state. “That’s our money. That’s the people’s money. And, they shouldn’t […]

  • Oklahoma City police investigate after 3-year-old shot in the arm at home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police are investigating Monday after a 3-year-old child has been shot in the arm. They were called just before noon to a home at 2509 S.E. 51st Street. The 3-year-old boy was taken to a hospital and listed in good condition. Police tell us there were three adults and three children in the home at the time. They were not sure exactly how the 3-year-old was shot. The other two young children were unharmed and […]

  • Oklahoma officer pulls taser in flap over parking ticket

    NORTH ENID, Okla. – Kali Wood was driving to her home in North Enid from getting a spray tan when she saw her friend, Gary Duckworth, out mowing his yard. She pulled over to the side of the road to talk to him. She’d been there for about 10 minutes when a North Enid police officer pulled up in front of her with his lights on and informed her she was in a no parking zone. There are signs along […]

  • Controversial fracking bill passes Senate committee

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A measure that would expand horizontal drilling is facing some opposition from an unlikely source. Senate Bill 867 passed out of the Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget by a vote of 32 to 10 late Tuesday afternoon. The bill would expand horizontal drilling by allowing lateral wells to be drilled in all geologic formations and in larger areas. Proponents say it would generate more money and jobs for Oklahoma, but some smaller oil and gas companies […]