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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.


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    Murder victim’s mother testifies against Oklahoma woman in trial

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s been more than two and a half years since 16-year-old Anne Hill seemingly vanished. No one had any idea what happened to the Casady student until Chloe Thomas came forward to police in October of 2014 to confess to her involvement in the crime. She initially said she just helped dispose of Hill’s body and implicated another suspect, Chadd Raymond. Thomas was initially charged with accessory to murder, but that was changed to murder after Raymond gave […]

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    Suspect arrested for maiming after biting part of man’s lip off

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Enid man was jailed in Oklahoma City this weekend on a charge of maiming, accused of biting part of another man’s lip off. Ralfael Chubbs was arrested early Sunday morning at the Crown Plaza Hotel on Northwest Expressway. Chubbs and the victim work together in Enid but were in the city for a birthday party. When police arrived, they found the victim in the lobby, covered in blood. According to the report, he was “missing a […]

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    Oklahoma City police shoot and kill suspect at apartment disturbance

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two Oklahoma City police officers are on routine administrative leave after being involved in a confrontation with an armed suspect. They opened fire, killing that suspect. It happened around 12:30 Sunday morning at the Brookwood Village apartments near S.W. 89th and Western. Multiple residents called 911 to report gunshots fired at the apartment complex. “First I started hearing yelling.  It’s muffled.  And then all of a sudden, 7 gunshots, boom, boom, boom, boom, rang out.  Two seconds went […]

  • Earthquake damage in Cushing

    Buildings remain closed, residents remain homeless 5 days after earthquake

    CUSHING, Okla. – A Red Cross emergency shelter set up for residents of Cimarron Tower closed Friday afternoon, leaving close to 40 people  to be bused to a hotel in Drumright. Those residents had been staying at the shelter since a 5.0 magnitude earthquake heavily damaged their building Sunday evening. Cimarron Tower is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development property, so people who live there have subsidized rent and operate on low-incomes. A member of the board of […]

  • Edmond Walmart proposal

    Judge gives green light to controversial Edmond Walmart

    EDMOND, Okla. – A neighborhood market will soon make its way near an Edmond intersection, but it hasn’t been without controversy. The Edmond City Council said, ‘no.’ The Edmond Planning Commission said, ‘no.’ Now, a district judge has said, ‘yes.’ “I just don’t know what’s going on. If city council had struck it down repeatedly, what’s happening?” said Jessica Preston-Peskin, an Asheford Oaks resident . Asheford Oaks is just one of the surrounding neighborhoods that has hired an attorney to […]

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    Judge sides with landowners who want to build Edmond Walmart

    EDMOND, Okla. – A judge has sided with landowners who want to build a Walmart in Edmond. A district judge has sided with Covell Creek, LLC in its dispute with the City of Edmond over a proposed Walmart. The city rejected the landowner’s plan to build a Walmart at Covell and Coltrane so they appealed the decision in district court. The judge sided in the landowner’s favor. The city now has 30 days from the date of the judgment, November […]

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    A win and a loss for public education after election

    OKLAHOMA – Education proponents in our state said they enjoyed some victories as well as one big defeat in Tuesday’s election. State question 779, a penny sales tax proposal that would have funded teacher pay raises, was soundly defeated. But, 42 people considered “pro-education” won their races. They’ve been dubbed “apples” by one education political action committee. And, many are now looking to them to make some big changes at the state capitol. One of those “apples” is Mickey Dollens, […]

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    Oklahoma Corporation Commission takes action after Cushing earthquake; Some say it’s not enough

    OKLAHOMA – The Oklahoma Corporation Commission announced on Tuesday their response to the 5.0 earthquake Sunday night in Cushing. The plan covers a total of 58 disposal wells that inject into the Arbuckle formation. They ordered all Arbuckle disposal wells within 6 miles of the quake’s epicenter to cease operations. Wells within 10 miles must reduce their volume by 25 percent of their last 30 day average. And, wells within 15 miles are limited in volume to their last 30 […]

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    Downtown Cushing shut down after 5.0 quake

    CUSHING, Okla. – Windows are being boarded up and glass is being swept up after a 5.0 earthquake hit Cushing. The downtown area took the brunt of the force. City leaders cordoned it off Sunday night but were letting some business owners in to assess the damage and start cleaning up. “It’s a mess,” said Garry Smith, who has a booth in the antique store with his wife. “Our stuff’s everywhere.” Some owners got up on the roofs of the […]

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    Funding for cold cases, missing persons getting cut

    OKLAHOMA – Anthropologists in our state said it will be a blow to solving cold cases in our state. They’ve just learned a federal grant that funds DNA testing for missing persons will no longer be funded. The grant is through the National Institute of Justice and is called Using DNA Technology To Identify the Missing. It provides $4.7 million for the entire country and has been in existence since 2004. Oklahoma has been using the grant since 2009, and […]

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    Woman who found Vance glad she could help end manhunt

    OKLAHOMA – Cathy RomanNose was on her friend Don Williamson’s land, looking for firewood, when they saw it. “We were out there, going down the creek bed, looking for the tree we were going to get, and Don goes ‘Hey, there’s a car over there,'” RomanNose said. RomanNose said she recognized the car from the news. It was partially buried under some brush. “I got to looking some more, and I thought that car looks familiar and I said that […]