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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
  • Oklahoma woman fights to preserve Confederate monument

    DURANT, Okla. – The monument with a confederate soldier looking out over the town has stood for 100 years in front of the Bryan County Courthouse. As monuments like it are coming under fire around the country, it is finding help from an unlikely ally. “I’m trying to at least hold on and to claim the history and the heritage that is mine, not just white folk. But, that heritage belongs to me, too,” said Arlene Barnum. If you see […]

  • Oklahoma officials: Homeowner’s insurance doesn’t cover flood damage

    EDMOND, Okla. – The images of Tropical Storm Harvey bring up raw emotions for Jennifer O’Brien. “I see the houses in Houston right now, and I know what they’re going through. And, to walk into your house and see everything, you know, it was quite devastating,” O’Brien said. Her Edmond home flooded back in June of 2010. The water reached above the mailboxes. “So, there was four feet of water in the garage and then 18 inches in the house […]

  • “Our businesses won’t be able to grow,” Business leaders discuss state of Oklahoma schools

    OKLAHOMA CITY – More than 500 business leaders gathered at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum on Wednesday for the 13th annual ‘State of the Schools.’ Officials with the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce said business and education are linked and their members need to know what’s going on in the schools. “Education is the lifeblood of all our businesses. If we don’t have quality of education, our businesses won’t be able to grow,” said Drew Dugan, vice […]

  • Two inmates on the run after allegedly hijacking transport vehicle in Oklahoma

    FAIRVIEW, Okla. – Officials continue to search for two inmates who hijacked the private van transporting them early Tuesday morning. Major County sheriff’s deputies were alerted to the situation around 3:30 am after receiving a 911 call. “I have several people who were taken hostage and recently released and one of them claims to be an agent, an extradition agent,” said the caller. It happened while the van was traveling down Highway 412 near Fairview. Officials say the two inmates […]

  • “I was floored,” Oklahoma man gets PIKEPASS bill months after selling truck

    OKLAHOMA CITY – David Coats sold his old F-150 last December and bought his “OU” red one. “It’s everything I’ve ever wanted in a truck,” Coats said. He thought he’d taken care of everything. “There’s my new PIKEPASS, and I went immediately and got that done,” Coats said. But, just a couple months after the sale, he got a bill for the old truck passing through a tollbooth without a PIKEPASS. “I thought, if it was that simple, they could […]

  • Norman man’s eyes permanently damaged after looking at sun during 1974 eclipse

    NORMAN, Okla. – Stephen Starling was in the 4th grade at Jackson Elementary in Norman. The year was 1974, and his class was excitedly outside to watch the partial eclipse. “They had us create the boxes with the pinhole. Of course, there were no glasses. I’m that old. There were no glasses back then,” Starling said. But, Starling said he couldn’t see the shadow in his box and he got frustrated. “So, I turned the box around and I thought, […]

  • Guthrie man faces charges after allegedly duct-taping wife’s hands, beating her

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – A Guthrie man is facing a litany of charges including rape, kidnapping and domestic assault after authorities said he beat his wife and held her against her will for hours. Authorities said it all started the early morning hours of August 15 when the victim was driving her husband to work. “It’s pretty extreme. It’s one of the more extreme cases,” said Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux. The husband and wife pulled off near an oil field […]

  • ‘The FBI gave him every means to make this happen,’ Family of man arrested in plan to bomb downtown Oklahoma City building say his mental illness was taken advantage of

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The family of a man arrested for trying to blow up the BancFirst building in downtown Oklahoma City said he is not a criminal but a mentally ill young man. Jerry Varnell, 23, was arrested over the weekend after an undercover agent, who had been working with him for months, said he tried to detonate a bomb to blow up the building. The FBI said they thwarted what could have been a major disaster. Varnell’s family, though, […]

  • Oklahoma Geological Survey conducting low-level flights to find fault lines responsible for earthquakes

    NORMAN, Okla. – The Oklahoma Geological Survey is teaming up with the US Geological Survey in an effort to figure out what’s causing all the shaking in our state. They are contracting with Goldak Airborne Surveys, which is launching a small Piper airplane from Altus with a magnetic sensor in the tail. That sensor will be taking images, similar to ultrasounds, up to five miles below the ground’s surface. “They take a pattern sort of like mowing the lawn. So, […]

  • Oklahoma mother scared son could die at Oklahoma County Jail

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Areo Mirzababa wheeled himself into an Oklahoma County courtroom Monday morning. Mirzababa is an inmate at the Oklahoma County Jail, but he’s not a typical prisoner. He is in a wheelchair because he’s paralyzed from the chest down after he was shot in 2015. He was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on August 4 on a drug trafficking charge. Mirzababa was already serving a suspended sentence on three charges of possession of drugs. His mother and […]

  • 14-year-old driver crashes, kills two girls ages 12,13 

    WOODWARD, Okla. – A 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old girl are both dead after a car crash just before 1:00 a.m. Wednesday in Woodward. The person who was driving the car that crashed was a 14-year-old boy. According to the accident report, he was trying to outrun a Woodward police officer when the car went airborne and flipped, ejecting three of the passengers inside. Katana Richey, 13, was one of the victims of the crash. “We’re pretty sick. We’re pretty […]