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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, Bryan, live in Oklahoma City with their three young children. They attend Crossings Community Church.

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    Oklahoma Blood Institute working to fill air ambulances with O-negative blood

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Air ambulances are often the first line of treatment for Oklahomans who suffer traumatic injuries during an accident. Officials estimate the state’s fleet of air ambulances make more than 2,000 flights a year, but they want them to be prepared for everything. Right now, only one of Oklahoma’s 23 air ambulances has a full supply of O-negative blood. Oklahoma Blood Institute officials said that’s just not acceptable and they’re on a mission to get more O-negative donors. Many […]

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    Oklahoma representative’s Facebook post about Islam creates controversy

    OKLAHOMA – The term “Islamophobia” is coming to the forefront after the deadly nightclub shooting in Orlando. That shooter claimed to be Muslim. Today, nonprofits from around the state gathered at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum for a workshop on Islamophobia and how to combat it in their work and in the community. Adam Soltani, the executive director of the Oklahoma Council on American Islamic Relations, said a recent Facebook post by State Representative Pat Ownbey could be an […]

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    No arrests more than a year after hit-and-run that left 2-year-old boy dead

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – The small memorial to a life taken way too soon still sits along the side of Westech Road outside Shawnee. It’s been sitting there for more than a year now and Aun’Dreis Tramble’s mom is growing increasingly frustrated with a hit and run investigation that has hit a dead end. “There’s no point of ya’ll to keep going like if ya’ll just would’ve stopped at least. I’m not saying it would’ve brought my son back. But at […]

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    Personal finance courses may be latest casualty of Oklahoma’s budget crisis

    OKLAHOMA – Education cuts are hitting what some said are the most crucial things we teach our kids in school. It’s called personal financial literacy, and it was made a graduation requirement by the legislature back in 2007. But, now, some teachers said the state is taking away the resources they need to teach this. The Personal Finance Institute is going on this week at UCO. It helps teachers learn how to teach their students about personal finance. Monday morning’s topic was gambling. […]

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    Opponents to state question say bill puts our water in jeopardy

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s the state question that’s been dubbed the “right to farm,” but some are saying it simply paves the way for big corporations to pollute Oklahoma’s resources. Opponents of State Question 777 gathered on the banks of the Oklahoma River on Friday afternoon, saying if the measure passes, it will keep the legislature and cities from being able to protect our water. “777 says subject to no regulation, and we can’t stand that. Our lakes can’t stand […]

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    ACLU: Department of Public Safety sought access to bank accounts with controversial card readers

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The controversy continues over the new card reader system being used by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. The ERAD system is a portable card reader that lets troopers read the information on pre-paid debit or gift cards when they’re discovered in a traffic stop. OHP has said they can’t access or seize funds in a bank account, but the Oklahoma American Civil Liberties Union says the Department of Public Safety tried to get the ability to do just that. […]

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    Mary Fallin disapproves of controversial pay raise for Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust’s new CEO

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Patrice Douglas, former Edmond mayor and corporation commissioner, was named the new CEO of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Tuesday afternoon. In a statement, the chair of the TSET Board of Directors, Jim Gebhart, said “Her experience in business, banking, community service and building partnershps across the state will be a valuable asset as we work together to build a brighter, healthier, more prosperous future for Oklahoma.” But it’s the salary that Douglas will be making that is […]

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    Metro girl says she was kicked off softball team because she’s diabetic

    OKLAHOMA – Ten-year-old Lundyn Cox loves sports. “I kind of just like to be part of a team and hitting the ball, catching the ball,” Cox said. Cox was diagnosed with type one diabetes when she was 6 years old. She’s learned how to manage it around her practices and games. “You gotta do less insulin, more insulin if you’re high, make sure you’re not low,” Cox said. Cox’s mom said she was shocked when her daughter’s softball coach told her […]

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    Search ongoing for missing Duncan boy with autism

    DUNCAN, Okla. – Twelve different agencies are continuing their search for missing Damion Davidson, the 8-year-old Duncan boy with autism. The last time anyone saw the little boy was 2 a.m. Sunday morning when his mom checked on him as he was sleeping. When the family woke up later that morning, he was gone. They found two bean bags stacked by the front door where it appeared Damion unlocked it. Sunday morning is when torrential rains hit the Duncan area, leaving […]

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    Duncan police call in dive teams, OHP to assist in search for missing 8-year-old boy with autism

    DUNCAN, Okla. – Duncan police are continuing their search this morning for an 8-year-old boy with autism who went missing from his home early Sunday morning. Damion Davidson was last seen by his parents in his bed sometime around 2 a.m., his aunt told KFOR. “He is autistic. He cannot speak. With the terrific downpour of rain that they’ve had in Duncan and all the flooding down there, we’re very concerned,” Kathy Davidson, Damion’s aunt, said. The main concern is because […]

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    Education leaders vote to cut almost $40 million from Public School Activities budget

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Tough decisions were made at the State Board of Education meeting Friday afternoon. Because of budget cuts, board members were forced to vote on cutting funds to dozens of programs. It was a special meeting that would normally be held later in the month but the state superintendent, Joy Hofmeister, said schools are waiting and they need to know where these cuts are being made. Hofmeister says they worked hard to save top priorities like SoonerStart, which helps […]