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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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    Hundreds sign petition against proposed northwest Oklahoma City development

    YUKON, Okla. – It’s roughly 320 acres of farmland stretching from Piedmont to Mustang Roads and Britton to Hefner. If a developer has his way, though, it will someday be Redstone Ranch, a neighborhood consisting of around 1,200 homes. But, hundreds of residents have signed a petition against it. “There’s already a burden placed on city responders trying to get out to the rural parts of town,” said Brandi Reynolds, who started the petition. “I moved out here, and […]

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    Dental Board Suspends License of Tulsa Dentist Accused of Murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY– The troubles just keep stacking up for Tulsa dentist, Bert Franklin. On Wednesday, Oklahoma County district judge, Cindy Truong, denied Franklin’s bond request, calling him a danger to the community. On Friday, the State Board of Dentistry, agreed. “The board no longer feels that anyone can go into an office that he’s in and be safe,” said executive director, Susan Rogers. Franklin was arrested in July after the death of his girlfriend’s son, 19 month old, Lincoln Lewis. Lewis […]

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    Prosecutors Say Home Surveillance Video Shows Tulsa Dentist Killing Metro Baby

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Stunning new evidence was introduced Wednesday morning at a bond hearing for Bert Franklin, 35, the Tulsa dentist accused of killing an Oklahoma City baby last month. Lincoln Lewis, 19 months, was rushed to Mercy Hospital in the early morning hours of July 17th. He was airlifted to a Tulsa Hospital where he later died. Doctors said he had a skull fracture and brain bleed that were consistent with abuse. Franklin had been dating Lewis’ mother, Roxanne Randall, […]

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    Opponents of Norman storm water utility plan say it hurts schools, churches

    NORMAN, Okla. It’s a controversial vote set to take place Tuesday in Norman. Residents will be voting to put a storm water utility in place. City officials said Norman is the largest city in Oklahoma without a storm water utility and something needs to be done to deal with flooding in the city and to protect Lake Thunderbird, the city’s source of drinking water. Under the plan, residents and businesses will be charged according to how many impervious surfaces are […]

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    District judge denies bond for dentist accused of killing baby

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A Tulsa dentist who is accused of killing a 19-month-old in Oklahoma City was denied bond Wednesday. Tulsa dentist accused of killing metro child in court for hearing. — Sarah Stewart (@SarahSkfor) August 17, 2016 A district judge denied bond for Bert Franklin Wednesday morning, calling him a danger to the community. Franklin is accused of killing 19-month-old Lincoln Lewis in July by causing a skull fracture and subdural hematomas. Evidence provided by the state at […]

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    Group Says AT&T Refund Could Be Answer To State Budget Crisis And Teacher Pay Raises

    OKLAHOMA CITY– The group, Oklahomans Against Bribery, say a potential AT&T refund could help solve the state’s budget crisis and get raises for teachers in Oklahoma. This all stems from a Corporation Commission decision in 1989 which allowed Southwestern Bell, which is now AT&T, to keep the excess revenues from a corporate tax reduction and reinvest that money, rather than refunding them to ratepayers. One of the commissioners at the time actually went to prison for accepting a bribe for […]

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    DUI offenders could get licenses back

    OKLAHOMA – Hundreds of DUI offenders could be getting their driver’s licenses back after an Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals ruling. This is all because their attorneys said their constitutional right to a speedy trial is being violated. When someone is arrested for DUI, there is a criminal component handled through the courts. But, if they want a hearing to try and get their license back, that happens at an administrative hearing at the Department of Public Safety. But, that […]

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    Oklahoma man arrested almost a year after his dogs killed metro man

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma man is arrested for second-degree manslaughter almost a year after his five pit bulls killed a man. The victim’s family worried the owner would never be held responsible. The brutal mauling took place in the backyard of a home near S.W. 38th and Pennsylvania Ave. in southwest Oklahoma City on October 6, 2015. “He was on the ground, one behind his neck, couldn’t do anything but yell help, help, help. That’s all he could do. Couldn’t […]

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    Oklahoma man credits highway patrol trooper with saving his life

    CASHION, Okla. – Cary Duncan has already suffered three heart attacks, so when he started having pains on July 31, he knew what was happening. “My chest was really heavy. And it was just over my heart, it was aching real bad,” said Duncan. “I knew I needed to get to the hospital bad.” His wife, Vicki, got him in the car and they took off down Hwy 74F out of Cashion. As they topped a hill doing 70 mph in […]

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    State, tribal leaders reach historic agreement over water rights

    OKLAHOMA – It’s a fight that’s gone on for more than a century, a saga extending back to treaties and pacts signed in the 1800’s. The dispute flared up five years ago when Oklahoma City wanted to take more water from tribal territories in the southeast part of the state. The tribes filed a lawsuit, and the state filed a counter suit. But, Thursday, after five years of mediation, a compromise was announced between the state and the Chickasaw and […]

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    Oklahoma man credits OHP trooper with saving his life

    CASHION, Okla. – Cary Duncan knew he was having a heart attack back on July 31. He and his wife live in the country, so is wife says her only option was to drive him to the Heart Hospital in Oklahoma City. As they were speeding down Highway 74, OHP Trooper, Caleb Swickey, pulled them over. Vickie Duncan explained the situation and not only did Trooper Swickey let them go, he escorted them to the hospital and even wheeled Duncan […]