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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
  • “It’s just heartbreaking,” Town of Tecumseh mourn fallen officer

    TECUMSEH, Okla. – Tecumseh firefighters and citizens lined Broadway with American flags Monday afternoon. They marked the route where fallen Officer Justin Terney‘s body would travel through on his way to his hometown of Canadian, Oklahoma. “I think everyone’s really shaken about this whole deal. I mean, it’s not likely for a town like this, as small as we are and a community like this. I mean, this thing doesn’t happen. It shouldn’t happen,” said Tecumseh firefighter Matthew Kent. “We […]

  • Del City woman can’t get mother’s death certificate

    DEL CITY, Okla. – Theresa Ahboah had been on dialysis for 11 years. But her daughter says her death on November 22nd, 2016 was sudden and unexpected. Now adding to her grief over that loss is the stress of trying to get the death certificate. The only thing adorning her mom’s grave is a small, wooden, handmade cross. Kim Smith says they don’t have the money for a headstone right now. “Yes, I’m definitely, we’re wanting one,” said Smith. Her […]

  • New law could mean discount on insurance for tornado ‘resistant’ homes

    OKLAHOMA – All of the homes being built in the new Habitat For Humanity neighborhood near Wilshire and Council, Legacy Estates, are “fortified” homes. That is a construction standard set by the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety. And, now, some lawmakers think, if Oklahomans build a home to this standard, they should get a break on their homeowner’s insurance. “I’m careful about mandating, you know, a business like insurance. But, then again, if you’re not going to come […]

  • “I don’t know what love is,” Oklahoma officer saves woman who was being choked by husband

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – Many of us have heard stories of domestic abuse but, rarely, do we get to see it up close and personal. A Chickasha police officer’s body camera is giving a rare glimpse into the problem of domestic abuse. The officer showed up in the nick of time, potentially saving a woman’s life. Officers were called to an apartment complex in Chickasha on March 13, following a report of a domestic disturbance. According to court documents, they could not tell […]

  • Chickasha police search for beating suspect accused of attacking another person

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – Royce Jarnagin was supposed to be undergoing a jury trial this week in Grady County for allegedly beating his estranged wife and another woman with a bladed hammer. That trial did not happen, though, because Jarnagin is on the run after being accused of attacking another woman about three weeks ago. “The person alleged that she was at home when her boyfriend, Mr. Jarnagin, jumped on top of her, was accusing her of some crazy things and […]

  • New Oklahoma City fire rating means thousands could save on insurance

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Thousands of Oklahoma City homeowners could soon see a drop in their insurance costs. It’s all due to a new fire protection rating for the Oklahoma City Fire Department. The Insurance Services Office’s Public Classification program analyzes the quality of fire protection in communities around the country. They rate the fire departments about every five years on a scale of one to 10, one being the best. “We’ve been a three historically for well over 30 years, […]

  • Education advocates call on lawmakers to fund education first

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Fund education first. That’s the message many parents and educators delivered to legislators Monday. They’re asking lawmakers to obey a law on the books and have an education budget by the first of next month. Education advocates said schools districts need to know early on how much money they’re getting from the state so they can make critical decisions for the next school year, like how many teachers they’ll be able to hire and if any classes […]

  • Metro daycare worker arrested for child abuse

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro daycare worker was arrested on Thursday after allegedly breaking the arm of a 5-month-old baby boy. The alleged abuse happened on February 20 at Childcare Network at 14300 N. Western. The abuse was discovered by the baby’s mother who noticed his forearm was swollen. “I took his hoodie off, and he screamed in so much pain, and I was like why, and I looked at his arm and it was noticeably swollen,” said Nicole Browning. […]

  • Oklahoma City daycare worker arrested after baby fractures arm

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City daycare worker has been arrested after a baby in her care fractured his arm. On Feb. 20, a family member went to pick up a baby, who is 5 months old, at Child Care Network, located at 14300 N. Western. When the family member picked up the baby, he said he noticed the baby was very lethargic and would not wake up completely, the police report states. The family member immediately called the baby’s mother, […]

  • Dangerous police chase began with carjacking in Noble

    NOBLE, Okla. – A wild police chase Thursday morning started with a carjacking in Noble and ended in far northwest Oklahoma City. Authorities say that carjacking happened around 10 a.m. at the Super “C” Mart main office on Main Street in Noble. “He come in this morning, I think around 9, and was asking questions about renting these storage buildings out behind the office,” said the owner of Super “C” Mart, Rod Carver. Carver says their business doesn’t have anything […]

  • Chase with alleged carjacking suspect comes to bizarre end

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bizarre chase took a surprising turn in northwest Oklahoma City on Thursday morning. Investigators say it all started when an armed suspect carjacked a victim in Noble. Authorities say a man went into the Super C grocery store around 10 a.m. and asked a woman about storage sheds. About 15 minutes later, he came back with a mask on, pointed a gun at her and demanded her car keys. He took off in her Cadillac, but […]