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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 highway sign causes controversy

    OKLAHOMA – It’s a road construction digital sign sitting along the side of Highway 66 just east of Luther. The message flashing across reads ‘Sorry, this project has been delayed due to state budget deficit.’ The $4 million project is supposed to resurface and add shoulders to SH-66 from just east of Dobbs Road to just east of the Lincoln County line as well as replace a structurally deficient bridge. But, it’s one of 23 projects across the state that ODOT […]

  • Republicans, Democrats can’t agree on fix for state budget crisis

    OKLAHOMA CITY – HB 2365 would raise taxes on cigarettes and gasoline. It was supposed to be heard on the house floor Wednesday but ended up getting pulled. Democrats say they will vote against it. “The state problems don’t exist because cigarettes are too cheap. The state problems exist because the oil and gas industry get the cheapest oil and gas production rates of any state in the nation,” said House Minority Leader, Scott Inman.  “We will not vote to raise […]

  • Thieves target OG&E crews trying to restore power

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While crews were trying to get the power restored to thousands of Oklahomans, an alleged thief was targeting them. OG&E officials said someone targeted their crews Monday afternoon working in the area of N.W. 18th and May, one of the areas hardest hit from this weekend’s storms. “We had two of our vehicles vandalized and mobile data units were taken out of those two trucks,” said Brian Alford, with OG&E. The mobile data units look like laptops […]

  • Deer Creek firefighter runs marathon in honor of her husband

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Thousands of runners took to the streets Sunday for the 17th annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, many in memory of someone specific. “My friend, Kaylene, she lost a friend in the bombing and we run for Jill,” said Evelyn Hawk. “It is the most peaceful, most amazing and it gives us strength to go on and to be strong and to remember those that lost their lives and the families that continue to suffer because of it.” Tina Lewis ran […]

  • Power outages linger for Oklahomans after weekend storms

    OKLAHOMA CITY–At the height of this weekend’s storms, tens of thousands of people across Oklahoma were without power. By Monday afternoon, that number for OG&E was closer to 4,000. But those unlucky ones left in that predicament were growing weary. At the Manners household on N.W. 18th, they had resorted to using a generator to at least keep the food in the refrigerator from spoiling. “Right now it’s the refrigerator so that we don’t lose frozen food. It’s TV and […]

  • Oklahoma state senator resigns amid criminal investigation

    OKLAHOMA CITY – State Senator Kyle Loveless resigned from his office Thursday morning. His resignation letter said “I tender this resignation with much regret. Mistakes I have made are the responsibility of no one other than myself.” NewsChannel 4 learned, two months ago, Loveless was the subject of an Ethics Commission investigation over nearly $30,000 in campaign contributions that had not been reported. Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater also confirmed his office was conducting their own criminal investigation into […]

  • Yukon couple warns about door to door meat salesman

    YUKON, Okla. – Dick and Marilyn Carlson own about 14 pounds of steaks and hamburger patties they said they didn’t even really want. “I bet we said no maybe six times; no, we’re not interested. But, he kept pushing and pressuring us,” said Marilyn Carlson. The Carlsons had just walked into their garage to go to the store when an unmarked white van pulled into their driveway, blocking them in. “We felt trapped. He wasn’t about to give up,” Marilyn […]

  • DA’s Council to start using license plate scanners to catch uninsured motorists

    OKLAHOMA CITY – License plate scanners can take pictures of thousands of license plates and check them against a database. Typically, they’ve been used by police or sheriff’s deputies to find criminals. But, now, district attorneys in Oklahoma are getting in on the action. “There’ll be license plate readers that would be out and about in the state. They would identify cars on the roadway that don’t have insurance,” said Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn. It’s all part of a […]

  • Man who alerted Enid police to baby in dumpster speaks out

    ENID, Okla. – John Brauner said he didn’t actually know Kathryn Green but had been staying at her home for several days with a friend who did know her. He said they were helping Green clean out some of the buildings on her property and became suspicious when she brought a luggage trunk into the house. “Something just clicked with me, just the way she was acting and the size of the container for one,” Brauner said. Brauner said, when […]

  • Oklahoma City church roof collapse remains a mystery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Just after 2 p.m. Tuesday, residents near S.W. 25th and Goff heard a loud noise. “Some neighbors in the area heard some loud sounds coming from over in this area and, when they realized that the building was collapsing, that’s when they called 911,” said Oklahoma City Fire Department District Chief Benny Fulkerson. The roof of Greater Gospel Kingdom Church had completely caved in, leaving a giant hole. Firefighters’ first priority was making sure no one was inside. […]

  • Health care professionals warn of dire consequences if cigarette tax does not pass

    OKLAHOMA CITY – “Here we are again,” said Craig Jones, president of the Oklahoma Hospital Association, as he held a press conference at the capitol Tuesday morning. Health care professionals have tried before, but they said the time for action is now. “74 percent of Oklahomans agree with us. The will of the people is evident. It’s now time for the legislature to act,” Jones said. They are asking lawmakers to pass the law which would increase the tax on […]