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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 almost like our hands are tied,” Statewide teacher walkout looking more likely

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Education Association, our state’s largest union, said they will announce a statewide school closure strategy later this week. “We’re starting to ramp up the pressure,” said OEA president Alicia Priest. But, Priest said the hope is the state legislature will act to get a teacher pay raise before it comes to this. “The legislature has all the opportunity to solve the problem before it comes to that. They need to fund education and our core […]

  • Oklahoma City police captain under investigation after shooting, killing neighbor’s dog

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Donnie Newton had his pit bull, Fat Boy, cremated after he was shot and killed on February 22. “I’m still devastated over it,” Newton said. “I can’t hardly, I think about it every night. I dream about it every night, you know, and it’s really bothering me.” Newton said a neighbor shot and killed Fat Boy right in front of their home. We now know the neighbor who did this is a captain with the Oklahoma City […]

  • Controversial education bill fails in House committee

    OKLAHOMA CITY – HB 3537 would have expanded the cap on the amount that can be donated to the Oklahoma Equal Opportunity Scholarship Fund. The cap currently sits at $5 million, and the bill would have raised it to $15 million. The fund is largely used to help low income children attend private schools, although money can be donated to public school foundations as well. Opponents said the program diverts money from public schools because of the giant tax credits […]

  • Leader of ‘A Perfect Cause’ calls for Gov. Fallin’s resignation

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Wes Bledsoe started his advocacy work for the disabled and elderly after the death of his grandmother, Eunice Allen, back in 2000 at a metro nursing home. Almost two decades later, his fight continues. “I’m done playing this game,” Bledsoe said. “I’ve done it for almost 18 years now. I’m finished.” Bledsoe called for the resignation of seven state officials back in 2013, but now he’s going all the way to the top. “If Governor Fallin won’t […]

  • Oklahoma teacher walkout a possibility

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Tulsa teacher Teresa Danks first gained notoriety last summer when she stood on a street corner and panhandled for money to buy supplies for her classroom. She’s become an advocate for teachers across the state starting Begging for Education, an organization that raises money for teacher classrooms. She has now started a petition on, asking anyone who would support a statewide teacher walkout to sign. “Nobody wants to see this but, like I said before, teachers […]

  • Child diagnosed with measles at Norman Pediatrics

    NORMAN, Okla. – The Oklahoma State Department of Health is alerting people in Cleveland County after they confirmed a case of the measles. They said a Cleveland County resident under the age of 18 who recently traveled overseas was diagnosed with the illness. “We saw the child actually in the first visit, didn’t have any rash characteristic of measles at all. So, with everybody with 104 fevers that we’re seeing here and runny noses and red eyes, we thought that […]

  • Wynnewood reserve officer charged with raping teen

    WYNNEWOOD, Okla. – A Wynnewood reserve officer, Brandon Cross, is out on bond after being charged with two counts of rape and one count of lewd acts with a child. The alleged incidents took place in Wynnewood from 2011 to 2014 when the victim was 13 and 14 years old. “It was a troublesome incident and, you know, these allegations are serious,” said Garvin County Sheriff Larry Rhodes. Rhodes said the victim and her mother went to them in December […]

  • Testimony begins in case of Bethany man accused of killing toddler

    BETHANY, Okla. – Testimony began Wednesday in Oklahoma County in the trial of Dustin Davison. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against the Bethany man accused of killing 2-year-old Kreedin Brooks. Davison called 911 back on May 18, 2015 and told police the little boy was unconscious. Investigators said he gave conflicting statements during the call. “My girlfriend’s son, I’m babysitting him. He hit his head on the coffee table,” you can hear him say in the 911 call. But, […]

  • Efforts to have Murray County judge removed from bench could be long shot

    OKLAHOMA – The petition keeps gaining momentum. They’re very close to their goal of 60,000 signatures. People from all over the world have signed the petition demanding Judge Wallace Coppedge be removed from the bench. Coppedge was the presiding judge in the case against Benjamin Petty. Petty plead guilty to raping and sodomizing a 13-year-old girl at Falls Creek church camp. His sentence was 15 years probation. He’ll have to wear a GPS ankle monitor for two years and […]

  • Family of Oklahoma teen killed in fiery crash files lawsuit

    PIEDMONT, Okla. – The family of one of the teens killed in a fiery crash on December 15 in Canadian County has filed a lawsuit against the man arrested for the crime. Sean Tucker and Luke Ross were both killed when David Cochlin smashed into the back of their car. They were stopped at a stop sign at N.W. 150th and Mustang Road. Police said Cochlin was traveling in excess of 100 miles per hour and driving under the influence […]

  • Oklahoma hit-and-run victim attacked

    John Campo has driven with a dash camera in his truck for about five years now. “I’ve seen, you know, people texting and driving and running over in my lane and stuff,” Campo said. But, he’s never captured anything like he did the afternoon of January 19. “I’m still kind of in shock over the whole deal myself. I’ve never seen anything like that,” Campo said. Campo was traveling southbound on Eastern going through the intersection of S.E. 44th when […]