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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 2005, before deciding to stay home full time with her children.

She now freelance reports for KFOR and enjoys being able to remain active in a profession she loves.

Sarah and her husband, Bryan, live in Oklahoma City with their three young children.

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    Council to study Oklahoma earthquakes criticized for members’ professions

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Last week, Gov. Mary Fallin, announced the creation of the Coordinating Council on Seismic Activity. Organizers say the council will help coordinate research efforts and streamline information that looks into our state’s dramatic increase in earthquakes. The council will include input from the Oklahoma Geological Survey and the Corporation Commission. It will also include representatives from the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board, Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association and the Oklahoma Oil and Gas Association. The council is headed by […]

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    Oklahoma superintendent fired after dress code controversy

    NOBLE, Okla. – An Oklahoma superintendent was fired after a dress code controversy gained national attention. According to an attorney, in a 4 to 0 vote, Noble school board members decided to terminate Ronda Bass’ employment Monday night. Last week, the board had voted the superintendent could keep her job if she followed a professional development plan. The board had called a special meeting last Tuesday to discuss her employment after many angry calls from parents over the way Bass had enforced […]

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    Police: 14-year-old boy drowns while swimming in Canadian River

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police say a 14-year-old boy drowned in the North Canadian River while swimming with several other children. Officers got the call shortly after 5 p.m. Sunday evening to a remote part of the river, near Hiwassee Rd. “It appears that some children were swimming in the river and one of them went underwater and did not surface. Fire department dive team responded and some time later were able to locate him, still in the river,” said […]

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    School board makes decision regarding local superintendent’s employment

    NOBLE, Okla. - School board members in Noble made their decision regarding the superintendent’s employment Tuesday night. In a 3 to 1 vote, board members decided Ronda Bass could keep her job as superintendent. The board had called a special meeting to discuss Bass’ employment after many angry calls from parents over the way Bass had enforced the dress code at the beginning of the school year. They say Bass referred to some of the girls as ‘skanks’ and made them bend over […]

  • Friends, family searching for missing Alva man

    ALVA, Okla. – Scott Beeson says he doesn’t know what to think about the disappearance of his best friend, Travis Murrow. “I’m baffled. I’ve never in my life been associated with anything this bizarre, that a man just up and vanishes,” said Beeson. Murrow is 40 years old and has 4 children. Beeson says Murrow talks to all of his kids several times a day. “The fact that man has not called his kids, if that’s not the biggest red […]

  • Boat bursts into flames on Lake Thunderbird

    NORMAN, Okla. – Their day at the lake didn’t go exactly as planned for the Orr family. Tiffany Orr was parking the truck after getting her boat in the water. Her husband, Jason, was on board, but Orr was greeted with a chaotic scene when she went back to the water to get on the boat. “When we come back, husband was on shore with his life jacket on, soaking wet and the boat was out in the water floating […]

  • Oil spill in wildlife area alarms residents

    LEXINGTON, Okla. – Herbert Rousey and his wife were taking pictures of wildlife out at the Lexington Wildlife Management Area when they stumbled across something alarming. “I thought it was terrible to think that would go on anywhere much less on public lands,” said Rousey. Rousey was looking at a well site that was leaking oil. He says it appeared it had been going on for some time. “I’ve worked in the oil field years ago and kinda knew a […]

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    Graphic: Officer’s efforts to save Oklahoma woman shot by boyfriend caught on camera

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Home video shows the chaotic moments following a shooting that left an Oklahoma City woman dead. Officers were called to an apartment complex near I-44 and S.W. 15th St. on Monday night. “I saw her bleeding profusely. I knew she was shot in the head,” said Betty Martinez. “I was sad to know what happened.” Martinez shot video as police tried to rush the victim’s lifeless body to safety. “I’m just speechless seeing the police officer carrying […]

  • ‘Silence the Violence Rally’ aims to clear out gangs in OKC metro

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Hundreds of people flocked to Edwards Park at I-35 and Grand in Oklahoma City Sunday afternoon for a Silence the Violence rally. The rally was sponsored by the Divine Wisdom Worship Center’s T.A.S.K. (Teaching and Saving Kids) outreach ministry. Pastor Theodis Manning, a former gang member, started the ministry back in 2007 after a rash of local killings. “I bury more young people than I do old people,” said Pastor Manning. The organization reaches out to gang […]

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    Changes coming to high school football

    It’s the first week of high school football practice in Oklahoma and it could be the last season that coaches have full control over exactly how they practice. The new rules being talked about would limit the amount of full contact practices. “We all want to win championships but we also want to keep kids healthy,” said Millwood head football coach, Darwin Franklin. Franklin says they tend to focus more on technique in practice, so new rules wouldn’t affect his […]

  • Metro man “bug bombs” himself

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Paramedics rushed to the Country Club apartments on South Agnew early Monday morning on a call of someone who accidentally “bug bombed” himself. “He was sitting out there. He said that he was just trying to get rid of some bugs and he got sick,” said neighbor, Monica Clark. The victim in this case didn’t want to do an interview with NewsChannel 4, but told us he was trying to get rid of some roaches. “I guess […]