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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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    “All smoke and mirrors,” Decades old vote prevents Oklahoma turnpikes from ever being paid off

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. – The opposition has been loud and persistent. Many folks in rural eastern Oklahoma County don’t want the new turnpike cutting through their land. Anti-turnpike signs dot the peaceful landscape. “I’m going to fight until the last breath, until they’re pushing dirt. I will be fighting this thing. I’m telling you right now. On my tombstone it will say, ‘Stop the turnpike,’” said Paul Crouch, who will see the new turnpike from his front yard. And the […]

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    Pro-life senators ask for meeting with governor before overriding veto

    OKLAHOMA – Tuesday morning, Senator Nathan Dahm and a group of pro-life legislators held a news conference calling on the governor to meet with them about her concerns with Senate Bill 1552. The bill would have allowed for a doctor to lose their license if he or she performs an abortion. It passed both the House and Senate, but Governor Mary Fallin vetoed the bill, calling it unconstitutional and vague. Dahm said, even though it’s crunch time for the budget, he’s […]

  • Turnpike Truths

    The truth behind Oklahoma turnpikes

    OKLAHOMA – It started back in the early 1950’s with the building of the first turnpike in our state, the Turner Turnpike that connects Oklahoma City with Tulsa. Today we have 10 turnpikes that cover more than 600 miles. The Turnpike Authority says they enhance the state’s transportation network by providing an effective and efficient means of travel without straining state appropriations. But how did this whole system of toll roads get started? The opposition to our state’s latest proposed turnpikes […]

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    Pauls Valley teacher arrested after allegedly striking students

    PAULS VALLEY, Okla. – A Pauls Valley junior high history teacher was arrested on Friday after being accused of child abuse. Rocky Walker, 57, was arrested Friday evening after two students came forward, accusing him of hitting them. Walker is a history teacher at Pauls Valley Junior High and a former pastor at Greater Dimensions Church in Pauls Valley. The assistant police chief said two different children came forward last week involving two separate, unrelated incidents. Police said the first teen came […]

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    Crews begin clean up of collapsed May Avenue bridge

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Just one day after a truck driver struck a heavily traveled bridge, collapsing a portion of it onto the street below, contractors are already working to clean up the mess. Around 2:40 p.m. on Thursday, the May Avenue bridge that crosses over Northwest Expressway collapsed after a semi hauling a boom lift hit the bridge. Friday afternoon crews began cleaning up the mess of concrete sitting on Northwest Expressway from the May Avenue bridge collapse the day before. […]

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    Prison program turning offenders into changed men

    OKLAHOMA – It’s no secret Oklahoma is dealing with a prison overcrowding problem. But, one program currently running at two different prisons is working to ensure prisoners don’t come back once they get out and they help generations coming behind to never make it there in the first place. “What do you expect to get from this class? I mean, we all know that you don’t get no credits for this class. You don’t get no points for this class,” […]

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    Man calls Oklahoma City police, confesses to crime that occurred 25 years ago

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A stunning confession decades after a crime was committed landed a man behind bars on dozens of counts of child abuse. The call came in to the Oklahoma City Police Department on May 11 from the Classen Inn, just up the road from the county jail. According to court documents, 57-year-old Charles Cougle asked police to meet him there and he confessed to molesting a young girl. That was unusual enough, but then police found out the crime […]

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    New report raises concerns over possible connection between fracking and water pollution

    OKLAHOMA CITY – There have long been concerns in our state that wastewater injection by oil companies is the cause of all the earthquakes we’ve been experiencing in recent years. Now, another concern is coming to the forefront – whether it could be contaminating our water. One Oklahoma geologist said a recent Washington Post article raises serious questions. “This mystery was solved:  Scientists say chemicals from fracking wastewater can taint fresh water nearby,” the article declares. Bob Jackman, an Oklahoma geologist, said he fears […]

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    Edmond high school trainers in jeopardy because Medicaid budget cuts

    EDMOND, Okla.– Edmond school district officials are scrambling to find a new provider after OU Medical Center Edmond cancelled their contract with the district to provide athletic trainers. OU Medical has had the contract for more than 20 years. They provide 3 trainers, one for each high school. Hospital officials say budget constraints are forcing the cut. “Hospitals in Oklahoma that accept Medicare and Medicaid are expecting a 25% reduction in Medicaid reimbursement this year and that’s just put us […]

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    OU Medical Center cancels contract for Edmond athletic trainers

    EDMOND, Okla. – OU Medical Center is not renewing the contract for the Edmond Public Schools athletic trainers for this next school year. Hospital officials say this was a difficult decision but was necessary due to Medicaid cuts. School officials are trying to sign a new contract with another provider but are concerned student athletes could be left without services while they wait on a vote from the school board.

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    Moore High School evacuated after bomb threat

    MOORE, Okla. – Hundreds of parents lined up around the Moore High School football stadium Thursday afternoon to collect their kids. The entire school was evacuated at 1:15, and kids were led out to the football field. “We were notified this morning of a threat that was written on the bathroom wall at Moore High School. A school employee found it and notified administration and our school resource officers,” said Sgt. Jeremy Lewis with the Moore Police Department. Police did not […]