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.

Recent Articles
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    “Let’s don’t let her life be gone for no reason,” Tecumseh fundraising for water rescue boat

    TECUMSEH, Okla. – An Oklahoma fire department is trying to purchase a potentially lifesaving tool before tragedy strikes again. Several members of the Tecumseh community say their fire department needs a high water rescue boat that could be dispatched at a moment’s notice when flood waters threaten their area. One life has already been lost, partly because that boat wasn’t available. On June 19, the flood waters were raging at Ruggle Road and Harrison in Tecumseh. The call of an overturned […]

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    Parents of woman killed by brain-eating amoeba are on mission to raise awareness

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The parents of a 24-year-old woman who was killed by a brain-eating amoeba are now on a mission to raise awareness. Elizabeth Knight, a young single mother of two, died earlier this month after contracting the organism in Lake Murray. That brain-eating amoeba is typically found in warm, fresh water like lakes, rivers, and ponds. It enters the body through the nose and travels to the brain where it can kill in a matter of days. Mike […]

  • OSBI investigating fatal officer-involved-shooting in Cushing

    CUSHING, Okla. – The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is investigating an officer-involved-shooting in Cushing. Cushing police were called to the home in the 500 block of S. Little just after 3 a.m. Sunday morning. The caller stated there was an “unwanted” person at the home. When officers arrived, they found 20-year-old Shawn Allen Hall. At some point, they say Hall pulled out a handgun and pointed it at two other people. Police commanded the suspect several times to drop […]

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    Workplace violence in the spotlight after Virginia television shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The horrific murders of a reporter and photographer in Virginia on live television have left many wondering about the safety of their own workplace.  On Wednesday, 24-year-old Alison Parker and 27-year-old Adam Ward were shot to death while conducting a live interview for WDBJ. A few hours later, authorities attempted to apprehend Vester Flanagan, a former co-worker, for the killings. The pair’s deaths resonated with people across the country, and brought back memories of workplace violence for […]

  • Former trooper accused of sex crimes asking for charges to be dismissed

    SAPULPA, Okla. – A former Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper accused of sex crimes is trying to get several of those charges dismissed. Eric Roberts’ attorney filed a motion in Creek County on Tuesday to dismiss eight of the 12 charges against him. The 43-year-old is accused of second-degree rape, rape by instrumentation, sexual battery, forcible sodomy and procuring indecent exposure. OHP investigators have said there were three victims and three other questionable traffic stops. Investigators claim the 16-year veteran trooper […]


    Mark Costello murder shining spotlight on mental health issue in Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A statement released on behalf of the Costello family on Monday read, in part, “Christian, like thousands of Oklahomans, struggles with a mental disease and like many families we did our best to support him.” Costello is being held in what’s called ‘administrative segregation’ at the Oklahoma County jail. It’s not complete isolation, but it’s a higher level of security. He is there both because of the severity of the crime he’s accused of, and for his […]

  • Police: Oklahoma Labor Commissioner stabbed to death by his son

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Mark Costello was stabbed to death by his son, Christian Costello, at a metro Braum’s, police say. It happened around 6:30 Sunday night at the Braum’s at 11224 North May. Pam Pollard with the Oklahoma Federation of Republican Women said she spoke to Costello’s family and his chief of staff and confirmed the news Sunday night. Sources say Costello’s son had reached out to his parents and asked them to meet him at the […]

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    Oklahoma County sheriff’s traffic stop leads to recovery of stolen car

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A man behind the wheel of a stolen car made a big mistake when he ran a red light at the intersection of S.W. 4th and Western. Little did he know, the Oklahoma County sheriff saw the whole thing. “I decided I would make it my mission to stop the driver,” said Sheriff John Whetsel. Whetsel was in his personal vehicle, which is equipped with lights and sirens. So he went after the driver, who sped onto I-40 […]

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    Metro Woman almost carjacked after leaving church

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A metro woman says she was almost carjacked after leaving church services Sunday morning. Sharon had just left the LifeChurch campus near Britton and Broadway Extension and was headed south on the service road of Broadway Extension. She had almost made it to N.W. 85th when a teen on a bicycle stopped right in front of her car. “I thought I hit him.  I thought I killed him you know, and I stopped,” said Sharon. She only had time […]

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    Oklahoma school district changing to four-day week

    CEMENT, Okla. – It was the first day of school in Cement on Wednesday. A brand new school year is ushering in a brand new schedule. “The big excitement here at Cement School is the fact that we’re going to a four-day school week,” said Danny Pittman, the district superintendent. Pittman says the main reason for the decision is their difficulty finding teachers. “Going a whole summer, looking for somebody with no applicants turning in an application.  And we are calling […]

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    Stolen motorcycle recovery leads to mobile chop shop

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. — David Williams’ day started before sun up Tuesday with an encouraging call from police. His neon green motorcycle had been found. “Officer had called me, said ‘Hey man, we got your bike.’ And I said ‘All right,’ and I was kind of half awake, didn’t expect a call like that,” said Williams. But the news came with a down side. “He said, ‘Well the bad news is, you know, it might be a little damaged,’” said […]