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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.


Recent Articles
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    Mystery leads neighbors to a woman in need

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A woman in desperate need gets the help she needs and it all started with a note in a mailbox. The cryptic message was left in J.D. McCoy’s mailbox. “It was a slip of paper with a name and an address and a list of food items,” said McCoy. McCoy wasn’t sure what to make of the note and posted it on Nextdoor, an app that lets neighbors know what’s going on in their community. Sure enough, […]

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    Thieves target rural property owner three times in one week

    ENID, Okla. – A stake out leads to the arrest of two burglars accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of items. Deputies believe the alleged thieves thought a rural piece of property several miles east of Enid was an easy target. The property had already been targeted twice and officers were working to make sure the owner wouldn’t be victimized a third time. Garfield County deputies staked out the property two nights in a row. “It’s no different than […]

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    Tornado in December confuses Oklahomans celebrating Christmas holiday season

    LUTHER, Okla. – Sirens were blaring across Oklahoma County on Sunday afternoon as a tornado warning was issued for the central part of the state. A small twister touched down near Lake Arcadia, making it the first tornado to ever touch down in December in Oklahoma County. “No, they’re kind of mutually exclusive,” said Anne Pearson, a volunteer at Arcadia’s Historic Round Barn. However, it is not as rare as you might think. “For tornadoes, you only really need two ingredients. […]

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    “We feel like it celebrates genocide,” Oklahoma Land Run reenactments a thing of the past for one district

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Land Run is an important part of our state’s history. For years, it has been taught in our schools through reenactments with students playing the role of settlers staking their claim to land. However, that reenactment will no longer be a part of the lesson in one of our state’s largest districts. It all started about a week and a half ago when representatives from the White House were in Oklahoma City conducting ‘a listening […]

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    “I was stunned,” NY Times article blasts Oklahoma attorney general, accuses him of ‘secret alliance’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A New York Times article published over the weekend accuses Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt of having a secret alliance with energy firms, like Devon Energy. The article is titled “Energy Firms in Secretive Alliance with Attorneys General.” Pruitt is prominently featured in the picture right under the title and a large part of the article is dedicated to his relationship with Devon Energy. Through open records requests, the New York Times obtained a letter written by […]

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    Two arrested, accused of stealing statues, flowers at Edmond cemetery

    EDMOND, Okla. – Two people have been arrested for stealing from a cemetery in Edmond. Norma Jean Johnson raced out to Gracelawn Cemetery to check on her son’s grave after she heard that two people were stealing statues and flowers from headstones. “I was upset you know then I was emotional because you know this is his stuff, this is all we have you know left of what you know the memories of what we have, that’s it, that’s all […]

  • Oklahomans outraged over Ferguson article some are calling racist

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A protest is being planned outside the weekly Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee meeting over an article their president wrote. The title of the article is “Why blacks hate cops & how blacks can be winners, not losers!” It was written by OCPAC president, Charlie Meadows, and was meant to address the situation in Ferguson. Many were outraged when they received the article in the organizations weekly e-mail. “I’m on Charlie’s newsletter, e-mail list and it came […]

  • Metro teen hurt in fire is accused of starting the blaze

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro house fire sends a teenager to the hospital. But the same teen who was injured is also the person accused of starting the fire. It happened around noon in the 3000 block of S.W. 17th. Jeannie Camp says her home was pretty much destroyed in the blaze. “I was basically going to check on my granddaughter and I opened the door and smoke just was coming out. Her bed was on fire,” said Camp. Camp says she […]

  • Friends mourn hit and run victim

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Friends and family of an ex marine who was hit and killed along the side of Interstate 44 are calling for justice. Richard Wells, 34, was struck by a car around 3:30 Sunday morning while he was walking on the side of the highway just west of May. Someone driving by after the accident saw the body and called for help. Wells’ friend, Johnathan Suske, had been out driving looking for him. “I seen the cops, the […]

  • Wrongful death lawsuit filed over former SORC resident

    TULSA, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Renaissance Management Group of Tulsa alleging that they caused her brother’s death. Shannon Adams filed the lawsuit after her brother, Mitch Boles, died about a month after being transitioned out of Southern Oklahoma Resource Center, or SORC. Back in 2012, the Oklahoma Commission for Human Services decided to close SORC and its counterpart, the Northern Oklahoma Resource Center in Enid, or NORCE. Adams says that SORC was practically […]

  • Grieving family searches for answers in Forest Park homicide

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A grieving family is searching for answers in a local homicide. Family of Anthony Lewis, 53, gathered at his home Tuesday afternoon. It’s a place where there were frequent family get togethers, but this particular afternoon, they are there without him. “That’s almost therapy for our family to get together and be together and it just felt like we should be here to continue in what he loved to do so often,” said Lewis’ niece, Shalonda Sanders. Lewis […]