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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
  • Still waiting for charges in fatal wrong way crash on turnpike

    OKLAHOMA CITY –Andre Romero has a vivid memory of Easter evening. “It was pretty heartbreaking,” said Romero. He was leaving his bartending shift at P.F. Chang’s at Penn and Memorial. “I had actually just left work and walked to my car and I saw the truck kind of parked on the bumper of my coworker’s car,” said Romero. The truck that hit the car was being driven by Kelly Corn, a 44-year-old man from Edmond. Romero says his coworker knocked […]

  • Stillwater City Council vote on fracking delayed again

    STILLWATER, Okla. — City council was considering amendments to existing ordinances that regulate oil and gas drilling in the city of Stillwater, things like setbacks from homes and noise pollution. The city council has been delaying a vote on the issue for about two months now. Tonight, they have delayed yet again, saying they want to wait on the status of several bills at the Capitol that would limit local control. For close to two hours, speaker after speaker went […]

  • Pain still fresh two decades later for families who lost loved ones

    OKLAHOMA CITY — After the ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing ended, families lingered among the 168 chairs on the ground that held lovingly fastened flowers and other mementos on their loved ones spots. The passage of time is different for those who have this date etched in their minds. “It’s very sad day.  I remember just like yesterday,” said Samir Khalil. Khalil lost his wife in the tragedy. He would often visit her at the […]

  • UPDATE: Judge rules against Norman Music Festival’s ‘no gun’ policy

    UPDATE: One week from the start of a popular festival, it seems the rules are changing again. Earlier this month, the Norman Music Alliance and City of Norman said weapons would not be allowed at the Norman Music Festival. However, not everyone was on board with the decision. The Oklahoma Second Amendment Association said its members would be carrying weapons at the festival, despite the rules. On Friday, a judge granted the association’s request for a restraining order against the […]

  • Family desperate to find missing pregnant woman

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro family is desperate to find their loved one, a 32-year-old pregnant woman. Trang Tran was last seen Saturday, April 5 when she went shopping with her mom; something they did every Saturday. “She told her mother that she have to meet someone at 5 p.m. and her mother said OK and that’s the last we heard of her,” Tran’s aunt, Myanh Samuels, said. The following Monday morning, Tran did not show up for work and her […]

  • Edmond church packages over 20,000 meals

    EDMOND, Okla. — Two hundred and fifty volunteers worked to make a dent in hunger Sunday morning at Coffee Creek Baptist Church. Church members partnered with Kids Against Hunger Global to package thousands of non-perishable meals that are distributed all around the world and right here in the United States. “We package it for 25 cents a meal, there’s six meals in the package,” said Marshall Horn, founder of Kids Against Hunger Global. The meals consist of rice, six vegetables, […]

  • Rush Springs Town Clerk runs for re-election despite embezzlement charge

    RUSH SPRINGS, Okla. – Election day in Rush Springs only featured one race on the ballot, but it was a controversial one.  Two people were vying for the position of town clerk/treasurer.  “It’s not that I’m voting for anybody.  I’m really voting against the one candidate,” said one voter, who didn’t want to give his name.  John Morrow, the incumbent, plead guilty to embezzling more than $12,000 from the city during his tenure as city clerk, which began in 2005. […]

  • Norman teen hit by driver while long boarding

    NORMAN, Okla. — Bill Kennedye Jr. rides his long board all the time. “That’s just how I get around really.  I go everywhere with it basically,” said Kennedye Jr. The long board is just like a skate board, but as its name implies, it’s longer and a little wider. On March 6, he was riding it on Imhoff near Oakhurst Ave. headed to his girlfriend’s house. “I remember seeing like a light coming up from behind me basically like from the front […]

  • Chickasha man arrested for assault with a tomahawk

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – Chickasha police are investigating an unusual assault case. What makes this one so different is the weapon the suspect allegedly used. “There was a dispute between neighbors,” said Chickasha Interim Police Chief, Shanon McClain. The neighbors share a duplex. According to the police report, the man who lives on the left went to confront the woman on the right about her barking dogs. “He went over and he confronted the other neighbor and informed them that he […]

  • Stillwater drilling ordinance vote delayed

    STILLWATER, Okla. — Members of the group “Stop Fracking Payne County” say they’re disappointed to find out the Stillwater City Council has delayed a vote on zoning regulations for drilling in their city, especially when they found out what might have prompted the delay. “Evidently, there were meetings with paid lobbyists who were in town,” group organizer Kel Pickens said. “I’m not happy about it.  I’m very angry actually, very angry.  I was extremely angry once I found out,” said his […]

  • ‘You shouldn’t be coercing people to attend,’ State senator has concerns over education rally

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Thousands of educators are expected to attend the Brighter Future Education Rally at the state capitol Monday morning. But one state senator has concerns about the rally. He says not every teacher attending will be there of their own free will. “You can encourage people to come, but you can’t require them to come,” said Sen. Kyle Loveless, (R) Oklahoma City. Sen. Loveless says he was concerned when he received a letter from a teacher in our […]