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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    New details about up-and-coming turnpike in eastern Oklahoma County

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. — Progress is moving right along on the new turnpike in eastern Oklahoma County, despite protests from residents out there. Turnpike officials say they’ve been placing X’s along the proposed route for aerial surveying. The main area they’re looking at is a mile on either side of Peebly Road from I-40 to I-44. And while they say “X” doesn’t necessarily mark the spot of the new highway, many homeowners say they’re a little too close for comfort. “Yesterday, […]

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    Preliminary investigation: ONG releases cause behind Oklahoma City house explosion

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Last weekend, an Oklahoma City neighborhood was stunned when a house suddenly exploded early Saturday morning. In all, three people were injured in the explosion and dozens of homes were damaged in the neighborhood, located near N.W. 122nd St. and Rockwell Ave. Initially, fire investigators said it was obvious that natural gas found its way to an ignition source inside the home, which led to the explosion. However, an exact cause was not available. On Wednesday, officials […]

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    “It’s also a lifeline for my daughter,” Car used to travel to, from chemotherapy treatments stolen

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Tuesday morning, Dana Jones started her car to warm it up then went back inside to get ready. Ten minutes later, she came back out to realize it was gone. “It was just very disheartening to have it gone knowing everything that is going on with us and trying to get to school and trying to get her to chemotherapy,” said Jones. Jones says for her and 18-year-old daughter, Katie, that vehicle is more than just a […]

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    Process server accused of trading services for sexual favors

    OKLAHOMA CITY — OSBI agents detained Robert Wonsch, 34, at his home in Moore Monday morning. He was subsequently arrested and booked into the Cleveland County jail. At the time of the alleged crimes, Wonsch was working out of an office at Express Documents and Mediation in Moore. You may recognize the company from their signs scattered throughout the metro advertising cheap divorce, $150 without children, $250 with children. Agents say many of the victims had gone to Wonsch seeking […]

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    Oklahoma authorities locate missing 76-year-old

    OKLAHOMA – A Silver Alert for a Midwest City woman was cancelled, after she was found safe and sound. Delois Jane Johns or Nana Jane, 76, was gone for almost twelve hours. Johns suffers from dementia, but her family said, most of the time, she’s okay. Her family spent all morning searching for her and posting to social media, and their diligence paid off. “She might leave for an hour or so and then come back,” said Johns’ son, Randall Johns. “Just […]

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    Hit and run victim discovered in northwest Oklahoma City roadway

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro man is in critical condition after allegedly being hit by a car. The waitresses at Beverly’s Pancake House call him ‘The Wrestling Man.’ “He loved wrestling.  And so we called him our wrestling man.  Anything we wanted to know about Monday night RAW or anything, he knew it,” said Elisha Cansler. Shortly after 2 a.m. Tuesday morning, another waitress discovered him in the roadway on Independence, just north of Northwest Expressway. “I was walking out, […]

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    Stolen Stillwater ornament found

    STILLWATER, Okla. – Christmas cheer is everywhere you look at the intersection of 10th and Main in Stillwater. “Oh, we love it,” said business owner Linda Houck. “It looks so pretty and festive.” But, a Grinch was on the prowl the night of December 4th and stole one of the giant Christmas ornaments weighing several hundred pounds. “Somebody told us that somebody had stolen it,” Houck said. “You’d have needed a pickup truck to haul that off and two people to […]

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    Residents take concerns over incessant alarm to Oklahoma City school board

    OKLAHOMA CITY — More than two weeks later, 2-year-old Isaiah is still talking about the alarm that sounded for 48 hours over his Thanksgiving weekend. “They just make loud sound.  So I don’t like that loud sound,” said Isaiah Smith. His dad, Casey Smith, has it memorized and can’t get it out of his head. “May I have your attention please, may I have your attention please.  A fire’s been reported in the building.  A fire’s been reported in the […]

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    Car burglar steals blind student’s cane and braille reader

    OKLAHOMA CITY-  Hannah Kinsey has been blind since birth. She’s a senior, a vocal performance major at Southern Nazarene University. She relies on her braille reader for her schoolwork, especially with finals just around the corner. “It’s something that I use every day of my life for school work, and I can also get on the internet and different things like that with it, and it’s what I read books off of,” Kinsey said. “I just do everything with that […]

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    Former president of youth organization charged with embezzlement

    CHOCTAW, Okla. – The former president of a youth athletics program in Oklahoma has been charged with embezzlement. Investigators claim Mike Kiesel, the former president of the Choctaw-Nicoma Park Youth Athletics organization, was spending the money meant for children at area casinos. Choctaw police say they started the investigation after getting several anonymous tips from parents. The league is made up of second through sixth graders who play baseball and football. The new league president says it was no secret […]

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    No verdict reached in Holtzclaw trial Tuesday night

    The jury in the trial of the former Oklahoma City police officer accused of sex crimes has deliberated for more than 20 hours with no verdict.  Daniel Holtzclaw is facing 36 different counts, including rape, against 13 alleged victims.   The jury got the case around 5:20 Monday evening and deliberated until 2:30 Tuesday morning.  They were sequestered at a hotel for the evening and then began deliberating again at 10:30 Tuesday morning.  The judge sent them back to the hotel […]