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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
  • 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 […]

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    Disturbing videos revealed of Amber Alert suspect accused of kidnapping and raping an Oklahoma girl

    MARIETTA, Okla. – A 7-year-old girl who was kidnapped over the weekend is found alive. Authorities found her Sunday morning just before 10 a.m., which ended an Amber Alert that was issued on Saturday. A tip from the public led to her return. Now, we are learning more about the man police have in custody. Fount Duston, 34, of Marietta, Okla., allegedly abducted the girl and has been arrested and is charged with kidnapping, and first degree rape. Videos of […]

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    Oklahoma couple finally gets answers in son’s disappearance

    McAlester, Okla. – Troy Grumbine’s parents adored him. “He was an excellent student.  Very intelligent,” said Kay Grumbine.  “He was the treasurer of his senior class and he was on the academic decathlon team.” As he got older, he began to travel. “He went to Vegas one time and he went to the Trump tower one time,” said Kay Grumbine. But he would always call his parents, until February 1, 2004. Troy, 34 years old at the time, left his […]

  • Scammers target metro business

    WARR ACRES, Okla. – Warr Acres police are sounding the alert after a local business almost got scammed out of hundreds of dollars. Wesley McSwane is the owner of Shimmers in Warr Acres. Their specialties are sno cones and smoothies. They obviously rely on electricity to stay up and running and that’s why a call McSwane received Monday afternoon was so alarming. “They said I needed to make this payment by 2:30 or they’re going to turn the power off,” said […]

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    Oklahoma animal rescue group needs your help to fix ‘Fancy’

    NORMAN, Okla. – A local animal rescue group is trying to raise money for surgery for a dog that was hit by a car. Two year old Fancy, a lab/shepherd mix was found hobbling around outside of Tulsa with her seven puppies. After volunteers rounded her up, they determined Fancy must have been hit by a car. “Just above the femur head that fits in the hip, just below that, it’s broken there and it healed incorrectly. And so it’s […]

  • Elderly Shawnee woman attacked in home invasion

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Shawnee police are searching for two men who beat an elderly woman during a home invasion. It happened around 4:30 Sunday morning at the woman’s home in the 1900 block of N. Louisa Avenue. Aline Smith, 71, woke up to find two strangers in her bedroom. “They’re in her bedroom, they have flashlights. They shine the flashlights on her face so she can’t see them and tells her to give them her money,” said Detective Jason Crouch with the Shawnee […]

  • Family’s treasured statue stolen from front yard

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Leo the lion stands about three feet tall and is made of metal. He used to sit on the porch of Zhila Haggard’s Shawnee home, but he’s missing now. Haggard woke up Friday morning to find Leo gone. She says he was heavy; she couldn’t even move him. “You’d have to be a good strong man,” said Haggard. “You see it when you came in and it’s like that greeter and it’s like you know protect the […]

  • Oklahoma man experiences Ebola scare on vacation

    EDMOND – An Edmond man says his Carnival Cruise vacation did not go as planned. He was on board the Carnival Magic, the cruise ship that got a lot of attention this last week after it was revealed that someone was exposed to Ebola on board. A Dallas health care worker was being monitored for Ebola on that ship. When she left for the cruise, health officials were only requiring self monitoring but officials stepped up their response while the […]