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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 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 live in Oklahoma City with their three children. They attend Crossings Community Church.

Recent Articles
  • Midwest City church feels ‘swindled’ after paying sign maker

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – The Divine Wisdom Worship Center is a work in progress. “It needs a lot of work, yeah,” said Pastor Theodis Manning. They finally got a new roof just last month. “We got to replace all these ceiling tiles now,” Manning said. The church, located at 8320 N.E. 10th Street, used to have a nice sign out front, proudly declaring their presence to the community. But, about five months ago, it blew over in a storm. “We […]

  • Three Children Killed in El Reno House Fire

    EL RENO, Okla.–It was a tough beginning to 2018 for El Reno firefighters as they lost three young children after a house fire. “It’s something that you know we prepare ourselves for but you really can’t be prepared for it,” said El Reno fire chief, Kent Lagaly. Firefighters were called to the home in the 200 block of North K Avenue just after 6:00 am. “Two of the children were being brought out by two adults and so they immediately […]

  • Three children killed in New Year’s Day house fire in El Reno

    EL RENO, Okla.– Three children died after a house fire early New Year’s morning in El Reno. Crews responded to the home in the 200 block of North K Ave. just after 6:00 a.m. Monday morning. People were carrying the children out of the burning home according to Fire Chief, Kent Lagaly. The children are all under the age of 8 although exact ages and names are not being released at this time. Tragedy on New Year’s Day – 3 children […]

  • Mobile Home Fire Leaves Yukon Man Homeless on New Year’s Day

    YUKON, Okla.–A mobile home fire broke out early in the morning of New Year’s Day. It happened in the 16000 block of West Gregory Terrace near Wilshire and Gregory Road. Luckily the man who lives in the home was not there at the time. Fire officials say they believe the fire was sparked by a heater the man was using to try and keep his pipes from bursting. The mobile home is a total loss.

  • Oklahoma puppy with ears cut off goes home with new forever family

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Little Rocky’s story captivated the hearts of many around the metro. The three-month-old puppy’s situation was horrifying after he was found with both of his ears cut off down to the scalp. “It looks like they were torturing this dog,” Kaylee Doonkeen said. She and her husband discovered the puppy crying in their yard the day before Thanksgiving. He was rushed to the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter where he was treated and he’s been in a foster home ever […]

  • Oklahoma City family begging for answers in cold case murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Sherra Kirkpatrick decorates her father’s grave every year for Christmas. “We sometimes put Christmas trees out,” said Kirkpatrick. This year, it’s decorated with candy canes and a blue wreath. “The best father a girl could want,” said Kirkpatrick. Every Christmas season is a reminder of her father’s violent death and the fact that the killer has never been brought to justice. “The 15th anniversary is a big one and they don’t have any more answers to who was […]

  • FBI now joins health department probe as finger pointing over blame continues

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The State Finance Director and Interim Commissioner of the Health Department, Preston Doerflinger, got into a war of words with State Auditor Gary Jones on Tuesday afternoon as the two pointed fingers over who’s to blame for the mess at the Oklahoma State Department of  Health. Attorney General Mike Hunter announced on Tuesday the FBI and US Department of Health and Human Services were joining the investigation into mismanagement of funds at the state health department. “Other […]

  • Teens killed in fiery crash near Piedmont were “model students, model young men”

    PIEDMONT, Okla. – Luke Ross, 19, and Sean Tucker, 19, were best friends from high school, both home from college for the Christmas break. The two graduated in May from Southwest Covenant, a small, private Christian school in Yukon. Friday night, they went back to their alma mater. Their old coach has an open door policy for alumni, and the two former basketball players gave a pep talk to the current team before their Friday night game. “We had just […]

  • Metro grandmother beaten, robbed in Walmart Neighborhood parking lot

    OKLAHOMA CITY – 74-year-old Sharon Gentry was out running errands Saturday morning when she pulled into the Walmart Neighborhood at S.W. 104th and Western. “Put my car in park, took the key out and, I’m not kidding you, there he was. It was seconds,” Gentry said. Surveillance video from the store shows Gentry pull into the parking lot in her dark colored Toyota Camry. The suspects follow right behind in a light colored Lincoln MKX. They back into the parking […]

  • Oklahoma man wants over-the-counter drug that killed his son to be regulated

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Mitch Hild was just 29 years old when he lost his 15-year struggle with drug addiction. “My son was a world-class cellist, gifted musician, high IQ,” said Joel Hild. “Just everybody loved him. Didn’t have a mean bone in his body.” Joel got the call he’d been dreading on the Fourth of July. Mitch had overdosed. “We were waiting for it. He had disappeared. He had tried to get better a lot of times,” Joel said. The […]

  • Proposed well in Norman draws controversy

    NORMAN, Okla. – Michael Delaney lives in rural northeast Norman, near Rock Creek Road East and Cabin Road. When he heard about a proposed well being drilled near his home, he started doing research. “It’s all about the water. Anything that’s drilling above or into or injecting into an area around a layer of our watershed, really we’re 100 percent against that,” Delaney said. Delaney and close to 50 other residents attended this month’s Board of Adjustment hearing in Norman. Arrowhead […]