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

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    “And not everybody can do well with changes,” Edmond schools set to redistrict

    EDMOND, Okla. — The Edmond School District announced this week that they’re hiring a Texas company to help them redraw the boundary lines for their schools. Heartland Middle School, near Penn and Covell, is set to open next year, so the lines will be changing. And the word “change” can be a scary thing for parents. “Panic, they panic, probably because every time we have a change, it’s a change.  And not everybody can do well with changes,” said Edmond parent, […]

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    Controversial Yukon traffic lights will be turned back on

    It was a quick and unanimous decision by the Yukon City Council Tuesday night to turn the lights back on at Andrew Drive and Garth Brooks Boulevard. But, it comes with the caveat of further studies. Residents have their light back but are unsure until when. “I am concerned about what their decision is going to be. For how long?” said concerned resident Jenny Crane. “For 30 days, they’re going to leave the light on, then, decide to close it again?” The traffic […]

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    Metro man on mission to lower speed limit

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Hal Deitz is on a mission for his neighborhood. He says turning out of Ski Island onto MacArthur is a terrifying experience. “It scares me because I have to drive right up to that pavement to be able to see far enough to know when to pull out,” said Deitz. The speed limit on that stretch of MacArthur, just south of Hefner, is 45 mph. Deitz says even that’s too fast; most people drive faster. “Most of […]

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    Midwest City woman diagnosed with brain tumor same day she loses insurance

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – A Midwest City woman is fighting for her life after being diagnosed with a brain tumor the same day she lost her health insurance. Laci Vaughan got the news back in April, on her 26th birthday. “I started getting really bad mental fatigue,” said Vaughan.  “We did the brain scan and then that’s when they found out it was actually a tumor.” A tumor in the very center of her brain that doctors at first thought […]

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    DOC director: Provider of execution drugs did not notify department of switch

    MCALESTER, Okla. – Officials with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections say a miscommunication between the department and a provider of execution drugs is to blame for a high-profile execution being stopped earlier this week. On Wednesday, Richard Glossip was scheduled to be put to death for the murder of Barry Van Treese in 1997. However, officials say they were forced to stay his execution when they realized they did not have the proper drugs needed for the procedure. On Thursday, […]

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    Bold burglar caught on camera

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Megan Peters got the call from her alarm company shortly after getting to work Tuesday morning. The alarm had gone off. Someone had come in through the front door. “I knew that no one was home so I told them to send out the police,” said Peters. Unfortunately, her alarm company neglected to give police the code to the gate at her house, so officers couldn’t get in. Surveillance video shows the man realizes he tripped the […]

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    ‘Street Outlaws’ body shop shot up

    Oklahoma City police are investigating after a local auto shop is shot up. It isn’t just any body shop, but one that’s quite famous. Midwest Street Cars Automotive has been made famous by the Discovery Channel reality show, Street Outlaws. The show revolves around the world of Oklahoma City street racing. They’re currently filming their seventh season. But, Monday night’s events were definitely not scripted. “It’s a scary deal for sure,” said Danny Parker or ‘Phantom’ on the show. “I […]

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    Choctaw police say suspects are stealing credit card numbers from local gas stations

    CHOCTAW, Okla. —  Rene Holbrook had just gotten paid last Friday night when she went to fill her car up with gas at the same station she always uses, the Country Boy gas station at Choctaw Road and S.E. 15th. But her card showed insufficient funds. “It’s Friday.  I just got paid and I don’t even have the money to get gas, and the banks are closed,” said Holbrook.  “I felt violated.  I thought how could somebody take the money out of […]

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    Husband shoots wife in middle of Moore street, then shot and killed by neighbor

    MOORE, Okla. – Moore police were busy interviewing about thirty different witnesses Sunday evening after two different shootings left one man dead and a woman injured. Police were called to the 600 block of S.W. 1st street around 7:30 Sunday night on a shooting. “A witness called police saying that someone had just shot their wife in the middle of the street and that he was trying to get into the house across the street.  And dispatch could hear gunshots over […]

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    No arrests four months after hit-and-run kills toddler

    Little Aun’Dreis Tramble was being pushed down Westech Road in Pottawatomie County in a stroller by his father back on May 27. A car hit them and, then, took off. Tramble suffered fatal injuries and his dad a broken foot. Four months after the crime, no arrests have been made. Thursday morning, a young maple tree was planted at the Seminole Nation Head Start, Tramble’s old preschool, in remembrance of the young student who didn’t even make it to his […]

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    Yukon traffic lights create controversy

    For two and a half months now, the traffic lights at Garth Brooks Boulevard and Andrew Drive have been out of commission. “Well, it malfunctioned originally,” said Yukon City Clerk Doug Shivers. City officials said they had to order a part from out of state. So, they covered the lights and decided to do a study. That study found they don’t need them. “The study concluded that, based on those criteria, there was no warrant for a traffic signal,” Shivers said. […]