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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
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    Update: Escaped Custer County inmate arrested in Warr Acres

    UPDATE: Around 9:10 a.m. on Monday, Warr Acres officers went to the 5900 block of N.W. 45th St. According to initial reports, that’s where Van Brunt was taken into custody. Police say Van Brunt could face multiple charges, including grand theft auto. CUSTER COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities say they are looking for an inmate who escaped custody in Custer County early Sunday morning. According to Kenneth Tidwell, with Custer County Sheriff’s Office, deputies are searching for 36-year-old Nicholas Todd Van Brunt. […]

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    Shawnee man says mountain lion visited his backyard

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – A Shawnee man says he spotted a mountain lion in his backyard several times and he says he has the pictures to prove it. Ken Kerbo’s Shawnee home backs up to 160 acres of undeveloped property. He is used to seeing wild deer and turkeys, but one animal took him by surprise. Kerbo said, “The birds were really making horrific noises. They were just squawking like crazy. And about that time, we heard this real loud cry.” Ken snapped […]

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    Cadet accidentally shoots himself and instructor during training exercise

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. – Emergency crews responded to two gun shot victims at the Oklahoma County gun range near 36th and Air Depot Rd. Monday afternoon. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Trooper Mark Walters, a 30 year veteran of the OHP was on duty as a firearms instructor when Cadet Bryce Scout experienced an accidental discharge of his weapon, shooting both himself and the firearms instructor. Both victims were transported to the hospital where they were treated and released […]

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    Metro man angered over police line of questioning

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man says when he reported a crime to the Oklahoma City police department, he ended up being treated like a criminal, instead of the victim. Charles Williams says he had just been carjacked and robbed. “I had a hard time sleeping for about three or four weeks,” said Williams. It was just a routine trip to the Walmart Market at N.W. 23rd and Pennsylvania, but it quickly turned into an hour and a half […]

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    Memorial Day Washout: Rain keeps some away from outdoor activities

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Memorial Day traditionally involves outdoor activities like grilling out and going to the lake. But Mother Nature wasn’t cooperating so well this year. Sheila Hutton works the Central Park gate at Lake Arcadia. She says she normally has a line on Memorial Day. This holiday, there’s no wait. Hutton said, “Most definitely it’s not even a dent in what we normally see.” Monday’s drenching rains kept many people from going to the lake, but campers there say […]

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    ‘They’ll be lifelong friends,’ Babies born during Moore tornado celebrate first birthdays

    GOLDSBY, Okla. – Three very special 1-year-olds celebrated their birthdays together at the community center in Goldsby Sunday afternoon. Kellen Jacobs, Braeden Taylor and Amari Hogan share a unique bond. One year ago, their entrance into the world was being upstaged by a massive tornado headed right for their hospital, the Moore Medical Center. The hospital took a direct hit from last year’s May 20 tornado. “I remember the pressure building up in my ears. I remember the noise. I […]

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    Public Humiliation: Forest Park Police Department referred to as “PenisTown Clowns”

    FOREST PARK, Okla. – An Oklahoma police department has been humiliated in a very public way. Someone targeted the police department through Google. Apparently at least one Google user isn’t too happy with the town’s lawmen. We showed some residents in the area what pops up when you Google “Forest Park Oklahoma police department.” “Forest what? Why would they put that up there,” Tulus Thompson said. “Oh my,” Mike Dipple said. “Forest PenisTown Clowns” is the first thing that pops up […]

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    Oklahoma’s first ever earthquake warning

    OKLAHOMA – We are used to tornado warnings in our state. Now, a new kind of warning – an earthquake warning. Researchers with the US Geological Survey and the Oklahoma Geological Survey say the rate of earthquakes in Oklahoma has increased by 50 percent since October of 2013. That’s significantly increasing our chances for a damaging magnitude 5.5 or greater quake in central Oklahoma. “It’s the responsible thing to do to not scare people but make them aware there’s some possibility […]

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    New cooling chair helps firefighters cool off

    LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – The Logan County blaze is taking a toll on our firefighters. More than 100 firefighters have had to be rehydrated or treated for smoke inhalation. EMSA paramedics tried out a brand new tool Monday to help those men and women fighting the fire. It looks like a normal lawn chair but the Kore Kooler is the latest gadget to rehab our firefighters. EMSA paramedic, Richelle Treece said, “The first firefighter we sat in the chair thought that […]

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    Anti death penalty group calls for halt in executions

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Death penalty opponents in Oklahoma say they’re appalled at Tuesday night’s execution. The Oklahoma Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty had a protest and vigil at the capitol on Tuesday. They hosted a sit in at Governor Mary Fallin’s office followed by a vigil at the governor’s mansion. They were hoping to convince the governor to stop the execution. Lydia Polley says she had just returned home from the vigil when she heard the news about the […]

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    Christina Fallin at center of Norman Music Festival protests, festival apologizes for Pink Pony performance

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As Gov. Mary Fallin is touring part of the state that was devastated by a weekend tornado, another member of the Fallin family is making headlines. Christina Fallin, and her band Pink Pony, performed at the Norman Music Festival last weekend. In March, Fallin drew criticism for a photo shoot involving a Native American headdress. In Native American culture, only the brave and powerful members of a tribe were given the opportunity to wear headdresses during special […]