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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
  • School choice group threatens lawsuit over new A-F school grading system

    OKLAHOMA CITY – There are renewed claims that our state’s new A through F grading system for schools is racist. Critics have claimed since it was approved by the state Department of Education in December that the new plan has lower expectations for minority and poor students. And just one day after Governor Mary Fallin signed a House Joint Resolution approving the report behind that system, a parent choice group is threatening a lawsuit. “I really think we’re going to […]

  • Edmond resident fed up with hole in yard

    EDMOND, Okla. – Tim Moritz is fed up with the hole in his front yard. “It’s not a sinkhole where my car or kids are going to fall through. But, still, it was a pain. You’re trying to cut the grass, and reseed it and all that,” Moritz said. It’s about four feet long, two feet wide and a few feet deep. An AT&T subcontractor dug it up July of 2016. “But, then, nobody ever came back. Nobody ever came […]

  • New details released in Oklahoma City officer-involved shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A suspect shot and killed over the weekend after a chase with law enforcement was driving a stolen truck. An OHP trooper originally tried to pull the truck over around 6:45 Saturday morning near I-240 and Air Depot for a broken tag light. The driver led the trooper on a chase, and an Oklahoma City police officer joined in for backup. It finally came to an end in the front yard of a house at S.E. 32nd and […]

  • “It was terrifying,” Mustang man injured trying to rescue girlfriend from burning home

    MUSTANG, Okla. – There is a small memorial in the front yard of 512 S. Castle Ridge Lane in Mustang. It’s a tribute to Jill Vaught, 34, who lost her life in the house fire there. The fire broke out around 12:45 Saturday morning. “I heard her scream, ‘I think the house is on fire!’ I woke up. I couldn’t breathe. Oh God, it was terrifying,” said Duncan Brouwer. Brouwer is Vaught’s boyfriend. He was in a different room when […]

  • Funding to solve cold cases across Oklahoma is cut

    OKLAHOMA – Families and law enforcement agencies were warned last November it could happen, and it has now become a reality. A national grant for cold case funding has been cut. The grant is through the National Institute of Justice and is called Using DNA Technology To Identify the Missing. It provided $4.7 million for the entire country and has been in existence since 2004 and in use at the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification. That is […]

  • State Democrats Say Republicans Are Not Fighting For Families

    OKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Jason Dunnington held a press conference Wednesday afternoon as part of a nationwide movement. It’s part of the multi-state #fightingforfamilies movement by State Innovation Exchange Action, a non-profit fighting for bills that would raise incomes, support creation of good jobs and level the playing field for working families. “Our economy and our government should work for Oklahoma’s middle class and working families, not just for big corporations and the wealthy few,” said Rep. Dunnington. Several […]

  • “It would put us in a big bind,” Oklahoma City group fighting to keep pensions

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Their meetings started out with only about a dozen people attending, but has grown to include over 100. The Oklahoma City Committee to Protect Pensions says they’re fighting for the pensions of more than 6,400 Oklahomans. The federal government took over the Teamsters’ Central States Pension Fund back in the 1980’s and commissioned Wall Street to manage it. But it has been slowly crumbling. Many believe poor management of the funds is to blame and they want […]

  • Fiery crash begins with car chase and shots fired

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Laura Ward was outside in her front yard near N.W. 85th and Hudson when she heard the shots fired. “We were right there. That’s all we know. We saw everything. They were inside luckily,” Ward said. Her 3- and 4-year-old daughters were inside the house at the time. “Just pow, pow, pow. It was a small gun. It must have been,” Ward said. “The cars came back here and started shooting again, and they just raced off.” […]

  • Oklahoma Congressman Frank Lucas holds town hall meeting in Yukon

    YUKON, Okla. – Rep. Lucas is the first one of Oklahoma’s Washington lawmakers to hold a true face-to-face town hall meeting. Many voters have been questioning why there haven’t been any and other town hall meetings around the country have become extremely raucous. But the approximately 60 people who attended Lucas’ town hall meeting remained civil. Many of the questions posed to the congressman revolved around healthcare. “Do you favor repealing the Affordable Care Act?” asked one constituent. “If you […]

  • School parking lot argument turns racial

    MOORE, Okla. – A Moore mom said she was the victim of racial slurs while picking up her kids from school. Krystan Turner was picking up her third and first grader from Briarwood Elementary Wednesday afternoon when it happened. A dad trying to cross the crosswalk with his 6-year-old son became angry when he said she did not stop her car for him. “And, I see him standing right there. I look at him. He didn’t move, so I proceeded […]

  • Moore mom subject of racial slurs

    MOORE, Okla – A Moore mom captured a disturbing scene on her cell phone while picking up her kids at Briarwood Elementary Wednesday afternoon. A man who claims she almost hit him in the parking lot called her a nasty name, and it escalated from there into racial slurs. Krystan Turner recorded the whole encounter on her cell phone, and the video has gone viral on Facebook. Moore school district officials said they are investigating the incident and dad could […]