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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
  • Police chase ends in fiery crash, killing suspect

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It was a fiery end to a police chase that ended up with the suspect dead and four innocent people injured. “We heard this horrific crash, and boom and sirens, and it was just a horrific noise,” said Lon Watts, who heard the crash just after 8 Friday morning on Agnew at the I-40 overpass. It all started just a few minutes before the crash when police tried to pull over the female suspect for driving erratically […]

  • State warns public health lab could be shut down

    OKLAHOMA – State health officials are warning legislators, if they don’t get more funding, the state public health lab could be shut down. That lab is responsible for all newborn screenings, detecting emerging pathogens like Ebola and Zika and testing for infectious diseases and food-borne illnesses. The lab is 44 years old and is currently housed in the basement of the state health department. “What we’ve had to do is encroach on areas like break rooms, and locker spaces and […]

  • State representative says larger classes should equal more pay

    OKLAHOMA – There are 32 6th graders in Rachel McNear’s reading and language class. Desks are crammed right to the edge of her classroom at Oakridge Elementary in Moore. “I don’t get to reach everyone, like I did before. I don’t get to meet with them in small groups, like I did before, or one on one,” McNear said. State Representative Todd Russ has filed a bill that would funnel more money to teachers, like McNear, with oversized classrooms. “My […]

  • Allegations of misconduct temporarily suspend popular community theater

    OKLAHOMA CITY – St. Luke’s United Methodist officials said they have temporarily suspended all classes, shows and trips for Poteet Theatre while police conduct an investigation into one of their former employees. Poteet Theatre is an outreach of St. Luke’s and is a popular community theater program for children and adults. Church officials held a meeting last Friday night for parents of children in the program. Parents were informed the employee was immediately fired after learning he had violated his […]

  • Former Guthrie police officer says it’s time for the city to end their fight

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – A fight has been going on for more than three years now. Lt. Mark Bruning was fired from the Guthrie Police Department after arresting his then girlfriend’s ex-husband for public intoxication at a Mumford & Sons concert. Bruning arrested Kyle White despite an Incident Action Plan issued by the Chief of Police directing officers to make arrests only as a last resort. Charges against White were eventually dropped, and Bruning was fired because of his actions. Because Bruning […]

  • Representative Dan Kirby testifies before special house investigative committee

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  State representative, Dan Kirby, testified Friday before a special house investigative committee looking into allegations of sexual harassment against him brought by two female state employees. The allegations came to light after reports that the state house had paid $44,500 in a settlement with one of the accusers. Kirby testified before the committee for three and a half hours. “We answered questions about Ms. Johnson. We answered questions about Ms. Bishop. We answered questions about the settlement, […]

  • State school board approves Seminole charter school

    SEMINOLE, Okla. – The meeting was so packed people had to spill out into the hallway outside the State Department of Education board room. Almost 100 people wearing blue t-shirts that said Academy of Seminole showed up in support of a yes vote. They were appealing to the state school board after the local Seminole school board turned them down two times. Several parents appealed to the state school board. “Another choice in the educational field that would allow parents to […]

  • Metro couple held up while trying to make sale

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro couple got more than they bargained for while trying to sell a cell phone. “I was actually trying to sell my iPhone SE,” said Kayte Simmons. Simmons had tried using the ‘letgo’ app several times without any luck. Tuesday night was supposed to be her first sale. “This guy contacted me, and he asked me if we could meet and I told him yes,” Simmons said. Something about the sale was making Simmons uneasy though, […]

  • EMSA accused of accepting millions in illegal kickbacks

    OKLAHOMA – Our state’s largest ambulance service provider is being accused of accepting illegal kickbacks. Emergency Medical Services Authority provides ambulance service for Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The investigation into the kickbacks started several years ago when a federal civil lawsuit was filed by a so-called whistleblower, a former employee of a company that contracted with EMSA. On Monday, the federal government joined in the lawsuit alleging the defendants owe millions of dollars in penalties and damages for false Medicare and […]

  • Del City police investigating double homicide inside laundromat

    DEL CITY, Okla. – Del City police are investigating after two people were found shot inside the Laundry Station at 4000 S.E. 15th Street. Police have not officially released the victims’ names but tell us they were a man and woman. The woman was the manager at the laundromat, and the man was a customer. Family of the store manager tell us her name is Nekia Jackson. Several distraught family members gathered around the Laundry Station Monday morning as police […]

  • Oklahoma City police investigating body in burned vehicle

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police continue to investigate after the body of a male was found inside a burning car early Saturday morning. The vehicle was found burning in the 12500 block of Clarence Court, near 122nd and MacArthur just after midnight. The homeowner who lives right there called 911 when he saw the flames. “I went and looked through the blinds, and I saw just a massive fireball and the vehicle was on fire in front of my […]