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.

Recent Articles
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    Oklahoma woman warns about driveway scam

    McLOUD, Okla. – Jolene was home early from work the day before Thanksgiving and had just gone to the front yard to let her dogs out. A man drove up offering to fix her driveway. She said he appeared to be working for a legitimate company, so they agreed on a price, and he began right away. “About six or seven people showed up to start doing work and started unloading all the heavy equipment and got to work,” Jolene said. […]

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    Mayor of El Reno: The city is in crisis

    EL RENO, Okla. — Red Cross disaster volunteers set up a warming center and shelter at a local fieldhouse after large portions of El Reno experienced power outages. “We’re here to make sure they have someplace to go and can stay warm,” said Alicia Howard, a volunteer. “We want to make sure everybody has a place to stay warm and they have some food until they get their power back on and hopefully that’s soon.” Much of El Reno went dark […]

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    “The line came down with it and a ball of fire,” Power outage causes electrical fire

    CASHION, Okla. — Mark Beutler was at his mom’s house in Cashion as he nervously watched the power line across the street growing heavy under the weight of tree limbs and ice. He says he saw the line coming down. “The limbs came down, the line came down with it and a ball of fire,” said Beutler. Beutel says he saw the ball of fire travel down the power line to the OG&E meter on his mom’s house. “So I ran […]

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    Family searching for answers one year after hit and run killed their Marine

    OKLAHOMA CITY – “We all want to know why,” said Shannon Wells. “Why’d you hit him and just keep going?  Why didn’t you stop?” Her brother, Richard Wells, was discovered along the side of I-44 near May last Nov. 23. He had been hit by a car, but whoever did it never looked back. “You cut short a person who proudly served his country,” said his mom, Gloria Torralba. “He would’ve gave the shirt off his back to anybody that […]

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    “They were going to kill him,” Dog attacked by pit bulls

    Little Gabriel, an 8-year-old shih tzu, had a tough day on Monday.  He had to get 16 stitches after being attacked by two pit bulls.  “I hear this screeching noise, and I immediately come running outside, and they’re just all over him, like they were going to kill him,” said Gabriel’s owner, Candice Hokett.  Gabriel was on his leash, tethered near the front door and enjoying the noon sunshine when the animals struck.  “They had him around his neck,” Hokett […]

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    Oklahoma man “Joe Exotic” running for President of the United States

    OKLAHOMA CITY – He’s the latest Oklahoman to announce his candidacy for president of the United States. “Joe Exotic” as many people know him mailed his statement of candidacy to the Federal Election Commission late last week. You may have seen him in the news before. His name used to be Joe Schreibvogel, but he recently got married and took his husband’s name. He is now Joseph Maldonado, running as an independent candidate for president of the US. He runs […]

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    Many jarred from deep sleep by 4.7 magnitude earthquake

    ALFALFA COUNTY, Okla. —  It was the largest earthquake in Oklahoma in more than four years, striking near Cherokee, in the far northwest part of the state around 1:45 am. The quake was felt as far north as Kansas, as far east as Arkansas, and as far south as Texas. Residents in and around Cherokee say the quake has definitely them shaken up. “I felt the whole house just start shaking, and stuff started falling over on my tables. I had a […]

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    Metro woman accuses mom of selling donated baby items

    Gwen Keller loves baking.  She sells her delicious cinnamon rolls by the dozen.  But, recently, she offered them as a type of bribe to get help for someone else.  “I said, ‘In exchange for you helping me help her, you have a choice of yeast rolls or cinnamon rolls,’” Keller said.  Keller was trying to help a young  mom who had posted on a local garage sale site that she had nothing for her baby who was due in five […]

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    Oklahoma doctor has ties to Syria and France

    Dr. Amer Nouh is from Syria and spent eight years living in France, before coming to the United States in 2004.  “When the explosion in Paris happened, I felt like a deep wound in my heart,” Nouh said. Nouh said more than half the people in his native country have now fled.  And, he said most are highly educated.  “They are physicians, teachers, engineers,” Nouh said. “Now, they are just looking for a safer place for their families.”  Nouh doesn’t believe the […]

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    “It’s just uncanny the similarities between the girls,” Oklahoma survivors have amazing connection

    STILLWATER, Okla. – Olivia Chilton, 19, is a freshman at Oklahoma State University. She’s thinking about a career in the medical field. As she quietly studies in the library, you’d never guess what a medical miracle she is. “I remember them telling us that she had less than a 10 percent chance to live,” said Olivia’s mom, Michelle Chilton. Olivia was born 4 months early, weighing just over a pound. She could wear her daddy’s wedding ring as a bracelet. […]

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    Oklahoma survivors have amazing connection after defying the odds

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Olivia Chilton has held a distinctive record for 19 years as the smallest baby ever born to survive out of the Integris Baptist Medical Center NICU.  She weighed just over a pound when she was born. “I remember them telling us that she had less than a 10 percent chance to live,” said Olivia’s mom, Michelle Chilton.  But Olivia defied those odds and is now a freshman at Oklahoma State University.  This past summer, though, she lost that […]