Manhunt for Oklahoma man accused of shooting 6 people leaving two dead

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.

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    Refunds to state agencies vs. teacher pay raises

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Governor Mary Fallin announced Thursday that the $140 million dollar state surplus would be returned equally to the state agencies who had to slash their budgets after two previous state revenue failures. The other option for that money was to hold a special session to talk about dedicating that money to teacher pay raises, a hot topic in our state right now. But the governor and legislators made the decision against the special session and now many are […]

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    Dibble City Clerk charged with embezzling more than $75,000

    DIBBLE, Okla.– Teddy Wooten says several months went by without Friends Country Church in Dibble getting a water bill. “We just didn’t know what was going on. You know, we (were) just expecting we (were) going to get a big water bill. Just didn’t think they (were) doing their job. We didn’t know anything about what was going on,” said Wooten. It surprised him to hear that Brandy Dover, the Dibble city clerk, was charged with embezzling more than $75,000. […]

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    Metro Couple’s Microwave Bursts Into Flames

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Christine Clay’s husband had just taken some bacon out of the microwave when smoke started billowing. “We heard some sizzling and then to me, it was a pop,” said Clay. “At first I didn’t see the flames and when we opened the cabinet doors and stuff that’s when the flames started coming out the top.” Clay tried to douse the flames while her husband ran to the garage to cut the electricity. She watched as the fire started […]


    Former Edmond substitute arrested for allegedly providing marijuana to students

    EDMOND, Okla. – A former substitute teacher’s turned herself in to the Oklahoma County Jail on Monday morning on two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor by providing marijuana while at her home. The allegations against 40-year-old Heather Diane Lytle surfaced back in April, when Lytle was a substitute teacher at Santa Fe High School in Edmond. According to the original police report, an assistant principal contacted police and showed them messages on a student’s phone on the […]

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    Accident victim starts medical school

    OKLAHOMA – It was the second to the last day of Tyler Zander’s summer job at Zaloudek Grain in Kremlin. He remembers hearing his coworker scream. “It honestly kind of seems like a movie I watched a long time ago,” Zander said. “One of the guys I was working with stepped on a board that was covering the auger, took his leg, just essentially grinding his leg up.” The auger is a big metal corkscrew that spins and moves the […]

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    Village Resident Takes Concerns About Power Outages to Corporation Commission

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Cheryl Steckler bought her washing machine at an estate sale a couple months ago. She was forced to get a new one quickly after her old one got fried. “Everything shut down and came back on and I didn’t have a washing machine after that,” said Steckler. “It was dead. It was the circuit board. It wouldn’t come on at all.” Steckler says it’s a symptom of an ongoing problem in The Village; power outages. OG&E refers to […]

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    Oklahoma residents calling for action after latest fish kill

    For many who live along the Salt Fork and Arkansas rivers in northern Oklahoma, the water is an integral part of life. “I’ve enjoyed my whole life on the river. It’s been very nice. It’s a beautiful place until all this starts happening,” said Larry Champlin. But just this past weekend, no one would have wanted to be on the water. “It was solid fish, thousands of fish. Stunk, stunk real bad,” said Timmy Glaser. Larry Champlin and Timmy Glaser […]

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    Former Shawnee Youth Pastor Sentenced for Inappropriate Texts

    SHAWNEE, Okla.– Brian Burchfield walked out of the Pottawatomie County courthouse Wednesday afternoon in handcuffs. He was sentenced to ten years probation with six months to be served in the county jail on four counts of soliciting sexual conduct or communication with a minor by use of technology. The sentences will run concurrent, which means he will only spend six months behind bars. He will also have to register as a sex offender when he gets out. The texts went […]

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    Oklahoma City school board votes to put bond issue on ballot

    OKLAHOMA CITY – At a special meeting Tuesday afternoon, the Oklahoma City school board voted unanimously to put a $180 million bond issue on the November ballot. “A lot of what we’re talking about is safety issues and making sure that we have our students participating in a safe facility with safe equipment,” said Scott Randall, Chief Capital Projects Officer for the district. School officials are calling this a maintenance bond, taking care of what they already have. It would […]

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    Hundreds sign petition against proposed northwest Oklahoma City development

    YUKON, Okla. – It’s roughly 320 acres of farmland stretching from Piedmont to Mustang Roads and Britton to Hefner. If a developer has his way, though, it will someday be Redstone Ranch, a neighborhood consisting of around 1,200 homes. But, hundreds of residents have signed a petition against it. “There’s already a burden placed on city responders trying to get out to the rural parts of town,” said Brandi Reynolds, who started the petition. “I moved out here, and […]

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    Dental Board Suspends License of Tulsa Dentist Accused of Murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY– The troubles just keep stacking up for Tulsa dentist, Bert Franklin. On Wednesday, Oklahoma County district judge, Cindy Truong, denied Franklin’s bond request, calling him a danger to the community. On Friday, the State Board of Dentistry, agreed. “The board no longer feels that anyone can go into an office that he’s in and be safe,” said executive director, Susan Rogers. Franklin was arrested in July after the death of his girlfriend’s son, 19 month old, Lincoln Lewis. Lewis […]