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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
  • Supreme Court hears arguments challenging legislative bills

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Dozens packed the Oklahoma Supreme Court room at the state capitol Tuesday morning to hear challenges against several bills passed in the final days of the legislative session. Four different bills are being challenged in three different lawsuits. The first heard Tuesday morning was brought by the Oklahoma Automobile Dealers Association over the removal of the exemption of a 1.25 percent excise tax on motor vehicles. The second was filed by cigarette manufacturers over the $1.50 per […]

  • Logan County judge binds over suspect in fatal deputy shooting

    LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – A Logan County judge decided Monday afternoon there is enough probable cause for Nathan LeForce to stand trial for the murder of Logan County Deputy David Wade. Wade was shot multiple times back in April as he was trying to enforce an eviction notice at a home in Mulhall. “The family’s still very much grieving. I mean they have lots of emotions. I see grief. I see anger. I see exhaustion,” said Logan County District Attorney […]

  • Metro man tackles, handcuffs burglary suspect

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Charlie, a 2-and-a-half-year-old dachshund, rarely barks. But, he’s smart enough to know a strange man should not be in his house at 6:30 on a Tuesday morning. “Woke up in the morning with my dog, Charlie, barking, and that’s unusual for him,” said Gray Delacluyse. Delacluyse walked out of his bedroom to find a burglar in his dining room. “He was actually standing on the other side of the dining room table, and I start yelling at […]

  • Viral Facebook post raises question: What to do if you find a copperhead on your property

    LEQUIRE, Okla. – The Facebook post grabbed attention all over the nation – ‘72-year-old Oklahoma woman kills 17 copperheads with shotgun, shovel.’ The story explained the woman’s neighbor visited her and found out she’d killed all the poisonous snakes. The post went viral. “They do den, and they hibernate in dens like that, but it’s typically later in the year like late September or early October that we see that concentration,” said Jena Donnell with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife […]

  • Metro woman upset over judge promotion

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY – It’s been four years now since Lisa Knight lost custody of her daughter, Sarah, to her ex-husband in California. “Most of the times, I wake up crying. It’s just really horrifying,” Knight said. The Oklahoma judge’s decision caused widespread outcry because Sarah’s dad, Nicholas Elizondo, is a registered sex offender. “It’s sort of like the judge just sent her to California and thought, you know, this is it, and it’ll be over with and it won’t be […]

  • Embattled elementary school holds back to school bash

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a day that almost didn’t happen. But, the embattled community of North Highland Elementary will live to see another year. On Saturday, staff and community volunteers hosted a back to school bash. It was organized by the North Highland Community for Accountability Group who partnered with several local churches and organizations. Parents and students got tours of the school, and the new interim principal said it’s a changed place. “We’re realizing that we have to change […]

  • Metro woman says someone threw concrete chunk through her car window over parking spot

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Taylor Henry was just trying to get a work out in Sunday morning. She got to the Planet Fitness at May and Hefner just before 11:30 a.m. “I was driving in between these parking spaces and I saw a close one and I started turning into it. And I noticed someone coming from the side and they tried to get into it as well,” said Henry. Henry said she was already halfway into the spot so she proceeded […]

  • Court documents: High-ranking officer at Fort Sill accused of rape

    FORT SILL, Okla. – A high-ranking military officer who used to be stationed at Fort Sill in Lawton is facing accusations of rape from his time there. The alleged sexual assaults took place in August of 2016 involving a civilian employee at the post. According to court documents, the alleged victim and the suspect had been in a previous dating relationship. After the relationship ended, court documents claim she “was sexually assaulted on numerous occasions.” “A knife was used… on […]

  • “I’m innocent,” Del City double murder suspect proclaims innocence following preliminary hearing

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Roshaun Jones sat in an Oklahoma County courtroom Wednesday morning, listening to the evidence against him. The MMA fighter is accused of killing two people at the Laundry Station in Del City back on Jan. 23. Police said he killed 42-year-old Nekia Jackson, the laundromat manager, and 60-year-old Russ Roberts, a customer. During the preliminary hearing, a Del City detective testified about surveillance video from the laundromat that shows the murders. They did not play the video in […]

  • Jenks community in mourning after triple fatality crash on I-35

    JENKS, Okla. – The investigation continues Tuesday into a crash on I-35 that took three lives. It happened Monday afternoon just before 3:30 in the afternoon at mile marker 91 in Purcell. Erin Van Horn was driving a white 2014 GMC Yukon with six kids inside when she slammed into the back of a stopped semi truck at a high rate of speed. “It was a significant crash. It was a high impact crash, high speed,” said Trooper Dwight Durant […]

  • Critically injured trooper described as a ‘godly’ man

    MOORE, Okla. – Those who know Lt. Heath Meyer, a graduate of the 2005 OHP academy, call him a wonderful person. “This is just an incredibly tragic event but, to have it happen to Heath, it’s hard,” said DPS Commissioner Michael Thompson. Meyer, a member of Troop A in Oklahoma City, heard the call for help Friday night and responded. “What’s especially tragic here is, just moments before this, Lt. Meyer, his troop commander and another lieutenant was sitting at […]