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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, Bryan, live in Oklahoma City with their three young children. They attend Crossings Community Church.


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    Group pushes to get educators in office

    OKLAHOMA – Oklahoma Parents and Educators for Public Education is a group that has been very vocal about many education bills this legislative session. They said it is time for a change at the capitol, and they’re pushing to get more educators in office. Mickey Dollens is one of those educators. The US Grant High School teacher was going door to door Monday afternoon near S.W. 60th and Penn asking people about their concerns. He’s running for State Representative District 93. […]

  • Aubrey McClendon was killed in a fiery car crash March 2.

    Investigators looking to ‘black box’ to reveal final moments before McClendon crash, details could be released today

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – There are still so many unanswered questions surrounding the death of oil and gas executive Aubrey McClendon. The former Chesapeake CEO died Wednesday morning, March 2,  after his Chevy Tahoe crashed into the Turnpike bridge embankment on Midwest Blvd. At this point, investigators are expected to reconstruct the accident to determine exactly what happened. Sgt. John Shuck with the Midwest City Police Department said serious and fatal accidents always leave behind questions. “Obviously, everybody wants to know, you know, why? […]

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    Oklahoma City doctor arrested for sexual battery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Police Department says Kersi Bharucha, 59, was arrested Thursday morning at his OU Physicians Office on one count of sexual battery. Bharucha is an associate professor in OU Medicine’s Department of Neurology, according to his biography page. The neurologist is accused of inappropriately touching a patient when she was at a routine visit last October. According to the probable cause affidavit, they were sitting across from each other talking about the medical reasons for the […]

  • Oklahomans For Criminal Justice Reform signature drive

    Group hoping to reclassify low-level offenses in Oklahoma launches signature drive

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A group of Oklahomans kicked off a signature drive on Thursday morning in an attempt to get two state questions to a vote of the people in November. Supporters of the measures said they will not only reduce the prison population but will also help low-level offenders turn their lives around for the better. They said, if prisoners who need mental health and substance abuse treatment don’t get the help they need, they just end up back in prison. […]

  • Shooting at N.E. 36th & Lottie

    “I was afraid for the kids,” Suspects allegedly open fire on family in apartment

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A family is recovering following a terrifying shooting at their home Tuesday evening. Around 8:15 p.m., police were called to the Sooner Haven apartments, located near N.E. 36th St. and Lottie, on reports of a shooting. When they reached the apartment, they found the door riddled with bullet holes. Inside, one person was shot in the leg and chest. According to police, a family was inside having dinner when several men started banging on their door. “They […]

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    Metro family business becomes target of vandals, thieves

    OKLAHOMA CITY – York’s TV & Appliance served metro customers for three decades. They closed the doors to their store at 3101 N. May about seven years ago and have been the target of thieves and vandals ever since. “Lots of people have passed through those doors,” said Yvonne York.  “We just sort of raised our boys here. They all worked here.” The building holds fond memories. But, crime is slowly taking those over. All of the copper wiring in […]

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    Oklahoma Department of Transportation cutting additional $17.6 million from budget

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Department of Transportation Commissioners voted at their Monday meeting to reduce Capital Projects from the ROADS Fund by $17.6 million. It’s a move they were forced to take after the second declaration of the state’s current year revenue failure. They have now reduced the current year’s budget by more than $30 million. And, commissioners were warned it could get worse. “Further reductions may occur before June 30, 2016 if revenues continue to decline,” said Chelley Hilmes with the […]

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    Officials: Half of Logan County’s tornado sirens are not working

    LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – Laurie Davis home schools her seven children out of her rural Logan County home. The tornado siren just down the street is not working right now. “It’s a little unsettling, because we’ve had more than one near-miss here with tornadoes in the past, and we kind of rely on that,” Davis said. Logan County Emergency Manager David Ball said he just found out about the problem last week when the tornado siren contractor told him the bearings in […]

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    FEMA possibly changing the way states get federal disaster aid

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Changes to the way Oklahoma receives federal disaster aid could be in the works. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is looking at upping the threshold that states, counties and cities have to meet before getting that money. Those proposed changes include tougher standards that could require states to take more preventative measures before applying for assistance. “It could raise three to four times of what that threshold is now, and that would be devastating to some local governments and […]

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    Bill that would allow violent offenders to get parole fails in committee

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Several family members flooded the State Capitol on Monday, hoping their loved ones would be given a second chance. “I feel like they’ve paid for their crime,” said Vickie Welch, whose two brothers are serving life in prison. “My husband is in prison.  He’s been in prison since he was 18-years-old,” said Joyce Dickerson. OK-CURE, Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants, rallied at the Capitol on Monday in support of Senate Bill 1035. “He has been […]

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    Oklahoma woman says insurance company refuses to pay for roof damage

    AMBER, Okla. – Theresa Turner said the roof on her house is a mess. “There’s like two or three rows right there that’s already lifted up that you can see where they’re going to fly off,” Turner said.  “So, it’s already starting to lift up there as well in the front.” Turner started noticing the problems two weeks ago when an entire section of shingles peeled back. That’s also when she noticed water damage on the ceiling of her guest bedroom. “Now, […]