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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.

Recent Articles
  • Colton Clark disappeared in 2006.

    Break in cold case: 9-year-old boy missing for a decade

    SEMINOLE, Okla. – There has been a break in the case of a 9-year-old boy missing since 2006. Levi Colton Clark vanished from his aunt and uncle’s home just south of Seminole. He and his brother had been placed there by DHS, because their biological parents had drug addiction issues. The case was originally investigated as a runaway, but things were suspicious from the start. “His backpack was missing. He left his favorite red shoes. Scent dogs did not detect […]

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    Krispy Kreme employees searching for customer after finding $470 on floor

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Employees at an Oklahoma City Krispy Kreme store are searching for an elderly man who left behind something very valuable. He dropped nearly $500 in cash while he was in their store, located at Penn and Memorial. The man dropped the money on the floor in the lobby around 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.  “The gentleman had come in, purchased a couple of donuts. As he was putting his money away, he dropped some on the floor,” said Jason […]

  • EOI test exam

    EOI bills inching closer to passing

    OKLAHOMA – HB 2527 passed out of the senate appropriations committee on Wednesday morning. It’s one of four bills making its way through the legislature dealing with EOI’s or end of instruction testing. High schoolers in Oklahoma have to pass four of seven tests, ranging from subjects of algebra to English, to graduate from high school. Educators have long contended these tests are a waste of time and resources. “It’s not a college entrance exam. It doesn’t help you in […]

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    New high-tech Midwest City crosswalks creating confusion for drivers

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – They’re supposed to be a safe place for pedestrians to cross busy roads. But, Midwest City police said some new high-tech crosswalks are confusing drivers, creating a dangerous situation. The crosswalks are located at Kathleen & Reno and S.E. 10th & Post Road. And, they’re not like traditional crosswalks located at corners. Instead, they’re in the middle of the block. The new system is called H.A.W.K., short for High Intensity Activated Crosswalk, and it’s being utilized around […]

  • School bus fire on Turner Turnpike

    Stroud school bus erupts in flames on Turner Turnpike

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A school bus full of Stroud 9th graders burst into flames along the Turner Turnpike Monday morning. The 23 9th graders and two adults were on their way to the Oklahoma City zoo for a field trip. They were traveling westbound on the turnpike and had almost made it to I-35 when they noticed something was wrong. “We heard a big loud pop. We thought we blew a tire. So, she pulled over on the side of […]

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    Health Care Authority proposes plan to avoid deep Medicaid cuts

    OKLAHOMA – It’s a scenario some say would be devastating for health care in our state – a proposed deep cut in provider rates for those who treat Medicaid patients. Integris Baptist officials just announced on Thursday they may have to lay off employees, partly because of this Medicaid provider rate cut. But, now, the CEO of the Oklahoma Health Care Authority is proposing a plan that could possibly keep this rate cut from going into effect. “It’s a very […]

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    Oklahoma City teacher running for office laid off by school district

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro teacher who is running for state office is one of more than 200 teachers being laid off by the Oklahoma City school district. Mickey Dollens is losing his job as a freshman English teacher at U.S. Grant High School. He’s using it as a real life lesson for his students. “Sometimes life throws at us situations that we can’t always control.  But what can we control?” Dollens asked his students in class Thursday afternoon. “Ourselves,” his […]

  • Elderly at risk

    Opponents of new bill say it will affect services for aged, blind and disabled

    OKLAHOMA – Berdia Boykins lost part of her left leg after complications from a foot surgery. She relies on the Advantage Waiver program for day to day help. “It’s a good program. It’s a great help for me now that I’ve lost some of my independence. I can’t do some of these things for myself anymore,” Boykins said. Lola Edwards’ company, Complete Home Services, provides help for Boykins. “We’re able to keep them as independent as possible in their own […]

  • Illegal guns seized at SW OKC home

    Police find several stolen guns in southwest Oklahoma City home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police found dozens of stolen guns in a home while serving what they call a “high risk” search warrant. Oklahoma City police used their tactical unit to get into a home near S.W. 63rd St. and Douglas on Tuesday morning. “Anytime we serve a search warrant, one where we’re kicking in a door or making forcible entry into a residence, that’s dangerous enough. But, then, when you throw in the fact that there might be […]

  • Oil

    Tuttle fighting energy companies over road damages

    TUTTLE, Okla. – The city of Tuttle is in a showdown between two energy companies. Citizen Energy and Linn Energy want to drill in the city, but city officials said they can’t until they fix the damage they’ve already done to roads out there from previous drilling operations. City officials said all the drilling going on in the area is taking a heavy toll on their roads. They said the roads were not built to withstand all the heavy trucks traveling on them. And, […]

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    Drivers concerned about Lake Hefner Parkway cable barrier damage

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The cable barriers along Lake Hefner Parkway were the first to be installed in our state back in 2001 because of the number of crossover accidents there. Since then, they’ve done their job. They’ve been hit about 750 times, only allowing one vehicle to cross over. But, on a five miles stretch from 122nd to I-44, there are currently 14 different sections with multiple poles down. “That really concerns me. That needs to be replaced. There’s a […]