RADAR: Watch live radar as thunderstorms move into Oklahoma
  • Follow me on:

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 2005, before deciding to stay home full time with her children.

She now freelance reports for KFOR and enjoys being able to remain active in a profession she loves.

Sarah and her husband, Bryan, live in Oklahoma City with their three young children.


Recent Articles
  • protestors

    Anti death penalty group calls for halt in executions

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Death penalty opponents in Oklahoma say they’re appalled at Tuesday night’s execution. The Oklahoma Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty had a protest and vigil at the capitol on Tuesday. They hosted a sit in at Governor Mary Fallin’s office followed by a vigil at the governor’s mansion. They were hoping to convince the governor to stop the execution. Lydia Polley says she had just returned home from the vigil when she heard the news about the […]

  • culture

    Christina Fallin at center of Norman Music Festival protests, festival apologizes for Pink Pony performance

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As Gov. Mary Fallin is touring part of the state that was devastated by a weekend tornado, another member of the Fallin family is making headlines. Christina Fallin, and her band Pink Pony, performed at the Norman Music Festival last weekend. In March, Fallin drew criticism for a photo shoot involving a Native American headdress. In Native American culture, only the brave and powerful members of a tribe were given the opportunity to wear headdresses during special […]

  • Severe weather season making it difficult for authorities

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Severe weather season in our state can be a tough time for many Oklahomans. And it can be an especially difficult time for police officers, who are many times on the front lines of disaster areas. The Oklahoma City police chaplain says this is a rough time of year, just coming off the anniversary of the bombing and going into severe weather season. He’s helped several officers, including Cody Koelsch, who not only lost a cousin in […]

  • Oklahoma school district finds unique way to shelter students from storms

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – Students in Chickasha helped raise money so that they could get a storm shelter for their school. Friend School, just east of Chickasha, sits in a rural area. The school has about 225 kids. Three years ago, a tornado missed the school by about 200 yards. Right now, their severe weather plan involves leaving the school. Kindergarten teacher, Jennifer Jinks, said, “Our first time, when I was told to load the bus and go across the road, […]

  • Crime victim, family upset over stay of execution for Oklahoma murderers

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The lives of two death row inmates have been spared for now after the Oklahoma supreme court issued an emergency stay of execution, just a day before one of them was scheduled to die. Clayton Lockett and Charles Warner have argued that the state’s secrecy over the combination of lethal drugs violate their rights and could result in a cruel and unusual death. Oklahoma attorney general, Scott Pruitt, issued a statement Monday night saying “The Oklahoma supreme court […]

  • Man burned, family without home after Easter fire

    Pineapple slices out of a can eaten under a light rain, that’s the Easter meal for Derek Hitchcock and Julie Adair. Firefighters raced to their home in the 3200 block of S. Clegern early Easter morning to douse the flames that devoured just about everything they own. “I didn’t know what to think. It was just crazy because it was like you know, everything just surreal. And Easter, on top of everything else. You’re thinking, oh my gosh, you know, […]

  • Shawnee residents forced out of mobile home park

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Dozens of Shawnee residents are soon to be without a home after finding out that their mobile home park is shutting down. “Don’t have a home. It’s a little hard, but we’ll get through it I guess, together, as a family,” said Tiffany Bierd. Bierd got a notice from the owner of Meadow Ridge Mobile Home Park that she had until June 10 to move out. The owner said he couldn’t afford the improvements the Department of […]

  • PSO customer cries foul over smart meters

    Howard Houchen, a Public Service Company of Oklahoma customer in far southeastern Oklahoma, has long been outspoken against smart meters. “Very concerned from the get go on various aspects of the smart meters,” said Houchen. Now, he says his electric company is being dishonest, touting that smart meters will save him money, then asking the corporation commission for a rate hike to finish installing them. “They’re not lying. I’ll never say that. But they aren’t being completely truthful with everything […]

  • Bold shoplifter takes apart Wal-Mart display case

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Shawnee police are searching for a brazen shoplifter who actually used tools inside the Wal-Mart there to dismantle a jewelry display case. His heist is caught on surveillance cameras inside the store. You can see a man who appears to be browsing the jewelry section. He leaves for a few minutes then comes back with some sort of tool and actually takes apart a jewelry display case. “He just pops the top of it off and takes […]

  • Police identify woman found murdered inside southwest OKC home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police were searching for suspects late Monday night after a woman was found murdered inside her southwest Oklahoma City home. Police were called to the home at 2925 S.W. 60th around 1:30 p.m. Monday afternoon after someone went to check on 31-year-old Holly Vanauken and found her dead. Neighbors looked on as police investigated. Dennis Parker said, “As you can see, everybody’s standing around looking because they’re probably all in shock.” Neighbors say they didn’t […]

  • ‘Leaving in a hurry,’ hundreds of residents chase Westboro protesters out of Oklahoma town

    MOORE, Okla. – Hundreds of Moore residents lined Broadway across from Central Junior High Sunday afternoon. They were ready and waiting for members of the notorious Westboro Baptist Church. Members of that church have long contended that God hates homosexuality and America’s tolerance of homosexuality. They also claim that he sends disasters as punishment. Church members had a permit to picket in front of the school, which has been housing Plaza Towers Elementary students since last year’s deadly tornado. According […]