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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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    OU Medical Center cancels contract for Edmond athletic trainers

    EDMOND, Okla. – OU Medical Center is not renewing the contract for the Edmond Public Schools athletic trainers for this next school year. Hospital officials say this was a difficult decision but was necessary due to Medicaid cuts. School officials are trying to sign a new contract with another provider but are concerned student athletes could be left without services while they wait on a vote from the school board.

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    Moore High School evacuated after bomb threat

    MOORE, Okla. – Hundreds of parents lined up around the Moore High School football stadium Thursday afternoon to collect their kids. The entire school was evacuated at 1:15, and kids were led out to the football field. “We were notified this morning of a threat that was written on the bathroom wall at Moore High School. A school employee found it and notified administration and our school resource officers,” said Sgt. Jeremy Lewis with the Moore Police Department. Police did not […]

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    State lawmaker says eastern Oklahoma County turnpike essential for keeping Tinker Air Force Base

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – Senator Jack Fry is in favor of the eastern Oklahoma County turnpike, because he said it is essential to keeping Tinker Air Force Base. “To me, it’s not a political issue. This is about saving our base,” Fry said. Fry used to be the mayor of Midwest City. He said he had several conversations with high ranking air force and homeland security officials expressing concern over Tinker’s position. “They always gave us a concern of a northeast […]

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    Garvin County residents picking up the pieces

    GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. – One of seven twisters in our state on Monday cut a path down County Road 1680 near Wynnewood, leaving a path of destruction. One mobile home was literally picked up and tossed back upside down. 76-year-old Chester Barnes died after his home took a direct hit from the tornado. Tuesday, people are picking up the pieces of what’s left. “I don’t know where it come from. It just showed up here. There’s the axles. And, there’s […]

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    American Ninja Warrior setting up shop in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – More than 100 ninjas will be tackling challenging obstacle courses in front of the Oklahoma State Capitol this weekend. The popular NBC show sets the competition in different locations around the country, and Oklahoma City was chosen for this season. Contestants auditioned for the show on Sunday, where the capitol will serve as the show’s backdrop. “We still fight that perception of being a small town, you know, and, so, any chance we get to highlight the Oklahoma City, […]

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    ‘We want to get this solved,’ Sheriff says new break in a Pottawatomie County cold case

    TECUMSUH, Okla.– Dustin Bench was 22 years old when he went missing from Tecumseh in 2001. In 2008, his remains were discovered near Earslboro. The medical examiner determined that he had died from a gunshot wound. No one was ever arrested. But new information surfaced just this week that could help solve the case. “I think what I remember the most is the day that he left. I watched him walk away,” said Bench’s sister, Jamie Gonzalez. Gonzalez was only […]

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    4 Oklahoma breeders on ‘Horrible Hundred’ list

    OKLAHOMA – The Humane Society of the United States published their fourth annual Horrible Hundred list this week. It’s their list of 100 puppy mills in the country, and they use it as a way to draw attention to the people who run the operations. Four different Oklahoma breeders made the list – two in Cordell, one in Atoka and one in Arnett. The report describes terrible conditions documented by state or USDA inspectors at dog breeding operations around the country. […]

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    City proposes redevelopment for tornado ravaged section of Moore

    MOORE, Okla. – Residents will get a look at the final plans for a plot of land that was destroyed in 2013 by the Moore tornado. The storm almost wiped out the Royal Park mobile home community at S.W. 17th and Janeway when it moved through the area on May 20, 2013. The city ended up purchasing the 14 acres of land and has held a series of meetings to get community input on the project. TAP Architecture will unveil […]

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    Why are earthquake insurance rates on the rise in Oklahoma?

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Earthquake insurance rates are on the rise but so are the number of higher magnitude quakes in the state. In the past couple of weeks, several quakes that were magnitude three and higher have rattled Luther, Harrah, Perry and Fairview. The insurance commissioner said they have had two different 100 percent rate increase requests for earthquake insurance from different companies, and he wants to know why. “It feels like a jagged thing. It goes whomp, whomp, whomp, whomp. And, […]

  • Heartland Flyer

    Heartland Flyer could fall victim to state budget cuts

    OKLAHOMA – The Heartland Flyer could be derailed if lawmakers decide the passenger rail system has to fall victim to budget cuts. The train boards every morning at 8:25 in downtown Oklahoma City and makes stops in Norman, Purcell, Pauls Valley, Ardmore and Gainesville before ending up in Fort Worth. It then makes the return trip in the evening. Department of Transportation officials are concerned this could be eliminated as part of the state’s budget cuts. “When we’re tightening our […]

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    Two lawsuits filed against Oklahoma Natural Gas after home explosion

    OKLAHOMA – Two different lawsuits have been filed against Oklahoma Natural Gas in relation to the home explosion in northwest Oklahoma City on January 2nd. One home was completely leveled, and many others were damaged in the Walnut Creek neighborhood near 122nd and Rockwell. The cause was determined to be a gas leak. Jonathan Duggan was inside the home that exploded. He filed one of the lawsuits, and his elderly neighbors, Wayne and Darwenia Boyd, filed the other. All three […]