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
  • Men lured to “house of horrors” on gay dating app “Grindr”

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police received several different calls to the area of SW 34th and Harvey the evening of September 8th. They quickly realized all the calls were connected. They were from men who had been lured to a house on SW 34th through the gay dating app “grindr.” The men showed up thinking they were meeting someone from the app and instead they were held against their will and robbed. All of the victims described a creepy […]

  • Oklahoma cities passing zoning laws regulating medical marijuana

    YUKON, Okla. – Bobby Smith spent thousands of dollars on architects and engineers figuring out how to convert a building near downtown Yukon into his new medical marijuana dispensary. It fit the only zoning criteria set out in the new state law that a dispensary can’t be within 1,000 feet of a school. He thought he was going by the letter of the law until the city of Yukon passed ordinances harsher than the state law. The city added several […]

  • Thousands of Oklahomans switch political party affiliation

    State Election Board officials have released numbers this week showing the amount of Oklahomans who have switched their political party affiliation in the last six months. The office started processing the requests on September 1, the day the blackout period ended. Oklahomans could not switch party affiliation from April 1 through August 31. More than 19,000 Oklahomans made the switch with the majority moving to the Republican party. More than 9,000 Democrats and around 3,500 Independents switched to Republican. State […]

  • More fallout from scathing audit of Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs Executive Director, Doug Elliott, fired back at state auditors during a commissioner’s meeting Tuesday morning. The meeting was called to address allegations contained in the state audit report released last month. That audit found what they called a toxic environment at ODVA and it also said there is a culture of fear and intimidation there. “I don’t know what to do with this audit,” said Elliott, who expressed frustration with the audit, […]

  • Edmond North student recovering after his heart stopped beating at school

    EDMOND, Okla. – Chase McManis was doing his weekly exercising in his ROTC class at Edmond North High School when the sophomore all of a sudden collapsed. “Chase was the last one to do the pull ups and, after he finished his pull ups, he took about three steps and he fell to the ground,” said Major Eric Weingaertner. “He had fallen into one of the cadets, another cadet was falling backwards. I caught him and then saw that Chase […]

  • State and defense rest in murder trial of Tulsa dentist

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The fate of Tulsa dentist, Bert Franklin, could be decided as soon as tomorrow. Both the state and defense rested in the case Wednesday afternoon. Franklin is charged in the murder of 19-month-old Lincoln Lewis in Oklahoma City back in July of 2016. He was having an affair with the toddler’s mother, Roxanne Randall, at the time. Prosecutors say he slammed the toddler to the ground, causing a fatal head injury. He is also facing a second […]

  • Moore homeowners find alligator on front porch

    MOORE, Okla. – Wesley Jones had just walked out of his home in the 11 hundred block of S.W. 20th in Moore Monday morning when he saw something alarming on his front porch. “I said what’s this out here?” says Jones as he’s laughing.  “She comes out and it’s an alligator.” Jones and his wife, Gina, trapped the three-foot long reptile under a laundry basket and called police. But Gina says the dispatcher didn’t believe her at first. “Are you […]

  • Moore crossing guard goes above and beyond

    MOORE, Okla. – Gerald Carney has been a crossing guard at Briarwood Elementary in Moore for 12 years. He’s always looking out for what he calls his “babies.” “They’re very important to me.  Back in 2010 when I had my throat cancer and it was really bad, every child in this school at that time sent me letters,” said Carney. So this school year when he saw a danger at his crosswalk, he took matters into his own hands. “Because […]

  • Victim’s mother testifies in Tulsa dentist murder trial

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An emotional Roxanne Randall testified for most of the day in the murder trial of Tulsa dentist, Bert Franklin. Franklin is accused of killing Randall’s 19 month old son, Lincoln Lewis, in July of 2016. Franklin is married with four children but was having an affair with Randall who lives in Oklahoma City. He had come to see her that weekend in July. Randall testified that she was upstairs and Franklin was downstairs with Lewis when she […]

  • Tulsa dentist on trial for killing metro toddler

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The trial of Tulsa dentist, Bert Franklin, got underway in an Oklahoma County courtroom Monday. Franklin is a married man with four children but was having an affair with a metro woman. He is accused of killing her 19 month old son, Lincoln Lewis, in July of 2016. He is also facing another charge of solicitation of murder because prosecutors say he tried to hire someone while he was in the Oklahoma County jail to murder the […]

  • Purcell hospital’s fate rests on vote

    PURCELL, Okla. – Fredda Perry was busy tidying up on Monday after the lunch hour at the Purcell Senior Citizen Center. The fate of their local hospital is on her mind. “Our seniors have to be able to go to the doctor. And, if we lose our hospital, we lose our doctors,” she said. Perry reminded all of those who went for the lunch to get out and vote on Tuesday. “It’s highly important. If we lose our hospital, then we […]