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
  • Waukomis police investigate deaths of man, woman

    WAUKOMIS, Okla. – Waukomis police are investigating after finding two people dead inside their home. Police went to the home in the 500 block of Highland Drive around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday to check the welfare of the people who lived there. The first officer on scene noticed signs of a fire around the front door and called the fire department. The fire chief said the fire was small and out by the time they arrived. Police found the bodies of […]

  • Norman school board approves random drug testing for students in extra-curricular activities

    NORMAN, Okla. – The Norman school board approved random drug testing for high school students involved in extra-curricular activities at their meeting Monday night. District officials said they are one of the last 6A districts to adopt a policy like it. They will begin in August and test approximately 60 students a year at an annual cost of $20,000. District officials said they have been working on the policy for a couple years now and it had nothing to do […]

  • 16-year-old arrested in connection to shooting that killed 15-year-old

    BETHANY, Okla. – Bethany police were called Sunday around 7:30 p.m. to a home in the 2000 block of N. Wilburn Avenue to find a 15-year-old with a single gunshot wound to his chest. The teen was rushed to a hospital, where he died from his injuries. The only other person inside the home, a 16-year-old, was interviewed and ended up being arrested on charges of manslaughter and reckless conduct with a firearm. “I was hopeful that he was going […]

  • Cannabis proponents threaten legal action against state

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The reaction to the emergency rules approved by the State Department of Health Board on Tuesday has been swift and fierce with several groups threatening legal action. On Wednesday afternoon, the Oklahoma Cannabis Trade Association and Oklahomans for Health, the group behind State Question 788, held a joint press conference saying they felt blind-sided by the rules that were passed. “Are these people really not that smart? We were outspent a thousand to one in this campaign. […]

  • ACLU of Oklahoma threatens lawsuit over newly-adopted marijuana rules

    OKLAHOMA CITY – There was controversy Tuesday after the Oklahoma State Department of Health board adopted new rules governing the newly-passed state law allowing medical marijuana in our state. Two restrictions were added which include no smokeable marijuana and a requirement a pharmacist be on staff at dispensaries. “The health department shouldn’t pretend to be everyone’s doctor,” said Ryan Kiesel with the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma. Kiesel said State Question 788, which overwhelmingly passed in our state, gives […]

  • Vandals hit Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

    COMANCHE COUNTY, Okla. – The breathtaking views from Mount Scott and the beauty of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton draw visitors from all over. “It’s lovely. I mean it’s one of the only places you can come see the whole horizon of Oklahoma. You can see the curve. It’s great,” said one park visitor. They come for the nature – and don’t expect to see graffiti spray painted on the side of the huge boulders on the mountain. “Childish. You […]

  • SW OKC house catches fire after resident tries to light cigarette with propane fire torch

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Fires caused by cigarettes are nothing new, but Oklahoma City firefighters say the way one was caused Tuesday afternoon was quite unusual. They were called to the home near SW 23rd and Kentucky around noon after they say one of the men inside tried to light his cigarette with a propane fire torch. “They actually tried to utilize a propane fire torch to light a cigarette. The torch fell apart and caught the house on fire. Started […]

  • Oklahoma smokers react to new cigarette tax hike

    OKLAHOMA CITY- On Sunday, July 1, the new tax hikes laid passed by the Oklahoma legislature took effect. The taxes were laid out in House Bill 1010xx. That bill was part of the historic tax package passed last legislative session, part of which will go to fund teacher pay raises. Part of that tax package was a tax hike of one dollar per pack of cigarettes. “Yesterday actually was a long day,” said Rex Rogers, manager of the Conoco at NE […]

  • Metro family says contractor left them with unfinished job

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Stephanie Williams and her mom, Charlotte Williams, wanted to convert their laundry room, powder bath and a closet into a handicap accessible bathroom on the first floor of their Quail Creek home. Stephanie’s brother, Nick, has ALS and is confined to a wheelchair. He lives in Altus, but they want him to be comfortable and able to stay at their home in Oklahoma City. “We wanted him here in our home, you know, and we were real […]

  • Controversy swirling about handling of State Question 788 ballots

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Voters across the state headed to the polls on Tuesday to cast their votes on several high-profile races and a controversial state question. However, some voters say there was a bit of confusion when it came to who was given the state question ballots. Tim York was at his polling place on S. Pennsylvania Ave. in Oklahoma City bright and early Tuesday morning. “I’ve voted in every primary, every presidential election since I can remember,” said York. He […]

  • Polling problems: Some Oklahoma voters report having to ask for state question ballots

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Voters across the state are heading to the polls to cast their votes on several high-profile races and a controversial state question. However, some voters say not everyone is given the state question ballot. Tim York says when he went to his polling place on S. Pennsylvania Ave. in Oklahoma City on Tuesday morning, the poll worker asked him if he wanted the ballot for State Question 788. York says he was taken aback because everyone is […]