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Adam Snider joined Oklahoma's News Channel 4 Team as a General Assignment Reporter/Multi Media Journalist in July of 2014. He reports for the 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.
Before joining KFOR-TV, Adam worked as a weekend anchor at KAMR-NBC 4 in Amarillo, Texas. Adam graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from West Texas A&M University.
Adam was born and raised in the Lone Star State, but is excited to live in a more Sooner State of mind.
When he’s not reporting you can catch him riding his bike around Lake Hefner, walking his dog ‘Rillo, or sampling plenty of OKC eatery.
Here's some fun facts about Adam Snider:
Hometown... Stinnett, Texas
Life Goal... Fulfilling career in broadcasting
Most embarrassing moment... Friendly bank teller once asked to see a picture of my dog. Long story short, there was a miscommunication….I showed her a picture of my mom. Never went back.
Knew you wanted to be a reporter when… I would watch 60 minutes growing up, the news bug just stuck.
Best part of my job... The ability to tell stories using several different mediums.
Biggest life achievement/made mom & dad proud when I... Started working for KFOR in OKC!
Favorite place to be other than home & work... Back in the metropolis known as Stinnett, Texas.
Anything else you want viewers to know about you? There’s nothing better to me than meeting new people. If you see me out and about come chat!

Recent Articles
  • Update: Two men arrested in officer-involved shooting

      OKLAHOMA CITY – A woman was killed in an officer-involved shooting Wednesday evening after she tried to run over an officer in her car. According to Oklahoma City Police, undercover police officers were in an unmarked vehicle during a narcotics investigation. The officers reportedly got out of the vehicle at a convenience store near Melrose and Rockwell and identified themselves to one female, Karen Cifuentes, 20, who was in the driver’s seat of a vehicle, and two males, Juan Aguilera, […]

  • “He’s as far away from Islam as he could be,” Mosque that suspect attended is appalled by brutal attack

    MOORE, Okla. – The investigation into a brutal attack in Moore took another turn Friday, after police announced the FBI’s involvement. The Bureau is looking into Alton Nolen’s attempts to convert co-workers to Islam. Now the mosque he attended wants it known, they won’t stand for this kind of act. “Like any American, any Oklahoman, my heart was broken,” said Imad Enchassi, Senior Imam for the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City. Thursday’s news rocked Enchassi, and the mosque he oversees. “I […]

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    Deputies searching for man on the run

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – Authorities in Guthrie are searching for a man, who led police on a chase through rural Logan County. Shortly before 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Logan County Sheriff’s deputies began pursuing a man in a stolen pickup truck. The truck was found burning in a wooded area on the west side of Bryant, near County Rd. 74. At this time, it appears the man is still on the run. Authorities describe the suspect as a white male with […]

  • “This is pretty bad,” tap water woes equals smelly issue in Norman

    NORMAN, Okla. – Water in Norman has taken a turn for the worst. As hot days become cool nights in the Fall, water from the bottom of Lake Thunderbird rises to the top. It’s a process called “turning over,” now several Norman-ites are turning away from H20. “Cold water is more dense than warmer water,” said Ken Komiske, Director of Utilities for the City of Norman. “You have two or three inches of colder water, and it literally just drops […]

  • 2 workers dead, 1 injured after lift accident in Edmond

    EDMOND, Okla. – Two workers have died, and another worker is injured after an industrial accident Friday afternoon in Edmond. Edmond’s Jenny Monroe confirms that the two men who died are Daniel Birney, 54, and his brother Michael Birney, 56. Officials say a 21-year-old also suffered injuries during this incident. They say he was treated in a hospital for a broken arm. The accident happened near 6th and Fretz after 1 p.m. Friday at the Old Towne Lofts townhouses. Edmond rescue crews […]

  • High school parents keeping special needs kids home in fear of their safety

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A group of parents say they’re terrified to send their children to school, because another student is putting their kids in danger. But Putnam City North High School is in a tight spot, because the class is for special needs children. “[my daughter] asked…daddy, I don’t get stabbed tomorrow right?,” said Robert Miller, parent. “From a dad’s point, that’s hard to take.” It’s been almost two weeks since Robert’s daughter’s class was cleared out, after one of her classmates allegedly lost […]

  • “An image that will be seared in my brain forever,” woman claims kittens were thrown out of car on highway

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One Oklahoma woman is left in shock after watching a kitten being thrown from a moving car. She says the poor kitten wasn’t alone, and is now asking for help tracking down those responsible. “I was on my way to work, kind of in auto-pilot mode,” said Kendy Cox, a Yukon resident. “All of a sudden I noticed something was flying out of the passenger window of the car in front of me.” She initially thought it was […]

  • Update: Sewage in homes leads to lawsuits against local city

    Update: 9/17/2014 – In November, Yukon City Council members will vote on a measure to make anyone who is replacing a sewer line have to put a back flow preventer on the line when it is replaced. According to officials, all new construction is required to have a back flow preventer installed before the home passes  inspection. The City says they have not had any big increase in the number of home with back flow problems.   YUKON, Okla. – […]

  • Mistake or discrimination? Meeting’s agenda outrages Citizen Potawatomi Nation

    Wording on a meeting’s agenda leaves portions of the Native American Community outraged. It all stems from Item 9 in Shawnee’s Commissioners meeting on Monday. The item read in part …”Discussion, consideration, and possible action regarding possible conflicts of interest between commission members, and Tribal Nations.” Two current commissioners on the Shawnee City Board are members of Native American Tribes. Problem is, usage of the word ‘Tribal Nations’ was a mistake by City Attorney, Mary Ann Karns. “I’m here to […]

  • Local Sheriff troubled by results from undercover alcohol operation

    YUKON, Okla. – An undercover operation unfolds a troubling trend in Canadian county. With back to school in full swing, the Sheriff’s office sent a minor into 17 convenience stores near Yukon and Mustang to try to buy beer. Nearly half the stores failed the check, results officials say could’ve been prevented if the clerks had simply done their jobs. “Unfortunately there’s some retail businesses that put profits before the safety of kids,” said Chris West with the Canadian County Sheriff’s […]

  • Reward offered for tips in Bridge Creek vandalism case

    BLANCHARD, Okla. – Criminals in Bridge Creek remain at large, more than a month after targeting the high school’s football facilities. But now the Grady County Sheriff’s office has changed the game in their investigation. “Grady County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information, upon the arrest and conviction of the subjects,” said Corporal Ryan Lake. The vandals left behind a mess you have to see to believe, and a bill for the school that’s rising by the thousands. “They trashed […]