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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
  • “I just wanna be able to play baseball,” Family cries foul after senior is deemed ineligible

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A high school senior may be stuck playing on a field of dreams this baseball season. Paul Kropf was ruled ineligible, after he moved from one school to another within the Oklahoma City Public School System (OKCPS). His senior year has been full of firsts. It’s his first year at Southeast High School, and perhaps his first school year without a sport he says he loves. “I just wanna be able to play baseball,” said Kropf. His problems […]

  • “People need to talk, and people need to express themselves,” OKCPS urging parents to join the conversation

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Public Schools are looking to the future, and urging parents to join the conversation. The district is hosting open meetings across the metro, to describe both what they expect from student, and to ask parents how the school should adapt in the years to come. “I love the school system, I love the children,” said Thelma  R. Parks, former OKCPS educator. “I want them to do the best that they can.” Those beliefs were held by all […]

  • “I felt so helpless”, armed criminals target college students home

    EDMOND, Okla. — Several victims are held at gunpoint across the street from UCO, while a group of men ransack their house. “I’m supposed to feel safe here,” said Jeff McClelen, one of the victims. “I felt so helpless.” According to Jeff, it started with a knock at the door. “I hear a thud thud thud on the door, on the windows.” Behind the door was a man he recognized… but didn’t know his name. The stranger needed a favor. […]

  • University of Oklahoma accused of abusing research baboons

    NORMAN, Okla. — The University of Oklahoma is accused of abusing research animals, yet again, after the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) inspects primate enclosures at the Health Sciences Center. This is the most recent in a slew of violations over the past couple years reported by the USDA, now animal right’s groups are demanding that action be taken. “It’s pretty shocking to see that a university of that caliber has those kinds of practices in place,” said Susana DellaMaddalena with the […]

  • “I’m not sure what I’m going to do,” Contractor unable to work after burglary

    NORMAN, Okla. — One Norman man finds himself out of the job after thieves make away with his equipment and his livelihood. A set of ladders, a trailer, and other odds and ends are all that’s left of the small upstart ‘Paint Tech.’ “I had probably $10,000 in tools that were taken from me,” said Terry Brooksher, owner of the company. The equipment was kept in the American Storage Facility in Norman until last weekend. “The last time I was there […]

  • “That’s pretty brazen, to go on a church lot during a funeral,” Cars broken into outside church

    EDMOND, Okla. — Criminals target a church parking lot, breaking into two cars during a funeral Thursday afternoon. The burglars made away with purses from both vehicles, but the family was able to take quick action before much more was lost. “Kind of a pathetic action that was taken while you’re in there, strictly trying to spend time with family,” said Chris Harris, who attended the funeral. Confusion and anger outside of Waterloo Road Baptist Church, after the funeral of […]

  • “Just sounded like an explosion to me,” Car crashes through drug store window

    ENID, Okla. — A terrifying situation happened in Enid when a driver laid on the gas and plows through a business. Tire marks, some left over bricks, and a few splatters of blood. That’s all that was left after the mess covered Evan’s Home Medical Equipment on Thursday afternoon. “Just sounded like an explosion to me,” said Kirk Elliott, an employee at Evan’s. The explosion was the sound of a Toyota Corolla, careening right through the businesses front window and […]

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    Oklahoma authorities discover 55 pounds of cocaine during traffic stop

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma authorities discovered 55 pounds of cocaine during a recent traffic stop. An Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Deputy pulled over a pickup truck after he saw the driver make an unsafe lane change on I-35 near N.E. 122nd St. Officials say the driver, 46-year-old Rafael Armando Rocha, gave the deputy permission to search his truck. “The deputy noticed on the rear side floor there was a large suitcase,” said Mark Myers with the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office. “When he opened up that suitcase […]

  • Group hopes to push oil and gas wells further from homes

    NORMAN, Okla. — Change could be on the way for the oil and gas industry in Norman, but several people in town say the city’s plans don’t reach far enough. “It started with a discussion over a year ago with fencing and oil/gas wells,” said Susan Connors, director of planning and community development in Norman said. “As the discussion has continued, council members have looked at other areas that they wanted considered.” City council members are now looking into amending […]

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    ‘I never thought I’d see it on my finger ever again,’ Woman finds wedding ring thanks to social media

    OKLAHOMA CITY  – A night out in Bricktown leaves one woman frantic, after her wedding ring turns up missing. So she posted a picture on Facebook and it spread far beyond Oklahoma. “I never thought I’d see it on my finger ever again,” said the ring’s owner, Alycea Chandler. Alycea’s search made the rounds on social media, after she unknowingly left the family heirloom behind at Club One15. “It was on my hand,” said Chandler. “I don’t know if it happened when I was washing my […]

  • Department of Health confirms first rabies case in Oklahoma County

    EDMOND, Okla. — Edmond’s first confirmed rabies case in years sends a message to dog owners around the state. It started as a fight between a dog and a skunk early this week, and luckily the dog was vaccinated. “There’s all kinds of animals cause there’s a wooded area,” said one person in the neighborhood. “But a rabid skunk is kind of scary.” Neighbors are on edge after a rabid skunk wanders out of the nearby woods into the backyard […]