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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
  • Tilesha Thompson

    Oklahoma police looking for woman who vanished Saturday

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are looking for a missing 23-year-old woman after she vanished Saturday night. “I am hurting bad, I need my baby to come home with me,” said Tilesha’s mother, Alice Farries. Tilesha Thompson told her sister she met a man at a 7-11 at Northwest 23rd and MacArthur. According to the police report, Tilesha told her sister the man was taking her on a date. Thompson later left her sister’s apartment, and never returned. She left her purse, […]

  • “I think it’s crazy,” parents threaten to keep kids out of school, after those aboard cruise ship return

    NOBLE, Okla. – Ebola prevention, or paranoia? Students and staff were held out of schools across the state Monday for being on the wrong cruise ship, at the wrong time. Now several students are frustrated, because they were told they had no chance of catching the disease in the first place. “The decision was made to keep our employees and students who were on the cruise out of school,” said Moore Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Robert Romines. “They’re out until we we’re absolutely sure that there […]

  • “We wouldn’t let it die, it’s gonna live on,” family keeping mother’s mission alive

    EDMOND, Okla. – Edmond is reeling after a leader in the community passes away in a car wreck just outside of Duncan. The head of the Wonderfully Made Foundation has helped hundreds of homeless people and domestic abuse victims find new life, and now the family of Lisa Miller-Baldwin vows her legacy will live on. “I don’t really know what words to describe her,” said Elizbeth Miller, Lisa’s daughter. “She’s just loving, kind, and gives so much of herself.” News of Lisa’s passing […]

  • Best friend seeks answers after brutal murders in Duncan

    DUNCAN, Okla. – Heartbreaking details are coming to light in the murder of a Duncan family. Katherine Hruby’s best friend is now speaking out about her friend, the murders, and the brother accused of the crime. Katherine Hruby had several nicknames, Kat and Blue to name a few. But Aunt Kat was reserved for one special little girl. “I remember when I found out I was pregnant, she stood by me the whole time,” said Molly Pickard, long time friend […]

  • Oklahoma school comes together to remember classmate who was taken too soon

    DUNCAN, Okla. – The Duncan Demons took the field Thursday night all in red, but the home crowd was speckled with purple for a classmate taken too soon. Hearts were heavy before the game, three days after the bodies of John, Tinker, and Katherine Hruby were found inside their Duncan home. But it was the absence of Katherine, who was a junior at Duncan High School, that was most felt. “Katherine was one of the first people to hold my […]

  • Shocking: Metro man’s home and belongings unrightfully seized

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man came home to a shocking discovery after receiving a phone call from neighbors. It was a foreclosure clean-out that had gone wrong. Daniel Austin was down in San Antonio when he received an unusual phone call. “My nice neighbors were letting me know that there was someone on my property,” Austin said. He rushed back to Oklahoma to find that his locks were changed and that he couldn’t get into his own home. “I […]

  • Teen scared for his life, labeled a terrorist on Facebook

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – An Oklahoma teen has been labeled a terrorist online, after a Facebook post spiraled out of control. Blaine Bass was fired from Firelake Discount Food Store early in October, when a workplace conversation turned toward the Islamic group ISIS. “I said how America should go over there and do something about it,” said Bass. “I’m not a terrorist, I’m an American.” “He was referencing beheadings from ISIS, shooting people in the face,” said James C. Collard, Citizen Potawatomi […]

  • Edna

    “She was just a hell of a woman,” Oklahoma City looks back on icon’s life

    OKLAHOMA CITY – From lunchboxes to tabletop rendition of ‘Great Balls of Fire’, some say you haven’t lived in Oklahoma City till you’ve visited Edna’s bar. Now OKC’s nightlife is left in shock, after owner Edna Scott passed away Wednesday night. The jukebox is nearly as old as the bar itself, with one record that has stood the test of time. People far and wide describe the first time they watched Edna Scott do a table-top dance to the famous […]

  • Lawmakers consider allowing handguns on Oklahoma college campuses

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Guns on college campuses, a topic that’s now sparking heated debate between lawmakers and educators. A committee comprised of Oklahoma Senators and Representatives met on Wednesday to discuss allowing students to carry concealed, licensed handguns. Some college presidents are calling it a recipe for disaster. “The risk reward, just does not seem to fit,” said Burns Hargis, president for Oklahoma State University. “There really is no ground swell of support for this idea.” “We’re trying to figure out […]

  • Update: Troubles persist for same-sex couples across state

    UPDATE: The Department of Public Safety says changes are in place to make sure that same-sex couples in Oklahoma are able to change their names. “Within two days of the Court’s decision, the Department promulgated and issued guidance to its entire staff of driver license services employees and to 274 independently-owned and operated tag agencies across the state. As of today, same-sex couples in Oklahoma may now use a marriage certificate issued either in Oklahoma or from another state, for […]

  • Memorial trees chopped down, allegedly to clear view of new billboard

    TECUMSEH, Okla. – Outrage in Tecumseh, after a symbol of strength for the city is reduced to a row of stumps. The Murrah Building bombing in 1995 rocked the Sooner state to its core. For the students at Tecumseh Middle School, the days that followed were for healing and bonding, lessons learned through the planting of trees at their school. “We all got to dig the hole, we got to plant the seed, and just watch it grow,” said Kendra […]