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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’ll start again…” Teacher affected by two tornadoes, in two years, at two different schools

    MOORE, Okla. — A Moore elementary school heavily damaged following Wednesday’s tornado, is all too familiar for one first grade teacher. Waynel Mayes made headlines back in 2013, after she and a class of first graders were pulled from the rubble at Briarwood Elementary. Two years later, it’s a new school, with new students, but a new storm means yet another classroom for Miss Mayes. If you stop by Emmaus Baptist Church, you may find box after box, stacked and packed […]

  • Cleanup continues, as Moore residents share harrowing stories 

    MOORE, Okla. – Cleanup efforts reached a standstill in Moore, as night fell Thursday evening. But during the day, family after family was out and about, anxious to tell their story. Stefani and her brother Ricky were home during the storm, jumping into their closet with moments to spare as their garage tumbled to the ground. “We were blessed,” said Stefani Schubach. “We were within a wall of the tornado.” Their brush with disaster was all-too-familiar with neighbors. As the […]

  • Family still seeking answers after working with fake VA investigator

    NORMAN, Okla. – The investigation continues, after a man’s accused of faking his credentials, while working for the Oklahoma Department of Veteran Affairs. Steven Pancoast faces three charges, including impersonating an officer. He worked for the ODVA since 2010, and now officials say he may have impersonated an investigator as well. The news of his arrest left Lexington resident, Joan Laughlin in shock. “We’ve been working with him for six months….well what do we do now?” Pancoast met Joan back in October, […]

  • “They gave my child to somebody who killed him,” mother outraged after son is allegedly killed by foster parent

    COMANCHE COUNTY, Okla. — A Comanche County woman faces one first degree murder charge after her two year old foster son died Sunday evening. Heather Adams, 24, currently resides in the Comanche County Detention Center, on a $150,000 bond. The victim’s birth mother met with KFOR, and claims the Department of Human Services (DHS) let her down. “They gave my child to somebody who killed him,” said Andrea Lowell. The news of Bryson Lowell’s death broke Sunday evening, but his mother says […]

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    Mother of man who jumped from I-35 bridge speaks out

    The last time distraught mother Charlott saw her son was Sunday, when he and his girlfriend stopped by. “He came to the door,” says Charlott. “He said ‘Momma, all I want you to do is forgive me for all the things I’ve done.'” “They just drove off, so I’m thinking everything’s cool. I didn’t even know they was mad, they just come from church. And then…” Christian Hillard lay motionless on the shores of the Oklahoma River, moments after allegedly […]

  • Oklahoma City website shut down by cyber attack

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Government website came under attack Tuesday afternoon, shutting down the site for more than an hour. City officials first alerted the public via Twitter. http://t.co/rnyWG8szrb is currently offline. We are working to resolve the issue. — City of OKC (@cityofokc) March 17, 2015 “The website just went down,” said Ian Anderson, IT security manager for the city. “It’s like you typed in okc.gov and just…nothing.” Anderson tells KFOR the website was a victim of a cyber attack, specifically a […]

  • ‘I’m surprised he didn’t get whupped,’ Two arrested after high speed chase ends in a backyard

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A two-day crime spree comes to an abrupt halt in a metro neighborhood, after police chase a vehicle down I-44. It started around noon, as police investigated several reported burglaries near 16th and N. Ann Arbor. “The officers in the first burglary gave out a description of a possible suspect vehicle,” said Lieutenant Dennis Buckley, with Oklahoma City police. That vehicle, a white dually pickup truck, was soon spotted near 10th and N.Portland. “Tried to do a traffic stop […]

  • Business donates uniforms after t-ball team allegedly loses thousands of dollars

    MOORE, Okla. — Parents are crying foul, after a metro area t-ball team allegedly paid thousands of dollars for their uniforms, with nothing to show for it. The ‘Moore Energy’ hit the field last weekend in homemade jerseys. They blame a Moore business, called Print Monkey, who they turned to for all their uniform needs back in January. Coach Carlos Caudillo claims the team paid the business more than $3,000. “It upsets me a lot, ’cause you’ve not only let down parents, you’ve also let down a […]

  • Dog shot to death by police during arrest

    GRADY COUNTY, Okla. — A traffic violation turns deadly for a Grady County dog. It started with a car improperly parked outside a home in Chickasha, but inside that home was a wanted man who wouldn’t be taken away without a fight. “First thing I thought was, oh god, I gotta check on my family,” said neighbor Bobby Nunn, after she heard the gunfire. Police say it was Wednesday night, when an officer found a parked car facing the wrong way on W. Washington […]

  • Fallout from racist chant video reaches far beyond the walls of SAE

    NORMAN, Okla. – The fallout from the leaked video from the University of Oklahoma’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter reaches far beyond the walls of the SAE house. Whether it be the future ‘could’ve been’ Sooner stars, hip hop moguls, or even lawmakers in the nation’s Capitol, it seems everyone wanted to give their two cents on SAE’s racist video. University of Oklahoma President David Boren blasted the fraternity members, vowing SAE would never be allowed back on the campus. “As […]

  • “My son has been laying there for two years,” Family claims body found is missing relative

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A family in need of closure may be one step closer, after a body is found on the northeast side of the metro. KFOR first reported when the body was found Thursday night. Officials said it was badly decomposed, and found in a vacant lot. A neighboring family in the area claims the remains belong to Hushane Melvin, who disappeared from his home nearly two years ago. The family met with KFOR outside the scene, describing the last two years not […]