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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
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    “I wasn’t sure how I would pay for any of it,” Single mom saved from the side of the highway

    OKLAHOMA – A metro mom is counting her lucky stars after a blowout on the turnpike leads to even more costly repairs. The tire was a complete loss, and fragments wrapped their way into the undercarriage and gas tank. But, what would’ve been a steep fee for the single mom is now a lesson in southern hospitality. Between two kids, school and work, Cayli McClain’s plate is full. So, when she lost a tire and tore up her car’s undercarriage […]

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    “He didn’t come in here by his-self,” Rancher warns of roaming rattlesnake

    OKARCHE, Okla. – A cowboy is issuing a warning out of Okarche after spotting a rattlesnake rarely seen in these parts. The prairie rattlesnake has made a name for itself out west in the panhandles. But, Charlie Williamson, who’s long roamed the Oklahoma ranges, believes the species could be on the move. “Well, I was going to feed the cattle. I seen this snake, thought it was a bull snake,” Williamson said. “And, then, finally, I thought, that’s got to be […]

  • Old Chicago

    “Just chaos from 2-5,” Neighbors blame business for late night lewd acts

    OKLAHOMA – Old Chicago is open for business after the bars close – a non-alcoholic establishment neighbors allege leads to litter, violence and sex in the streets. It’s located in a small industrial park in the 100 block of NE 37th St.,  just down the street from Alberto Ortiz. “Just chaos from 2-5,” Ortiz said. “I got to stay up from 2-5 in the morning every night five times a week.” Surveillance cameras at nearby businesses have recorded fights in […]

  • La Nude

    Strip club owner fires much of staff following raid

    OKLAHOMA – A local strip club was raided, accused of illegally selling alcohol to undercover officers and minors. We first reported on the sting operation last month. We now know much of the staff has been let go as a result of the raid. Being an all nude strip club, La Nude in Valley Brook is barred from selling alcohol of any kind. Owner Colleen Hutto has since pleaded no contest on a number of citations. Department body cameras captured the […]

  • Luther tornado

    “We’re just so incredibly grateful,” Community rallies around Luther tornado victims

    LUTHER, Okla. – As those in Luther continue to clean following Tuesday’s tornado, two families have been blessed when they needed it most. Nearly two full days have passed since a tornado tore through Phyllis Dragus and Tony Rumple’s property. Two families, two tales of destruction. Rumple, a state trooper, lost the roof over his head. Dragus, fearing for a long cleanup ahead. “The entire yard was completely filled with trees,” Dragus said. “This cleanup, it would’ve taken a year at least.” […]

  • Davis damage

    “God is still there,” Church damaged after severe storms hit Davis

    DAVIS, Okla. – As strong storms moved through the state on Tuesday night, some Oklahoma communities were hit with strong winds, hail and possibly even a tornado. On Wednesday, the American Red Cross set up a mobile office in Davis for residents who suffered property damage due to the storms. If you live in Davis and suffered property damage, head to the Red Cross office, located in the 100 block of N. Third St., just behind the Davis Fire Station. […]

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    Oklahoma City Public Schools board agrees to part ways with Superintendent Rob Neu

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After nearly two weeks of questions, there are finally some answers from Oklahoma City Public Schools. With a vote of 7-1, the board agreed on Monday to part ways with Superintendent Rob Neu. “As board members, we are committed to creating a long-term stability within the Oklahoma City Public School District,” said the board chair. “We thank Mr. Neu for his work in the district and wish him well.” Aurora Lora will be continuing her roll as […]

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    Mid-Del elementary school on lockdown as officers search for alleged burglary suspect

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A school in southeast Oklahoma City was placed on lockdown Friday morning as officers searched for an alleged burglary suspect. Authorities from multiple law enforcement agencies were called to the area of S.E. 104th St. and Anderson Rd. while trying to track an alleged suspect related to at least one burglary. Investigators said the alleged suspect led officers on a chase early Friday morning near Carl Albert Junior High School. However, officials with the Midwest City Police Department […]

  • Neck

    “It’s urgent for them to get it out, or I will die,” Mother in need of surgery to remove bullet from neck

    OKLAHOMA – A woman is close to death, due to a bullet lodged in her neck years ago. Eboni Randolph was shot by Oklahoma City police eight years ago, after allegedly trying to hit them in her car. No charges are filed in the case. Now, a mother of three, Randolph says the entire incident has changed her outlook on life. “It changed my life that day,” Randolph said. “I don’t take life for granted.” For eight long years, Randolph […]

  • turnpike

    “I’m just left in the dark,” Uncertainty surrounding new turnpike persists

    OKLAHOMA – After years of living in the peace and quiet, a retired firefighter is about to be uprooted. Johnny Schofield, one of the first responders to the Oklahoma City bombing, has sought solitude in eastern Oklahoma County for decades. His home, along with 79 other structures, are now in the way of a new turnpike. NewsChannel 4 first spoke with Schofield at a turnpike meeting last week, minutes after learning he’d lose his house. “I had no chance to prepare, no negotiations,” […]

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    “I’ll tell them when it’s a done deal,” Hundreds turn out for turnpike reveal

    OKLAHOMA – Harrah Church bursts at the seams with hundreds eager to see the new eastern Oklahoma County turnpike route. Thursday was the third and final public meeting for the controversial toll road. The meeting gave residents in the Harrah, Jones, Luther, Choctaw and other areas a chance to speak one on one with engineers. Though the engineers nor the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority would speak on camera, plenty of people in attendance wanted their voices heard. “I think this is a […]