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Ed Doney is an award-winning Reporter and Sunday Evening Anchor with Oklahoma's NewsChannel 4, joining the news staff in November 2005. Since that time, he has won two Associated Press awards, and has been nominated for an Emmy.

Hometown - Alexandria, VA

Life Goal - A fulfilling career in journalism while making as many friends along the way.

Play any sports/Favorite Sport - Love football and tennis. The Wimbledon championship match is second only to the Super Bowl.

Favorite TV Show - The Office.

Favorite Car - Ford Mustang.

Most embarrassing moment - Watching my very first newscast and realizing that you're supposed to keep your scripts flat on the desk. Why? Mine could be seen shaking in my hands because I was so nervous.

Happiest moment in my life was... my sister's wedding in Hawaii and so many other family gatherings.

4 notable persons you'd invite to dinner - Abraham Lincoln, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein and Eddie Van Halen (for dinner music).

Favorite food - Pizza.

I have a pet (what) ..I wish I had a pet (what)... Don't have a pet but the family cat is always good for entertainment.

Knew you wanted to be a reporter when... I went to the '86 Peach Bowl in Atlanta and made it home to Illinois that night, just in time to watch the game-winning field goal on the news. I loved the immediacy and excitement of broadcasting.

Best movie of all time - Forrest Gump.

Hardest part of my job - The deadlines.

Best part of my job - Meeting so many good Oklahomans.

Favorite holiday - Christmas.

School fight song - Ball State, Ball State, Ball State!

My favorite story of all time - We did a phone interview with Nikolette Harris, a little girl fighting Leukemia in an Oregon hospital whose family was receiving financial help from OU fans. The Sooners were getting ready to play Oregon in the '05 Holiday Bowl and fans from both teams were competing to raise the most money for this sick little girl. I asked her what she would say to these complete strangers from Oklahoma. While fighting back tears, she simply said "Thank you very much for helping me." It was the most sincere expression of gratitude I've ever heard. It broke my heart. She died not long after that interview, but the money raised went a long way toward paying her medical bills. Her family was so grateful. The most memorable interview of my life happened over the phone. I'll never forget her.

People are surprised when I tell them… I was a two-time high school tennis champ!

Recent Articles
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    Dryer fire leaves family of ten homeless

    ENID, Okla. – A family of ten is now homeless in Enid after their home erupted in flames Sunday afternoon. Fire officials say the dryer is to blame. Two grandparents had to be treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation after narrowly escaping through a back window. “You can’t grab anything but your kids and get out,” Ashley Shook said Monday. She is getting help from the Red Cross in Enid because her family lost everything in the fire, including two family […]

  • Crucifix targeted for second time in two weeks

    EDMOND, Okla. – A vandal sets his sights on a crucifix at an Edmond church for the second time in just two weeks. The statue of Jesus on the cross at Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church went 14 years without any trouble. Now church members are dealing with, what some are calling, a hate crime. On Halloween, a person strolling through the area was caught on surveillance video walking up to the crucifix at 7:30 in the morning and writing on […]

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    Guthrie parents furious after learning of classrooms with no heat

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – Parents in Guthrie are outraged after learning that their children may have to spend the day in the cold. On Tuesday, a note was sent to parents who have children at Fogarty Elementary saying there will be no heat in the classrooms. The parents say they were told to send their children to school with warm clothes, blankets and their coats. How sad is this? @kfor — Amanda Pittenger (@OKCAmanda) November 12, 2014 On Wednesday, district officials […]

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    Corporate America to veterans: “It’s On Us”

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As millions of America’s vets are being honored across the nation Tuesday, “Corporate America” is trying to show their appreciation by saying “it’s on us.” Scott Campbell, an Air Force veteran, is getting a haircut Tuesday at Great Clips. But this haircut is free because it’s Veterans Day. “It is nice to be thanked for our service,” he said. “They appreciate what we’ve done,” Richard Kapp said while in the barber’s chair. “I mean, it’s the least that […]

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    Braum’s driver robbed at gunpoint, suspect on the loose

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are asking for your help identifying a suspect in an armed robbery in south Oklahoma City. The crime was caught on surveillance video. Braum’s driver Preston Hall was approached by a man wearing a green bandanna over his face Saturday morning, near 39th and S. Pennsylvania. At approximately 1:43 a.m., Hall told police he had just taken milk into the Braum’s store and was locking a north side door when he was approached by the suspect. He […]

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    Police: Alleged shoplifter “faints” after being caught stealing

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  An alleged shoplifter is arrested in southwest Oklahoma City after using a dramatic technique to appear oblivious to the crime, police say. Authorities say 34-year-old Melanie Koss ‘fainted’ after she had allegedly been caught stealing at Hobby Lobby, near I-240 and Penn. According to a police report, Koss looked like she was shopping at 11:50 a.m. when she “left (the register)… without paying for the items concealed in her purse.” A store employee said they found jewelry, […]

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    Joy Hofmeister elected as Oklahoma’s State School Superintendent

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Republican Joy Hofmeister was elected as Oklahoma’s State School Superintendent Tuesday night. Hofmeister beat out Democratic candidate John Cox. Hofmeister is a former public school teacher and former member of the Oklahoma State Board of Education. She ran on a platform of higher teacher salaries and less standardized testing of students. She said her two years serving on the State Board of Education gives her the opportunity to have a better working relationship with legislators than outgoing superintendent, Janet Barresi. […]

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    Norman student in police custody for drugs, weapons on campus

    NORMAN, Okla. – Norman North High School was put on lockdown for 45 minutes Monday afternoon after drugs and a gun were found in a student’s vehicle, according to officials. Shelly Hickman, director of communications for Norman Public Schools, said an 18-year-old senior at the high school was arrested by police after running from them during a meeting about selling drugs. Police wanted to talk to Phillip Colton Jones because students and parents had called police on Friday, saying the […]

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    Graphic: New details released in near-beheading murder of Stillwater teen, one in custody

    STILLWATER, Okla. – A 21-year-old Stillwater man has been charged with first-degree murder in connection to the death of an area college student who, according to police, was nearly decapitated. Isaiah Zoar Marin, 21,  is accused of using a “long knife or sword” to kill 19-year-old Jacob Andrew Crockett at an apartment in the 400 block of S. Oakdale in Stillwater. Police say the two men were “acquaintances” and Crockett was attending class at Northern Oklahoma College, but was planning […]

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    Residents upset attorney accused of child sex trafficking works in their neighborhood

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Residents in northwest Oklahoma City can’t believe an attorney accused of traveling to South America to have sex with minors is being allowed to work in their neighborhood. After recently posting a $10,000 bond, 59-year-old Michael Dean Billings was put under house arrest by a federal judge. He must wear an ankle monitor, but he is allowed to keep his job. It’s the location of his office that has neighbors concerned for the safety of their kids. “It […]

  • Earthquake study needs more time, funding, experts say

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma has experienced more than 4,000 earthquakes in 2014, but the cause of those tremors is still unknown, according to state officials. A House Committee on Utility and Environmental Regulation held an interim legislative study Tuesday at the state capitol to discuss the possible relationship between increased seismic activity and oil and gas wastewater disposal wells. Everyone agreed the earthquake swarm started around five years ago, but Oklahoma Geological Survey Seismologist Austin Holland said natural causes may be […]