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A native Oklahoman, Ian grew up in Edmond and joined NewsChannel 4 in February 2017.
Ian attended the University of Houston, where he studied at the Jack J. Valenti School of Communication.

Before joining KFOR, Ian spent time reporting, producing and anchoring at KAGS, the NBC station in College Station, Texas. There, he shot, edited and produced all of his own stories.

During his time at KAGS, Ian chronicled the massive Blue Bell recall, covered tornadoes, floods and even protests. He also interviewed political figures like presidential candidate Ben Carson. Many of his stories from this time were seen around the country.

In December of 2016, Alt-right leader Richard Spencer’s visit to Texas A&M sparked outrage and protests. Ian was able to interview Spencer about his controversial political views.

Prior to his time in Aggieland, Ian was a reporter at KLTV in Tyler, Texas where he also shot and edited his own stories.

Before starting his career, Ian interned at ABC 13 and FOX 26 in Houston, where he got his first real-world taste of broadcast journalism.

Ian enjoys telling all kinds of stories and maybe even yours. You can contact Ian at

Recent Articles
  • Two days after shooting: Louie’s reopens, customers say, ‘you can’t live scared’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two days after a gunman shot three people at a Lake Hefner restaurant, Louie’s reopened. “It’s been a long time since we’ve been to Louie’s and we thought, ‘well, you know, I’m hungry and want a burger so I came to Louie’s,” said William Lyth. The restaurant’s parking lot was nearly full and diners could be seen coming and going. “It was pleasant. They were very friendly,” said Natasha Bassett. “You could tell there was a little […]

  • Police investigate double homicide in south Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating a double homicide in south Oklahoma City Friday night. “I noticed that they wasn’t in the window because they normally be sitting in the window smoking a cigarette and they normally wave at me,” said neighbor Nicky Williams. Oklahoma City Police responded to an apartment near S.W. 73rd St. and S. Walker Ave at about 9:30 p.m. “When officers arrived, they found two subjects at this residence who had injuries consistent with a homicide,” […]

  • Neighbors describe alleged Lake Hefner shooter as ‘reclusive’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police have identified the man who shot multiple people at an Oklahoma City restaurant Thursday night. Police say 28-year-old Alexander Tilghman opened fire on people inside the Louie’s restaurant near Lake Hefner around 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. Capt. Bo Mathews, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, said 28-year-old Alexander Tilghman walked up to the front doors of Louie’s On The Lake and began firing a handgun at patrons inside the restaurant. “From all of the evidence at […]

  • Suspect rushed to hospital after officer-involved shooting

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – An armed suspect was shot by police after investigators say he pointed a gun at an officer. “Two officers entered the residence at which time the person pointed a handgun at the officers,” said Special Agent Steve Tanner with OSBI. It happened during a domestic disturbance around 2:30 a.m. Thursday. Police were sent to the home after a family member called 911. The suspect, identified as Dakota Price, was allegedly armed with a shotgun and a handgun. […]

  • Attorney general candidates accuse each other of dirty politics

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two high-profile men running for the state’s highest law enforcement position are accusing each other of dirty politics. It started over an ad for attorney general candidate Gentner Drummond. The ad accuses the current Oklahoma attorney general, Mike Hunter, of donating to liberal causes. Hunter said that is absolutely not true and wants Oklahoma television stations to pull it from the airwaves. “Hunter’s twisting the truth to hide his shameful record as a Washington lobbyist, doling out […]

  • Family members of men killed after Craigslist sale seeking justice 

    GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. – The families of two metro men who were shot to death, dismembered and thrown into a pond were in court Tuesday. Relatives of Jarron Moreland and Alize’ Smith were at the preliminary hearing conference for the four suspects connected to the murders. Moreland and Smith met brothers Brett Boettler and Kevin Garcia-Butler for a Craigslist gun sale in a Moore Grocery store parking lot last month. “They kept him for four days,” said Kennetha Moreland, Jarron […]

  • Teens busted for allegedly smoking weed inside cars they broke into

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two teens were busted after they were caught smoking weed in the cars they broke into. It happened early Saturday morning at Ben’s Auto Sales on N.W. 39th. “You can see ashes,” said Ben Goli. “They were smoking weed.” Marijuana cigars were found in the door handle and ashes throughout the car. Another car was missing pieces. “Basically, they tried to take the dash apart. I’m not sure if they were trying to steal it,” said Goli. […]

  • Audit: Oklahoma health department “glossed over” major accounting problems

    OKLAHOMA CITY – More details from an audit of the Oklahoma State Department of Health show the department “glossed over” major accounting problems and used “a slush fund with millions of dollars that allowed the Department to absorb budget cuts and revenue failures without reducing expenditures.” The report also said “Senior Leadership routinely exaggerated revues to support the expenditures they budgeted” and “The COO testified decisions made by the Interim Commissioner to bring over ‘cronies’ from OMES to help run […]

  • Law enforcement agents raid metro massage parlor

    DEL CITY, Okla. – Federal and local law enforcement agents raided a metro massage parlor Wednesday. It happened near S.W. 29th and Sooner, and officials said it was in connection to a human trafficking case. “Some of the people that I saw coming and going, because we all pay attention to that, for the services that they provide, some of the people you saw come in there weren’t people that you’d think would be going to get a massage,” said […]

  • Sports betting could become legal in Oklahoma after U.S. Supreme Court drops ban

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Legal sports betting could become a reality in Oklahoma after the U.S. Supreme Court dropped a ban Monday that kept states (except for Nevada) from allowing people to bet on sports. Right now, there isn’t a state law on the books that allows sports betting in the state. Oklahoma would need to pass one to make that a reality. “It could mean enhanced revenue,” said Representative Shane Stone, a Democrat. “I mean, it really presents an opportunity […]

  • Homeowner wants state lawmakers to get involved after metro pipeline rupture

    EDMOND, Okla. – After crude oil spewed onto a metro neighborhood, one resident says lawmakers should get involved. The Sunoco pipeline released the yellow liquid near N.W. 164th and Penn on Thursday. “Our governor, our state reps, our senator, our congress people, they need to be here,” said resident Linda Cameron, whose home was covered in the residue. “The paint is peeling and that appears to have happened from the power washing.” She she understand the important role the oil […]