Oklahoma’s News Channel 4’s Kevin Ogle is an Emmy award winning journalist who anchors the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. weeknight news with Linda Cavanaugh.
In addition to his responsibilities as news anchor, Kevin moderates Flashpoint, a political affairs talk show with Mike Turpen and Krik Humphreys.
In 1993, Kevin joined the News Channel 4 team as weekend anchor and weekday reporter. He has also worked in radio and print.
Kevin has received various awards for reporting. He was honored with a Heart Land Emmy Award for his special: “Survivor’s Story”. He won another Heart Land Emmy for the commentary: “A Real Oklahoman”, an update of his father Jack’s commentary from 1984. He was nominated for an Emmy in 1998 for his feature Power of Prayer. The Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters awarded Kevin the 2004 Outstanding Achievement Award for Best Feature on his reporting of Survivor’s Story.
The Arkansas Associated Press first place reporting award for the documentary The Family Farm: The New York Times Company Broadcast Group awarded Kevin the 2004 Chairman’s Team Award for his efforts in KFOR’s Triple Cast Election Watch Team on the night of the presidential election, November 2004.
Kevin attended Kansas State University and Oklahoma State University. Kevin and his family live in Edmond.


Recent Articles
  • “We wouldn’t have made it without you,” Couple gives back to school who helped them during family crisis

    NORMAN, Okla. – Marilyn and Mike Randol have a passion for keeping kids safe. They worked as crossing guards for McKinley Elementary in Norman. Keeping their young charges out of harm’s way on busy Flood Street. But then, Marilyn and Mike’s world turned upside down. Mike suddenly developed an infection in his knee. It became so critical, they had to amputate the leg. That’s when the family spirit at McKinley took over and came to the rescue. “Food and prayers […]

  • Young Oklahoma girl has a heart for giving to those in need

    MINCO, Okla. – Young Kennedy Clark of Minco has a heart for giving to those in need. When her teachers were collecting spare change from middle school students to help buy supplies for hurricane victims,  Kennedy donated her whole change jar; 60 dollars she had saved for months to buy herself a laptop. “Her father’s our AG teacher,” Minco High School principal Clint Shirley said.  “And I called him and I said you almost feel bad about taking this money […]

  • Oklahoma National Guard members continue to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While much of the country is focusing on the lurking menace of Hurricane Irma, Oklahoma’s citizen soldiers are still on the ground in Texas helping Hurricane Harvey survivors get back on their feet. Wednesday, News 4 got an update from the National Guard Command Center in northeast Oklahoma City where they say they’re proud of the soldiers’ quick actions. “On a holiday weekend, we called and less than 48 hrs, 2,000 citizens soldiers and airmen responded to […]

  • Oklahoma cashier who helped pay it 4ward to foster mom gets big surprise

    NEWCASTLE, Okla. – To say young Nick Tate is a people person is an understatement. “I just love getting to know people and talk to them and hear about their day and see how they’re doing,” Nick said. In July, Nick was checking out a foster mother with three kids at the Newcastle WalMart. The mom couldn’t get her WIC Card to work properly and was frantic. So, Nick decided to pay for the formula himself. The foster mom thanked Nick, […]

  • “It’s a tough job,” Legendary newsman George Tomek talks about his memories at Channel 4

    OKLAHOMA CITY – In 1966, George Tomek, a navy veteran from Illinois, made his way to Oklahoma City and left his mark of broadcast excellence. Part of the Channel 4 “dream team” of anchors from the 70’s was George Tomek, Bob Barry, Jim Williams  and Jack Ogle. “Your dad..your dad,” remembers George. “Your dad, by the way, was the one who gave me the lasting feeling about editorializing. He told me this after I first got here.  He said ‘George, I learned something years […]

  • Legendary radio personality Ronnie Kaye remembers WKY as KFOR Moves 4Ward

    OKLAHOMA CITY – In a few days, Channel 4 will be broadcasting from a new building. And while we make the transition, we are remembering the iconic personalities that are associated with our soon-to-be former home. Ronnie Kaye seems synonymous with WKY. Here’s a taste of how far back Ronnie goes with the old building: “The all-night guard was just sitting there laughing and I said ‘What are you laughing at?'” remembers Ronnie. “And he said ‘There’s this new guy.’ […]

  • Man pays it 4ward to Guthrie woman who returned lost money, movie tickets to rightful owner

    OKLAHOMA CITY – “I was gonna throw it in the trash,” said Willa Kortright, of Guthrie, about the envelope she saw laying on the ground next to a gas pump at the Rainbow Gas station on Highway 33. Inside the envelope was more than $250 and several movie tickets. Willa knew by the movie’s title, it was obvious a parent had bought the tickets for her kids. Instead of keeping it herself, Willa contacted NewsChannel 4 to publicize her find […]

  • “I love my customers,” Oklahoma City cashier recognized for compassion, kind heart

    OKLAHOMA CITY – “Thank you so much for everything darlin.’” That’s how cashier Frances Flanagan talks to her customers, who make it a point to come through her checkout line at the Crest Supermarket on south May Ave. in Oklahoma City. Those who know Frances say she has a kind heart, genuine interest and compassion for the people she sees there. One customer, Darlene Derbyshire, has been through Frances’ line before but remembers one day in particular. “She noticed by […]

  • “They don’t have to be euthanized,” Edmond man helps foster discarded, abandoned animals

    EDMOND, Okla. – Ethan Hong of Edmond has found his passion in life: Fostering puppies. He takes in pups that have been discarded or abandoned and gets them ready to be adopted. “I fell into it by accident actually”, Ethan said. “I found some pups that were abandoned, so I called a friend and she said, ‘we’re out of foster homes right now’. So, I said ‘I can do it.’ So, she said ‘I’ll be right there.’ She showed up […]

  • “It’s just a home away from home,” Oklahoma church helping military members adjust to their new lives

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – Life Church of Midwest City is helping civilian volunteers with their mission of love called ‘Team Tinker Home Away From Home.’ It’s a group that helps young airmen and women and sailors get used to life in the military. Life Church presented the volunteers of Team Tinker with a $5,000 check to help with their efforts to put the young military personnel get used to the hectic life on base. “Many of them are away from home […]

  • Oklahoma woman bringing comfort to students, faculty by creating “pet posse” program

    STILLWATER, Okla. – The sweet sound of ringing chimes on a university campus are inviting and soothing. But sometimes college life can hit a sour note for kids trying to adjust to life away from home for the first time. “This is Scruff. Scruff, can you say ‘hi?'” said Oklahoma State University’s first cowgirl, Ann Hargis. She and her therapy dog are on a mission. To bring a little home-front comfort to students and faculty through special four-legged friends. Ann […]