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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
  • “She sees kids in need and does something about it,” Oklahoma teacher goes above and beyond for hometown

    HENNESSEY, Okla. – Shelley Burch is known for helping others in her hometown of Hennessey. During Red Ribbon Week, she sponsors a pumpkin decorating contest for middle school students. Around the holiday time, she coordinates an Angel Tree Christmas that gets community members involved with blessing others with gifts. Shelly then delivers those gifts to families in Hennessey on Christmas Eve. She also brought the community and school system together for the Middle School Great Race, as a reading rewards […]

  • The Rant: Campaign combat

    Barring a recount, tomorrow’s Election Day marks the end of this tumultuous 2016 presidential election season. Many pundits, and many of you, have called this the ugliest, most divisive and most mean-spirited, in a long time. Does it make you mad that it boiled down to this kind negativity? Do you blame a candidate?

  • The Rant: ‘Swing’ vote?

    OKLAHOMA – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said the FBI has no case on the new email investigation of her and believes it will end like the last one: with agents deciding there is nothing to prosecute. Are you mad or glad the FBI came out with the news of the new email inquiry this close to election day, and do you think it could it swing the election to Donald Trump?

  • Meeting addresses how to drill without triggering earthquakes

    OKLAHOMA – The uptick in Oklahoma quakes has been linked to post-fracking wastewater disposal wells. Many officials are concerned underground pressure brought on by wastewater disposal wells could trigger another large quake. Our last three largest rattlers: September’s 5.8 near Pawnee, the magnitude 5.1 near Fairview in February and the 5.7 by Prague in 2011 – all man-made. Tuesday, a lawmaker called for a special meeting at the state capitol to look at how to keep drilling without triggering earthquakes. […]

  • “We are very grateful for it,” Family Pays it 4Ward to friend who helped in their time of need

    OKLAHOMA – Can you imagine how angry you would be if someone stole your child or grandchild’s little league equipment right out of your car? Now, imagine you were at a point you couldn’t afford to replace it. That’s what the Reid family was facing when someone broke into their vehicle and stole their 6-year-old daughter’s softball gear. Thank goodness for a good friend who knows the value of Paying it 4Ward. The Reid’s friend, Chris Meadows, went out and […]

  • The Rant: Conference call

    OKLAHOMA – For months, there has been exciting speculation the big 12, which of course is now just 10 teams including OU and OSU, would add other schools – expand to keep up with the other power conferences. But, word Monday from the meeting in Dallas is school leaders have decided NOT to add any more teams for now. Are you surprised? What do you think that means for the future of the Big 12?

  • The Rant: Columbus Day controversy

    OKLAHOMA – The nation is officially celebrating Columbus Day, but some places, including the OU campus in Norman, are celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day – a way to recognize the native population already in The Americas when Columbus discovered the new world for Europe and a protest about the way the Columbus’ men treated that population. Your thoughts on the Columbus Day controversy?

  • Historical buildings lost to fire in downtown Seminole

    SEMINOLE, Okla. – One day after fire destroyed two businesses in Seminole, residents are getting a better look at the damage. “We got the call about 3:56 this morning of heavy smoke coming from a structure located on Main Street. Upon arrival, we did see heavy smoke,” Seminole Fire Chief Bryant Baker told NewsChannel 4 on Sunday.  Firefighters battled the blaze for several hours before getting it under control. On Monday, the remains of five buildings was still smoking as residents stopped […]

  • “It’s amazing what she’s done,” Former Oklahoma City school student Pays it 4Ward to “deserving teacher”

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Inside Wheeler Elementary in Oklahoma City, 5th grade teacher Sunshine Sarrington is sending out bright rays of love. Sarrington has a passion for the kids at Wheeler and not just as students. A couple of years ago, Sarrington started a campaign with her friends to make sure everyone in her grade level had a visit from Santa Claus. She had the kids write letters to Santa. Most of the requests were for basic needs: shoes, a blanket […]

  • Oklahoma experts discuss lack of vaccinations

    OKLAHOMA – The mumps outbreak in Enid surprised a lot of people in the state but not one group of doctors who said they saw warning signs. “The outbreak in Enid came directly from an outbreak in Arkansas,” said Dr. Thomas Kuhls, an expert in childhood vaccinations. “It initially started in unvaccinated individuals and, so, for that reason, if everyone would have been vaccinated, I don’t think the mumps epidemic would have occurred.” Vaccines have become a hot political issue. […]

  • Cutting edge and controversial treatment helping Oklahoma woman with deadly disease

    ENID, Okla. — Cassandra Bennett, from Enid, a mother of six, is a fighter. 18 months ago Cassandra gave birth to a baby boy. Soon after, she began experiencing unusual symptoms that were finally diagnosed as ALS, better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS destroys nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord responsible for controlling the body’s muscles. There is no cure and it is almost always fatal. After researching treatment options, Cassandra and her mom were led to […]