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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
  • Accused purse thieves

    Accused purse thieves “foiled” by officers

    EDMOND, Okla. — Some creative shoplifters in Edmond almost got away with a huge haul of designer purses but they were “foiled” by an alert and brave security guard.     TJ Maxx has aisles and aisles of expensive, designer purses.      Authorities said the shoplifters loaded up a suitcase with nearly $2,500 in purses and wallets and waltzed right past those door security scanners.    The alleged purse snatchers devised a scheme to cover the electronic tags with aluminum foil.  […]

  • State Rep. suggests cost-effective wildfire plan

    From Bob Moore Chopper 4 you see them exploding into raging balls of fire, shooting their flames dozens, sometimes hundreds of feet into the air during an Oklahoma wildfire: Red Cedar trees.  The trees were originally brought to Oklahoma after the Dust Bowl to serve as wind breaks and help with erosion.  Now the state is infested with them, they have become dangerous fuel for wildfires that feed and gain strength from the trees.  The Red Cedars are filled with dangerous […]

  • Winds blow tree on house - S.W. OKC Sept. 7

    Stay 4Warned: Severe weather to move into metro

    Severe weather conditions continue across the state.

  • Burns Flat renter’s dispute

    BURNS FLAT, Okla. — A Burns Flat landlord is in another bitter dispute with a renter.  Just two weeks ago we told you about landlord Charlie Hough left with $37,000 in damages to one of his rent homes.  He said the damage was caused by two angry renters who he evicted; the pair was arrested.  Now Hough is involved in another battle. This new case has not led to criminal charges but it’s certainly a hot war of words. It’s […]

  • fire heroes

    Heroes recognized for bravery in wildfires

    LUTHER, Okla. — Some heroes from the wildfires are being recognized for their bravery in rescuing animals trapped by the flames earlier this month.   After the 2011 wildfires, Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel put together an animal rescue team made up of deputies and volunteers.  That new team was literally baptized by fire near Luther Aug. 3. Bill Cavanaugh and his wife Margaret are volunteers in the new rescue team.  When the call went out that horses were trapped by […]

  • Broadway star Chita Rivera on performing

    Broadway Star Chita Rivera talks with Kevin Ogle on performing, life and being back on stage. 

  • American Indian Cultural Center and Museum

    Controversial multi-million dollar project runs out of money

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A controversial multi-million dollar project in Oklahoma City has run out of money, the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum. The development stalled because the state legislature refused to approve $40 million more in construction money.  The state has already spent more than $63 million on the project. They are already practicing the tour speech at the cultural center and museum but it’s just to reporters right now.  Even though the majority of lawmakers are not on […]

  • Teen paralyzed after shooting

    UPDATE: Teen paralyzed in shooting recovering

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A paralyzed teenage shooting victim is speaking out from his hospital bed.  May 8, Bronson Quickle, 17, and a friend were walking to school when they were confronted by a group of gun-wielding robbers.  Bronson was shot and his friend pistol-whipped.  His friend ran for help.  Bronson’s mother, Tami Jackson, was the first on the scene at N.W. 16th St. and Meridian Ave.   Her first concern was not what kind of wound it was and what the lingering […]

  • Moths invade Oklahoma

    Have you noticed all the moths around lately? It seems like they are everywhere. The moths this spring are out in force getting into homes, onto clothes and into food pantries. How do we combat them? Unfortunately the moths will be around for a while. What we need to think about now is stopping the next step of the moth invasion; caterpillars, those little critters eat everything. Call your OSU County Extension office for more info on combating the moth invasion.

  • Elderly man arrested for lewd 911 calls

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A 72-year-old man has been arrested, accused of making excessive 911 calls and rude, sexual comments to operators. Police say Clyde Dorain Hobbs called 911 operators multiple times Saturday night making false and sometimes rude reports. Authorities tracked down the calls to Hobbs’ house in southwest Oklahoma City and were able to confirm that more than 17 phone calls to 911 had been made. OKC Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said, “Over 17 phone calls were made from […]

  • Survivor remembers May 3, 1999 tornado

    MOORE, Okla. — This day 13 years ago, a deadly monster roared across central Oklahoma and the metro. The EF-5 tornado on May 3, 1999 claimed more than 40 lives and destroyed hundreds of millions of dollars in property. Now we hear from a survivor who rode out the storm under a bridge that turned into a death trap. “The winds probably in excess of 300 mph. I can hear people screamin’ as they blew by,” Survivor Stuart Earnest said. […]