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Paige Hill joined the KFOR-TV team as a reporter in May 2013. The Putnam City North Panther alumna is excited to be back in her hometown working with some of the same faces she grew up watching and admiring.

Paige is back in Oklahoma from Missouri where she worked for the St. Louis Rams hosting their behind the scenes show ‘Rams Nation’. She’s traveled the world, from London to Hong Kong with the Rams, both as a host and cheerleader.

Paige graduated from Lindenwood University. During her time at Lindenwood she contributed to a tri-weekly student run newscast as a reporter, photographer, editor, producer and anchor. Before graduation she started out as an intern both in Tampa, Florida and St. Louis gaining hands-on experience from veteran reporters.

Paige is a self-proclaimed pageant girl after winning Miss Oklahoma Teen USA back in 2007. When she’s not working she enjoys exploring everything about Oklahoma City that has grown so much since she’s been gone.

Hometown... Oklahoma City

Life Goal... to never have to “work” a day in my life. I want to always be doing what I love.

Most embarrassing moment... During my basketball days growing up I scored a lay-up for the other team. I even celebrated a little bit before turning around and realizing that no one was cheering with me.

Knew you wanted to be a reporter when… after the 9/11 terrorist attacks there wasn’t much to watch on television but the news. I became very curious about how the news worked and how everyone knew so much information. You could call me nosey, but I wanted to know everything too!

Best movie of all time... A Little Princess

Best part of my job... meeting some pretty awesome Oklahomans!

People are surprised when I tell them… that I didn’t play basketball in college… or volleyball!

Biggest life achievement/made mom & dad proud when I... was crowned Miss Oklahoma Teen USA in 2007.

I like to listen to... anything! If it’s a catchy song chances are I’m listening to it.

Best part of the day... is being out in the field and getting inside the community. The people in my stories are what makes everything fall into place.

Favorite place to be other than home & work... I love to visit my old dance studio, Top Hat Talent.

Anything else you want viewers to know about you? I am just so happy to be back home and ready to live up to the Oklahoma standard. There really isn’t anywhere in the world like Oklahoma City.

Recent Articles
  • Police: Liquor store employee posed as sheriff’s deputy after catching an underage buyer

    NORMAN, Okla. – Norman police officers are looking for a man they think is impersonating one of their own. They say a liquor store employee, acting as an undercover sheriff’s deputy, detained a teenager for hours after he tried to buy alcohol at a Norman liquor store. The owner of that liquor store insisted what happened between one of his employees and the teenager was not criminal. The owner of Last Call Liquor says, “That’s ridiculous. That doesn’t make any sense.” […]

  • Customers believe 3-year-old’s death in McDonald’s parking lot could have been prevented

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A mom and her 3 and 4-year-old boys were in the crosswalk of a McDonald’s parking lot, when the 3-year-old broke free of mom’s hands, putting him in front of a black SUV that didn’t see him coming. It happened near NW Expressway and Council Wednesday afternoon. The 3-year-old boy did not survive and his mom and 4-year-old brother were taken to the hospital for their injuries. Investigators are calling it a terrible accident but some McDonald’s […]

  • Local teenager recovering from 5th, 6th degree burns gets words of encouragement

    PADEN, Okla.- The healing process continues for Dalton Henry. He’s only 15-years-old and recovering from 5th and 6th degree burns. These types of burns are usually only seen in the morgue. Dalton was helping an older cousin burn brush, and playing with a gas can. The gas ignited the brush pile and burned. Surgery after surgery, his road to recovery continues. Staying hopeful that one day his scars will fade has been tough for Dalton Henry. His mom, Carrie, says […]

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    Investigators: Suspect involved in officer-involved shooting, identified

    UPDATED 7/6/2014 Cleveland County Sheriff’s investigators say 27-year-old Nicholas Popplewell was killed during this officer-involved shooting. NORMAN, Okla. – A routine traffic stop in Norman ended with gunfire Saturday morning. Officials say two Cleveland County Sheriff’s deputies were forced to gun down a man that tried to get away in their police cruisers. Neighbors say what happened this morning was loud. When they came outside the last thing they expected to see were a swarm of police cars and shell […]

  • Lake Patrol out in full force for holiday weekend; looking for drinking and boating

    OKLAHOMA – If you plan to head out to the lake this weekend, know that lake patrols are out in force keeping an eye out for anyone breaking the law. They want to remind boaters to drink responsibly. Right now, anyone caught boating with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit could be cited or arrested for boating under the influence. Newschannel Four took a ride with arcadia’s lake patrol for a look at their operations. Lake Arcadia is […]

  • Lake patrols out in force this holiday weekend

    OKLAHOMA CITY – If you plan to head out to the lake this weekend, know that lake patrols are out in force, keeping an eye out for anyone breaking the law. They want to remind boaters to drink responsibly. Anyone caught boating with a blood alcohol level about the legal limit could be cited or arrested for boating under the influence. Officer Littles and his partner, Officer Dickson, spent their fourth of July enforcing the rules of Lake Arcadia. “This […]

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    Police call alleged cyber relationship between 48-year-old man and 14-year-old girl ‘just plain nasty’

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – A 48-year-old Chickasha man is behind bars after investigators discovered his alleged disturbing cyber relationship with a 14-year-old girl. One Chickasha police officer called the exchange “just plain nasty.” The girl’s father found more than 1500 Facebook messages and more than 300 emails between Vernon Quillin and his daughter. He even allegedly sent “selfies”. Major Shanon McClain said, “That’s pretty substantial. It shows a person that’s intent on having some form of relationship with this minor.” Quillin […]

  • New video visitation program gives inmates a way to connect with love ones from the outside

    At no cost to taxpayers, the Logan County jail is revolutionizing inmate visitation with technology. According to deputies the difference in morale and attitudes of notoriously trouble making inmates could be night and day. Usually inmates get a short five minutes in person of visitation once a week. Even correctional officers say that’s not enough time. With this new system deputies think these inmates get to see what the crime they’ve committed is making them miss at home. Chief Deputy […]

  • 54-year-old woman turned away from college after learning she never finished high school

    UNION CITY, Okla. – A decades old transcript error is keeping a 54-year-old woman from finally getting a college degree. After a few weeks of classes at Brown Mackie College, she was devastated to learn she couldn’t stay. Technically she isn’t a high school graduate. In 1977, Marsha Roberts walked the stage in a cap and gown and was given a diploma from Union City High School. She says that’s as official as it gets. “I saw that it was […]

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    Oklahoma’s own Chris Wondolowski elevates team USA in World Cup

      Soccer fever is spreading wildly through the country and through the state. But there’s one member of team USA making a name for a local Native American tribe. Chris Wondolowski, #18, is a proud Kiowa with a big family right here in Oklahoma. Wondlowski’s family says the forward’s first word as a baby was ball as he kicked soccer balls in diapers. Even the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma knew to expect big things from him. Thousands of miles away […]

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    Shawnee police need help identifying suspect in nursing home smash and grab

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Shawnee Police need your help solving a brazen smash and grab in a nursing home parking lot. They say many people continue to leave valuables in cars for the taking. They later end up learning their lesson the hard way. On an unlucky Friday the 13th, one family found out even nursing homes aren’t off limits to criminals. While visiting a relative at a The Sterling House, Ted Gillispie’s family left their purses and other valuables in […]