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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.

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    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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    Local teenager slowly recovering from unheard of 5th, 6th-degree burns

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  • ‘Suspicious’ house fire claims the lives of two Oklahomans

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    Chickasha man allegedly threatens family with bayonet; family says rampage is racially motivated

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  • ‘Video Vigilante’ exposing metro prostitution asks why local attorney is not charged

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    Oklahoma mental health services struggling with $20 million cuts

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is faced with a major budget crisis. After finding a $20 million hole in next year’s budget, the department is forced to cut millions worth of services. Today a public forum was held.  It was to get feedback on exactly what services will hit the chopping block. One by one they talked while the Medical Advisory Committee listened. Vurnita Long says, “I do not want my children to […]