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Katelyn Ogle, KFOR Reporter

Katelyn started her journalism career as an intern for a local station during her senior year of college at The University of Central Oklahoma in 2018. Shortly after graduating, Katelyn became the Alert Desk Anchor and morning reporter. 

Katelyn has covered everything from breaking news, the global COVID-19 pandemic, local crime,  national to international headlines, both state and national elections and human interest stories in Oklahoma. Katelyn also worked as a newscast producer.

Broadcasting roots run deep in her family, and she feels honored to continue the tradition.

She is the granddaughter of the late Jack Ogle, one of Oklahoma’s most famous broadcast journalists and member of the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame.

Her father, Kevin Ogle, and uncle, Kent Ogle, are anchors at KFOR-TV, while her sister, Abigail Ogle, is an anchor and reporter for the local ABC affiliate. Her other uncle, Kelly Ogle, is an anchor at the local CBS affiliate.

When Katelyn isn’t working, she enjoys skateboarding, running, playing video games, traveling to new places to hammock, and spending time with her chihuahua, Giselle and two cats Fleetwood and Gretel.

Katelyn looks forward to her future in journalism and is proud to tell the stories of the people in her home state.

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