Kevin Ogle is an Emmy award winning journalist who anchors the KFOR 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. weeknight news with Joleen Chaney.
In addition to his responsibilities as news anchor, Kevin moderates Flashpoint, a political affairs talk show with Mike Turpen and Kirk 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 Is the son of Oklahoma Hall Of Fame broadcaster Jack Ogle and the father of Oklahoma City TV broadcasters, Abigail Ogle and Katelyn Ogle. Kevin went K thru 12 in Edmond Public Schools graduating from Edmond Memorial High School in 1977.
Kevin attended Kansas State University and Oklahoma State University. Kevin and his wife Ginger were married in 1984 and live in Edmond.


Recent Articles
  • “She is an angel sent from heaven,” Shawnee woman honors nurse who helped in her darkest times

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – Debbie Manuel of Shawnee was in the darkest place in her life when she attempted suicide. She thought that when she opened her eyes again she would be in heaven. “When I woke up and heard her, I honestly thought ‘this is an angel.’” And Debbie still thinks that about her new friend and hero Andrea Jones. Andrea is an ICU nurse at Saint Anthony Hospital in Shawnee. Debbie was discovered unconscious and was rushed to St. […]

  • What’s in a name? Controversy continues over OKCPS school name change

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Dwindling enrollment at Northeast Academy, formerly Northeast High School, coupled with the Pathway to Greatness Plan by OKC Public Schools, has resulted in the Classen School of Advanced Studies moving into the 82-year-old Northeast school building and changing its name to Classen SAS at Northeast. “It’s not fair,” says OKC School Board member Charles Henry, “that a school on one side of the community can come to a school on this side of the community which is […]

  • A young heart at work for animals

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – You’re never too young to pay it forward. That’s proven by 10-year-old Molly Haskett of Midwest City. When she was just 8 years old, Molly went before Midwest City leaders and asked them to build a larger animal shelter for the growing number of neglected and abandoned pets in the area. Molly, with the help of her grandmother, even started a Facebook page called Molly’s Cause for Paws. Dedicated to raising money and awareness about the […]

  • Strangers become guardian angels to one metro family after horrific car crash

    MOORE, Okla. – 16-year-old Bo Ross II remembers the first things he recalls from a fiery crash he was involved in on I-35 near Moore. “Just screaming and panic,” Bo says. “And once I calmed down I realized I’ve got to get out of the car.” That’s when 2 angels appeared. Their names: Jeff and Tena Smith. Total strangers to the Ross family. They got Bo out of the car and what a blessing it was that Tena works in […]

  • Stillwater police release ‘swatting’ 911 calls, work to find suspect

    STILLWATER, Okla. – Stillwater police have a tall order in front of them but are determined to find the person who called in a “swatting hoax” to the city’s emergency system. “Swatting” often involves video gamers who get angry at someone they’re competing with online and call into 911 in that person’s hometown, telling authorities that person is planning a bombing or some other instance that requires a heavy police presence like a swat team. It happened in Stillwater on […]

  • Linda Cavanaugh reflects on Channel 4’s 70 years

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Linda Cavanaugh was almost destined to become a part of Channel 4. “My grandfather was a farmer south of Norman,” she said. “Every morning when we would spend the weekends with him, you would hear WKY-Radio or WKY-TV and he would be watching the farm report. As far as I was concerned, that was the only television station in the state.” When she started at Channel 4 in 1977, Linda was a reporter/photographer. Back then, it was […]

  • Local hospice volunteer brings hope and a surprise

    EDMOND, Okla. – 87-year-old Bob Grant is a man on a mission. Bob volunteers for Good Shepherd Hospice and one of his stops once a week is The Timbers Skilled Nursing Center in Edmond. After Bob’s wife Joan died in 2014, he wanted a way to honor her memory and help others. “It’s my way of giving back to the community,” says Bob. “Because 70 percent of the people in here never get a visitor. Somebody needs to come see […]

  • Suspect in custody after high-speed chase through Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A wild chase through the metro reached speeds of almost 150 miles per hour, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. It ended with a suspect in custody and the discovery of lots of clothing merchandise, possibly stolen from Oklahoma stores. According to the OHP, it all started in Grady County when 27-year-old Javonte Barnes wouldn’t pull over for speeding. The chase roared up I-44 and into Newcastle before Barnes started for the downtown Oklahoma City area. “Speeds […]

  • The miracle in the rubble: Rescuers recount helping save baby during May 3, 1999 tornado

    “It literally looked like a trash heap that you would see in the junk yard. And, they were digging and digging, and they could hear people crying.” That’s just one of the memories EMSA Paramedic Jim Cochrane remembers from May 3, 1999 when he drove up on the scene of an apartment complex obliterated at the intersection of SW 119th and Western. Oklahoma City Police Master Sergeant Kevin Sutherland arrived on the same scene but was confronted by a different […]

  • A vision of friendship at the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

    OKLAHOMA CITY – 76-year-old Benny Meier is a long-distance runner in OKC, but probably not like many you have met before. Benny is blind, but it doesn’t keep Benny from competing in the Oklahoma City National Memorial Marathon. That’s because Benny has a secret weapon. Her name is Frances Williams. When Benny runs, Frances is his guide. Frances uses her eyes and Benny provides the inspiration for this dynamic running duo. “She’s been a person who has been my guide, […]

  • Oklahoma WWII veteran takes flight down memory lane

    ADA, Okla. – The B-24 Bomber Liberator and the men who manned them, helped liberate America from World War II. The B-24’s bombing runs in the Pacific Theater against the Japanese were lethal. One man who knows that is 94-year-old Gene Neal from Sulphur. His position in the plane during the war was in the very front of the B-24. “I was the nose gunner,” says Gene, “I was the first one there and the first one home.” On Friday […]

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