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Britnee Bryles joined KFOR in March 2011. She started Associate Producing while she was still a student at the University of Oklahoma. Britnee always knew she wanted to be in the news business but when she started at News Channel 4 she realized writing and telling stories is her passion.

Britnee grew up in Dallas but was Sooner Born and Sooner Bred, so when she graduated high school she moved to Oklahoma to attend school. Britnee graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in Broadcast at OU. She minored in political science thinking that she wanted to become a political analyst. But, Britnee soon found out she loves telling the stories of people in her community and showing what they think about state topics.

Britnee is the contributing correspondent at KFOR, in other words, she does just about anything. She is the social media correspondent, Animal House reporter, associate producer and also does many things on the web.

Britnee has watched KFOR since she was 5 years old with her grandmother in Midwest City. She remembers Kevin and Linda from when she was young and has always looked up to them. She is excited to be a part of KFOR.

Britnee loves cheering for the OKC Thunder, OU Sooners and volunteering in the community. She is an animal lover and helps rescue any lost animal she finds. In 2012, Britnee ran the half Oklahoma Memorial Marathon and she is looking forward to running the full marathon soon. Also in 2012, she was nominated for ionOklahoma Magazine’s 30 Under 30, a prestigious award given to young upcoming talent in Oklahoma.

In Britnee’s free time she loves to travel, read, work out, visit many local restaurants in the OKC area and meeting as many Oklahomans as possible.

Recent Articles
  • Caddo county 31st for burn ban

     CADDO COUNTY, Okla.– Caddo County is now the 31st county to place bans on fires. The ban was set in place on Friday. Now, almost half the state of Oklahoma has issued burn bands. State Forester George Geissler said the weather conditions have created a concern for potential wildfires. Contributing to the burn bans are the lack of rain fall and 100 degree temperatures and a massive 140 acre fire caused by lightning.

  • OKC attorney admits to stealing from children

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Former attorney John Milton Merritt pleaded guilty to a 12-count Federal indictment charge on Friday. The charges included four counts of bank fraud, one count for using a forged U.S district judge signature, and seven counts of money laundering. The 74-year-old is accused of defrauding Quail Creek Bank in Oklahoma City as well as stealing over $400,000 from orphans whose trust funds he managed. On Friday, Merritt entered his plea in front of a federal judge in […]

  • 13-year-old crashes car injuring two teens

    CHEROKEE COUNTY , Okla.– Early Saturday morning a 13-year-old Catoosa boy crashed a pickup truck injuring two other young passengers. Trey Johnson was driving a 1993 Chevrolet pickup around 2:00 a.m. when he struck a mailbox about seven miles north of Tahlequah. Johnson overcorrected onto the roadway when the vehicle struck a ditch, flipped one time, and hit a tree. Johnson and another 13-year-old passenger, Andrew Dearmond, were transported to Tahlequah City Hospital. Both teens were treated for head and […]

  • McAlester woman killed in car wreck

    PITTSBURG COUNTY, Okla.– A McAlester woman was killed in a car wreck after swerving on the road several times and rolling over her car. 27-year-old Audra Honel was driving her 1997 Ford Explorer on US Highway 69 when she began to swerve. The woman was headed eastbound on the 9A off ramp when she failed to accurately make the turn only to overcorrect two separate times. The second time her car departed the highway, rolled two and a half times, […]

  • Second heat alert still in effect

    OKLAHOMA CITY– EMSA paramedics said second Heat Alert is still in affect. Friday, six patients suffered from heat related illnesses and one of people was in serious condition following cardiac issues. Remember when you go outside to follow these rules: Pre-hydration is key to preventing heat related issues. Wear light colored clothes and a hat. Take plenty of breaks if you work outside. Most importantly: there is NO SAFE amount of time a child should be left in a car. […]

  • Fire crews rescue children, animals from apt. fire

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Fire Department is battling a major fire at 7401 Lyrewood Lane near Northwest Expressway. Firefighters are rescued a dog from the structure. There were a total of 8 units that burned and Lyrewood Lane continues to be shutdown. Look for the latest information on News Channel 4 at 6 p.m.

  • Semi-truck driver died on Highway 74

    GARFIELD COUNTY, Okla.—A semi-truck driver was killed on Highway 74 after he lost control of his vehicle and rolled the truck three times. Raymond Pacula of Hunter, Okla. died late last night when he swerved off of the highway then overcorrected trying to bring his truck back onto the highway when the vehicle began to roll. The truck came to a rest on the driver’s side and Pacula was pinned for an hour before Garber Fire and Rescue arrived to […]

  • Woman killed on highway

    OKFUSKEE COUNTY, Okla.– Early Saturday morning a 67 year-old woman was killed while walking on a highway near Castle, Oklahoma. Lois Gauze was walking on the southbound side of  in State Highway 48 when she was hit and killed by  a 1992 Buick Le Sabra driven by Jesse Ramsey. Ramsey was unable to see Gauze because of the dark. Gauze was pronounced dead at the scene and Ramsey was not injured.    

  • Amber alert child found with car

    SPENCER,Okla.– An Amber Alert was issued late Friday night for a toddler who was kidnapped in a stolen car. This happened in Spencer, Okla. The woman got home around 11:20 pm with her daughter, Taleah Hill, 2, left her 2004 black Chevy Trailblazer and went to unlock the front door of her home. While she was inside, she heard something and ran outside where a man then confronted her. He held the woman at gunpoint and told her to get in […]

  • Mysterious woman dead next to unharmed baby

    LAWTON, Okla.– A woman was found dead in her apartment with a baby lying next to her unharmed on Friday. Lawton police are now investigating how the woman died and do not believe foul play was involved. The woman’s family called the complex management when they could not reach her by the phone.  The 3-month–old infant was taking to an area hospital for examination.  Police are waiting for the medical examiner’s cause of death.

  • Plane crash kills recent graduates

    WILSON COUNTY, KANSAS– A twin air plane crashed into a field, skidded 200 feet then hit a row of tress, killing 4 and injuring one. The crash happened at 5:30 p.m. and firefighters worked until 8 p.m. recovering the passengers. Austin Anderson, Stephen Luth, Luke Sheets, recent graduates from Oral Roberts University, and Garret Coble, a former instructor died in the crash.  Hannah Luce, daughter of ORU trustee is in the hospital. In a letter from ORU President Dr. Mark Rutland he wrote […]

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