Kelly joined KFOR News4 in June of 2018. Before moving up the turnpike, she spent two and a half years reporting and anchoring in Lawton, Oklahoma for KSWO 7News. In 2015, Kelly graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism. She was also the goalkeeper for the Razorbacks soccer team and that’s where she met her husband, a fellow Okie who played on the Razorback baseball team.
When she’s not working, she’s spending time outdoors, hunting and fishing with her husband and dog, Jeter.
She has covered everything from Oklahoma tornadoes and wildfires to high profile crimes, murders and human-interest stories. Send her an email with any news tips. Kelly.Roliard@kfor.com


Recent Articles
  • OU student carjacked, robbed at gunpoint at Norman apartment complex

    NORMAN, Okla. – A University of Oklahoma student is still in shock after she was held at gunpoint and carjacked at an apartment complex near campus. Around 11 p.m. on Sunday, Kaleigh Guess said she drove to the 2900 Apartments. When Guess was getting out of her car, she noticed a man in the car next to her was getting out at the same time. Immediately, he pushed a gun into her chest and grabbed her car keys. “I had […]

  • Oklahoma game wardens catch poachers using plane

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Okla. – Oklahoma game wardens caught some poachers using their eye in the sky. Game wardens have been using airplane surveillance for decades to catch spotlighters in rural counties. The plane helps them see across several miles of Oklahoma’s landscape. And, while out circling above a few counties on Friday, game wardens managed to catch three hunters illegally killing deer. “Couldn’t quite pin point exactly where the light was at, so he requested the plane fly over and […]

  • Purcell boy who nearly drowned now recovering at home

    PURCELL, Okla. – A happy ending to what could have been a tragedy. Back in August, News4 told you about the twin boys pulled from a pool. One was underwater longer than the other and ever since that day, he’s been slowly recovering. Talen Snow was all smiles Thursday as his friends, family and first responders welcomed him home after nearly drowning a few months ago. His mom says it’s a day she never thought would come. “It felt like […]

  • Mother with newborn baby scrambling for supplies after break-in

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Some brazen burglars are on the run, and one local mother is left picking up the pieces. They’re accused of stealing almost everything out of a single mom’s home, including expensive baby supplies like a breast pump and diapers. Jasmine Banks just got out of the hospital and went home to find her apartment door wide open. She was shocked to find what all they took. “I was just like why,” said Banks. Banks thinks the burglars […]

  • OU students petition to remove statue

    NORMAN, Okla. – An artist’s controversial past is now prompting cries for a statue on the OU campus to be removed. Students have started the petition and thousands have signed on. The covered wagon was donated to the University by an alum and installed last month, but many students say they don’t want anything of the artist behind it associated with OU. “I don’t think that’s art,” said Abigale Lee, an OU student. “I think there’s plenty of creative outlets […]

  • Oklahoma teens record themselves throwing bottles out of car window

    MOORE, Okla. – A Snapchat video is now going viral. The teens in it recorded themselves throwing bottles out of a car window at other vehicles. A concerned mother in Moore said she saw the video on her daughter’s phone and reported it. She said, because of the way the teens in the video responded to her reporting their careless behavior and making the video public, she didn’t want to be on camera. “If they went out again next weekend, […]

  • Cashion community devastated after Ag barn catches fire, killing animals

    CASHION, Okla. – The community of Cashion is devastated after the high school’s Ag barn went up in flames over the weekend. All five animals that were in the barn didn’t make it, but the school has already received donations from all across the country to rebuild. “It was just heartbreaking to see and know that you could do nothing. You just had to sit by and watch this building burn and there was nothing that you could do,” said […]

  • “He got the best of me,” Shawnee man recovering after bizarre encounter with buck

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – A Shawnee man is recovering from wounds suffered during a bizarre encounter with a defensive deer. In a video on Facebook, the deer can be see charging, forcing Travis Hurst to try and hold the buck to avoid his sharp antlers. Hurst was putting together a bonfire for his church on Wednesday night when a buck came out of the woods and straight up to them. “He gets closer and closer and we’re thinking, ‘Well, we might […]

  • Tenant found living with dog feces all over floor of a Norman apartment

    NORMAN, Okla. – A foul smell leads a Norman landlord to a gruesome discovery at his apartment complex. A tenant and his dog were living in dog feces. The apartment owner says he did a security walk through because other residents in the area were complaining of a smell. But, he says he’s almost more concerned about the dog`s well-being than the damages to the apartment. “I immediately smelt something,” said Stephen Teel, the owner of the apartment complex. “It […]

  • Election Board: Federal law prohibits freebies, deals for ‘I Voted’ stickers

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After turning in your ballot, many voters grab one of those ‘I Voted’ stickers to wear for the rest of the day. In turn, some businesses have offered free and discounted items to give back to those citizens who exercised their right to vote. However, federal law prohibits giving away free and discounted items just for voting. Shake Shack, Blaze Pizza and Potbelly Sandwich shops are among the national chains that offer free fries, cookies and other […]

  • Man arrested for threatening hundreds of Oklahomans

    OKLAHOMA CITY – “Hundreds are going to die in Oklahoma City ” are just some of the frightening words a man admits he left in a phone message to his sister. He was also seen, on several occasions, taking photos of the Oklahoma City National Memorial. The man, 32-year-old Amiremad Nayebyazd, is now in custody. A man from California called Oklahoma City police to let them know about the concerning message the suspect left on his sister’s phone in Iran. […]