Oklahoma’s News Channel 4’s Kevin Ogle is an Emmy award winning journalist who anchors the 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
  • Veteran gets diploma from Bethany High School – 51 years later

    BETHANY, Okla. – A Vietnam vet is celebrating after he finally received his diploma – 51 years later. “It’s awesome. It’s real awesome,” said Russell Ring. Ring left Bethany High School early and volunteered to go to Vietnam to serve our country and help his family out financially with his military pay. And, he was right in the thick of the danger in Southeast Asia. “I was a helicopter crew chief and a door-gunner,” Ring told News 4. He was flying […]

  • “She’s just a wonderful person,” special olympics coach honored for doing what she loves

    ELGIN, Okla. – “I do it for the kids.” That’s what Amy Underhill says about her coaching of The Heart of Oklahoma Special Olympics. It`s a unified Special Olympics team made up of athletes facing some special challenges and partners who love teaming up with them. Amy Welsh-Cole is the mother of 3 daughters on the team: Samantha, Alexandra and Kylie. “What’s really neat about unified Olympics is it pushes the athletes to do things as good as the partners, says […]

  • A “Granny” with a story

    WEATHERFORD, Okla. – Inside Burcham Elementary in Weatherford, Oklahoma, is a special kind of teacher. Her name is Terry Fuller. But the kids all call her Granny Terry. “Always listen and obey your parents and your teachers,” Granny Terry tells the kids when she first meets them. But that’s not what makes her special; a lot of dedicated educators will give their students that kind of advice. Granny Terry is special because of what she does in the classroom as […]

  • Would you like a smile with your cart?

    EDMOND, Okla.  – Navor Sandoval, a greeter and shopping-cart assistant at Crest Grocery in Edmond, never met a customer he didn’t like…even those who may be a little grumpy. “Life is good,” says Navor.  “And if somebody get upset with me, I just smile at them and say thank you.  Kill ’em with kindness.” Crest customer Cecelia Kuper says Navor brightens her day when she comes to shop for groceries. “Every time I come into Crest he’s just a bright […]

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    Jon Harpman is an athlete. He loves to pull on his running shoes every day and hit the trail around Mitch Park in Edmond. But about a year ago, both Jon and his wife Kristin Davis began noticing something was wrong. “He would stop mid-sentence…sometimes mid-word, and it was very unusual to do that and occasionally, he would miss meetings,” says Kristin. Jon was tested. The then 54-year-old was shocked when he was told he has early on-set Alzheimer’s. “When […]

  • Paying It 4ward: one haircut at a time

    EDMOND, Okla. – Sometimes a simple thing can mean a lot when you need a little help. Traci Singer of Edmond knows that. In fact, she looks for ways to help others using her special skill as a hairstylist. “God uses people,” Traci says. Traci got involved with the Project 66 group. An Edmond food pantry that helps 500 needy families every month in Edmond, Luther, Arcadia and Jones. Project 66 also gets involved with helping kids with school supplies […]

  • This Moore teacher wants her students to succeed, whether she’s on the clock or not

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  • Putnam North High School teacher recognized for making a difference in her students’ lives

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  • Blanchard man paying it 4ward – the cowboy way 

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  • Cancer nightmare doesn’t stop the power of paying it 4ward 

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Cancer – that word from a doctor is such a frightening diagnosis. The only thing worse than hearing that about yourself is hearing it about your child. That’s what Emily Rogers of Oklahoma City is facing. Her 5-year-old daughter, Scarlett, has Stage 4 kidney cancer. But while dealing with that nightmare, Emily still finds the spirit to pay it forward. Emily’s friend, Meagan Raddatz, was recently diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Meagan had to be quarantined because of […]

  • Metro doctor warning of uptick in Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever cases

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