Nate Feken is a sports reporter/anchor for Oklahoma News Channel 4.

He is very excited to be working in Oklahoma City; the majority of his family is from Oklahoma and he considers this his “home” now.

Nate comes to Oklahoma City from Beckley, West Virginia, after spending five months working as WOAY-TV’s weekend sports anchor/reporter.

Nate graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in journalism.

While at OU, Nate spent lots of time working for OUTV, the journalism school’s TV station.

He was a weekday sports anchor/reporter for OU Nightly and worked as a host/reporter for “OUr Sports Pad.”

During his time at OU he also interned and free-lanced for KFOR’s sports department.

Nate could not be happier to cover the Thunder, Cowboys, Sooners or any other sports teams and events around Oklahoma City.

Recent Articles
  • Sooners, Cowboys Earn All-Big 12 Football Honors

    The Big 12 announced its 2018 season football honors on Wednesday, November 28. For the fourth straight season an Oklahoma Sooner, Kyler Murray, took home the offensive player of the year award. Sooner standouts Austin Seibert, special teams player of the year, and Dru Samia, co-offensive lineman of the year, also won individual awards. Lincoln Riley was named Chuck Neinas co-coach of the year. Murray, Samia, Seibert as well as Marquise Brown, Grant Calcaterra, Cody Ford and Ben Powers all […]

  • Thursday Night Heroes, Week Nine

    Week nine of Oklahoma’s high school football season kicked off with several marquee games on Thursday night. Our Dylan Buckingham and Nate Feken covered three games across Oklahoma City. Check out the video to see highlights from John Marshall, Stillwater, Putnam City and more.

  • Thursday Night Heroes, Week Four

    Many of Oklahoma’s high school football games moved from Friday to Thursday due to incoming weather. With the increased schedule we upped our coverage of several games around Oklahoma City. Here’s scores of the games we covered: Bethany 24 – Blanchard 13 Yukon 14 – Norman 7 Midwest City 56 – Lawton 45 Heritage Hall 34 – Mount Saint Mary 2 Edmond Santa Fe 42 – Edmond Memorial 0 Check out all the highlights from our Dylan Buckingham and Nate […]

  • Thursday Night Heroes, Week Three

    Several teams took to the field on Thursday night to kick off week three of Oklahoma’s high school football season. Capitol Hill High School took care of Northwest Classen on their way to a 44-27 win. Putnam City North improved to 3-0 for the second time in five years with a 46-21 win over Choctaw. Check out all the highlights in the video above, and stay tuned to KFOR and for continued coverage of high school football.

  • Westbrook undergoes knee surgery, could miss preseason

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook underwent arthroscopic procedure on his knee, general manager Sam Presti announced. After Westbrook experienced inflammation in the knee over the weekend, the former NBA MVP and his representation determined the best course of action was to have the proactive procedure done. Dr. Neal ElAttrache, with Thunder medical personnel present, performed the surgery at Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles. Westbrook will get reevaluated in about four weeks, and a further update […]

  • Friday Night Heroes Week Zero

    High school football is back in Oklahoma. Week zero allows for teams to play a week early, and allows them an off date later in the year. Not every team plays during week zero, so a limited number of games are played. Check out our coverage of week zero in the video above. Here’s scores from our coverage: Jones 27 – Oklahoma Christian School 10 Oklahoma Bible Academy 36 – Oklahoma Christian Academy 13 Yukon 28 – Edmond North 0 […]

  • Trey Alexander Carving Out Career, Carrying On Family’s Fortunes

    When it comes to basketball bloodlines no one may have Heritage Hall sophomore Trey Alexander beat. His grandfather won a state title, his father, Steven Jr., won two titles at Midwest City and played some pro ball. Then there’s his two uncles who won titles with the Bombers too, Deangelo, even player for OU. Hoops is all natural for the fifteen year old. “No I wouldn’t say it’s always been easy,” Alexander said.  “I would say, it’s been like second […]

  • Friday Night Heroes Scrimmage

    High school football in Oklahoma is almost back. Week zero starts and the season starts on August 24. Our Nate Feken made it by a scrimmage featuring three metro teams as they try to make some last second adjustments before the regular season. Check out the video above to see highlights from Norman North, Southmoore and Midwest City.

  • A Trae Young Throwback, Looking Back At A Journey To The NBA

    What a week it’s been for Trae Young. The Norman native’s hosting his first basketball camp, and also keeping close to his roots by hosting a back to school bash where he’s giving away free backpacks and school supplies. Before he became a star for the Sooners and a top five NBA draft pick we were there for his freshman year at Norman North. “Oh my gosh,” Young said.  “I was wearing number three with the short fade.  That is […]

  • Codey McElroy Changes Careers, Credits Oklahoma Roots

    When preparation meets opportunity, some say, that’s luck. Codey McElroy calls that life. After graduating from Chattanooga High School he played baseball for five years, competing in college and the minors. Then there was a season with OSU basketball. Following that Codey tried coaching. Looking for stability the 25 year old enrolled at Southeastern Oklahoma State last fall, and took aim at a career in oil. For the first time he was a normal college kid, which led to being […]

  • Catching Up With Cowboy Golf Champ Austin Eckroat

    After helping the Cowboys claim the top spot in college golf Austin Eckroat, says he’s felt like a mini celebrity of late. Eckroat told me, he’s being recognized more often now, and that he’s posing for more pictures with people too. Austin’s no stranger to success. The teenager’s won four championships in five years when you include his days as a Huskie at Edmond North high school. “We were the best team in the state, and we were expected to […]