From the 305 to the 405, I’m happy to call Oklahoma City home.

I joined Oklahoma’s News 4 in November 2018 after spending more than four years anchoring and reporting for WHNT News 19, KFOR’s sister station in Huntsville, Alabama. Here, you can catch me anchoring the 9pm news on KAUT and reporting in the field on KFOR.

A Miami native of Jamaican descent, I am a proud ‘Cane, graduating from the University of Miami in 2013 where I joined Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

After graduating, I moved to Gulfport/Biloxi, Mississippi as one of the first reporters for WXXV News 25, a startup news product that launched in 2013.

When I’m not working the camera, you can catch me at car shows or sports events, cooking Jamaican food, or traveling.

Have a tip or an idea? I want to hear from you! I enjoy communicating with our viewers. Follow me on Twitter @FinesseBryan or email me at shevaun.bryan@kfor.com


Recent Articles
  • DEQ seeking information after sixteen 55-gallon drums containing unidentified liquids found at OKC property

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality is seeking information in an illegal dumping case in Oklahoma City. “There are sixteen drums. Some of them were leaking,” said Michael Freeman, an investigator with DEQ. The 55-gallon drums were placed at a property located at 3400 N.E. 4th St. According to the DEQ, they contain unidentified liquids; some of which are clear, while others are described as a black, tar-like substances. “It was the business across the street that called […]

  • First taste of freedom for woman after sentence is commuted by Gov. Fallin

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A woman who was once looking at a life behind bars instead walked out of Kate Barnard Corrections a free woman. Kayla Jeffries joins twenty other nonviolent offenders whose sentences were commuted by Governor Mary Fallin Wednesday. “I was sentenced to twenty years in prison,” she explained. With her papers in hand and a smile on her face, she climbed into an SUV with family members and went to a restaurant. The conversation, laden with laughter and […]

  • Man claiming to be ‘Texas Champion’ barges into stranger’s home hours after Big 12 Championship game

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla – Police and Gary Arnold are scratching their heads after a bizarre uninvited guest burst into a home. “I was sitting on the couch and I wasn’t expecting anybody or anything and this guy just barges through my door,” said Arnold. As if that wasn’t bizarre enough, Arnold asked the man, now identified as 28-year-old Matthew Crabtree, why he was there. In response, Arnold says the intruder proclaimed ‘I am a Texas Champion.’ I don’t know if […]

  • Oklahoma detention officer recovering after inmate bites off parts of his ears

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Deputies with the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office are praying for a speedy recovery after a five-year veteran with the agency was injured Saturday. “The detention officer was just going in to pick up a tray when out of nowhere the inmate jumped on him and just started hitting and kicking him, knocking him to the ground,” said Mark Opgrande with the sheriff’s office. The inmate is 22-year-old Benjamin Malcom Buford, in jail as he awaits trial for sexual battery. […]

  • Animal welfare: dog in biting incident will not be euthanized while they investigate possible owner

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Jon Gary, OKC Animal Welfare supervisor, says authorities are pursuing a lead on a possible owner of the dog involved in this month’s biting incident. Gary says nothing will happen to the dog until the lead is investigated. The dog was set to be held for the state-required three days, but instead Gary says they decided to hold off for a ten-day holding period. During this time, he says they investigated claims that the children threw rocks or sticks at […]

  • Debunking ‘Reefer Madness’: a behind-the-scenes look at a marijuana growing facility

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – In an unassuming building in an undisclosed location, Wild West Farms has 250 plants that will one day yield medicinal marijuana. “We do a living soil, no-till method,” said owner Kalen Elston. “We don’t use chemical fertilizer or pesticides.” The room designated for the vegetation state is equipped with a humidifier, fans, and lights. The goal is to keep the space muggy and warm. The plants will be separated by gender, then moved to the flower […]

  • OTA: Check your PIKEPASS statements for inadvertent charges

    OKLAHOMA CITY – PIKEPASS is a major convenience for a relatively minor price, but for some, charges to their account popped up when they weren’t even behind the wheel. In one recent case, an Oklahoman found a charge on his account before his PIKEPASS ever got to his mailbox. “It’s something that is extremely rare when it does happen,” explained Jack Damrill with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. “What’s happening every now and then, there is a chance, a slim chance, […]

  • Busy Edmond intersection to be four-way stop after car crash damages traffic signal box

    EDMOND, Okla. – Traffic at the intersection of South 15th Street and Kelly Avenue will be more stop-and-go than usual Tuesday. Starting at about 9 a.m. workers will shut off the traffic signals and four-way stop signs will be in place for the duration of the day as they work to replace the traffic signal controller cabinet. Monday afternoon two cars collided at the intersection; that crash ended on the curb of the northwest corner, right where the control box […]

  • Dog in elementary school attack may be available for adoption, body cam video captures ordeal

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One week after a dog attacked children on an elementary school playground and made its way inside the school, three children were still out of the classroom. The dog at the center of the incident may not be euthanized after all, pending the outcome of the investigation. Leaders with Animal Welfare say the dog may even be available for adoption. This comes as newly-released body camera footage shows the chaotic moments that followed the scary ordeal. On […]

  • How to avoid being a victim of theft this holiday season

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. –  Black Friday is the unofficial kickoff to holiday shopping, kicking off a season of big spending, and big theft. Police are on alert with everything from bait cars and parking lot patrol. But there’s a lot you can do to safeguard your purchases. “Lock your valuables in your trunk, if you’ve got an SUV, take them out of your front seat put them in the back,” said Lieutenant Ron Strecker with Midwest City Police. You’re reminded […]

  • Pro-cannabis advocates respond to Baptist Convention resolution

    OKLAHOMA CITY – At the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO)’s annual meeting, religious leaders from across the state passed an anti-pot resolution, concerned about the future of the plant in the state. Blake Gideon, senior pastor of Edmond’s First Baptist, is also president of the BGCO, and he says it’s a time for them to come together and discuss business, including their ongoing work and commitment to foster care. But they also discussed the path they fear the state […]