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Kevin Ogle is a news anchor for KFOR-TV (channel 4), the NBC affiliate in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Kevin anchors the station's weeknight 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts with Linda Cavanaugh, does occasional reports including the "Bottom Line" financial segments seen during the station's 6:30 p.m. newscast, and occasionally fills in as anchor of the 9 p.m. newscast on Independent station KAUT-TV. Ogle also serves as moderator of the locally-produced Sunday morning political affairs talk show Flashpoint, alongside panelists Mike Turpen and former Oklahoma City mayor Kirk Humphreys.


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Ogle is a fourth generation television journalist, his late father Jack Ogle worked for KFOR-TV during the 1970s and 1980s, and Kevin's brothers Kelly and Kent also work as anchor and reporters in the Oklahoma City market (Kent is the morning co-anchor and principal anchor of the noon newscast at KFOR-TV, while Kelly is the evening anchor for CBS affiliate KWTV, channel 9); Kevin's daughter, Abigail, also works as a journalist and serves as a weekday morning anchor and reporter for the market's ABC affiliate KOCO-TV. Kevin attended Kansas State University and graduated from Oklahoma State University. Kevin and his family live in Edmond, Oklahoma.

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Kevin began his career in Oklahoma City as a television sports photographer and editor. Prior to working at KFOR-TV, Ogle had worked at CBS affiliate KFSM-TV in Fort Smith, Arkansas, ABC affiliate KSWO-TV in Lawton, Oklahoma and KWCO radio in Chickasha, Oklahoma. In 1983, He received one of four Associated Press Awards for Best General News Reporting. He received honorable mention from the Arkansas Associated Press in 1987 for the investigative reporting series, Road to Recovery. He joined KFOR as the station's weekend anchor and general assignment reporter in 1993, before being promoted to weeknight anchor in 1996.

Ogle has also headed up the project "Keep the Music Alive," which collects musical instruments for the Oklahoma City Public School system. Ogle also has a monthly column on family and children issues in the local publication Metro Family magazine.

Awards and honors

Ogle has been honored with the Arkansas Associated Press first place reporting award for the documentary The Family Farm: An Endangered Tradition, the Oklahoma Associated Press first place reporting award for the feature report Windmill Man and the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalism first place reporting award for the feature On the Edge of Nowhere, and in 1998 was also nominated for an Emmy for his feature report Power of Prayer. Ogle was also awarded the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Outstanding Achievement Award in 2004 for Best Feature on his report Survivor's Story. The New York Times Company (the former parent company of KFOR-TV, which is now owned by Tribune Broadcasting) also awarded Ogle the Chairman's Team Award in 2004 for the station's Presidential election coverage.


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