Kevin Ogle, KFOR

Kevin Ogle


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Kevin:

Celebrating together one dance at a time

“This is what she was made to do.” Chris Splitt of Oklahoma City talking about his wife Rhonda, the driving force of Celebrating Together; a group organizing 4 dances a year for young people dealing with disability challenges. Rhonda is the CEO and President of the group. → Read More

Lions Club of Mustang volunteers for Warmth 4 Winter

A cavalcade of cars filled with winter coats for Brad Edwards’ Warmth 4 Winter were unloaded at Legacy Cleaners in Edmond. → Read More

‘I was born here, raised here and very proud of it,’ Oklahoma Opry brings Darci Lynne back to town

One of Oklahoma’s favorite daughters, Darci Lynne Farmer is glad to be back in her home state. → Read More

Oklahoma woman helps cancer patient, others in need

An Oklahoma woman who goes above and beyond for those in need is now being recognized for her acts of kindness. → Read More

Metro truck driving students left high and dry after driving school closes

Metro truck driving students have been left high and dry after a SW OKC driving school shuts its doors. → Read More

Pay it 4ward: Beloved Midwest City grocery store greeter treats all with kindness

If you find yourself walking into the Crest Grocery Store in Midwest City, get ready. There is a big “Hellooooo!” waiting for you. Keonta King is the cart keeper and the greeter there, and he makes sure you’re welcomed into the store like royalty. → Read More

Pay it 4ward: Serving hot meals & kindness

For over a decade, Delbert Briggs has been the chef, a friend and the inspiration for many here at the Homeless Alliance Day Shelter in Oklahoma City. → Read More

Paying it forward with a badge and a love for children

Fairview Elementary School Resource Officer Dewayne Hayes from the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office is making a world of difference for the kids at the Moore school. → Read More

Paying it 4ward with snow ice cream and hugs

“She walked in the door, and she said, ‘I was listening to you…do you need a hug,’ and I needed that hug so bad.” → Read More

Pay it 4ward: ‘Sensing’ a neighbor in need

An El Reno family was saved from a house fire by their neighbor. Now, the family is thanking her with the Pay it 4ward Award. → Read More

U.S. House candidate accused of alcohol-fueled profanities toward pre-teen girls

Bombshell allegations are being made against Abby Broyles, an Oklahoma Democratic Congressional candidate, involving a party, alcohol and middle school girls being verbally assaulted. → Read More

1st woman, person of color president at Oklahoma City Community College speaks with

There’s a new president walking the halls at Oklahoma City Community College and she’s making history. → Read More

Edmond bus driver a bright light in students’ lives

Hattie’s mother agrees that Christina Cody makes it a special trip to school for Hattie every day. → Read More

Marking 100 years since the opening of the Dunbar Library – now the Ralph Ellison Library – in Oklahoma City

"For me, It's really about the authentic telling of our history. It’s difficult. It’s a difficult history to bear and a difficult history to hear, but it's necessary." → Read More

Once-homeless couple pays it forward by giving Stockings of Hope to Oklahomans in need

“You don’t get a Christmas gift when you’re homeless,” says Bobby Rylant,. “That’s one of the things we missed the most, and just to give them something to let ’em know they’re loved. They’re humans too, you know.” → Read More

Salvation Army warehouse filled with Angel Tree gifts from generous Oklahomans

The angels were busy this holiday season, making sure thousands of needy Oklahoma children and seniors have a merry Christmas. → Read More

Signing Santa brings holiday cheer to Oklahoma City metro area deaf students

"They get so excited to see me 'cause I’m just like them.” → Read More

Veterans Voices: A life-changing tribute, ‘I know it’s going to change my life’

“There are a lot of people in the military I watched lying in the bed of the hospital that were separated from their loved ones because they didn’t want to play the game of taking care of that veteran anymore. And it hurts.” Powerful words from veteran Scott Adams. A career military man who had six tours of duty in Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq. And then spent 18 months in a hospital for wounds… → Read More

Pay it 4Ward: Oklahoma woman’s joy in life comes from helping families in need

Tammie Cobble is part of Cups of Love, an outreach ministry through the United Methodist Church of Newcastle. She has a passion for helping families in need around the metro. → Read More

Former University of Oklahoma football star ‘Endures’ life’s hard hits

While you probably remember his dominating presence on the football field, you might not know his story of triumph and resilience after leaving college. → Read More