Kevin Ogle Bio, Wiki, KFOR, Age, Education, Height, Family, Wife, Children, and Career

Kevin Ogle Biography

Kevin Ogle is an American television news anchor recognized for his lead anchoring role at KFOR-TV station in Oklahoma City. He is known for anchoring the weeknight 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts alongside Joleen Chaney. Also for his occasional reports including the “Bottom Line” financial segments shown during the 6:30 p.m. newscast. In addition, he occasionally fills in for anchoring the 9 p.m. newscast on KAUT-TV, an independent station.

Kevin Ogle Age| Birthday

How old is Ogle? He is around 65 years old as of 2024. She was born on  December 23, 1958, in Edmond, Oklahoma, United States.

Kevin Ogle Education

Ogle excelled on the basketball court as a freshman at Kansas State University in 1978, earning a basketball scholarship and leading the Wildcats in scoring. Unfortunately, he left the team for personal reasons and transferred to Oklahoma State University–Stillwater. There, he graduated with a degree in journalism from the Paul Miller School of Journalism and Broadcasting in 1982.

Kevin Ogle Height|Weight

He stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.

Kevin Ogle Family

Ogle was born in Edmond, Oklahoma. The firstborn son of Jack Ogle (1930–1999), a veteran television journalist who worked at NBC affiliate WKY-TV as a news anchor and news director from 1962 to 1977, and Karen Ogle. His two younger brothers, Kent Jacob Ogle (born June 11, 1960) and Walter Kelly Ogle (born September 24, 1961). They also went into the broadcasting industry in the Oklahoma City market. Kent joined KFOR-TV in 1993 as an assignment reporter, before being appointed weekday morning co-anchor and principal noon anchor in 1996. Kelly joined CBS affiliate KWTV-DT as a noon anchor and business reporter in 1990, before being appointed weeknight co-anchor in 1993.

Kevin Ogle
Kevin Ogle

Kevin Ogle Wife|Married

Ogle has been happily married to Ginger Renae Burns since 1984; they raised their family in Edmond, Oklahoma, where the two continue to live.

Kevin Ogle Children| kids

Ogle and his wife Ginger Renae are blessed with two daughters: Abigail Ann and Katelyn, who have both followed in their father’s footsteps and have gone into television news work. Abigail began her career as a sports host at KSBI in 2010 and eventually moved to ABC affiliate KOCO-TV as a weekday morning co-anchor in 2014 and then later to 6:00 p.m. anchor/weeknight reporter in 2017. Katelyn has joined KWTV (channel 9) as its weekday morning Live Desk/Alert Center anchor, leaving KOKH-TV (channel 25) as the only station in the market without an Ogle working there.

Kevin Ogle Career

Ogle an Oklahoma City-based journalist and television sports photographer and editor. He started his career in the region in the early 1980s. Ogle worked at CBS affiliate KFSM-TV in Fort Smith, Arkansas (under the stage name Kevin Bowman), ABC affiliate KSWO-TV in Lawton, Oklahoma, and KWCO radio in Chickasha, Oklahoma. He was honored with one of four Associated Press Awards for Best General News Reporting in 1983.

Also received an honorable mention from the Arkansas Associated Press in 1987 for his investigative reporting series, Road to Recovery. In 1993, Ogle joined KFOR as the station’s weekend anchor and general assignment reporter. In addition, he was eventually promoted to weeknight anchor in 1996.

Ogle has also made a lasting impact on the local Oklahoma City community with the “Keep the Music Alive” project. Providing musical instruments to the Oklahoma City Public School system and having a monthly column on family and children issues in Metro Family magazine.

Kevin Ogle Awards

Ogle has been honored with several prestigious awards. Including the Arkansas Associated Press first-place reporting award for his documentary.The Family Farm: An Endangered Tradition, the Oklahoma Associated Press first place reporting award for the feature report Windmill Man, the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalism first place reporting award for the feature On the Edge of Nowhere, and a nomination for an Emmy for his feature report Power of Prayer. He was also awarded the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Outstanding Achievement Award in 2004 for Best Feature on his report Survivor’s Story. And the New York Times Company (the former parent company of KFOR-TV) granted him the Chairman’s Team Award in 2004 for the station’s presidential election coverage.

Kevin Ogle Salary|Net Worth

Ogle has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000 and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million which he earns from his career.

Frequently asked questions about Ogle

Who is Ogle?

Kevin Ogle is an American television news anchor recognized for his lead anchoring role at KFOR-TV station in Oklahoma City. He is known for anchoring the weeknight 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts alongside Joleen Chaney. Also for his occasional reports including the “Bottom Line” financial segments shown during the 6:30 p.m. newscast. In addition, he occasionally fills in for anchoring the 9 p.m. newscast on KAUT-TV, an independent station.

Is Ogle Married?

Ogle has been happily married to Ginger Renae Burns since 1984. They raised their family in Edmond, Oklahoma, where the two continue to live.

Where does Ogle Live?

He resides in Edmond, Oklahoma.

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