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  • David Bradley

    David Bradley

    Weeknight Anchor/Executive News DirectorWeeknight Anchor/Executive News Director

    Oklahoma-born and bred, David Bradley joined KSWO-TV in April, 1986. He was originally hired as Sports Director, and served in that role until the summer of 1999.  That's when he was moved to the news

    Oklahoma-born and bred, David Bradley joined KSWO-TV in April, 1986. He was originally hired as Sports Director, and served in that role until the summer of 1999.

     

  • Paula Van Drisse

    Paula Van Drisse

    Friday, October 17 2014 11:42 AM EDT2014-10-17 15:42:08 GMT
    Oct 17, 2014 11:51 AM2015-12-10 20:21:21 GMT
    4 and 5 Anchor4 and 5 Anchor
    Paula joined KSWO in October of 2014. She is originally from northeast Wisconsin, but has always loved the friendliness of the people in the south, along with the warm weather!

    Paula joined KSWO in October of 2014. She is originally from northeast Wisconsin, but has always loved the friendliness of the people in the south, along with the warm weather!

  • Monte Brown

    Monte Brown

    GMT AnchorGMT Anchor

    Monte is a native Oklahoman from the Tulsa area. He's a self-described "news junky" and has been all his life. Whether it's covering crime or politics at the Oklahoma Capitol, you can count on Monte to

    Monte is a native Oklahoman from the Tulsa area. He's a self-described "news junky" and has been all his life. Whether it's covering crime or politics at the Oklahoma Capitol, you can count on Monte to bring you the complete story from every angle and viewpoint.

  • Makenzie Burk

    Makenzie Burk

    Tuesday, July 19 2016 4:45 PM EDT2016-07-19 20:45:30 GMT
    GMT AnchorGMT Anchor

    Makenzie Burk was born and raised in Lawton, Oklahoma, and graduated from Lawton High School in 2012. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication with a concentration in radio/television and a minor in journalism from Cameron University in 2016.

    Makenzie Burk was born and raised in Lawton, Oklahoma, and graduated from Lawton High School in 2012. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication with a concentration in radio/television and a minor in journalism from Cameron University in 2016.

  • Caitlin Williams

    Caitlin Williams

    Monday, December 19 2016 5:23 PM EST2016-12-19 22:23:51 GMT
    Caitlin Williams, 4 & 5 AnchorCaitlin Williams, 4 & 5 Anchor

    Caitlin Williams is from Sabinal, Texas and joined the 7News Team in December 2016 as an anchor. Before moving to Southwest Oklahoma, Caitlin worked for KWES-TV in Midland, Texas where she worked as a reporter and was later promoted as the 4 & 5 p.m. anchor.

    Caitlin Williams is from Sabinal, Texas and joined the 7News Team in December 2016 as an anchor. Before moving to Southwest Oklahoma, Caitlin worked for KWES-TV in Midland, Texas where she worked as a reporter and was later promoted as the 4 & 5 p.m. anchor.

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  • LGBTQ allies celebrate as two discriminatory bills fail

    LGBTQ allies celebrate as two discriminatory bills fail

    Friday, March 24 2017 5:56 PM EDT2017-03-24 21:56:52 GMT

    Two LGBTQ Bills did not pass the state Senate. Senate Bill 694 would have stripped Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Norman’s ability to protect against discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation in housing and employment. It also would have prevented other municipalities from passing similar ordinances.  

    Two LGBTQ Bills did not pass the state Senate. Senate Bill 694 would have stripped Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Norman’s ability to protect against discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation in housing and employment. It also would have prevented other municipalities from passing similar ordinances.  

  • Democratic budget plan eliminates tax breaks to fill $878 million gap

    Democratic budget plan eliminates tax breaks to fill $878 million gap

    Friday, March 24 2017 5:49 PM EDT2017-03-24 21:49:23 GMT

    On Thursday during the seventh week of the legislative session, Democrats laid out their plan to bridge an estimated $878 million budget gap and offer teachers promised raises. According to KWTV, democrats unveiled their plan to the media to raise $1.3 billion in revenue by simply rolling back income, corporate and oil tax breaks. They consider the plan a better alternative to the Governor's plan to raise taxes on services by $840 million.

    On Thursday during the seventh week of the legislative session, Democrats laid out their plan to bridge an estimated $878 million budget gap and offer teachers promised raises. According to KWTV, democrats unveiled their plan to the media to raise $1.3 billion in revenue by simply rolling back income, corporate and oil tax breaks. They consider the plan a better alternative to the Governor's plan to raise taxes on services by $840 million.

  • No repeal for 'Obamacare' _ a humiliating defeat for Trump

    No repeal for 'Obamacare' _ a humiliating defeat for Trump

    Friday, March 24 2017 5:48 PM EDT2017-03-24 21:48:01 GMT
    Friday, March 24 2017 5:48 PM EDT2017-03-24 21:48:01 GMT

    Republicans have set course for a climactic House vote on their health care overhaul.

    Republicans have set course for a climactic House vote on their health care overhaul.

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