Jarred Burk

Assistant News Director

Jarred was born and raised in Lawton. He is now in his second stint with 7News after working for the station from late 2010 until late 2012. He came back in November of 2016 to take over the role as Digital Content Manager. As of March 2021, Jarred now fills the role of Assistant News Director for 7News.


  • Cameron University - Communications Degree

Recent Articles by Jarred

  Altus PD arrest juvenile for having firearm on campus, WOSC locked down due to incident

  OSDH pausing Johnson & Johnson vaccine administration

  Wichita Falls man charged with plotting to blow up data center

  UPDATE: Missing man found in Wichita Falls

Purple Up for Military Kids

Arson suspect arrested after Altus apartment fire

City of Lawton outlines masks rules for city property after mandate repeal

Oklahoma’s Phase 4 of the vaccine plan starts March 29, 16 and up eligible

  UPDATE: LPD identifies victim of Monday’s deadly stabbing

Deadly stabbing being investigated by LPD

2021 Texoma Golf Card Deal

  Vaccinated visitors to CCMH now allowed for non-COVID patients

  Soldier found dead at home earlier this week identified by Fort Sill

  Fort Sill soldier found dead at home

Tillman Co. rural water customers asked to conserve, boil water

  Fort Sill identifies soldier found dead over weekend

  Wichita Mountains reopening after weather closure

  Doorbell camera captures curious elk at Comanche Co. home

UPDATE: Missing child found by Lawton police

  UPDATE: court records reveal new details of weekend shooting in Lawton

Icy conditions force Lawton COVID vaccine clinic to be rescheduled

  LPD: Suspect admits to over 200 burglaries

  CCSO investigating deadly shooting after alleged domestic incident

UPDATE: LPD says they will be releasing body camera footage of shooting

Group gathers in Lawton to voice concerns over officer involved shooting

  UPDATE: OSBI releases initial information over LPD officer involved shooting, confirms fatality

Comanche Co. Courthouse to remain closed to the general public

Gov. Stitt activating National Guard Reaction Force in preparation for possible protests

Billingsley Ford has a new way to support furry friends

  Altus PD identifies fugitive murder suspect