Jarred Burk

Digital Content Manager

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.

Education:

  • Cameron University - Communications Degree

Recent Articles by Jarred

STATE UPDATE: Greer County becoming a hotspot of positive cases

City of Lawton continuing to release specifics on latest proclamation amendments

Bank robbery suspect arrested in west Lawton

Warrants issued for two brothers connected to March murder

New information released in Lawton homicide on Tuesday evening

Okla. preparing to tap ‘Rainy Day Fund’ to fill COVID-19-fueled budget shortfall

Comanche Co. candidate filing period to open April 8

STATE UPDATE: New SWOK county added to positive list, increases show up across the area

Duncan schools get approval for distance learning plan

UPDATE: City of Lawton issues new guidance for orders enacted during Thursday morning meeting

STATE UPDATE: Stephens County sees first death, numbers continue to rise

UPDATE: LPD releases identity of murder suspect from Tuesday evening

STATE UPDATE: Fort Sill reports seven cases, first case recovered

UPDATE: Mayor Booker changes date for his shelter-in-place order to take effect

Drive-thru COVID testing to be setup in Jackson County on Wednesday

STATE UPDATE: Number of cases in Comanche and Stephens Co. continue to increase, state totals jump

CCMH says employee has tested positive for COVID-19

All students will soon be able to receive free school lunches after waiver approved

Tillman County child flown to OKC after falling in pond

  STATE UPDATE: Cotton Co. sees first case, Comanche Co. adds one

  STATE UPDATE: Comanche County cases increase to 11

Fort Sill reports second case on post

STATE UPDATE: Stephens County up, total numbers and deaths also increase

April elections in Comanche County postponed

Three new COVID-19 cases reported in Comanche County

STATE UPDATE: Cases grow to 322, area cases grow by 4

United Way of SWOK setting aside $100.000 to help agencies, holding ‘Bear Hunt’

Stitt says most abortions, other routine procedures to be halted during emergency order

Lawton Animal Welfare talks pets, COVID-19

Okla. Commerce Dept. working to clarify ‘essential’ businesses