Will Hutchison

Will Hutchison

Will Hutchison was born and raised in Edmond Oklahoma, where he lived for 18 years before moving to Norman to attend the University of Oklahoma. Will graduated from OU in May 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication. Will joined the KSWO team in July 2015 as the producer of the 5:00 p.m. newscast and transitioned into a reporter role in November 2015. While in college, Will had a variety of jobs, including waiting tables, bartending and interning in the Corporate Communications department for the Oklahoma City Thunder. He's loved sports his whole life and roots for the Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma City Thunder, Oakland Raiders and Toronto Blue Jays.  He loves playing pickup basketball, has a mean skyhook, loves movies (particularly bad movies and Nicolas Cage movies) and is an extremely average fantasy football player. If you have a news story you want Will to cover or just want someone to talk sports and bad movies with, feel free to drop him an email at Whutchison@kswo.com. Or follow him on Twitter and Facebook.


Recent Articles by Will

  First city championship cross country meet held in Lawton

  Transition fairs held as new law allows thousands of inmates across Oklahoma early release

  Community volunteers teach LPS seniors life skills

  Record store opens in Duncan

  Issac Hill, prosecutors reach plea agreement in murder trial

  Lead detective’s testimony inadmissible in Issac Hill murder trial

  Testimony begins in Issac Hill murder trial

  Family confirms details of weekend triple murder-suicide

  New acting city manager details plans for City of Altus

  Superintendent, FBI official discuss recent SWOK school threats

UPDATE: Superintendent speaks about Empire Public School threat

  Marlow cheerleaders to perform at college football bowl game

  New businesses coming to Altus

  Altus High School starts eSports team

  Lawton piano prodigy puts out debut album

  3 local artists chosen for Oklahoma State Fair mural contest

  Lawton brothers paint mural on Cache Road

  LPS Police Chief shares latest on school threat

  Southwest Oklahoma teen achieves college softball dream despite lifetime of scoliosis

  Nehemiah Initiative helping Altus mother in need

  Lawton man chasing professional basketball dream

  “IT’S GOOD”: Local 7-year-old selling lemonade to raise money for Hurricane Dorian victims

  Vietnam, Korean War veteran laid to rest on Fort Sill

  Norman celebrates the return of Sooner Football

  Busy holiday weekend ahead at local lakes

  YOU CAN HELP: Football player using kicking ability to raise money for Cache Special Olympics

  Five Lawton polling places being relocated

  Home explosion now homicide investigation, identity of victim not confirmed

  Altus firefighter remembered for impact on friends, community

  Lawton man aims for world record while donating to charity