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

  United States Veterans Affairs Secretary talks pandemic with 7NEWS

  Women’s Ranch Rodeo happening in Waurika Saturday morning

  Extra safety measures in effect at Comanche Co. Courthouse after employee tests positive for coronavirus

  Altus tourism grants aim to bring more events to town

  Largest WWI Mobile Museum travels across America but calls Marlow home

  Medicine Park hosting Rock in the Park this weekend

  Seven SWOK school districts receive thousands of dollars in Initiative Grants

  Duncan teen dies after falling off roof of moving car

  Lawton Fire Marshal retiring after nearly 35 years of service

  Altus nursing homes gifted Facebook portals to help residents meet face-to-face with loved ones

  County election boards in dire need of Election Day workers

ELECTION PREVIEW: Altus voters preparing to decide 23 separate propositions

  Former Miss Rhode Island completes leadership training on Fort Sill, encourages women to enlist

Grand opening held for Pxtra on Fort Sill

  Altus ag department using hydroponic grow towers to teach students, grow lettuce for cafeteria

  Cotton Co. farmer appointed to EPA committee excited to fight for rural communities

  ELECTION PREVIEW: Tillman County voters to elect new sheriff

  Dry conditions increasing fire danger in SWOK

  ELECTION PREVIEW: Jackson County voters to choose sheriff

  Woman thanks first responders after being rescued from under bank vault

  City of Altus planning Park Lane sidewalk project

  City of Duncan opens first dog park

  Boys & Girls Club summer camp kicks off next week

  Lawton Community Theatre back open, recovering after coronavirus financial hit

  Chattanooga community, school district respond after controversial Facebook comment by employee

  Altus OHP trooper saves woman’s life after wreck

  Altus council sends MAPS II project, electric rate changes to public vote

  Velma business bringing jobs to SWOK by selling homemade alpaca fur items

  Duncan family raising money for double lung transplant

  Surprise 60th anniversary parade held for Lawton couple quarantining for last 75 days