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KWTV Graphic Gives Woman Busted for DUI Happy Ending

An Oklahoma County Clerk had quite the night if you were to believe everything Oklahoma City CBS affiliate KWTV wrote about her in a graphic.

Anchor Kelly Ogle told viewers during last night’s 10:00 p.m. news elected official Carolyn Caudill had “bonded out of jail” after being arrested for DUI, but the graphic told a different story.

After seeing the graphic on twitter, one user quipped, “I guess that’s what the smile is for.”

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Oklahoma TV Pioneer Bill Thrash Dies

 

Bill Thrash, described as Oklahoma’s “premier television producer, director, programmer” has died at the age of 73.

“We are very sad to say that we have lost an important member of our Newschannel 4 family,” said Kevin Ogle, anchor for the Oklahoma City NBC affiliate KFOR. “You may not immediately recognize his name but his imprint was all over the shows you enjoyed on Newschannel 4 over the years,” added anchor Meg Alexander.

Thrash started at WKY (now KFOR) in 1971 eventually becoming the station’s program and station manager. He is credited with launching shows such as “The Stars and Stripes Show,” “Danny’s Day,” and “The Butch and Ben McCain Show.”

In 2010, Thrash received the Gold Circle Emmy Award from the Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, making him the second Oklahoman to have received the award. In 2009, the William C. Thrash Television Studio was opened on the campus of East Central University in Ada, OK.

Another Tornado Threat For Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City stations went on the air with news of a tornado watch in the area shortly after 3:30 p.m. Friday afternoon.

NBC affiliate KFOR was the first to go into wall-to-wall tornado coverage at 3:30 p.m. Chief meteorologist Mike Morgan (pictured) helmed coverage. CBS affiliate KWTV was next at 3:34 p.m., with Kelly Ogle and Amanda Taylor anchoring and meteorologists Gary England and Michael Armstrong contributing.

ABC affiliate KOCO went into continuing coverage with meteorologist Damon Lane at 4:00 p.m. “I know a lot of you are going to be wanting to watch ‘Ellen,’” Lane said. “However, the situation that we have going across the state this afternoon is a significant situation, a very dangerous situation.”

Fox affiliate KOKH stayed with regularly scheduled programming through the 4 p.m. hour.

VIDEO: Wasp Flies Through KWTV Commentary

Last week we offered you, “Cockroach Crawls Up Reporter’s Arm During Live Shot”.  This week we give you the flying wasp from Oklahoma City CBS affiliate, KWTV.

10 p.m. anchor Kelly Ogle was almost finished with his “My 2 cents” commentary about the Obama/Romney debate when the anchor was momentarily distracted.  “Whoa!  A big wasp just flew by, folks,” said Ogle.  Who then continued with his segment.

If you watch carefully, you can see the large wasp travel from left to right in the middle portion of the screen at the :13 second mark in the video.  You can see the complete segment on the station website by clicking here.