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Kevin has received various awards for reporting. He was honored with a Heart Land Emmy Award for his special: Story He won another Heart Land Emmy for the commentary: Real Oklahoman an update of his father Jack commentary from 1984. He was nominated for an Emmy in 1998 for his feature Power of Prayer. The Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters awarded Kevin the 2004 Outstanding Achievement Award for Best Feature on his reporting of Survivor Story.
The Arkansas Associated Press first place reporting award for the documentary The Family Farm: The New York Times Company Broadcast Group awarded Kevin the 2004 Chairman Team Award for his efforts in KFOR Triple Cast Election Watch Team on the night of the presidential election, November 2004.
Kevin attended Kansas State University and Oklahoma State University. Kevin and his family live in Edmond.
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OKLAHOMA CITY Mike Mullings of Oklahoma City was a medic during the early stages of America’s involvement in the Vietnam War. Soldiers looked to him to help them survive the wounds of combat; both physical and emotional. “He was just a very special, special guy,” says fellow Vietnam vet Rex Hames. no telling how many lives he saved over there. When Mike came back home, he continued to fight for his soldiers. His company, Taylor Valve Technology of Oklahoma City, has over 100 patents. He a man who wants to create something new every day. And, he wants Oklahoma students to do the same. That’s why Julian is so involved in The Oklahoma Student Inventors Expo. “I’m amazed sometimes at what they can do and hopefully they can build companies the same way I have,” says Julian. She brings them home cooked meals, toiletries and most importantly, a friendly smile and a kind face to turn to for help. “Don look at people and think you better than them,” Carrie warns. “Because it could easily happen to you. You don hear the stories that we hear. So, judge not lest you be judged. At a Braum in Edmond is a woman who lives to serve. Her name is Tanisha Harper. Tanisha also brings a smile and her giving spirit to work every day. If someone has forgotten their wallet, Tanisha will pony up the money herself and pay for the ice cream, or breakfast or lunch. She works with patients through high tech tools to help them detect health challenges and track their progress. Cacye’s other skill with technology is with her camera. She brings emotional healing to parents who have newborns in NICU (Neo Natal Intensive Care), including parent Megan Chapman whose little boy Bruno was born two months premature. Marilyn and Mike Randol have a passion for keeping kids safe. They worked as crossing guards for McKinley Elementary in Norman. Keeping their young charges out of harm’s way on busy Flood Street. But then, Marilyn and Mike world turned upside down. Mike suddenly developed an infection in his knee. It became so critical, they had to amputate the leg. That when the family spirit at McKinley took over and came to the rescue. Young Kennedy Clark of Minco has a heart for giving to those in need. When her teachers were collecting spare change from middle school students to help buy supplies for hurricane victims, Kennedy donated her whole change jar; 60 dollars she had saved for months to buy herself a laptop. father our AG teacher, Minco High School principal Clint Shirley said. Wednesday, News 4 got an update from the National Guard Command Center in northeast Oklahoma City where they say they proud of the soldiers quick actions. To say young Nick Tate is a people person is an understatement. just love getting to know people and talk to them and hear about their day and see how they doing, Nick said. In July, Nick was checking out a foster mother with three kids at the Newcastle WalMart. The mom couldn get her WIC Card to work properly and was frantic. So,Nick decided to pay for the formula himself. Part of the Channel 4 team of anchors from the 70 was George Tomek, Bob Barry, Jim Williams and Jack Ogle. dad, by the way, was the one who gave me the lasting feeling about editorializing. He told me this after Ifirst got here.