2NEWS HD Anchors
Russ McCaskey co-anchors the five, six and 10 pm news for Channel 2. From tornadoes to the Oklahoma City bombing, Russ has covered some of the biggest stories in state history.
Karen Larsen joined KJRH Channel 2 in May of 1996, and is currently anchor of Channel 2 News at 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. Her work on these newscasts has earned three Emmy awards, as well as honors from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters.
Deana joined the 2NEWS Team as a general assignment reporter in January of 2005. She now anchors the 2NEWS Weekday Morning and Midday show with Justin Wilfon and Meteorologist George Flickinger.
Believe it or not, my journey to 2NEWS started way back in the third grade. That's when a weatherman from a local TV station visited my school. After he talked about the excitement of television news, I was immediately hooked.
Born in Oklahoma and raised in the small town of Weleetka, Oklahoma. Married his high school sweetheart and his been married for 32 years with two wonderful children. He has been a meteorologist in Oklahoma for over 25 years.
Brittany's love of weather started when she was in elementary school. She would wake up an hour early before school just to watch the news and especially the weather broadcast.
George Flickinger moved to Oklahoma in 2001 as a storm chaser and meteorologist
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Big Al Jerkens has been a member of the KJRH 2NEWS home team since 1979. He has three favorite sports teams, the NY Yankees, New York Giants, New York Rangers.
The newest addition to the Channel 2 Sports Team, Cayden McFarland is blessed to have found a job in the only profession that can justify an entire childhood spent watching sports and memorizing boxscores.
Brandon Richard joined the 2NEWS team as a multi-media journalist in September 2011.
Breanne Palmerini joined the KJRH team in August 2008. She started as the early morning reporter and worked her way up through the ranks to become the anchor of 2News Weekend Mornings.
Dan came to KJRH in April 2011, from Lincoln, Nebraska.
A veteran reporter and two-time Emmy Award winner, John is 2NEWS HD's Don't Waste Your Money® consumer reporter.
Liz Bryant joined KJRH in August 2011 as a multi-media journalist. She is excited to be back home! A native of Tulsa, Liz attended Jenks Schools.
Marla Carter says she's so excited to be here in Tulsa! A Kansas City native, she feels right at home here in the midwest. She joined KJRH in March of 2007 as an investigative reporter.
Michelle is a member of the Channel 2 Problem Solvers team and has been with KJRH since 2003.
Patricia Santos joined KJRH in April 2012 as Multi-Media Journalist. She came to us from Tallahassee, Florida where she worked as a General Assignment Reporter for WTXL-TV.
"It's an honor to help folks solve the problems they haven't been able to solve themselves." Pete Knutson has worked at Channel 2 for more than 16 years, but just recently became the station's newest Problem Solver.
Max joined 2NEWS as a multimedia journalist in December 2012. As an MMJ, Max shoots and edits his video in addition to writing his stories.
A 14-year-old accused of breaking into a Jenks home and murdering a woman before taking her car will be charged as a youthful offender, a judge ruled Wednesday.
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A big chunk of the Tulsa Public School district's budget comes from property tax. There's enough money owed to make up $20 million in cuts that the district has received over the past five years, according to records from the Tulsa County Treasurer's Office.
For many voters, how they cast their ballot could hinge on the commercials current mayor Dewey Bartlett, former mayor Kathy Taylor and former city councilor Bill Christiansen are airing on television and radio.