Reporter Emory Bryan joined News On 6 in 1994 after working for Oklahoma Educational Television in Tulsa and Georgia Public Television in Atlanta.
Bryan grew up on a peanut farm in Worth County, Georgia and graduated from the University of Georgia. He began his news career covering the school board for his hometown radio station and worked on the newspaper staff in college before making the switch to television.
Bryan and his wife, Melissa, have four daughters attending school in Tulsa.
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“We're ready to finish strong tomorrow, win this, and then rally the Republican base and go win in November as well,” Stitt said.
Both Republican candidates for Governor spoke about education on Friday in front of school board members from across the state. Kevin Stitt said he supports a $5,000 recruitment bonus to get more teachers into the classroom.
Kevin Stitt returned Tulsa Thursday night after spending the day visiting Hulbert and Pryor. Stitt says they have some new polling out on the race with just a few days left to go.
"I think it's ridiculous to make fun of someone's name and use a cuss word to do it, and I think it's going to backfire on him,” Stitt said.
The candidates in the Republican runoff race for governor launched new ads Monday, criticizing each other. The ads are new, but the claims are not.
Kevin Stitt said in April he did not support tax increases tied to teacher pay raises.
OK GOP gubernatorial candidate Kevin Stitt said the fact that he's not an experienced politician is actually his top selling point on the campaign trail.
Both candidates say they're President Donald Trump supporters and Stitt's ads - claiming Cornett is a recent convert - started an argument over who supported Trump first.