Jarred Burk

Digital Content Manager

Jarred was born and raised in Lawton. He is now in his second stint with 7News after working for the station from late 2010 until late 2012. He came back in November of 2016 to take over the role as Digital Content Manager.


  • Cameron University - Communications Degree

Recent Articles by Jarred

STATE UPDATE: Active cases continue to rise across state, locally

STATE UPDATE: Grady County’s active cases near 300

STATE UPDATE: SWOK resident 1 of 12 new deaths on Wednesday

STATE UPDATE: Two new deaths reported in SWOK

STATE UPDATE: Oklahoma crosses 70,000 cases on Monday morning

STATE UPDATE: Two SWOK counties report new deaths related to COVID

Army ‘Top 10 Most Wanted,’ Lawton fugitive found dead on eve of extradition for child sex crimes

STATE UPDATE: ‘Probable’ cases will begin to be reported on Tuesday

STATE UPDATE: Lawton shows 61 actives, Anadarko second in SWOK

Crunch Fitness Contest

STATE UPDATE: Confirmed cases cross over 60,000, 12 new deaths reported

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STATE UPDATE: 666 new cases reported on Tuesday

STATE UPDATE: Active Comanche Co. cases drop back below 100

STATE UPDATE: 6-percent of active cases attributed to SWOK

STATE UPDATE: Total cases cross over 55,000, deaths near 800

STATE UPDATE: Jackson Co. reports new COVID-related death

Duncan students, staff ‘potentially’ placed in quarantine

STATE UPDATE: Active cases remain steady in SWOK

STATE UPDATE: Comanche County now over 250 active cases

Fort Sill confirms ‘a number’ of positive tests after 64 new COVID cases reported in Comanche Co.

STATE UPDATE: Comanche County shows large spike in active cases

STATE UPDATE: 10 new deaths bring total over 700 across the state

STATE UPDATE: State cases near 50,000, 700 deaths

STATE UPDATE: State officials update COVID alert map, six new deaths reported

STATE UPDATE: SWOK county adds new death, state increases by 11

STATE UPDATE: State cases cross 45,000

STATE UPDATE: Jackson Co. reports two new COVID-19 related deaths

STATE UPDATE: Stephens County reports third death

STATE UPDATE: Total cases cross over 41,000