Sound Check: Historic Oklahoma theatre goes from boom to bust to boom again! Luanne Stuart, the station's vice president of creative services, said earlier that Edwards suffered the aneurysm on Tuesday while recovering at a local hospital from a bacterial infection of his heart. segments still exist, but I don't know who does the segment now. If you need help finding the right words, view our. [3] His In Your Corner segments continue to this day. reported on consumer advocacy issues, reports of questionable He worked in films from the 1910s to the 1950s. Edwards said he … “I want to be a normal guy, because I am a normal guy.”. Brad Edwards, the man who was always 'In Your Corner,' passed away after a brief illness. Brad's caring and dedication touched thousands OKLAHOMA CITY - For nearly three decades Brad Edwards was In Your Corner. …, Publication date: We are deeply saddened over the loss of our dear friend and vBulletin, Copyright ©2000 - 2008, Jelsoft Enterprises Limited. In 1973 after leaving the service, Brad joined WKY-TV (now KFOR-TV) as a general assignment reporter and photographer, before becoming the station's 10:00PM anchor. who had nowhere else to turn, Cavanaugh said in a statement. We not only helped give her a voice, but we were able to recoup her money. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while. Edwards began the investigative report segment In Your Corner in 1981, reporting on consumer advocacy issues, questionable business practices and government issues, and did the segment until a few months prior his death. An unknown error has occurred. “Thank you so much Scott,” she said. Brad did it with humility, humor, and guts. Sound Check: Oklahoma radio station plays music others won’t, First Episode now available: The Story: New podcast features a deeper dive into topics impacting Oklahomans, Sound Check: New KFOR Podcast launches with a focus on Oklahoma musicians, LISTEN: Meteorologists tell-all, what it is like behind the scenes when deadly weather threatens those you love. of quality journalism who was truly in everyone's corner. THE JOURNAL RECORD, Newspaper article "I think it’s pretty much inexcusable.". AND, OR, NOT, “ ”, ( ), We use cookies to deliver a better user experience and to show you ads based on your interests. Edwards, who was 58, suffered a brain aneurysm last Tuesday. Clark pleaded guilty to 18 charges early this year, accused of embezzlement, assault and battery and burglary. Brad Edwards (December 31, 1947 in Indiana, Pennsylvania – May 16, 2006 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), was a news reporter for television station KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Who formally declares the winner of the US presidential election? Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson created the Brad Edwards Consumer Champion Award to honor those who fight for consumer rights. Brad was truly a great man in every sense of the word. of people throughout Oklahoma. Trump in Ohio, President Trump, Joe Biden campaign in Minnesota as early voting begins, Ex-Pence adviser says Trump bungled virus; she’s for Biden, Ahead of election, US judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail. Sarah Edwards was born on October 11, 1881 in Glyn Train, Denbighshire, South Wales, UK. "I got in my car, pulled forward and BOOM – the yellow paint was everywhere.". Edwards, who was 58, suffered a brain aneurysm last Tuesday. Protesters march peacefully in downtown OKC after grand jury decision not to charge officers with the killing of Breonna Taylor, More than 17,000 people missing LWA payments from OESC, Kentucky governor calls for release of Breonna Taylor evidence, With only one tip, KCPD urging community to speak up about shooting that killed 1-year-old.