Jennifer Loren is an Emmy award-winning journalist from Tulsa. She anchors the News On 6 at 9:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, on Tulsa CW and is a member of the 6 Investigates Team. The in-depth reports can be seen on all News On 6 broadcasts and sometimes on News 9 in Oklahoma City. Longer and even more in-depth versions of Jennifer's stories appear on the station's website; NewsOn6.com.
Jennifer is a Tulsa native. As a member of the Cherokee nation she has deep roots in Northeastern Oklahoma. She is a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School and the University of Oklahoma's Gaylord College of Journalism. Since she began her career in news she has lived in several parts of the country including Abilene, Texas, and Redding, California. Jennifer joined News On 6 in 2006 and is delighted to be home. She and her husband have two daughters and, as a family, enjoy spending time on Grand Lake.
Jennifer won a 2011 Heartland Regional Emmy for her in-depth government and political reporting and the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters first place award for investigative reporting in 2011 and 2007. Her coverage of Bokoshe, Oklahoma's fight against a coal combustion waste pit won Jennifer a 2nd place award from The Society of Environmental Journalists, a national organization. Her reporting also won the investigative unit The Carter Bradley First Amendment Award from the Society of Professional Journalists, Oklahoma Chapter, in 2010. Jennifer also won a Texas AP award for reporting in 2002.
If there is a topic that you'd like investigated please contact Jennifer. She is eager to get to the bottom of issues that are important to News on 6 viewers.