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Ali Meyer joined News 4 in July of 2000. She anchors the NewsChannel 4 Morning Show and files special reports for the 10 p.m. news.

Before joining KFOR-TV, Ali worked as a general assignment reporter at WTVH in Syracuse, New York. Ali graduated Cum Laude from the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.

Ali has travelled all over the country chasing the big stories for News 4. Ali was part of the team that covered the Timothy McVeigh execution in Terre Haute, Indiana. She spent ten days in Salt Lake City covering the Winter Olympic Games. Ali scoured the eastern half of Texas, following emergency crews as they collected pieces of debris from the Columbia Shuttle disaster.

Ali spent months after the deadly Moore tornado working on investigative news stories highlighting the lack of tornado saferooms in Oklahoma schools.

Through the years Ali has been honored for excellence in journalism. Ali won an Edward R. Murrow Award for documenting the survival of Moore tornado victim Edith Morales. Ali has earned four regional Emmy Awards for her investigative and long-form reporting work. She also earned a National News Emmy Award as part of the KFOR team coverage of the 2013 Moore Tornado. Ali has been nominated more than a dozen times for the prestigious regional Emmy award. Ali has also been awarded four national Gracie Awards for her reports on issues affecting women.

Ali has been honored by the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters, the Oklahoma Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, the Oklahoma Associated Press and the William Randolph Hearst Foundation for her journalistic integrity.

When Ali’s not chasing news stories, she is focused on her family. Ali and her husband, Zachary, have four daughters.

Recent Articles
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    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma voters took a gamble on the lottery in 2004. The measured creating a statewide lottery passed overwhelmingly by a vote of the people under Governor Brad Henry. 14 years later, crippled by an education funding crisis and teacher walkout, many Oklahomans are are asking: What happened to the lottery money? Why didn’t the lottery fix our problem with education funding? The Oklahoma Lottery Commission has been defending the contribution of Education Trust Fund for more than […]

  • “It is not okay to abuse old people,” Oklahoma detective speaks out about mother’s death

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  • “We thought it was a steal,” Family of seven duped into buying stolen car

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police are on the lookout for a one-man crime spree accused of shoplifting, carjacking and selling off a stolen car to a family of seven. Jason Anderson and his fiance, Amy Stacey, had been searching for a new family car for months. “We’re lucky to have a car,” Anderson said. “But we’d like one that doesn’t die on you all the time. It’s not just annoying. It’s dangerous.” They finally found a deal on a Dodge Durango […]

  • Family of man who was shot by bail bond agent speaks for the first time after trial

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The family of the man who was shot and killed by his bail bondsman is speaking out for the first time in an exclusive interview with News 4’s Ali Meyer. Last August, Brandon Williams was facing charges for drugs and second-degree burglary. Williams hired Chasity Carey to post his bond. Carey later shot and killed him in her office and was then was found not guilty of murder by a jury in Payne County. On August 9th, […]

  • “Every single child is a star. Every last one,” Special needs class takes stage in Peter Pan

    EDMOND, Okla. — Friday morning, the lights dimmed in the auditorium at Washington Irving, and the students settled in for a real treat. They went to Neverland for Miss Robin’s annual class production. This year, Robin Mills chose Peter Pan and an all-star cast. “I think everybody`s really excited. We’re pumped,” said teaching assistant Caitlin Mooney. “Ready to go. Best one yet!” Miss Robin isn’t a drama teacher. She’s actually the special education teacher at Edmond’s Washington Irving. Everyone in school […]

  • Accused fake-cancer mastermind back in court to repay victims

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The victims of an Edmond man’s fake-cancer scheme are one step closer to getting their money back. Oklahoma County District Judge Cindy Truong has ordered Lifetouch Inc. to release the retirement savings of defendant Al Reynolds. “Reynolds is working very hard to repay the victims of this crime,” said Reynold’s defense attorney Keegan Harroz. “He’s very remorseful. We just need Lifetouch to do the right thing and to follow the judge’s order and to release those funds to the court so that […]

  • Oklahoma moms fight for a cure for their sons’ rare condition

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Teams of researchers are working around the clock to find a cure for a group of closely-related genetic disorders which begin with a mutation of genetic code. The neuromuscular disorders are in the same family as Rett syndrome, which has been getting some national attention after NBC chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel went public with his son’s condition. NBC News featured Henry Engel in multiple news reports. Three Oklahoma families are fighting to raise awareness about a condition […]

  • “I wish every campaign could be like this,” School board election gives new meaning to clean race

    OKLAHOMA CITY — In an era of dirty politics, there is a new day on the horizon. There were some hotly contested races throughout the state on Tuesday, including the race for Deer Creek School Board. The Deer Creek School District sits in the northwest corner of the Oklahoma City metro area. Kelli Lay and Jerry Broughton were both actively seeking votes for the open seat, and each candidate spent weeks putting their signs across the district. Even though one candidate won […]

  • “We cannot trust the governor of the state of Oklahoma,” Elderly advocate fights years for public records

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A nursing home safety advocate is raising important concerns about a lack of transparency within the Oklahoma governor’s office. The Oklahoma Open Records Act is explicit: all communications within state agencies are open records. Barring any special exception, all email communication to, from and inside a state agency is open to the public. Wes Bledsoe is a tireless champion for the elderly in Oklahoma. For 18 years, he’s been an outspoken critic of state agencies, including the […]

  • “People are looking at me like I’m a freak,” Oklahoma DJ tears up about skin cancer scare

    OKLAHOMA CITY – TJ, Janet and Jrod are the most famous radio trio in the metro area. They have been entertaining morning drive listeners together on KJ103 for 15 years. But, Oklahoma City’s funny girl ended the year in an operating room last year after a scary cancer diagnosis. Janet found out a few months ago she had a basal cell carcinoma on her face. Because of her own battle with cancer, Janet now has a sobering message for her listeners: […]

  • Study sheds new light on oil and gas taxes in Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One in six Oklahomans is supported by the energy sector. So, many are watching the state capitol anxiously to see whether or not the legislature is going to increase taxes on oil and gas producers next legislative session. The industry is gearing up for a fight. They have heard some Oklahomans’ cries for higher taxes on the production of oil and gas, and they are coming to the table to suggest taxes stay put. Meanwhile, some Oklahoma […]