Ali Meyer joined the Oklahoma’s News Channel 4 Team 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 traveled all over the country chasing the big stories for News Channel 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 of 2013 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 three 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 eleven 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 focused on her family. Ali and her husband, Zachary, have four daughters.


Recent Articles
  • Police investigating violent robbery beatdown

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Tuesday afternoon, the owner of a south side clothing store was beat up during a violent robbery. The cameras were rolling when three armed suspects pretend to shop before attacking the owner. The scuffle spilled outside, and the suspects took off. “We always encourage people to comply with the demands of somebody with a gun,” said Oklahoma City Police Master Sergeant Gary Knight. “Thankfully, the victim is okay.” Across 44th street, the owner of C and D Faucet […]

  • EXCLUSIVE: Daniel Holtzclaw’s family speaks out about conviction, appeal one year later

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One year ago, Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was convicted of abusing black women in northeast Oklahoma City. The verdict was a stunner. After six weeks of testimony and four days of deliberations, the jury came back with a split decision: 18 convictions, 18 acquittals. While they may have been torn on the verdicts, their rendering of justice came at breakneck speed – 263 years behind bars for Daniel. The sentence was a soapbox for civil […]

  • “It’s not even an emergency. It’s desperation,” Thunder owner leads movement to reform jail

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Leaders are teaming up to finally fix years of expensive issues at the Oklahoma County Jail. The jail was just one of the topics Wednesday, when the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce Criminal Justice Task Force released their recommendations. Oklahoma City Thunder majority owner Clay Bennett is leading the task force. “It’s not even an emergency. It’s desperation,” Bennett said. “The objective is to reform the system, fix the jail and, most importantly, take care of our […]

  • “It was a mad house,” Supermoon spawns baby boom in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s been about a month since the supermoon craze swept the planet. At one Oklahoma City area hospital, the supermoon brought on a ‘superbaby’ boom. In November, planet earth went loony for the lunar phenomenon. It was said to be especially super, because the moon won’t be this close to earth again until 2034. “Every labor and delivery nurse across America probably had the same thought I had, which was ‘Oh heavens, it’s going to be bad,'” said […]

  • Guess what happened during the supermoon?

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Do you remember gazing up into the night sky about a month ago? The whole planet carved out a little time to moongaze in late November. The November 14th supermoon was on of the biggest, brightest in history because of its proximity to Earth. Astronomers say it won’t be that close again until 2034. Meanwhile, in northwest Oklahoma City, the labor and delivery ward at Mercy Hospital was hopping. Turns out, the wives’ tales about a full […]

  • More metro police consider body cameras

    CHOCTAW, Okla. – Citizens in Norman will weigh in on a proposal to outfit their officers with body-worn cameras. A public forum is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday. Last week, Oklahoma City police finally decided to move forward with a plan to outfit the officers in their department after purchasing body cameras more than a year ago. In Choctaw, the department’s officers have worn body cameras for years. “I like the idea of being able to show exactly what the officer […]

  • “You killed my daughter,” Victims’ family addresses man who murdered pregnant Oklahoma woman, unborn baby

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Joseph Cyr, the man convicted of murdering a pregnant mother from Blanchard, will spend the rest of his life in prison. On Oct. 27, Cyr was convicted of murdering Jaymie Adams and her unborn child. Adams was reported missing on Dec. 9, 2011 and was found stabbed to death on Jan. 7, 2012. Oklahoma City police spelled out a twisted case of Craigslist sex sales in which Adams’ husband was involved in his own wife’s prostitution. The jury […]

  • Oklahoma victims still recovering 18 months after ‘500-year flood’

    OKLAHOMA – Do you remember the historic flooding of 2015? It’s been 18 months since the ‘500-year flood’ disaster ravaged parts of Oklahoma, and still hundreds of residents are trying to get fully recovered. The summer of 2015 was a deluge. “Places that had never been flooded in 500 years saw water at heights no living person could remember,” said Patrick Raglow, Executive Director of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. Flooding is a hidden disaster for many Oklahomans. Once […]

  • New national program helping families find owed life insurance money

    OKLAHOMA – The National Association of Insurance Commissioners has launched a brand new way to connect your family with insurance money that is owed to you. The NAIC Lost Life Policy Locator is similar to the program launched in Oklahoma in March of 2015. “I think one of the biggest problems we run into is they have a loved one pass away and they don’t even know they had a life insurance policy,” said Deputy Insurance Commissioner Buddy Combs. The […]

  • Oklahoma woman talks about excruciating decision to endure chemo while carrying unborn baby

    OKLAHOMA – Amanda Meyer has always been a fighter. That is part of the reason why she and her husband, Ryan, tried for three years to have a baby. Finally, on Easter Sunday 2015, they got the best news. “I was just sure I wasn’t pregnant,” Amanda remembered. “But, I took a test anyway, and it showed positive and I was like, oh my gosh, we’re finally pregnant.” And, then, a bombshell – terminal cancer. Not even medical experts foresaw […]

  • Pregnant with cancer: Woman talks about excruciating decision to endure chemo while carrying unborn baby

    OKLAHOMA CITY – If you have ever been pregnant or if you’ve ever lived with a pregnant woman, you know there’s a long list of do’s and don’ts for expectant mothers: soft cheese, lunch meat and even sushi. So, imagine being pregnant and wrestling with the choice to undergo chemotherapy for cancer treatment. Tuesday night at 10 p.m., NewsChannel 4’s Ali Meyer has the story of mothers who have faced down that very decision. Ryan and Amanda Meyer tried for three […]