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.

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    Contractors working around the clock to reopen I-35 after rock slide

    MURRAY COUNTY, Okla. – Oklahoma Department of Transportation says I-35 is still closed just south of US-77/Turner Falls after a rock slide caused by heavy rain on Thursday. Officials are still looking for a way to stabilize the area, but their focus is to reopen the northbound lanes of I-35 as soon as possible. Construction of a crossover that will move northbound traffic onto one southbound lane and then back over to the northbound lanes has already started and is expected […]

  • Famous bridge washes out in flood

    MANNSVILLE, Okla. — The Norton bridge used to straddle the Washita River, a few miles north of Mannsville, Oklahoma in Johnston County. Mannsville is about halfway between Ardmore and Tishomingo. The bridge was decades old, with a wooden bottom; it sat on the state’s to-do list for years. Once the host of a Hollywood movie shootout, the Norton has a long rich history. “They had the famous Babyface Nelson shootout over there on the road before you get there,” John […]

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    Parole paperwork leads police to suspect nicknamed “Dollar Bill”

    NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. — Nichols Hills Police are on the look-out for a suspect they say stole a car and then ran from police. Detectives got a head start on this investigation because of a key piece of evidence the suspect left behind. Nichols Hills Police first tried to pull over a suspect driver in a stolen white Jeep Grand Cherokee on June 10 around 7 p.m. The officer’s dash camera was rolling as the suspect driver starts to slow down, […]

  • Kent Ogle wins state high jump competition

    SULPHUR, Okla. — Morning news anchor, Kent Ogle, the 55-year-old middle brother of the Ogle family news dynasty, won a high jump competition over the weekend. Ogle performed several successful jumps and scored the gold medal when he hit 4 feet 4 inches. He competed in the 55+ age bracket of the State Games of Oklahoma in Sulphur, Oklahoma. The Games feature more than 14 different events and are held at multiple venues throughout the summer. The track and field portion […]

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    Lug nuts and donuts: Police and mechanics team up to help kid’s field trip

    GUTHRIE, Okla. — It’s a small town caper involving the wheel of a church van, three missing lug nuts, two boxes of donuts and a happy ending for almost everyone involved. Tuesday morning, thieves stole several cars from Short’s Service Center in downtown Guthrie. “I guess we were the first victim,” said BD Short, of Short’s Service Center. The carjackers apparently got a flat tire and stole a wheel from the day care van at First Christian Church Guthrie. “Who steals a car […]

  • Oklahoma Police Chief: “If they can score easy money, they’ll come back”

    NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. — Summertime heat usually means an uptick in property crimes. Nichols Hills seems to be following the trend this year; in recent weeks, there have been more than a dozen car burglaries. Thieves are targeting wealthy residents who park outside and leave valuables in their cars. “When you leave your car unlocked, and you leave your Louis Vuitton purse and all your credit cards and driver’s license, it causes some issues,” said Nichols Hills Police Chief Richard […]

  • “We know body cams are coming” Police talk transparency & public perception

    OKLAHOMA CITY — As a number of violent police incidents around the country spark outrage, the Oklahoma City Fraternal Order of Police talks about police force and public perception. “There is not an officer who goes to work hoping to unholster his or her gun,” said Mark Nelson, FOP Lodge 123 Vice President. “That’s a last resort. We are trained very professionally, and we are very passionate about what we do. But, we would hope that every situation would resolve […]

  • EXCLUSIVE: Insanity in Oklahoma

    NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. — Six years ago, a wealthy doctor bludgeoned his young son to death during a fit of psychosis. It happened in Nichols Hills, a wealthy suburb of Oklahoma City, in the $500,000 home of Dr. Stephen Wolf. The first 911 call came in to the neighbor’s house, where Mary Wolf ran for help. It was a week before Thanksgiving Day, November 16, 2009. During the second 911 call, you can hear Sergeant Michael Puckett tell Dr. Wolf to put […]

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    EXCLUSIVE: Inside the Oklahoma hospital for the insane

    VINITA, Okla. — The vast majority of Oklahomans with mental illness will never commit a crime. However, those who do often end up being the most bizarre, horrific type of criminal. The Oklahoma Forensic Center houses 200 patients who are either seeking treatment for competency, or found “not guilty by reason of insanity” (NGRI). For nearly a century, Oklahoma’s insane spent their days and nights behind barbed wire at Eastern Oklahoma Hospital for the Insane. The property is now deserted […]

  • “He’s got the devil inside him. I’ve got to get it out,” Exclusive look inside insanity in Oklahoma

    NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. — The 911 call to Nichols Hills Police was frantic and confusing on the morning of November 16, 2009. As Nichols Hills Sergeant Michael Puckett entered the house of Dr. Stephen Wolf, he interrupted a deadly knife attack. “My son is dead. My son is dead,” Dr. Wolf’s wife, Mary Wolf, can be heard screaming to the 911 operator. “Send an ambulance, hurry!” Nine-year-old Tommy Wolf had been asleep in his bed before his father started stabbing […]

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    Oklahoma veterans diverted from prison with therapy, treatment

    OKLAHOMA CITY —  There are more than 330,000 veterans in Oklahoma. Transition back to civilian life is a difficult one for a number of veterans each year. There is an alternative for vets who find themselves on the wrong side of the law. E4 Specialist Todd Steffens did a nine month tour in Afghanistan. He came back with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), addicted to meth, and eventually earned a 72-day ‘tour’ in the Canadian County Jail. The charge: drugs. “He […]