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Lacey Lett is a multimedia broadcaster with 11 years of experience in print, radio, television, and advertising. She recently moved back to OKC from Tulsa where she worked as a lifestyle anchor in Tulsa.

Lacey graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma Gaylord School of Journalism and Mass Communications in 2006 following a associate degree in Broadcasting from OCCC.

Lacey worked at Clear Channel Radio in Oklahoma City in 2003 as well as co-anchor for OklaTravelNet before moving to New York City to work for Vh1 and Mtv in 2008. She later worked as an on-air personality for and host of “7 in Seven” for Ackerman McQueen Advertising in Oklahoma City.

Lacey’s honors include being selected as a Forty under 40 recipient in 2011 as well as a 30/30 NexGen recipient the same year. She was selected by the Senate to help choose the official Oklahoma Rock Song in 2008. In May of 2013, Lacey was selected by the University of Oklahoma to visit Bangladesh with a group of six Oklahoma colleagues through a media professional exchange program by the U.S. Department of State. In 2013, she was inducted into the Oklahoma City Community College Hall of Fame.

Life Goal – To be the female version of Steve Jobs. (yeah right!)
Favorite TV Show – New Girl. The quirkiest show on television, and I heart Schmidt.
Favorite Car – Jaguar F-type (is that specific enough?)
Happiest moment in my life was…seeing Sir Paul McCartney live in at the concert.
4 notable persons you’d invite to dinner – Bill Murray (it would be the weirdest yet most awesome experience ever), Oprah Winfrey (a conversation about being such a selfless humanitarian), George Harrison (he was such a spiritual person with no limits), Jesus Christ.
Favorite food – sushi and chocolate. (Not together)
Pet – I consider my sister’s pets my own sooo…Valkyrie, a white boxer, Miles, half Corgi/half silky terrier, Emily, a little black kitty
Knew you wanted to be a reporter when … I was at Southeast High School reading school announcements on a television broadcast around the school.
Best movie of all time – Almost Famous
Hardest part of my job – Seeing the impact tragedies have on families and the community.
Favorite holiday – New Year’s! You have a whole new year ahead of you. It’s a fresh start.
School fight song – Boomer Sooner
My favorite story of all time – I’m sure it’s still to come. I would say hosting the centennial celebration in Guthrie was a priceless experience!
People are surprised when I tell them… my dad was a full-time touring musician (He played George in a Beatles tribute band)
I like to listen to… Indie music and local music.
Favorite Book – Malcolm Gladwell books (What the Dog Saw, Blink, Tipping Point)
I’d jump at the chance to… travel the world.
Best part of the day – Sunset. Oklahoma has some of the best sunsets. Such a romantic time of day.
Favorite place to be other than home & work – a good local concert.

Recent Articles
  • “I want to cook for my mom and dad,” Kind teenager looking for an adoptive family

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Cooper has been through a lot in his young life, but he keeps a cheerful spirit and kind heart through it all. This 14-year-old loves music, especially everything that is on the radio. Although he’s just in the seventh grade, he is already thinking about his future career. “I want to be a police officer,” he said. For now, Cooper would love a place to call home with lots of farm animals. “I do. I like cats, […]

  • Police investigating after Edmond student beaten in high school restroom

    EDMOND, Okla. – Police in Edmond are investigating after a student says he was attacked inside the boy’s restroom at his high school. Officials say the incident happened on Oct. 4 inside the restroom at Edmond Memorial High School. Investigators say the victim was punched several times without fighting back, and now his parents are pressing charges. “One of the students with special needs was being repeatedly punched in one of the bathrooms that day,” Jennifer Wagnon, with the Edmond […]

  • Oklahoma City University responds to allegations of racial profiling by campus police

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Broderick McQuarters said he had been asleep for hours when he heard a loud noise at his room. “Opened the door, and the first thing I hear is ‘Get up!’ Yelling, like a loud voice telling me to get up, and I jumped. I was confused,” McQuarters said. Around 2 a.m., McQuarters said police with Oklahoma City University came to his dorm room to question him about a broken parking garage sensor. Campus police told him they […]

  • Braum’s withdraws request to rezone controversial Classen Circle property

    OKLAHOMA CITY – People fighting the rezoning of an area near Penn Square Mall learned Friday that Braum’s has withdrawn its request. The fast food restaurant wanted to build a new location at the site of the Donnay Building. A parking lot would’ve occupied the space where the well-known Hilo Club, Classen Grill and others now stand. The City confirmed the withdrawal with both OKC Talk and News 4. The future of the Donnay Building remains a mystery, but some […]

  • “You are required to stop,” Officers take on reckless drivers at Oklahoma railroad crossings

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A casual Thursday morning commute took an expensive turn for Oklahoma some drivers. “I crossed a railroad crossing when the lights were still flashing red,” said Phil Sens after getting a citation. Dozens of drivers who were not following the law were stopped by officers in an attempt to promote safety at railroad crossings. “After the lights go flashing, that then becomes an active crossing so, at that particular point, you’re not allowed to cross over,” said […]

  • New feature sends you a snapshot of your mail before it arrives

    OKLAHOMA CITY – On average, three million pieces of mail get processed each day at Oklahoma’s post offices. That doesn’t even include packages and large envelopes. Some of the items could be bills, checks or other sensitive information. “Sometimes, I come to the post office wondering if this important check has arrived,” said Brooke Plumlee, a small business owner. The United States Postal Service released a new feature making it easier for people like the small business owner to see what […]

  • Spirited 7-year-old boy hoping to impress future family with origami skills

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A sweet 7-year-old boy is hoping that his talents will catch the eye of a future family. Like most 7-year-olds, Jullien has a lot of energy. He loves pizza, the outdoors and bouncing on the trampoline. Although he is bursting with energy, he is also able to sit down for one of his favorite pastimes- origami. “Well today, I’m going to make a paper boat,” he said. He asked our KFOR crew to be quiet so he […]

  • Edmond high school student speaks to school board at meeting about being bullied

    EDMOND, Okla. – An Edmond student spoke in front of the school board Monday night saying he’s had enough with how the district handled a recent incident at school where he said he was bullied. “I’ve been raised to where that kind of stuff doesn’t bother me like it does some other kids, but I know other kids might not take it the same way as other kids,” said Drew O’Daniel, an Edmond Memorial student. It started with an inappropriate […]

  • Missing Oklahoma soldier found 50 years after chopper shot down in Vietnam War

    OKLAHOMA – It was a war that killed more than three million people, including more than 58,000 Americans. One of those was Donald J. Hall, a Stroud native. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1955 and became a helicopter flight engineer with a dream to serve the country. “That’s what he always wanted to do,” Louise Morgan, Hall’s sister said. He was eventually sent to the Vietnam War. He would never see his family again. After an air rescue […]

  • Man arrested after pointing gun at children on playground at Oklahoma City elementary school 

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A witness saw an SUV driving on 45th street with a passenger pointing a gun at the playground – all while children were outside. A DHS worker visiting Horace Mann Elementary spotted the suspect just south of the school. “Called 911 immediately, but actually followed the individuals,” said Tim Coleman, security director for Oklahoma City Public Schools. Luckily, an Oklahoma City police officer was in the area. “He immediately spotted the vehicle, pulled the vehicle over and was […]

  • Tiger cub continues to grow with ‘adopted’ family at Oklahoma City Zoo

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  Following a successful ‘adoption’ of a rare tiger cub,  we got a rare glimpse of the tigers as they continue to grow. Officials say Zoya, a female Amur tiger cub, was born on July 10 at the Philadephia Zoo. However, she was rejected by her mother and caregivers knew they had to find her an opportunity to grow up with other tigers. As a result, the Oklahoma City Zoo offered to attempt to integrate Zoya with a litter […]