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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
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    Historic house gets made over into brewery/food truck park

    EDMOND, Okla. – The Patriarch is right off of the busy intersection of Broadway and Edwards in downtown Edmond. It’s a piece of history resurrected for the millennium. “So this was the original sitting room in the house. So this is a room we want to be the center focus of the house,” co-owner Bryce Thompson said. Most people know it as the Hunt house. The 2,100 square foot home was built in 1903 by the co-founder of the Citizens […]

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    Life-saving drug reverses the effects of prescription drug overdoses

    NORMAN, Okla. – It was a sudden death that stunned nearly every OU fan. Back in 2011, OU linebacker Austin Box died of an accidental drug overdose less than a week after his college graduation. Now, there’s a new plan of action that could possibly save lives in an overdose situation. Austin’s mother was with law enforcement officers Friday morning as they learned about the new program. “I know that it’s something that people hide because of the stigma. I […]

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    Oklahoma high school students invent football helmet to drastically reduce impact

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s an issue that has been in the public eye recently. “In my junior year, I got my fourth concussion. I was told by my neurologist that if I continued to play, I may not graduate high school, let alone college,” said Ethan Blagg, a senior at Francis Tuttle. After numerous players spoke out about brain injuries, the sport of football seemed to become a serious health risk. Blagg was a linebacker at his high school and […]

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    Meet October: An aspiring golfer looking for a permanent family

    If the children in DHS aren’t adopted, they will become adults without any long-term family connection. That’s why NewsChannel 4 wants to help these children. Shy? Not so much. “How would you describe October?” Reporter Lacey Lett asked. “Awesome,” October replied. October is a vivacious kid who loves the outdoors, especially when it comes to golf. “I can hit a golf ball 300 yards and I’m only a 10 year old,” October said. Even when he’s inside at his temporary […]

  • Family decks out storm shelter for comforting retreat

    OKLAHOMA CITY – This isn’t the dark and dingy refuge you’d expect to use during severe weather. “We had one little scare a few weeks ago, and it seemed kind of counter-intuitive for everything outside to be awful and scary and hail and rain and sirens going off and then I look at the girls and I say ‘okay girls now get into the dark scary hole,'” Melissa Scaramucci said. Festive lighting, appropriate reading material, and fun activities – all designed to keep […]

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    Local university honors Oklahoma spirit through play about Oklahoma City bombing

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro university is giving new life to the stories of the Oklahoma City bombing victims with a play. In all, 48 people were interviewed to determine what they were doing the moments before and after the blast on April 19, 1995. Oklahoma City University’s first lady, Jan Henry, is one of the many who have a personal connection to the bombing. Henry worked to help identify the victims. “You just wanted to do something and so […]

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    “I’m trying to look for a mother and a father in my family”, Oklahoma child looking for a place to call home

    Bobby has been in foster care for almost five years. He is just one of more than hundreds around the state who are hoping and praying to find a permanent family. He’s polite, caring, and a very happy kid. Bobby, like most 9-year-old boys, loves video games. “It’s like a little game that you’re like able to use with your DS,” Bobby said. “You’re able to use your Pokémon to throw him out and it will be able to have […]

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    “It’s really disgusting,” Vandals target Muslim mosque in possible hate crime

    EDMOND, Okla. – Before Sunday prayer service, raw bacon was discovered by a child at a local mosque. “I always felt safe here. I always felt it was a comfortable place to go,” Adam Soltani, CAIR executive director, said. On Sunday, vandals tossed bacon along the doorway of an Edmond mosque near the University of Central Oklahoma. “Someone would have to know that according to the Islamic faith, pork is not allowed for Muslims to eat, so it sends a […]

  • ACM@UCO Music Fest brings familiar faces to Bricktown

    OKLAHOMA CITY – There’s a lot going on in Bricktown tonight, a Thunder game, the Oklahoma City Dodgers are playing and there’s also a music festival. That festival brings more than 60 bands together to showcase the best in Oklahoma music. Mariah Gleason wants to make music her career, and she moved to Oklahoma City from Houston to do it. “It’s one of those cheesy cliché stories where my mom says ‘she was singing before she could talk,’” Gleason said. […]

  • Oklahoma’s State Capitol on the most “endangered” places list

    You might glance at them and then forget they were once a major part of the state’s history. Preservation Oklahoma wants to change that with their annual Most Endangered Historic Places List. “To inform Oklahomans about the critical importance of these buildings and what they can contribute to our unique past,” Executive Director of Preservation Oklahoma David Pettyjohn said. Architects, historians and preservationists came up with the list. Included are Epworth University Methodist Church in Oklahoma City, the Depression-era Bathhouses […]

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    A piece of Native American, Oklahoma history taken to vet clinic

    OKLAHOMA — A piece of Oklahoma history is seeing new life at, of all places, a veterinary clinic. “It appears that there has either been some damage to the lance itself at some point, or possibly when it was initially created it was composed of multiple pieces,” Joy Hardin with BluePearl Veterinary Partners Surgery Center said. This 140 year old weapon is like a spear and once belonged to Quanah Parker, the last chief of the Comanche tribe and a […]