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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
  • ‘It’s okay not to be okay,’ First responders experience emotional trauma during natural disasters too

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The May tornadoes of 2013 are an experience we wish we could forget, but experiencing devastation like that leaves you no choice, but to remember. “It’s okay not to be okay,” Dr. Ray Shelton, Fellow and Director of Professional Development for the National Center for Crisis Management said. It’s a simple but strong message to our police officers, paramedics and firefighters who are on the frontlines of a natural disaster. “We deal with controlling the injuries, transporting […]

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    Proposed bill hopes to detect dyslexia in students earlier

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Michelle Keiper couldn’t figure out why her son was struggling to learn how to spell. “I started to notice his spelling. We could study. We would get the spelling words on Friday. We could study all weekend and sometimes he would be able to pass the test, and sometimes he wouldn’t,” Michelle Keiper, a teacher and parent of a dyslexic son. It wasn’t until Keiper did her own research that she discovered her son, Sam, is dyslexic. “My son […]

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    Bill working to stop smokers from lighting up in a vehicle with children present

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Smokers could have one less place to light up if Senate Bill 747 is passed. Under the bill, it would be “unlawful for a person to smoke in a motor vehicle, whether in motion or at rest, if a person under 18 is present in the motor vehicle.” Some smokers we spoke to agreed to the proposed law. “I don’t think it’s a good idea to smoke in cars with children and this would just ensure that that […]

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    Oklahoma City approves $1.5 million for renovations to Bricktown

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Just after the 1889 land run, Bricktown became a place that kept Oklahoma City going. “It started as an industrial warehouse district to serve the city,” said AJ Kirkpatrick, with Downtown OKC, Inc. In 1993, Maps 1 helped transform Bricktown with a water canal, baseball stadium and arena. “That really cemented the future of Bricktown and got people believing that it could be more than a couple of restaurants,” Kirkpatrick said. Now, it has dozens of destinations […]

  • Oklahoma City turning to “quiet zones” to solve annoying downtown disturbance

    OKLAHOMA CITY – When a train crosses through an intersection, you’ll often hear the conductor honk the horn. It’s an easy way to make sure drivers are paying attention and stay safe around the railroad tracks. However, the blaring horns are doing more than just that. “I don’t know how many come by in a 24-hour period. If I was a guessing man, I’d say 25 to 50,” said Ferris O’Brien, owner of The Spy radio station and downtown resident. […]

  • State officials bracing for layoffs by oil and gas industry

    OKLAHOMA CITY – There’s no doubt Oklahoma relies on the oil and gas industry to bring money to the state. With the recent low gas prices,  several agencies are bracing for layoffs. Daniel Graham knows firsthand what it’s like to lose a job from one of the energy industry giants. “It was no secret that there were going to be layoffs. We didn’t know who, but you prepare for that. You hope for the best and prepare for the worst,” […]

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    UPDATE: Woman arrested after allegedly stealing from elderly residents in independent living center

    UPDATE: Authorities say Christie Twedell went to the police department on Thursday with her attorney. After detectives questioned Twedell about the thefts from the Edmond Mansions, she was arrested for first-degree burglary. OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say thousands of dollars worth of jewelry was stolen from Edmond Mansions Independent Living Center last Friday afternoon. “They were treasures,” said Jean Marie Mappes, a resident of the center. “I had them for a long, long time. It’s just part of my enjoyment.” Authorities […]

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    New recycling stations coming to downtown to shrink carbon footprint

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Recycling stations across the metro are getting a makeover. The ‘Big belly recycling stations’ use a solar-powered compactor to allow the station to hold up to five times more trash than a typical can of the same size. “The sun powers the mechanism, that uses a sensor, that lets it know how full the trash can is,” T.O. Bowman, with the City  of Oklahoma City, said. Once the station is full, an email will be sent to […]

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    Donut chain honors Oklahoma employee for 45 years of service

    OKLAHOMA CITY – When customers walk into Dunkin Donuts,  they are greeted by a familiar face. “We had a donut shop across the street from us when I was a kid, and I always said I was going to work there,” said Pam Gibson. Decades later, Pam Gibson is living her dream one sweet treat at a time. “Right here, it used to be a counter where people would sit on stools and it was horseshoe-shaped,” she said. For the […]

  • Tinker Air Force Base gains over 100 acres of land

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – On Wednesday, Tinker Air Force Base announced that it will receive 158 acres of land, some of which will be used as a maintenance facility. The facility will mainly be used by the KC-46A refueling aircraft. The acquisition is worth about $44 million. The land includes a former Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co. rail yard and a former General Motors plant. See a mistake? Report a typo here.

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    Yukon singer auditioning for ‘The Voice’ says it’s never too late to fulfill a dream

    YUKON, Okla. – An Oklahoma singer-songwriter wants to prove you can fulfill your dreams no matter your age. “I’m anxious to let the world see who I am, and see what I sound like, and hope they accept me,” Brice Davis said. Davis is headed to Atlanta next week for a private audition on “The Voice.” His passion for music began after watching Elvis Presley perform on television. “As soon as I saw him come out, and everybody applauded for […]