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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 TheSpyfm.com 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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    New details involving alleged OCU student sex assault outside dorm

    UPDATED 10/1/2014 OKLAHOMA CITY – New information about the alleged sexual assault at Oklahoma City University recently. According to a report from the OCU Police Department, the victim is a 22-year-old female student. The student was walking home alone at 3 a.m. Sunday from an off campus house party to OCU  when the alleged assault happened outside Draper Hall, which is one of the dorms on campus. The victim told police the suspect asked her to buy some ‘weed’. When […]

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    Lawmaker wants “meth registry” to prevent future labs in metro neighborhoods

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma officials are working on a way to track meth offenders in your community. Lawmakers and drug agents want to create a meth registry to help Oklahomans know what is going on in their neighborhoods. “We want to have a system in place where the public can run their address and see where these people are, to see how close are meth offenders living in their neighborhood and potentially cooking meth in their neighborhood,” Mark Woodward, spokesman for the Oklahoma […]

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    Big changes coming popular Oklahoma City event

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Another downtown area is set to be transformed. As officials finish demolishing Stage Center, the area directly south of the landmark will also get a makeover. Officials are still deciding how they want to transform the space. “They’re interested in a mix use office, possibly residential. Everybody recognizes there’s going to be the need for quite a bit of structured parking,” said Cathy O’Conner, President of the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority. Since several non-profit organizations are […]

  • Found: Remington Park’s missing mascot, Grinch the cat, found safe

    Update: 9/19/2014 The search is over! Remington Park’s missing mascot has been found. A Good Samaritan found Grinch the cat near 36th and Classen last week. Officials say he was skinny and dehydrated, but safe. OKLAHOMA CITY – On the racetrack, the horses run the show. But workers say off the track, Grinch is king of the castle at Remington Park. “He’d sit up on the rail all morning, watching horses work or bugging us, laying in the middle of […]

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    Colorful corridor in the works for popular Oklahoma City district

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Seven businesses spanning northwest 37th to 56th street on Western Avenue will go from boring to bold over the next month with colorful art. Jerrod Smith is a business owner in the district and one of seven artists selected to create large murals, or installation pieces, for the two-mile public art gallery. It’s a collaboration to go alongside the redevelopment of Western Avenue District. “The entire corridor is getting new sidewalks and lighting,” Executive Director of Western Avenue […]

  • High-flying engineers reach new heights at the state capitol

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Engineers are strapped in 300 feet in the air surveying every inch of the state Capitol including the 12-year-old dome. The dome is the highest point the engineers will be dangling from. It is an important part of the 120 million dollar repairs planned to restore the crumbling Capitol. “The dome is like any other part of the building, and part of the reason that we have found ourselves in this situation where we require a major […]

  • New book chronicles the legendary coach Barry Switzer

    Most people know him as the legendary coach on the field, but that’s only half of the story. It’s behind the scenes putting the magic in Sooner magic. And it’s in the pages of ‘Switzer The Players’s Coach’ that chronicle the life of “the king,” a nickname that still embarrasses Barry Switzer. “I don’t like to be on stage. When I have to perform I perform. Some people like to be on the stage all of the time. I don’t […]

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    Hyundai makes large donation to local children’s hospital

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A car company is teaming up with a local hospital to help find a cure for leukemia. “When children die of cancer, they’ve been robbed of their entire lives,” said Dr. John Kimble Frazer, pediatric oncologist at OU Medical’s Children’s Hospital. 15-year-old Abigail Gamble was a typical high school student from Pauls Valley when she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. The blood cancer took over her entire body. “Then her heart rate started going nuts, and […]

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    Man travels across the country to shed light on hourly workforce

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Heath and Alyssa Padgett are traveling the country in an RV, but it’s not your typical road trip. Instead, they’re on a trek to find hourly jobs all across America. “I mean I’ve worked 18 jobs so far. Today is job number 19,” said Heath Padgett. Heath recently graduated from a Texas university and is traveling to all 50 states in seven months to shed light on the importance of hourly employees. “I’ve worked everything from a martial arts […]

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    “Dysfunctional family of disaster survivors” pay it forward to Bethel Acres

    BETHEL ACRES, Okla. – From an outside perspective, it just sounds like construction. However, for volunteers visiting Bethel Acres, it’s about building friendships. “Not seeing everyone for a year, just reuniting with everybody,” said Jimmy Sands, a retired New York firefighter.“I got to tell you it’s a dysfunctional family of disaster survivors.” ‘New York Says Thank You’ is an organization that was started in 2003 as a way to empower survivors recovering from their own tragedy through volunteer projects. “Last year, ‘New York Says […]

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    UPDATE: Edmond school district moving bus stop off busy street

    UPDATE 9/5/14: Officials with the Edmond Public School District say the bus stop near Broadway and Woodland will be moved to a location inside the neighborhood, away from the traffic on Broadway.   EDMOND, Okla. – There are quite a few busy streets around the metro, but residents in Edmond say one particular intersection has them concerned. Neighbors say they see large trucks driving 50 miles per hour near Broadway and Woodland. It is not only a busy street, but […]