Ali Meyer joined News 4 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 travelled all over the country chasing the big stories for News 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 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 four 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 more than a dozen 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 is focused on her family. Ali and her husband, Zachary, have four daughters.


Recent Articles
  • Oklahoma middle school students surprise classmate fighting rare disease

    EDMOND, Okla. – Oklahoma middle school students transformed their school into Hogwarts Castle to help a classmate fighting a rare illness. Seventh-grader Teague Niebrugge had a dream to go to Harry Potter World in Orlando, Florida. For Halloween, he dressed up as his favorite character, Harry Potter. “He is obsessed with [Harry Potter],” said Deer Creek Middle School service-learner, Makenzie Robert. “He’s always trying to teach us about it.” Teague is blind. He lost his vision at 5 years old. However, […]

  • Oklahoma Teen’s journey following horrific car crash and the faith that guided his way

    NEWCASTLE, Okla.- Caleb Freeman and his brother Clayton wanted to go to a basketball game instead, they were in a horrific car crash in late 2017. Caleb was severely injured and he barely survived. He was paralyzed and in a coma for weeks after being rushed to the hospital. “God’s just been guiding our steps the whole way,” said Caleb’s father, Jeremy Freeman. Freeman launched the Facebook Page “Pray for Caleb” so fellow Christians could pray for his son. Their […]

  • Two bosom buddies fight cancer together

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One in seven women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. The most common, most survivable kind of breast cancer is most often diagnosed in women in their sixties. Last November, Billie Minney went in for her yearly screening mammogram. Doctors picked up on a small cluster of suspicious cells. Minney was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. She was shocked and scared. Minney found comfort in family and friends. “It’s just that deep, abiding friendship that […]

  • Concerned about Oklahoma veterans? You’re invited to the Governor’s Vets Symposium

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs is once again organizing the Governor’s Veterans Symposium. This is the third annual symposium. It will be 8am to 3:30pm Monday, October 22nd at UCO’s Nigh Center in Edmond. In year’s past, the event was invitation-only. This year the public is invited and encouraged to attend. The Symposium will address best practices, resources and services for veterans and their families in mental health, employment, education and the community. The Department of […]

  • Edmond man pleads guilty in fake cancer scheme

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Edmond man who was charged in an elaborate fake cancer scheme has pleaded guilty and paid restitution to his victims. Al Reynolds was arrested and charged in April of 2017. Detectives with the Oklahoma City Police Department white collar crimes division spent months investigating Reynolds for preying on the sympathy of church members and raising tens of thousands of dollars for cancer he didn’t have. Reynolds said he had suffered from several bouts of Leukemia. He’s […]

  • “God has been guiding our steps the whole way,” Caleb Freeman is back in high school

    NEWCASTLE, Okla. – Caleb Freeman continues on a miraculous road to recovery supported by the faithful prayers of people around the world. Caleb and his brother Clayton Freeman were in a serious wreck last Christmas. Caleb was crushed by a semi, torn from his life as a star athlete and trapped in a body that did not work. Caleb barely survived. He was left paralyzed and comatose for weeks. His brain had been rattled around in his skull until Caleb was […]

  • “Everything just came unraveled” The Dentist’s Wife speaks out

    TULSA, Okla. – They called him a monster; a wealthy Tulsa dentist the state labeled a “master manipulator” when they charged him with the first degree murder of a young child. Dr. Bert Franklin was entangled in a love affair with a patient, snared by a clip of home surveillance footage. The evidence against him included a video clip they called a smoking gun; evidence of abuse. “He is innocent of these charges,” said Dr. Franklin’s defense attorney Scott Adams. […]

  • “He’s the best teacher around,” Deer Creek High School teacher awarded for dedication to students with special needs

    EDMOND, Okla. – A lot of kids find their way in high school. But, for the kids in Mr. McMillan’s class, the path can be a complicated road. “He has such a vision for these special needs kids that, when they leave high school, they have a plan,” said Beth Gonzales whose daughter, Sydney, is a sophomore at Deer Creek High School. McMillan and his team teach their kids to cook a meal, change a tire, find a job, figure out when […]

  • More Oklahoma families opt out of immunizations, citing parent choice

    OKLAHOMA CITY – According to the Centers for Disease Control, childhood vaccines are the best way to prevent a number of debilitating, potentially deadly diseases. In the U.S., the vast majority of parents immunize their children for protection from more than a dozen vaccine-preventable diseases. But, in Oklahoma, parents have a choice. A growing number of parents are choosing to skip the shots. For almost all Oklahoma kindergarteners, back-to-school season includes making sure your child’s immunization schedule is up to […]

  • Thankful 4 Teachers: Del City High School’s Kristy Cooper

    DEL CITY, Okla. – We are excited to roll out a brand new program at News 4. It’s a partnership between the station and Air Comfort Solutions. All summer, we asked you to nominate Oklahoma teachers worthy of a $5,000 cash prize. For months, nominations poured in from around the state. News 4’s Ali Meyer kicks off our coverage in Del City with our inaugural winner. Mrs. Kristy Cooper is a math teacher; she also runs the leadership program. She’s […]

  • WKY-TV news reel footage documents lunch counter protests – 60 years ago

    OKLAHOMA CITY – This week marks an important milestone in the Oklahoma civil rights movement. It has been 60 years since the first lunch counter sit-in in Oklahoma City. In 1958, change was sweeping down the plains. The young, black Oklahomans of the NAACP Youth Council emerged at the forefront of the civil rights movement, organized by visionaries, Roscoe Dunjee and Clara Luper. “(They were) taking Martin Luther King Junior’s philosophy of non-violent protest of pushing back gently against the […]