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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
  • Holtzclaw request for more documents denied

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has denied Daniel Holtzclaw’s latest motion to unseal secret documents in his ongoing appeal. Those sealed documents were the focus of a court ruling on Monday when the court ruled in Holtzclaw’s favor that some of the documents should be handed over to the Holtzclaw defense team. However, as part of that ruling, the court decided some of the documents would stay under seal. The court ruled those records which are Oklahoma […]

  • Judges order secret documents unsealed in Holtzclaw appeals case

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has ordered secret documents unsealed in the ongoing appeals case of a former Oklahoma City police officer, convicted of raping and sexually assaulting women while on his beat. Daniel K. Holtzclaw, 31, was sentenced in 2016 to 263 years in prison for preying on women. Holtzclaw appealed the conviction in February of last year. The appeal, itself, has not yet reached the court. Of the arguments in the appeal, Holtclaw alleges […]

  • Oklahoma defendant in fake cancer case arrested again

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Edmond man accused of faking his own cancer to score tens of thousands of dollars in donations from church members is in trouble with the law again. Last year, Alodis Reynolds, 51, was arrested and charged with several felony crimes in connection with accusations of faking his own cancer in order to scam donations from church members. In April 2017, detectives arrested Reynolds after a months-long investigation revealed he didn’t have cancer. In fact, he’d never had […]

  • Metro schools have built 99 tornado safe rooms since 2013. Does your child’s school have a shelter?

    MOORE, Okla. – It has been five years since the Moore tornado, the day the conversation about school safety changed dramatically. Before May 20, 2013, many Oklahomans thought tornadoes would never hit during school hours. Many families thought their kids would be safe in their school building. The shock of that day pummeled Oklahoma parents like debris from the EF-5. Seven 3rd graders died in their school. It was a first for us; a heart-stopping wake-up call. In the wake […]

  • “You wake up and it feels like it was just yesterday,” Tornado victim remembers May 20, 2013

    MOORE, Okla. – For many Oklahomans, it’s hard to believe it has been five years since the deadly Moore tornado on May 20. For others, like E.H. Pittman, it’s been five years of surgeries, rehabilitation, nightmares and pain. Pittman was one of the most severely injured survivors in the EF-5 tornado that swept through Moore on May 20, 2013. He was in the 7-Eleven on S.W. 4th and Telephone Road where three people died. News 4 first met Pittman in the summer […]

  • “I lived when others didn’t,” Moore tornado survivor still healing after 5 years

    MOORE, Okla. – Sunday is May 20. That was a dark day in Oklahoma. Twenty four people lost their lives in the Moore tornado. One-hundred fifty people were hospitalized with injuries. Edith Morales suffered the most serious injuries of all the survivors who were hurt that day. She took cover inside the 7-11 at 4th and Telephone Road. We now know storm data shows the tornado actually made a loop on top of the 7-11 that afternoon, which explains why […]

  • “It’s only God and no one else,” Newcastle teen defies odds

    NEWCASTLE, Okla. – Caleb and Clayton Freeman were on their way on December 19 to a University of Oklahoma basketball game when Caleb’s pick-up spun out of control on I-35 near Riverwind Casino. Alex Stout was behind the wheel of his big rig hauling a full load, full speed when Caleb’s truck stopped directly in front of his semi. “Once his vehicle lost control, it spun out and came directly in front of my lane,” Stout said. “I knew I […]

  • Why didn’t the lottery save education in Oklahoma?

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma voters took a gamble on the lottery in 2004. The measured creating a statewide lottery passed overwhelmingly by a vote of the people under Governor Brad Henry. 14 years later, crippled by an education funding crisis and teacher walkout, many Oklahomans are are asking: What happened to the lottery money? Why didn’t the lottery fix our problem with education funding? The Oklahoma Lottery Commission has been defending the contribution of Education Trust Fund for more than […]

  • “It is not okay to abuse old people,” Oklahoma detective speaks out about mother’s death

    Warning: This video contains images that may be disturbing to some viewers.  NORMAN, Okla. – An Oklahoma veterans’ advocate died last year in a rehabilitation center, and now her family is speaking out about what they call neglect and abuse. Edwina Luker was a tireless advocate for veterans. “I am who I am today because of her,” said Retired U.S. Army veteran Ed Pulido. Luker was a veterans administration social worker who dedicated 38 years to serving those who served our […]

  • “We thought it was a steal,” Family of seven duped into buying stolen car

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police are on the lookout for a one-man crime spree accused of shoplifting, carjacking and selling off a stolen car to a family of seven. Jason Anderson and his fiance, Amy Stacey, had been searching for a new family car for months. “We’re lucky to have a car,” Anderson said. “But we’d like one that doesn’t die on you all the time. It’s not just annoying. It’s dangerous.” They finally found a deal on a Dodge Durango […]

  • Family of man who was shot by bail bond agent speaks for the first time after trial

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The family of the man who was shot and killed by his bail bondsman is speaking out for the first time in an exclusive interview with News 4’s Ali Meyer. Last August, Brandon Williams was facing charges for drugs and second-degree burglary. Williams hired Chasity Carey to post his bond. Carey later shot and killed him in her office and was then was found not guilty of murder by a jury in Payne County. On August 9th, […]