Lacey Lett is a multimedia broadcaster with a background in print, radio, television, and advertising.

Lacey graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma Gaylord School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Lacey started her career in broadcasting in 2003 working at Clear Channel Radio in Oklahoma City. She also served as co-anchor and multimedia journalist 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. She’s also taught classes at Oklahoma City Community College and ACM@UCO.

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.

In 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.

That same year she was inducted into the Oklahoma City Community College Hall of Fame.

In 2015, KFOR received the “Champions for Children” award for Lacey’s work on the adoption series “A Place to Call Home.” She also won an Oklahoma Association of Broadcaster’s award for that same series in 2016.

In 2018 Lacey went to Washington, D.C. to received the “Adoption Excellence” award for her work on “A Place to Call Home.”

She lives in Oklahoma City with her husband Josh and dog Debbie Hairy.

Recent Articles
  • Moore police: Man wanted for murder after father found dead

    MOORE, Okla. – Authorities in Moore say a man made a gruesome discovery after a friend didn’t make it to church on Sunday morning. “A person went to a residence to check on a friend who did not show up for church. Found out that person was deceased. Once officers arrived, they determined it to be a homicide,” Sgt. Jeremy Lewis, with the Moore Police Department, said. Officials say 48-year-old Glenn Barber’s body was discovered inside his home this weekend. […]

  • Neighbor makes alleged death threats in Chickasha; family scared for their life

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – Brad Parr had a stroke two years ago that left him partially paralyzed on his left side; now he is dealing with another frightening situation: a death threat from the man who lives right next door. “I`m a walking miracle and this guy here is trying to kill me now,” Bradley Parr said. Parr says his neighbor James Edward Wilson keeps making threats to his family. We met in his church parking lot because he was too […]

  • Mayor David Holt discusses how MAPS 4 would be different

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The landscape of downtown Oklahoma City is much different today from 25 years ago. The 80s were hit with economic turmoil from failed banks, a depressed oil industry and businesses choosing to go to other cities. It’s the reason former Mayor Ron Norick led the charge for a tax incentivized program, a project we now know as MAPS. “We were trying to attract jobs. Trying to bring industry in and nobody wanted to come, and we figured […]

  • Sound Check: New KFOR Podcast launches with a focus on Oklahoma musicians

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Sound Check is where you will meet Oklahomans in the music industry. Meet songwriters, storytellers, as well as learn about popular venues and maybe some hidden treasures in the Sooner State. Hear how the artists get their inspiration. Episode 1: When American Idol returned after a short hiatus, Savannah Oklahoma native and goat farmer Trevor McBane auditioned. He ‘wowed’ Judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan and ended up making it in the top 24 spot. While […]

  • Mayors Behind MAPS: Past mayors reflect on the program that transformed downtown Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A program that has continued to transform Oklahoma City may soon be up for another vote. It all started with the campaign ‘Believe in our Future” in the early 1990s. That future is now the past, and these are the men reflecting on how it turned out. “We were trying to attract jobs. Trying to bring industry in and nobody wanted to come and we figured it out that it was really a quality of life issue,” […]

  • Mature teen featured a second time still searching for a permanent family

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One thing really stands out about Thomas; he’s a complete gentleman. He had the best manners and was always asking others what they needed, but he’s also very tenacious. Thomas is an active 15-year-old who loves basketball, baseball and soccer, and he doesn’t mind pushing the limits of his comfort zone. News 4 first met Thomas at Frontier City when he was just 11-years-old. “I love everyone in the world because they’re nice, just like my aunt […]

  • Massive home renovations leave pool in northwest OKC neighborhood “unsecured”

    OKLAHOMA CITY – “This is a nice neighborhood. A really nice neighborhood, but this is a pain,” Mark Connel said. Those living in Glen Briar Estates are concerned about an unsecured pool. “I don`t like the pool being open all of the time. I`ve got four kids running around here so you know it`s very dangerous,” Resident Nikki Worcester said. But homeowner Edward Harrill says there’s a lot more than meets the eye. “We took on a very aggressive remodel and […]

  • 17-year-old losing hope of being adopted before time runs out no longer available for adoption

    Editors Note: This story has been updated. Haven is not currently avaialble for adoption.  OKLAHOMA CITY – Walking through the halls of the Army National Guard is a dream come true for Haven. “I’m involved with Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, AKA JROTC,” Haven explained. This 17-year-old says he dreams of joining the military some day. “Being a part of something bigger than myself and to serve my country,” he said. As a group of service members gave Haven a […]

  • “I want to be loved, treated fairly and to be respected,” 14-year-old looking for a place to call home

    NORMAN, Okla. – 14-year-old Logan is an open book with a good sense of humor. He enjoys basketball and would love to play the sport. “Basketball, although I don’t play it, but I want to play it,” he said. He’d also love a career one day working with animals. “I want to be a veterinarian,” he told News 4. “Either that or be a park ranger.” Both he says will allow him to work with animals. It’s also one reason […]

  • Trooper wives make a blanket to go to every child in long-term foster care

    “We all just sat out there, and that’s how we got to know each other so well, is kind of have little tailgates and sit out there for hours,” said Nikki Kinsler co-founder of Oklahoma Trooper Spouses. Everyone can watch Kinsler’s husband in the line of duty on A&E show Live PD, but it’s not all entertainment for those at home. “We want to make sure we are establishing connections within different communities with different spouses before any tragedy arises,” […]

  • City council takes first step to change rules on designating historic sites

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a tug-of-war over historic preservation rules in Oklahoma City. The iconic First Christian Church highlights the issue. Rules that have been in place for 40 years could be changing thanks to the efforts of two city council members. “I want one voice to speak to say to the state court and the federal court. This is what we did and why we did it,” Ward 8 Councilman Mark K. Stonecipher said. An item on the city […]

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