Lacey Lett, KFOR

Lacey Lett


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Lacey:

Original host signs off on adoption series and shares what she’s learned

Reporter Lacey Lett has helped so many Oklahoma children find A Place to Call Home during her time at KFOR, and as her time with Oklahoma’s News 4 comes to a close, she shares her experiences with the beautiful children in the OKDHS system on the journey to show how these children are just like any other child with big dreams of a loving family. → Read More

Local music venues get boost from City of OKC reimbursement program

The City of Oklahoma City has stepped in launching a $2 million reimbursement program for local music venues. → Read More

Nonprofit flipping home to raise money for new facility

Due the overwhelming demand, Kristy, Executive Director of Fostering Sweet Dreams, is raising money to build a new facility in a creative way. She just bought a house to flip, and sell again. → Read More

12-year-old looking for a home wants to be a foster parent when she grows up

This bookworm loves shopping too, especially when it comes to buying sneakers. And like most kids her age, she also likes to watch a little TV — including our own “place to call home” segments. → Read More

Local realtor sees “frenzy” over people wanting to buy a home as interest rates remain low

Earlier this month, an average 30 year fixed loan fell below 3% hitting its 8th record low this year. One loan officer News Four spoke to says you can get a 15-year-fixed loan for around 2.625%. Those low rates mean Oklahoma banks are seeing huge volumes of people refinancing as well. One KFOR employee locked in a 10 year fixed rate at 1.825%. → Read More

OKCPS hosts technology device pick up this week

As Oklahoma City Public Schools starts the school year virtually the district is handing out devices to all enrolled children. → Read More

Flix Brewhouse looking to hire 75-100 employees in the next two weeks

“We’re really wanting to get great candidates who love movies, who love craft beer,” General Manager Nick Toros said. → Read More

OKDHS receives 10,000 inquiries about adopting Jordan, the child who wishes to have a family

Jordan’s one wish is to have a family, and 10,000 people want to make that wish come true. → Read More

$2.5 million grant to help OU research geothermal energy

Soon a team from this geology lab will head to California to study geothermal wells in a volcanic field using money from the U.S. Department of Energy. → Read More

108-year-old home turns into boutique hotel, restaurant and bar

It’s a 14-room boutique hotel, bar and restaurant with items throughout the new design hearkening back to the former owners. → Read More

Woman says college didn’t take her seriously after she says she was sexually assaulted on campus

Savannah said she felt sick and needed some air so she went to see the horses because they always helped relax her, but she decided it was too cold and started walking back to her dorm when she believes someone knocked her unconscious. → Read More

“I hope one of ya’ll pick me,” 10-year-old boy desperately wants a place to call home

Jordan lives at a group home now but would love a sense of normalcy and the unconditional love of a parent. → Read More

Woman frustrated with handling of alleged sexual assault case on college campus

A late night walk on the campus has now led to months of fear and frustration. → Read More

Turnpike troubles: Local family says more safe guards are needed in their neighborhood

Neighbors are concerned about children's safety in neighborhoods located near a turnpike. → Read More

OMRF needs participants for Sjögren’s Syndrome study

OMRF is looking for participants in clinical trial for Sjogren's Syndrome → Read More

State Department of Health opens contact tracing call center

Oklahoma Department of Health employs more than 400 people for contact tracing call center in northwest Oklahoma City → Read More

Oklahoma woman gets beloved class ring back after 36 years

As students prepare to head back to class at Kingfisher High School, one alumna also came back to reclaim a long lost treasure. → Read More

Perkins family adopts sibling group of 5

It's a joyous day for five Oklahoma children as they wait for a judge to officially make them the Brandon family. → Read More

OSBI labs sees dramatic increase in rape kits after new law goes into effect

Officials with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation say they need more biologists after a dramatic increase in the number of rape kits coming into their labs. → Read More

County health department investigates 180 complaints about noncompliance with mask mandate

A flood of complaints have poured into the City Action Center since Oklahoma City's mask mandate went into effect almost two weeks ago. → Read More