You can watch Lacie Lowry weekdays on News 9 this morning from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m.
Oklahoma has become a beloved second home for Lacie. She made her News 9 debut on First at Four with co-anchor Robin Marsh in 2013.
Lowry is an award-winning journalist from Rockwall, Texas, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications from Baylor University. She started her career at KTXS-TV in Abilene, Texas, as the 6 p.m. anchor, then worked as the morning anchor at KGBT-TV in Harlingen, Texas. In 2010, Lowry joined the Griffin Communications family and became the weekend anchor at News On 6 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She stayed with the company when she moved down the turnpike to News 9 in OKC three years later. She has covered everything from tornadoes, wildfires and hurricanes to high-profile crimes, murder confessions and human interest stories.
Lowry is an Emmy-nominated anchor and has received numerous Association of Broadcasters awards for her reporting in Breaking News, Continuing Coverage and Deadline Editing.
She spends much of her time outside of television working with non-profits and serving on various community panels. Lowry joins her coworkers on a regular basis to pack food boxes at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, she has worked closely with outreach programs for The Education and Employment Ministry and the Oklahoma Blood Institute, and she is currently on the Media Committee for The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital in Bethany.
In her downtime, Lowry loves to play softball and volleyball with her News 9 coworkers, watch the OKC Thunder and be outdoors with her rescue dog.
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