Amy McRee co-anchors the 5, 6 and 10pm weekday newscasts. Amy joined News 9 in 2000 as the Morning Show's traffic reporter. Morning commuters became familiar with Amy's bright smile and informative traffic reports before moving on to general assignment reporting. Amy covered everything from the Oklahoma City police beat to Oklahoma's fierce tornadoes. Amy served as the weekend evening co-anchor before moving to her current position.
Born and raised in Oklahoma City, Amy graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Communications and a minor in Marketing. She began her career working at a local television station behind the scenes as an Associate Producer and Assignment Editor. Amy moved from there to the Texas Panhandle where she accepted a position as a Reporter for the NBC affiliate KAMR in Amarillo.
Amy stays very active in the community. She is a member of Greater Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She volunteers her time working with organizations like Positive Tomorrows and the Special Olympics. Amy had the opportunity to surprise teachers around the state with Terrific Teachers Awards that she featured on News 9. Amy has been recognized by the Society of Professional Journalism for her reporting.
In Amy's spare time she enjoys staying involved in her church, playing golf, and spending time with her family.
Source: Radio Oklahoma