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Jason Hackett Biography

Jason Hackett is an American anchors KOCO 5 News Weekday mornings at 4:30 a.m. and reports breaking news and big stories at 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. with Anchors Maggie Carlo and Markie Martin and meteorologist Shelby Hays.

Jason Hackett Age

The exact information about his birthplace and birth date have not been surfaced in the media yet.

Jason Hackett Career

Before joining KOCO 5 News, Jason worked as a reporter at WPTV, the NBC affiliate in West Palm Beach, Florida. While there, he covered some of the biggest stories in the country, including the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, the massacre at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, FL, and President Donald Trump’s visits to his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago. Jason graduated from the University of Florida with a major in telecommunications.

Jason Hackett Wife

In contrast to his professional career. It was a great task to find out about his personal life and more importantly about his marital status. Additionally, there aren’t any rumors of his likely wife or girlfriend. However, he might be secretly married and living a happy life with his wife. Further, he has a well-built body with decent height and weight. However, the detailed information about his body measurements is not available in the media yet.

Jason Hackett Article

Woman whose brother killed while riding bicycle proposes funds for safer lanes to City Council

By: Jason Hackett

The pedestrian safety issue hits close to home for Chelsey Ann Epley Cobbs.

In March, her brother, Chad Epley, was struck and killed while riding his bicycle near Northwest 16th Street and Classen Boulevard

“Having safe and protected bike lanes connecting our downtown communities secures the safety of getting to and from these places of well-being entertainment that you are working so hard to build and to elevate our great state,” Cobbs said at City Hall in Oklahoma City.

City Councilman James Cooper, who represents Ward 2, weighed in on the topic during the MAPS 4 public proposal meeting Tuesday.

“Unfortunately, in even our most walkable neighborhood, award-winning neighborhood, this is what too many of our sidewalks look like,” Cooper said. “How will a child get safely to school, to a park on this?”

Councilwoman Jo Beth Hamon said, based on her experience, bike rides that should take minutes take much longer.

“Going through all the neighborhoods, there was no connection,” Hamon said. “I had to cross Classen. I had to cross Penn, 39th Street, and Northwest Expressway, and that probably took me about 40 minutes.”

City Council members will eventually choose the projects to include in MAPS 4. Oklahoma City residents then will vote on the proposed project.

Jason Hackett Death

He is not dead.

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