Her journalism career began in Southern California, where she was born and raised. She worked as an intern at KABC and an editorial assistant at KNBC in Los Angeles. Tracey then reported for the Los Angeles Metro System and Crown City News. She went on to anchor and report at KIEM in Eureka, Calif. and KRCR in Redding, Calif.
Tracey completed her undergraduate work at Cal Poly Pomona in communication studies and Hunter College in New York. Tracey got a taste of the entertainment business working on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien.” She worked with the staff of Congressman Adam Schiff and contemplated a career in law or politics. Tracey is a member of the Asian American Journalist Association.
Tracey’s experience also includes teaching in China and in her mother’s kindergarten classroom. She’s an active volunteer at animal shelters, loves traveling the world and exploring the outdoors with her chocolate lab, Molly. She enjoys meeting new people, so say hi when you see her out and about.
Possessing a small amount of marijuana will no longer come with jail time.
Call it a sign of the times. Loyola University Maryland has thrown out the traditional mailroom.
Money Magazine is naming two Howard County cities as the best places to live.
A bus carrying dozens of passengers finishing up a sightseeing tour crashed and overturned in Delaware, leaving two women dead and several other passengers injured, authorities said.
Plastic bags in Baltimore City could soon be history. Saturday, communities united to show support for a reusable bag bill.
The wait is over. The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are on sale around the world.
Cyclists, listen up. If you are looking for a new urban route, head to Towson.
A once in a lifetime commemoration has come to an end. The Star-Spangled bicentennial closed out its celebration Tuesday.
The Star-Spangled Spectacular celebration holds a special ceremony on the exact anniversary of the birth of the national anthem.
The results are in for the first month of the new youth curfew in Baltimore supporters say it’s good news, but others say the information is too vague.
The eight-time Tony award-winning musical “Once” has arrived in Baltimore. The show is touring the country, and will be here for just one week.
This week is the bicentennial celebration of the Star-Spangled Banner. City officials are working to make a change to honor this part of Baltimore’s history.