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.
The community is demanding accountability after a Baltimore Police officer was caught on camera attacking a man on a sidewalk.
Baltimore’s largest outdoor concert kicks off this weekend.
Baltimore is being recognized for its dedication to community service and has recently been named the number one city for producing Americorps members.
Maryland Lottery and Gaming announced that traditional lottery ticket sales and the state’s six casinos combined to contribute $1.252 billion to Maryland’s economy.
Attorneys for a Maryland beach town say that while not everyone is offended by women going topless, it’s seen as “unpalatable” by society.
Baltimore is increasing traffic safety with three dozen new camera locations.
An active shooter drill was held at a Bel Air high school on Sunday to coordinate a response plan among first responders.
The K-9 unit is a crucial component in the fight against drugs. In 2015, Anne Arundel County started using Scentlogix to train their dogs, a change that made them more successful on the street.
While the Ravens get ready for their football season to start, mascot Poe is helping students prepare to go back to school.
According to the report published in the journal BMJ, deaths due to cirrhosis increased by 65 percent from 2009 to 2016.
A special summer camp is teaching students how to prepare for a career in the theatre.
The Maryland Zoo welcomes two new additions to their zoo, two Kunekune pigs named Wilbur and Orville.
A summer cabaret at Everyman Theatre features two of Broadway’s biggest stars singing showtune classics from more than a dozen productions.
Maryland’s own x-games star Travis Pastrana completes three of Evel Knievel’s most outrageous stunts in just three hours.
There have been 11 boating fatalities off the Maryland shores so far this year, so police are stepping up efforts to keep boaters safe during the busy season.
One group in Ocean City is providing hope and comfort to families caring for children battling life-threatening illnesses.
Thousands are celebrating the Fourth of July in Ocean City this week and businesses are banking on the holiday crowd to kick off their peak season.
Baltimore is promising to keep city youth healthy with a summer commitment to serve more than one million meals.
Hundreds of Baltimore students will be going to college for free this fall as part of the Mayor’s Scholars Program.
An orthodontist in Harford County is encouraging his patients to get creative when they lose their retainer by giving them a fun assignment.
A mother and her toddler were rescued from their burning home in Prince George’s County.
A local teen will be representing Maryland in a national concert next year.
The musical “On Your Feet,” focused on international star Gloria Estefan, has arrived in Baltimore.
BARCS, the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter is full to capacity. The shelter says it took in 108 animals in 24 hours and doesn’t have enough room for them all.
This weekend, Baltimore County is offering a one-stop shop for residents and business owners to get information on everything from rebuilding to insurance coverage to emergency supplies.
The Ocean City Beach Patrol is out in full force, and they’re reminding beach goers if they have a question or concern to ask a life guard.
Ocean City is asking visitors to stop using plastic straws this summer in an effort to protect beaches and cut down on pollution.
Every year, Ocean City welcomes about 8 million visitors, a bulk of that is during the summer.
The National Aquarium has a new facility to care for their animals.
A D.C. teacher turned his graduation ceremony in Baltimore into an inspirational field trip for his entire third-grade class.
The Baltimore City Council is currently reviewing a bill that would propose regulations on Airbnb’s, but some Airbnb hosts say some of the regulations could jeopardize their business.
Baltimore has made the list of the fittest cities in America.
The Fund for Educational Excellence is hosting their third award show to honor Baltimore’s outstanding principals.
A farm in Carroll County pairs retired or injured racehorses with inmates to develop skills for re-entry into society, as well as trust and unconditional love.
BGE partnered with local safety organizations and the Baltimore County Police Department to drive home their message of safety.
A former member of the Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force was sentenced Friday in the corruption case.
Authorities are warning drivers to be aware of an increase in motorcyclists with this warmer weather.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning the public that dangerous insect-borne illnesses are on the rise.
Howard County is transforming its community, breaking ground on the first mix-use neighborhood to redevelop downtown Columbia.
With the unusual heat wave, health and safety experts are warning parents about the dangers of leaving a child alone in a hot car.
A man is in critical condition after being rescued from a Harford County trench Wednesday.
A special ceremony in Baltimore on Friday celebrated the skilled men and women who save the most critically injured.
The first medical marijuana dispensary in Harford County is now up and running.
The University of Maryland will welcome thousands of visitors to its campus for an all-day celebration.
In 2017, 557 people were killed on Maryland’s roadways.
This weekend marks a thrilling end to Baltimore’s third Light City, complete with a spectacular fireworks show for the grand finale Saturday night.
Baltimore’s Light City attracts artists from around the globe.
The Baltimore County School Board has voted in Verletta White as the permanent superintendent.
The Port of Baltimore is celebrating a record year.
With the arrival of spring and warm weather comes seasonal allergies, and experts predict next week will be the worst so far this year.
Amazon celebrated National Robotics Week by taking more than a hundred local students on a tour of the company’s fulfillment center in Baltimore.
For the third year, Baltimore will be transformed into a sparkling city.
The Baltimore Farmers’ Market and Bazaar is back for its 41st season.
A 14-year-old who was shot in the leg last month at Great Mills High School got a special surprise: a chance to meet his favorite rapper.
Back for its third year, Light City is planning for more lights and more love.
Light City is getting ready to transform Baltimore for the third year in a row, and this year promises to be even bigger and brighter.
Millions of Christians around the world celebrated Resurrection Sunday, and Christians across Baltimore celebrated Easter with music and prayers.
Two women affected by Baltimore’s gun violence have created scholarships in an effort to break the cycle and provide the youth with an opportunity to succeed.
Baltimore Police are searching for a suspect they say is responsible for at least five commercial burglaries.
An AAA study found that motorist are most fearful of distracted driving. Even more than aggressive, drunk and or drugged drivers.
Participants in the Birdland Community Heroes Program will be honored Thursday for generously serving others.
Palm Sunday brought prayers to heal Baltimore through an annual event to call for peace.
The March For Our Lives rallied hundreds of thousands of people across the U.S., including thousands of marchers in Baltimore.
Baltimore police are investigating the burglary of an antique warehouse where detectives say the stolen items include two small carnival rides.
A talented group of young Baltimore filmmakers will debut their first film Thursday night.
As we spring ahead, experts recommend driver use extra caution while on the roads.
Baltimore celebrated Harriet Tubman Day by rededicating Wyman Park Dell, which was once a Confederate site.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will be showcasing three Broadway stars this weekend for a special performance.
Tens of thousands of BGE customers remain without power following the whipping winds on Friday.
The entire month of March is dedicated to the state’s wineries and abundant selection.
Detectives are working to find the suspect who killed a Towson University student more than two decades ago.
Officials announced today that D.C.’s famous cherry trees are expected to hit peak bloom March 17 through March 20.
The grassroots Baltimore Ceasefire movement is trying to stop the violence in Baltimore, one weekend at a time.
The Ravens and Under Armour are collaborating to provide funding for uniforms, athletic facilities and sports programs for Baltimore schools.
In celebration of Black History Month, 10 business and community leaders were recognized for their contributions at a special ceremony held at the Cordish Companies’ Live! Casino & Hotel in Hanover, Maryland.
National Capital Therapy Dogs is a regional nonprofit that goes into hospitals and nursing homes to help comfort patients with dogs and their handlers.
With this warm-up, many people are out enjoying the weather while it lasts.
The rideshare program Lyft is teaming up with Baltimore Bike Share to offer new transportation opportunities.
BGE crews are on their way to Puerto Rico to assist with recovery efforts in the wake of September’s devastating hurricane.
A new bill going through the legislature would add pink as a safety color for hunters hers in Maryland.
Local businesses are cashing in on Valentine’s Day.
Maryland’s new sick leave policy has gone into effect.
The Maryland National Guard’s 231st chemical company conducted a joint training with first responders in Carroll County on Saturday.
Former NFL player Colin Kaepernick’s charity campaign is raising money for the Baltimore grassroots organization “Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle.”
It’s a car lover’s playground, 500 new cars are parked at the Baltimore Convention Center with experts at every station to answer your auto questions.
Maryland Live! Casino is expanding with a brand new luxury hotel.
It’s considered one of the biggest marketing opportunities of the year and will cost companies about $5 million for a 30-second spot.
A meaningful trip for a group of high school students in our area, as they just completed a week long civil rights trip through the South.
The Port of Baltimore is expanding their services.
Hundreds of interested homebuyers attended an event in downtown Baltimore on Saturday to learn about the perks of city living.
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker has been crowned the NFL’s Most Valuable Performer — beating out other players competing in an interactive talent show that aired Thursday night on CBS. The kicker chose to donate his $50,000 prize to the Baltimore School for the Arts.
Two married faculty members of the Maryland Institute College of Art have been nominated for an Oscar for their animated short film.
A recent AAA survey found that more Americans are willing to use self-driving cars.
The University of Maryland is notifying a few new students with an impressive gesture, as they’re delivering acceptance letters with a huge welcome crew.
For the third consecutive year, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport saw a record number of passengers, and they continue to be the busiest airport in the region.
A new feature in the Google Arts & Culture app reveals how a picture of your face may resemble a historical painting.
‘Get Off The Corner, Go To School’; Video Shows Mayor Pugh Finding Child On Street During School Hours
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh had a stern message for a young boy caught ditching school, but was also able to offer him some help.
The Department of Homeland Security decided on Jan. 8 to end “temporary protected status,” or TPS, for Salvadorans. Now local organizations are stepping in to answer questions from those affected.
A Baltimore chef makes an appearance on the Food Network show “Beat Bobby Flay” and he did just that using a family recipe.
Two correctional officers were among 18 indicted as part of a year-long investigation into a smuggling ring at a Maryland prison.