Kailey Tracy joined the FOX 13 team in October 2022 to report stories in Pinellas County and is very excited to call St. Pete her new home.
Kailey is a Baltimore native and an avid Ravens fan. She graduated from Elon University in 2017 with a degree in broadcast journalism. After graduating, Kailey worked for two years as a multimedia journalist and weekend anchor in Wilmington, North Carolina.
She then moved to Jacksonville in 2019 and worked as a multimedia journalist for three years before joining FOX 13.
While in Jacksonville, Kailey covered local and national stories, including the state murder trial and the federal hate crimes trial for the men convicted of killing Ahmaud Arbery.
Kailey loves the beach and is a sunset enthusiast. She hasn’t met a grilled cheese she didn’t like, and is definitely a foodie.
The birds at Sunken Gardens are getting a new home, but don’t worry, they’re not going far.
One Sarasota woman's family was torn apart after the disappearance of her stepson, who is among the Americans presumed to be held captive in Gaza by Hamas.
Enchant Christmas is back in St. Petersburg for a fourth year, transforming Tropicana Field into a winter wonderland.
When Danielle Ferrari was starting her business, she had a goal in mind.
The annual Thanksgiving Day football practice at Riverview High School in Sarasota looked a little different Thursday.
Tracey Curtis has a new assistant in her sixth grade world cultures classroom, and he’s a virtual Bernadoodle named Baxter.
Sean Williams, a Kentucky inmate who escaped a month ago, was arrested Tuesday night in Florida appeared to be bloodied and bruised in video taken as he was booked into jail.
Pinellas County Sheriff’s deputies had some special deliveries on Tuesday.
Frying a Thanksgiving turkey can give your family a delicious holiday meal, but it can also be dangerous.
The city’s Parks and Rec Department partnered with the nonprofit The Gathering of Women to host a free Thanksgiving dinner for seniors and their families.