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Tracey Early

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Tracey grew up in Fredericksburg, Va. as the youngest of four siblings. Her brothers and sister quickly taught her to fight for her share (especially at the dinner table), which helped to drive her appetite for news at an early age. Armed with a home video camera, she recorded her first newscast at the age of 10!

Tracey is an Elon University graduate where she played Division I soccer. During college, she interned for FOX 8 WGHP in High Point, N.C. She also interned for the Late Night with Conan O'Brien show in New York and worked for the CIA in Langley, Va.

Tracey landed her first job in TV news as a Reporter at WMBB, an ABC affiliate in Panama City, Fla. where her assignments ranged from traveling with the Commander of First Air Force to military bases in Canada, to racing an 8-year-old in a mile run on live television. In 2004, Tracey joined News 14 Carolina in Raleigh, N.C. as a reporter, but was promoted to Weekend Anchor in 2005 and Weekday Morning Anchor in August 2006. One of her most memorable assignments there was witnessing a state execution.

Tracey joined the WSPA team in December 2011 as the Problem Solver Reporter, and Weekday Evening Anchor for the 5:30 and 7pm newscasts. She lives in Greenville and is very excited to experience all that the Upstate has to offer!

As an avid athlete and food lover, Tracey enjoys running, basketball, tennis and snowboarding... and discovering new eateries in the area. If you see her out, please say hello!

Tracey anchors the 5:30 and 7 newscasts and is the Problem Solver reporter.



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  • Reclaim Your Cash

    Reclaim Your Cash

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 6:33 PM EDT2014-04-22 22:33:34 GMT
    It might seem impossible to forget about your own money. But it happens. Enough to where there are laws in place for banks to follow when your account goes dormant. But the money is still yours and you can get it back.
    It might seem impossible to forget about your own money. But it happens. Enough to where there are laws in place for banks to follow when your account goes dormant. But the money is still yours and you can get it back.
  • Top Consumer Complaints In SC

    Top Consumer Complaints In SC

    Monday, April 21 2014 6:41 PM EDT2014-04-21 22:41:54 GMT
    The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs has received more than 1,100 complaints since launching a new and improve online complaint database in January. The top complaints so far in 2014 include issues with cars, cable/cell phone companies and debt collectors.
    The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs has received more than 1,100 complaints since launching a new and improve online complaint database in January. The top complaints so far in 2014 include issues with cars, cable/cell phone companies and debt collectors.
  • Your Rights In Car Repossessions

    Your Rights In Car Repossessions

    Friday, April 18 2014 5:30 PM EDT2014-04-18 21:30:11 GMT
    Do you know South Carolina's laws on auto repossession? Consumer Affairs says it's one of the most popular complaints it gets. The problem is, many people don't know their rights or they get in over their head with a lender.
    Do you know South Carolina's laws on auto repossession? Consumer Affairs says it's one of the most popular complaints it gets. The problem is, many people don't know their rights or they get in over their head with a lender.
  • Work Underway At Dangerous Jonesville Intersection

    Work Underway At Dangerous Jonesville Intersection

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 6:00 PM EDT2014-04-15 22:00:18 GMT
    An intersection drivers have long said is dangerous in one Upstate county, is finally getting a fix. Construction has begun to redesign Highway 176 at New Hope Church Road in Union County.
    An intersection drivers have long said is dangerous in one Upstate county, is finally getting a fix. Construction has begun to redesign Highway 176 at New Hope Church Road in Union County.
  • Does Your Family Know Your Healthcare Wishes?

    Does Your Family Know Your Healthcare Wishes?

    Monday, April 14 2014 7:49 PM EDT2014-04-14 23:49:24 GMT
    If you end up in a medical crisis and can't speak for yourself, do your loves ones know what type of medical care you want? That's where advanced care planning comes in. And it's not just for the elderly.
    If you end up in a medical crisis and can't speak for yourself, do your loves ones know what type of medical care you want? That's where advanced care planning comes in. And it's not just for the elderly.
  • Homeowner Seeks Help Getting Cable Line Buried

    Homeowner Seeks Help Getting Cable Line Buried

    Monday, March 31 2014 6:10 PM EDT2014-03-31 22:10:09 GMT
    An exposed cable is causing concern in one Upstate neighborhood. It runs along a street and over several driveways. The homeowner who initially signed up for the service says he's been trying for months to get the line buried.
    An exposed cable is causing concern in one Upstate neighborhood. It runs along a street and over several driveways. The homeowner who initially signed up for the service says he's been trying for months to get the line buried.
  • Options For Handling Student Loan Debt

    Options For Handling Student Loan Debt

    Thursday, March 6 2014 6:34 PM EST2014-03-06 23:34:40 GMT
    For many of us, getting a college degree comes with a lot of debt. One Upstate man says he's struggling to get his student loan debt back on track after falling into financial trouble.
    For many of us, getting a college degree comes with a lot of debt. One Upstate man says he's struggling to get his student loan debt back on track after falling into financial trouble.
  • Food Stamp Decrease Impact On SC Families

    Food Stamp Decrease Impact On SC Families

    Friday, November 1 2013 6:41 PM EDT2013-11-01 22:41:40 GMT

    Starting today, families will see a decrease in their food stamp benefits. It affects more than 400,000 households in South Carolina.

    Starting today, families will see a decrease in their food stamp benefits. It affects more than 400,000 households in South Carolina.

  • Woman Puzzled After Showing Up "Dead" In State's System

    Woman Puzzled After Showing Up "Dead" In State's System

    Tuesday, July 9 2013 1:45 PM EDT2013-07-09 17:45:08 GMT
    An Upstate woman called us after various places had her listed as "dead" in their systems. She says it's been happening for the last three years and has no idea why or how to fix it.
    An Upstate woman called us after various places had her listed as "dead" in their systems. She says it's been happening for the last three years and has no idea why or how to fix it.
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