Kailey Tracy

Kailey Tracy joined WECT as a multimedia journalist in July 2017 after graduating from Elon University. There, she studied broadcast journalism and public health. Kailey reported for Elon’s student-run news channel, Elon Local News, where her love of storytelling took off. During college, she interned for WECT, WRDE News in Delaware and for 60 Minutes. Kailey is extremely excited to report the stories that matter to Wilmington. A Maryland native, and avid foodie, you can find Kailey relaxing on the beach or on a run. If you have any story ideas, email Kailey at ktracy@wect.com, or reach out to her on Facebook and Twitter.

Recent Articles by Kailey

  Prepared meals tax on the table in Brunswick County

Hate crimes in the Cape Fear: How local trends compare to national trends

Groups hosts town hall about segregation in New Hanover County schools

Columbus County school leaders ask commissioners for more money

Witness says he wishes he had done more before man fell from bridge

Tabor City restaurant to reopen after being destroyed by fire last year

NHC School Board member asks to be taken off committees with fellow board member

School board ‘shifting away’ from changing Williston to performing arts school, says vocational school possibility

Despite no evidence of building permits, Greene files documents saying he is building dream home on property

Family set to demo home after fire sparked by Hurricane Florence destroys it

State’s Hometown Strong program caters to economically distressed counties

Community brings up concerns over race playing a role in Williston proposal

Government shutdown forces Moores Creek National Battlefield to scale back anniversary event

Committee meets to discuss changing Williston into performing arts school

’It’s a matter of life or death’: Cell, internet outages prevent town from calling 911

Parents upset over teacher’s gift-giving mistake

Columbus County leaders approve giving boost to new small businesses

Government shutdown affects family’s rebuilding efforts after hurricane

Four months after Florence, some areas just beginning to rebuild

New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office says car break-ins have risen significantly