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Tracey D. Neale

Tracey D. Neale, American news anchor. Recipient Associated Press Honors for reporting, 1992, Emmy nomination for reporting, 1992, National Unity award for journalism, 1993-1994; Emmy award for investigative reporting, 2003, Emmy award for best news segment, 2004, Emmy awards for excellence in reporting, 2005, Associated Press award, 2005, Emmy award for outstanding news anchor, 2003-2005.


  • Neale, Tracey D. was born on February 16, 1967 in Balboa, Panama. Daughter of Larry W. and Ruby S. Neale.

  • Education

    • Student, Old Dominian University, 1987. Bachelor of Science in Journalism, James Madison University, 1989.


    • Reporter, anchor WVEC-television (ABC), Fort Myers, Florida, 1989-1991, WSOC-television (ABC), Charlotte, North Carolina, 1991-1994. Anchor WTTG-television (FOX), Washington, 1994—2004, WUSA 9NEWS National Organization of Women, Washington, since 2004.


    Volunteer with handicapped adults and children Muscular Dystrophy Association, Fort Myers and Charlotte, 1989-1994. Volunteer United Way Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Washington, 1996. Member National Association Black Journalists, United States Congress Radio and television Corresponding.



    Photography/darkroom development, martial arts, windsurfing, skiing, bicycling.

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    Born February 16, 1967
    (age 50)
    • 1987
      Old Dominian University
    • 1989
      James Madison University
    • 1989 - 1991
      Fort Myers, Florida, United States
    • 1991 - 1994
      Charlotte, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    • 1994 - 2004
      anchor WTTG-television (FOX)
      Washington, United States
    • 2004
      anchor WTTG-television (FOX)
      Washington, United States