GREENSBORO, N.C. — Stacey Spivey joined WFMY News 2 in June 2019 as a part of the Good Morning Show team.
Stacey came to the Triad by way of Roanoke, VA where she anchored the evening newscasts at WFXR News. During her time there, she produced the weekly franchise, “A+ Educators,” in which she highlighted area teachers. Her work was nominated for a Virginia Association of Broadcasters award.
She was the first reporter on-scene to cover the aftermath of a devastating tornado in Elon, and also reported on the blackface scandal that rocked Richmond.
Before moving to Virginia, Stacey worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor for the legacy station she grew up watching, KATV Channel 7 News in Little Rock, AR. There she covered President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s visits to Arkansas on the 2016 campaign trail, and reported live from the Country Music Awards in Nashville, TN. While in Arkansas, she also reported on several stories that caught national attention including the state’s plan to carry out 8 executions in 10 days in 2017.
Stacey began her career in Tyler, TX as a reporter and quickly moved to the desk as a morning anchor and co-host. She also spent her Friday nights during football season as a sideline reporter.
The Arkansas native earned a degree in Radio-TV at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, AR. Go Redwolves! She was actively involved on campus as an ASU cheerleader and member of Chi Omega.
When not chasing news, Stacey spends most of her time with her husband, Jake, and their goldendoodle, Wrigley. They are excited to welcome their first baby, a girl, in summer 2021!
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