Spencer Tracy joined the FOX6 News team as of April 2022. Spencer was born in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was raised in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia. Spencer hits the Milwaukee streets as a reporter, always ready to meet new people and tell their stories! She’s excited to be back near family, as her dad was born and raised in Milwaukee.
Before coming to the Badger State, Spencer was a reporter and fill-in anchor at News10 ABC in Albany, New York for two years. While there, she covered former Governor Andrew Cuomo’s resignation, the first major outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S., severe flooding in the capital region, and a funeral home operating illegally investigation.
Spencer first started her reporter career at WRDE Coast TV News in Milton, Delaware. While there, she tackled major stories such as President Trump’s impeachment, rape trials, and severe weather.
She graduated from Temple University Lew Klein College of Media and Communication in 2019. While at Temple, she interned for NBC10 and FOX29 in Philadelphia.
When Spencer isn’t at FOX6 News, you’ll find her working out, traveling, reading a good book or spending time with her family. You can follow her on Twitter and Facebook (links above), or send her a story idea via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The latest from Spencer Tracy
Beaver Dam Project Lifesaver; missing child found while officers trained
A training session for a police department turns into a real-life emergency – and technology made all the difference.
Milwaukee hit-and-run, 16th and Forest Home, motorcyclist dies
A Milwaukee father passed away June 6 due to injuries sustained in a hit-and-run crash while he was on his motorcycle over the Memorial Day weekend. The driver who hit him and drove off hasn't been found.
Milwaukee Lakefront crowds, law enforcement ramps up
At Milwaukee's lakefront, law enforcement is ramping up as warm weather draws larger crowds. A group blocked traffic Thursday night.
No Mow May ends, summer habits can still help pollinators
With "No Mow May" over, experts say there are still ways to help pollinators find food throughout the summer.
Milwaukee Master Lock plant closing, union fights to save jobs
In a major blow to Milwaukee, Master Lock, a long-standing manufacturing plant, is set to close, with operations ending in March 2024. The announcement leaves hundreds of union workers uncertain about their future.
Whitefish Bay garage fire spreads to attached house on N. Lydell
North Shore firefighters battled a garage fire that spread to the attached house on N. Lydell Avenue in Whitefish Bay early Tuesday.
Heal the Hood: Milwaukee block party, resource fair 'all positivity'
Milwaukee's Heal the Hood block party and resource fear continued for the 11th year Saturday, May 27 near 8th and Burleigh.
Memorial Day weekend fire safety, DNR urges campers to stay alert
The Wisconsin DNR wants to make sure everyone enjoys Memorial Day weekend without sparking a wildfire, urging campers to be on alert.
Master Lock Milwaukee plant closing; 'slap in the face,' mayor says
Master Lock's manufacturing facility in Milwaukee will begin closing this fall, the company confirmed Thursday, with operations ending in March 2024.
Off-duty Milwaukee police detective accused; sex assault of woman
A detective with the Milwaukee Police Department is accused of inappropriately touching a woman at a party while off-duty in January.