Tracy Sears anchors the DCW50 News at 10PM on Sunday nights. Born and raised in Newport News, Virginia, Tracy fell in love with broadcast reporting at the age of 12 and began volunteering at her local news station when she was just 17.

While attending George Mason University, she interned for two years in the White House Press Room, assisting the Clinton Administration and White House correspondents with news releases, and one year at News Channel 8 in the Washington D.C. Market. Tracy worked for two years as an anchor and reporter for KTEN-TV in Denison, Texas, before returning home to Virginia in 2000 to take a reporting and anchoring position with CBS 6.

Tracy also anchors on Sunday evening CBS 6 newscasts and reports on Monday nights. She and her husband, Jeff, are the proud parents of Jackson, Maddie, and Alexandra.

Tracy has received honors and awards from The Virginia Associated Press, The Virginia Association of Broadcasters, and The RTNDA. She is also the recipient of the 2004 National Edward R. Murrow Award and the 2012, 2014 and 2015 Emmy Award.


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