Atlanta News First
Tracye Hutchins is an anchor for Atlanta News First.
Tracye joined Atlanta News First in the spring of 2007 to co-host the morning show.
She worked for six and a half years on the show covering breaking news, events in the community and interviewing celebrities until she transitioned to evenings in the fall of 2013.
Prior to arriving in Atlanta, Tracye worked for the CBS affiliate KFMB in San Diego, California. But that was only after spending 4 years in Atlanta working at CNN Headline News covering world news events, daily health stories and entertainment features. Tracye was live on the air during major breaking news stories including the break-up of the Columbia space shuttle over Texas and the capture of ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
Tracye has spent the last 30 years covering the news across the country from hurricanes in Fort Myers, Florida, to 120-degree heat waves in Phoenix, Arizona, and factory closings in Terre Haute, IN to soybean crops in Kirksville, MO where she started her television news career in 1992.
Tracye enjoys discovering all that Metro Atlanta has to offer including some of the best restaurants in the Southeast and a number of outdoor events with her family.