Ashley Mackey
Ashley Mackey is a Community Journalist for ABC7 Eyewitness News. She joined the team in August 2019 after reporting and anchoring in Phoenix, Arizona, for Cronkite News on Arizona PBS.

Ashley earned her master's degree in sports journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and her bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Montana. At Montana, she studied on a full-ride tennis scholarship, and when she graduated from there, she traveled the world playing professional tennis for two years.

Ashley worked as a News21 fellow on the "Hate In America" project, which garnered awards such as a Robert F. Kennedy Award, an Edward R. Murrow award, a BEA award and an EPPY award. She also interned at the United States Tennis Association.

Ashley is excited to be back and reporting on Inglewood, the city where she was born. She serves her community alongside her sorority members of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sorority Inc.

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Ashley's Stories
Torrance business owners say Pride decorations are being vandalized repeatedly
Since putting up security cameras, owners say they've seen at least three different people stop by to take down the decorations.
Investigation underway after 2 killed in Hollywood shooting; suspect outstanding
Two people were killed in a shooting in Hollywood overnight, prompting a large police response in the area amid the search for the gunman.
Gascón recall campaign says it has more than 566,857 signatures, enough to officially make ballot
A group seeking to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón said it has collected enough signatures to qualify for the ballot.
Investigation underway after 2 women killed in street takeover crash in Compton, authorities say
An investigation is underway after two women were killed in a wild street takeover crash in Compton overnight.
What to know before you go to Sunday's LA Pride Parade
The LA Pride Parade returns this Sunday for the first time in two years. Here are some things to know before you go.
Ready for summer: As jet fuel prices increase, so do airfares
According to data from Hopper, the average summer domestic airfare is expected to be about $383, 33% higher than in 2019.
Pop-up market in Santa Monica shines light on LGBTQ+ business owners: 'We belong and we're here'
Santa Monica Marketplace and Streetlet partnered to bring the pop-up market for a limited time. It features more than 15 LGBTQ+ business owners.
Rams purchase caps and gowns for Inglewood grads
The Los Angeles Rams purchased caps and gowns for more than 460 graduating seniors across the Inglewood school district.
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation on mission to provide scholarships to military children
Their mothers and fathers gave the ultimate sacrifice as they protected our country. Now, a local organization is helping the children of those fallen soldiers, by giving them support to get through college.
Memorial Day service in Long Beach honors fallen heroes: 'It's hard but it keeps them alive'
The ceremony, which took place on front of the Honoring Our Fallen Memorial wall at Rosie the Riveter Park, included the readings of names of American heroes who have fallen in combat, in training exercises and in humanitarian efforts since September 11, 2001.