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
LA Phil unveils new Inglewood YOLA concert hall for youth
There are roughly 130 students in grades ranging from first to fifth grade at the site and about 80% of the students are Inglewood residents.
Lynwood High students forced to relocate after ceiling collapse
"The build was not done according to the design. It looks like, unfortunately, people took shortcuts," said Gudiel Crosthwaite, the Lynwood Unified School District Superintendent.
2 men dead after fire at Canoga Park marijuana grow operation, LAFD says
Two men died after a fire broke out at an apparent marijuana grow operation in Canoga Park, investigators say.
Businesses in South LA get nearly $1 million in grant money from local nonprofits
Through the Kaiser and LISC LA partnership program which launched in March 2020, nearly 400 businesses have received more than $5 million in grant money.
New People Mover train coming to LAX expected to revolutionize travel
The entire train guideway is nearly three miles in length and is about 75% complete. LAX officials said the People Mover train will make traveling much easier and more efficient.
Community members rally to save Torrance sports complex
Torrance community members are trying to gather support to keep the Toyota Sports Complex from closing at the end of the month.
Gas in Los Angeles County is at its highest price so far this year
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose to its 2021 high Monday, increasing two-tenths of a cent to $4.41.
Family who immigrated from Mexico opens 5th restaurant in Inglewood
The Martin family opened their first Inglewood business in 2009. Now, more than 10 years later, they celebrate the opening of their fifth business.
Local nonprofits receive $10,000 each ahead of Super Bowl LVI
56 community organizations were selected and featured as part of the official Super Bowl Legacy Program.
Family and deputies ask for help on 4-year-old Compton murder case
A $10,000 reward is being offered for any information that will help lead to an arrest and conviction in a 4-year-old Compton murder case.