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
Hundreds of Covina teachers rally before strike that could start Thursday
If an agreement can't be reached after negotiations on Wednesday, Covina-Valley teachers are scheduled to begin their strike Thursday.
Inglewood Post Office gears up for holiday mail rush with new package-sorting machine
The new machine, called the Small Delivery Unit Sorter, can process up to 3,000 packages an hour, freeing up employees to accomplish other tasks.
New El Monte police chief sworn in following year of great loss: 'We are going to move forward'
Jake Fisher served as interim police chief after the death of Chief Ben Lowry in October, who died due to health issues. A few months before that, two El Monte officers were killed in the line of duty.
Turkey giveaway in Inglewood feeds thousands ahead of Thanksgiving with help from Rams, Chargers
"This is a huge help for a lot of families and I think it reminds us to give back when we do have it," said an Inglewood resident.
Local African boutique helps get people 'Wakanda Ready' for Black Panther premiere
Kutula by Africana has acted as consultants and stylists on both Black Panther films.
What the Powerball win means for CA public schools
This was the most money raised for California public schools tied to one single jackpot.
Pasadena community serves local first responders at annual BBQ
Offices of Coldwell Banker Realty hosted the 21st annual First-Responders BBQ where more than 300 local heroes were expected to pass through for a meal.
Art installation at Grand Park celebrates Día de los Muertos
As this is the first Día de los Muertos since the passing of legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully, fans constructed a beautiful tribute to him at Grand Park.
Exhibición de arte en Grand Park celebra el Día de los Muertos
Se instalaron más de 20 ofrendas, o altares, en Grand Park en el centro de Los Ángeles para celebrar el Día de los Muertos.
4 people sickened, including 1 in grave condition, after apparent carbon dioxide leak at LAX
Four people became suddenly ill after a reported carbon dioxide leak at an LAX terminal on Monday morning, authorities said.