Tracy Greer photoTracy Greer became KJZZ's Managing Editor in January 2015. Prior to that she spent three years as the station's Digital Media Editor, a position that satisfied both her inner tech geek and her passion for journalism. She previously held a similar position for the North County Times in San Diego County, Calif.

Before switching to the news side, Greer earned her stripes with more than a decade of experience in sports media. She covered everything from high school kids to pros and worked in print, television, publishing, sports information and for a youth sports nonprofit.

She holds journalism degrees from New Mexico State University and Northwestern University, and is a member of the Association for Women in Sports Media (AWSM) and Arizona Roller Derby.

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Title Author Publication Date
Yarnell Community Returns ? Some To Home, Some To Ashes July 08, 2013
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Welcome Rain Falls In Drought-Stricken Southwest July 26, 2013
Unraveling A Drug Distribution Ring That Spanned The West Coast September 18, 2013
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The Trouble With Enrolling In The Affordable Care Act September 11, 2013
The Evolution Of The Taco August 19, 2013
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Texas Reaching Out To Provide Voter IDs October 01, 2013
Texas Fighting Affordable Care Act Rollout September 24, 2013
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