Stacey joined the Fox 8 News team as a general assignment reporter in September of 2002. Stacey is an extremely versatile journalist whose career has taken her face-to-face with presidents and placed her in the path of some of Mother Nature’s worst weather events.

Stacey Frey came to Fox 8 from Buffalo, where she received national attention while covering that city’s historic 2001 Christmas Week storms. That’s when the city of Buffalo was hit with 7 feet of snow in just five days. She reported for Fox News, CNN, ABC and other stations across the country, including Fox 8.
She lists President George W. Bush and former President Bill Clinton among her most notable interviews. Stacey also covered former first lady Hillary Clinton’s successful run for a seat in the U.S. Senate.

Prior to Buffalo, Stacey’s career included stops in Allentown, Pa., Binghamton, N.Y., and Scranton, Pa. She is a graduate of Scranton Central High School in Pennsylvania. She then went on to attend Penn State University and Christian-Albrechts University in Kiel, Germany, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications with a minor in German.

Stacey and her husband John reside in Cleveland’s east side with their young son, Aidan. Among some of her favorite things are the band U2, the color red and the movie “Gone With the Wind.” She enjoys reading, cooking, working out with her neighborhood trainer and hanging out with her son.

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    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland is less than one week away from the Republican National Convention, but hundreds of delegates are already in town. Sets have also been installed, lights are up and everything soon will be draped in red, white and blue at Quicken Loans Arena. Barricades have been delivered in the area around the Q. They’ll soon be set in place to block off traffic around the arena and in the secure zone where only credentialed guests and those directly associated […]

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    Photos: Police believe curtain, blanket may help solve murder of Amy Mihaljevic

    BAY VILLAGE, Ohio — Investigators Thursday revealed new evidence they believe will help solve the kidnapping and murder of Amy Mihaljevic.  **See the blog below for more** It was October 27, 1989 when Mihaljevic, 10, disappeared after meeting a man at the Bay Village Shopping Plaza right across the street from the police station. Her body was found three months later in a rural Ashland County field. During Thursday’s press conference, police showed a curtain and a blanket found near where Mihaljevic’s body […]

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    Police search for man who rammed police cruisers

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    Gas station shooting victim is nephew of Glenville football coach Ted Ginn Sr.

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    Donald Trump’s camp in Cleveland ahead of the RNC

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    3 years later: Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus give update today on Dr. Oz

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    People lining up to put down payment on new Tesla

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    Donald Trump rallies at Columbus airport with Chris Christie

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    Full speech: Bernie Sanders rallies at Baldwin Wallace University

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    Water test results expected today after lead concerns at Chagrin Falls school

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