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.

Recent Articles
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      CLEVELAND-Who will the new class be?  This morning we will find out the 2019 Rock Hall inductees. The nominees were announced in October. Since that time, fans have been weighing in, casting their votes for their favorites. The top five received an extra vote in the overall nominee vote. The top five that made the fan ballot include first-time nominees Def Leppard, Stevie Nicks,  Todd Rundgren, The Zombies and, The Cure. From right here in Northeast Ohio, Kent State […]

  • New video just released shows hit-and-run involving 2 women and an infant

    CLEVELAND- New details on the hit-and-run accident that injured women and a 6-month-old baby. The incident happened in the 2000 block of W. 104th Street near Madison in Cleveland Saturday night. Neighbor’s surveillance video shows the moment a car veered into a driveway, striking the three victims. According to family members, Lisa Bell was babysitting her infant grandson and carried him outside to show him off to some friends. They were standing in the driveway when a speeding car struck […]

  • Cleveland police: Landscaper shot after argument over yard clippings

    CLEVELAND -Cleveland police say a man who admitted to shooting a landscaper says he did it in self defense. It happened on Muskoka Avenue near East 193rd Street Tuesday afternoon. Police say the 36-year-old victim got into an argument with 27-year-old Jyvaris Wooden, who lives next door. According to a press release, Wooden told police the landscaper was blowing leaves and grass onto his yard. After several verbal exchanges, Wooden hit his ADT panic alarm, grabbed his gun and his […]

  • Husband, wife both battle breast cancer: ‘We’re going to do this together’

    Every year, a quarter of a million women are diagnosed with breast cancer. But, something a lot of us don’t consider is that men get it too. FOX 8’s Stacey Frey introduces you to a man who dealt with the rare diagnosis. Six months later, his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer too. **Watch Stacey’s report, above, for more** **Read more on breast cancer, here**

  • Cleveland killer Robert Rembert Jr. sentenced to at least 30 years in prison for murdering four people

    CLEVELAND–A last-minute guilty plea might have spared a serial killer from the death penalty. Robert Rembert apologized to the families of his four victims before judge Joan Synenberg handed down his sentence. He turned to the family members and said, “There’s nothing I can possibly say to you change what happened or why I did it. All I can say is I’m sorry and ask that you just pray for me. I’m sorry.” 48-year-old Rembert offered no explanation, only that […]

  • Sheriff says investigation continuing into identity of body found in search for missing mother

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  • Board of Health confirms 93-year-old Parma woman died from Legionnaires’ disease

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  • Cleveland Indians team up with cutting edge company to help save the environment

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  • Two groups were exchanging gunfire when 9-year-old was killed

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  • Hundreds of homes affected by deadly explosion in East Cleveland

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  • Call logs reveal new details as family releases statement describing Westlake man who was killed by deputy

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — The family of the Westlake man shot and killed by a Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Deputy on Interstate 90 has released a statement, saying his behavior Thursday night was “completely out of character.” The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the man as Brett Luengo, 33, of Westlake. His family’s full statement is: “While continuing to struggle with his sudden passing on May 24th, the family of Brett Luengo wishes to extend its gratitude to the good […]

  • Westlake man shot by deputy on Interstate 90 passes away

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — A man who was shot after reportedly ignoring multiple commands from a Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s deputy on Interstate 90 has passed away. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the man as Brett Luengo, 33, of Westlake. Authorities say it all started when Luengo crashed his car along Interstate 90 East between West Boulevard and West 117th Street Thursday evening. Other drivers and witnesses said the man went after anyone who stopped to help. When a Cuyahoga […]