Kailey Tracy, FOX 13 Tampa Bay

Kailey Tracy

FOX 13 Tampa Bay

St. Petersburg, FL, United States

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Past articles by Kailey:

Have beach plans? Pinellas, Sarasota coast experiencing high levels of red tide

If you’re heading to the beach in the next couple of days, you may want to reconsider which beach you go to. NOAA is forecasting a high risk of respiratory irritation from red tide at some beaches in Pinellas, Sarasota and Lee Counties over the next 36 hours. → Read More

Increase in beachgoers forcing coastal birds to move their homes

This time of year, we start to see more and more visitors to our piece of paradise. As more people head to the beach, Audubon Florida, a conservation nonprofit, says the crowds are forcing coastal birds who nest at the beach to find other places to nest and to raise their babies. → Read More

Pinellas Sheriff’s Office introduces new sticker to alert first responders of person with special needs

The sticker is part of the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office’s Respond With Care program that Sheriff Bob Gualtieri just launched. It’s aimed at alerting and preparing first responders that someone with special needs may be in a home or a car that they’re approaching. → Read More

Bay Area student entrepreneurs compete for grant money, chance to pitch idea to ‘Shark Tank’ investor

The next new app that you download may be developed by a few high school students from the Bay Area. → Read More

Clearwater pauses its tree removal program following residents' outcry

Thousands of trees in Clearwater are spared from the chopping block, at least for now. → Read More

'It's a game changer': K9 training begins for PCSO's new bloodhound puppies

Two new four-legged recruits are gearing up to join their handlers on the force. The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office's new bloodhound puppies, Holmes and Duke are hard at work in K9 school. They are the first bloodhound puppies PCSO has had since the 1960s. → Read More

Anna Maria Island residents do not like state leader's idea of merging cities to make way for a parking garage

A fight over a lack of public parking in Holmes Beach escalated after a state representative suggested consolidating the cities of Anna Maria, Bradenton Beach, and Holmes Beach to override a local ordinance prohibiting a parking deck. During a city commission meeting, over 100 people packed the room -- all opposing the idea. → Read More

St. Pete Chamber of Commerce endorses Tropicana Field proposal from Rays, Hines

The mayor of St. Petersburg still has a couple of weeks to decide which of four proposals he will choose for redevelopment of the Historic Gas Plant District, where the Tampa Bay Rays' Tropicana Field sits. The city's chamber of commerce, though, is ready to make its choice. → Read More

Tropicana Field redevelopment: What's in the final four proposals for the Gas Plant District?

It's been months and years in the making, but St. Pete is taking its final steps to figure out what to do with the Tropicana Field site. The city narrowed down the list of possible developers to four finalists - but who are they and what are they pitching? → Read More

Tropicana Field redevelopment: What's in the final four proposals for the Gas Plant District?

It's been months and years in the making, but St. Petersburg is finally making moves in figuring out the future of the Tropicana Field site. The city narrowed down the list of possible developers to four finalists - but who are they and what are they pitching? → Read More

New Years Eve events kick off the countdown to 2023 in the Tampa Bay area

Plenty of events will be going on across the Tampa Bay area as New Years Eve celebrations kicks off Saturday. → Read More

Cold weather shelters expected to stay open through the weekend

If you need a warm place to stay this weekend, several cold weather shelters across the Tampa Bay area are open. → Read More

Civil Air Patrol now an option for Pasco County high-schoolers to join

High schoolers in Pasco County can now apply to be a cadet in the Civil Air Patrol and get academic credit for it. → Read More

St. Pete receives proposals from four groups for Tropicana Field site redevelopment – including Tampa Bay Rays

The St. Petersburg mayor and city leaders are again reviewing proposals to redevelop the 86-acre Tropicana Field site. Mayor Ken Welch scrapped plans from two previously chosen developers over the summer. Now, he has four groups on the table, including previous finalist Sugar Hill Community Partners and global real estate company Hines with the Tampa Bay Rays. → Read More

SunRunner transit debuts, connecting downtown St. Pete to St. Pete Beach

SunRunner debuts at 6 a.m. on Friday, and local and state leaders cut the ribbon at one of the new station in downtown St. Petersburg. The new rapid bus service has a 10-mile route with 30 stations, stopping at places like Tropicana Field, the Grand Central business district and St. Pete Beach. → Read More

'My hopes and dreams are that Ahmaud's legacy will last forever': Brunswick street named after Ahmaud Arbery

Ahmaud Arbery was killed on a public street in Glynn County two and a half years ago. Tuesday, a public street in that same community was named after him. → Read More

Ahmaud Arbery's killers will be sentenced for federal hate crimes Monday. Here's what to know.

Arbery's killers face the first federal hate crime conviction in Georgia history. All three have filed motions ahead of Monday's sentencing asking for concessions. → Read More

Amendment made to Florida's 'Don't Say Gay' bill changes its language

A few Republicans voted against party lines against the bill. LGBTQ advocacy groups, though, are worried about how the bill will affect LGBT students. → Read More

Attorney says plea situation could impact jury selection in federal hate crimes case in Ahmaud Arbery's death

Attorney Esther Panitch, who's not associated with the case, said attorneys will have to be very specific when asking potential jurors what they know about the case. → Read More

Ahmaud Arbery's parents say DOJ 'betrays' their trust with plea deal

The agreement itself has not yet been made public. Prosecutors said in the filings a copy of the agreement, though, has been provided to the court for consideration. → Read More