Macy joined the CBS13 team as a reporter in February 2016. Born in West Palm Beach, Florida and raised in Los Angeles, California, she’s excited to be back home in the Golden State.
Prior to joining CBS13, Macy worked as a multimedia journalist for the CBS Affiliate KTHV in Little Rock, Arkansas. There, she covered national stories like the April 2014 EF-5 tornado and the kidnapping and murder of real estate agent Beverly Carter. During her time in the state’s capital, Macy had the opportunity to cover several high-profile political figures throughout the state including Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Former Governor Mike Beebe, Governor Asa Hutchinson, and Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump. Before landing in the Natural State, she spent time as the Washington, D.C. bureau reporter for Springfield, Missouri’s KOLR 10, where she spent her days tracking down congressmen in Capitol hallways. In 2013, she worked as the assignment desk intern for KABC in Los Angeles.
Macy received her master’s degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications and her bachelor’s degree in Communication and Spanish from The George Washington University in Washington D.C. She studied at the University of Barcelona and after visits to nearby France, Italy, and Morocco, she fell in love with traveling and exploring new places. Next on her list: somewhere in South America.
In her spare time, Macy enjoys high-energy concerts, nail-biting television dramas, scenic bike trails, meeting new people, and taking in all the great outdoors has to offer.
Macy’s Recent Stories
- CDC Warns To Toss Romaine Lettuce; Local Stores Unaffected By RecallThe CDC is advising consumers to throw out any romaine lettuce if you don’t know where it’s from.
- Roommate Hopeful Stevante Clark Gets Help After ArrestHis roommate Alex Rouska called the police earlier this week after he says Clark made several threats against him and his wife.
- Mayors Make Pitch For Homeless Help In CaliforniaThe state would allocate $1.5 billion in state funding, and collectively, the cities would match that amount, creating a $3 billion pool.
- More Than 100,000 California Teens Pre-Register To VoteAccording to the California Secretary of State, roughly 16 percent of them are in the Sacramento region.
- Crews Keep Close On Drains Eye As Day Of Rain Soaks SacramentoOfficials received several calls about backed up drains and debris collecting on the streets.
- Flood Watch In Effect As Warm Storm Moves Into CaliforniaMany homeowners in the area worried about another round of flooding just two weeks after the last storm.
- Bradshaw Animal Shelter Working To Change Public’s Feelings On Pit BullsBradshaw Animal Shelter is desperately trying to find homes for nearly 200 dogs. But 60 percent of them are pit bulls, a breed that’s a difficult sell to many prospective dog owners.
- Century-Old Bridge Changes Could Be Big Shift For PlacervilleLocals tied to the city's historic charm say updating the Clay Street Bridge would be detrimental to their community.
- Church Donates Security System To Placer County SchoolsEach device costs $125 and with more than 300 classrooms in the district, it’s a large investment.
- Musicians Pay Tribute To Stephon ClarkThe R&B/soul singer released his original song Friday. It’s called “20 Rounds” and it’s inspired by the two police officers who fired at Clark 20 times on March 18.
- SeaQuest Aquarium Opening In Folsom Raises ConcernsThe new attraction is coming to Palladio in Folsom. But locals like Alycia Morgan say putting an aquarium 100 miles from the beach is bizarre.
- Protests For Stephon Clark Span From Sacramento To New YorkDrivers wedged between protesters and the California Highway Patrol on Interstate 5 just wanted to avoid the chaotic scene.
- Protesters Spill From Sacramento City Hall Downtown StreetsJust before 6 p.m., dozens of protesters rushed into City Hall, chanting Stephon Clark’s name. Thirty minutes later, they started marching towards Golden 1 Center.
- What Would A Stephon Clark Shooting Lawsuit Look Like?Professor John Myers says the family will likely file a civil suit against the city and the police department and points to a big challenge the defense will face.
- Lots Of Fish Flushed From Tuolumne County Fish Hatchery Thought To Be DeadHeavy rain brought raging waters to Moccasin Dam in Tuolumne County, leading officials to worry the dam was near imminent failure. Highways 49 and 120 were both blocked off for part of the day, as people in the immediate area evacuated.
- Sierra Snow Creates Travel Headaches On Interstate 80Many people in the Sacramento Valley scrambled to get up the hill to enjoy the freshly fallen snow.
- Players Mourn Loss Of Beloved Elk Grove Basketball Coach Larry PriceThe 61-year-old was the head coach of the Elk Grove High School Lady Herd basketball team. He passed away Monday after going into cardiac arrest.
- Marysville Cops Offer Peek Into Life Of Police OfficerFor the first time, Marysville Police Department is inviting high school students to attend their Citizen’s Training Academy.
- Parkland High Students Share Message With Kennedy HighRep. Doris Matsui paid a visit to Kennedy High School Friday for a town hall on ending gun violence.
- Placer County Schools, Cops Reassure Parents Of Students SafetyThis year alone, the Roseville Joint Union High School District has had three separate incidents where a gun was brought to school.