Tracy Nagai’s career as a television producer and reporter first began seven years ago in Calgary, after graduating in 2005 from the broadcast program at Mount Royal College.
Eager to get away from the desk and out in to the frontlines with a camera, she accepted a position in northern British Columbia in Chetwynd, eventually making stops in Dawson Creek, Edmonton and Lethbridge.
In April 2009 Tracy was recruited to the Global Calgary news team as a reporter and producer and has been reporting on issues and events that concern people across the province.
Calgary hockey players, parents and coaches are feeling disappointed after a decision in a big game came down to the flip of a coin. Continue reading →
She suffered an aneurysm before she was even born but 22-year-old Alex Huddleston is not letting that stand in her way. Continue reading →
Afra started to use a wheelchair when she was five years old. She can no longer stand and needs help with daily tasks such as taking a shower or getting into bed. Continue reading →
A Syrian woman with cerebral palsy is giving back to Calgary community that supported her dreams. Continue reading →
Victoria Levesque’s friends are looking for answers nearly one month after the 25-year-old’s body was found east of Calgary. Continue reading →
A spokesperson for the Calgary Jewish Federation said it was “clear” the posters promoted Holocaust denial. Continue reading →
Dale Cameron Neisz has pleaded not guilty to a long list of charges following a deadly July crash. Continue reading →
Mike Drew had just finished capturing images at Sibbald Meadows Pond and was driving back to Calgary when he noticed wildlife activity not far off the road. Continue reading →
The non-profit organization is in its fifth year and a generous donation of one million seeds has been put to good use to help feed Calgary’s hungry. Continue reading →
The body of Fletcher Kimmel was found on Jan. 29, near the Jumping Pound Demonstration Forest, south of Highway 1. Continue reading →
Partial and full road closures are expected to start in less than eight weeks and will span 17 Avenue from Macleod Trail to 14 Street S.W. Construction is expected to last nearly two years. Continue reading →
Demonstrations against U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration ban took place around the world and in Calgary Saturday. It was a national day of action against Islamophobia and white supremacy. Continue reading →
It’s an unusually warm day in January, one that would be perfect for ice skating or walking along the Bow River, but instead, in a southeast warehouse, there’s a flurry of activity taking place. Continue reading →
Three men convicted in the swarming death of a Calgary teen learned their fate on Monday. Continue reading →
Douglas Garland, 56, is charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Nathan O’Brien and Alvin and Kathy Liknes. Continue reading →