Tracee Wilkins Biography
Tracee Wilkins is an American journalist who is the Prince George’s County Bureau Chief for News4. She grew up in the Beltsville area.
She attended High Point High School and then went to Frostburg State University situated in Frostburg. Tracee was an African American Studies minor in college and she used to travel to Tanzania teaching African American History and used to write for the Arusha Times.
She happens to be a member of the Federal City Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta as well as the National Association of Black Journalists. Her hobbies include running, biking, painting, and golfing. Tracee is currently working on her first novel.
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Tracee Wilkins Career | Tracee Wilkins NBC4
She landed her first job at WCBI-TV situated in Columbus where she got her first award when she got an Associated Press Award for her work in general news reporting.
Tracee went east to serve as the government reporter and also as a fill-in anchor at WFMY-TV located in Greensboro. She went to Washington to report on the September 11th attacks.
She covered for both WFMY-TV and WUSA-TV in Washington. She is very active in the Washington-area community.
Back in 2011, she received the 40 Under 40 Award from the Envest Foundation for her philanthropic work in Washington D.C. Tracee founded and operated a teen monitoring group, Girls R Talking for several years.
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Suspected Gunman Found Living With Squatters in Upscale Maryland Community
A man wanted in a shooting in southwest D.C. was living with a group of squatters in a foreclosed home in Fort Washington, Maryland, authorities learned Thursday.
D.C. police and U.S. marshals were looking for 28-year-old Saeve Evans when they invaded the home in the Tantallon neighborhood – known for million dollar waterfront homes.
Evans was wanted in the shooting of three men and three women early Aug. 10 on N Street SW.
Neighbors told News4 they suspected something wasn’t right at the house where Evans stayed.
“They had a huge party there that disrupted everybody so we were very concerned about it, but what we didn’t know is that there were criminals there,” Ron Weiss said.
A police source close to the investigation told News4 up to 12 people were living in the house illegally, including two children. Everyone was forced to leave.
“The marshal told us that he was giving us back our neighborhood, and that tells me that the foreclosure problem is taking our neighborhood away from us,” Weiss said.
Evans was the second man arrested in the shooting near Nationals Park. Leonard Johnson, 21, was arrested Aug. 15. All of the victims survived.