You can catch her every weeknight on CBS 2’s five o’clock newscast where her unique stories take her from Santa Barbara to Guadalajara.
She began her television career in Redding, California, at the ABC affiliate, KRCR after graduating from Loyola Marymount University.
She moved on to Salt Lake City, Utah, and worked at the NBC affiliate, KSL as a general assignment reporter for five years.
There, she won a regional Edward R. Murrow award for her coverage of an Olympic hopeful’s battle with a rare cancer.
In 2010 she won an Emmy for her stories from Fort Irwin. She spent several days in the simulated Iraqi town of Medina Wasl where soldiers learn how to fight in Iraq. She has also received the Golden Mike Award for best feature reporting on mid life women uprooting their lives and moving to Mexico.
Stacey spent a year documenting the secretive polygamous sect in Colorado City, Arizona; a town run by former FBI fugitive, Warren Jeffs.
She just completed her first independent documentary, titled: “BANISHED. The Lost Boys Of Polygamy.”
Back home in California, the Bay Area native is thrilled to live and work in the Los Angeles area where there’s never a shortage of stories to tell.
Follow Stacey Butler on social media:
Facebook: Stacey Butler
A man described to CBS2/KCAL9 the night four Marines beat him unconscious outside a bar popular among the gay community.
CBS2 and KCAL9 reporter Stacey Butler spoke to grief-stricken parents Friday about losing a son and stepson in a drowning tragedy at Yosemite National Park.
AT&T utility workers came in contact with huge pools of oil Wednesday while doing routine work at 311 244th Street in Carson.
Zachary Cavish misses his young friend.
A Costa Mesa police officer is accused of fooling around — literally — while he was supposed to be on duty.
Newport Beach police Friday shot to death three pit bulls that attacked a woman and her son.
An Orange County businessman has poured thousands of dollars — he says more than $200,000 — of his own money into a campaign to recall three members of the Fullerton City Council.
Hundreds gathered Tuesday night to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of a 14-year-old who was killed in an alleged DUI crash last Memorial Day weekend.
The public’s help is needed to identify a man who tried to kidnap a 15-year-old girl Wednesday morning as she walked to school.
When the sun sets on the next Southland wildfire, firefighters will not be forced to just stand by and watch it burn thanks to some new night-vision technology.
Eder Herrera is speaking for the first time, and only to KCAL9 News, about being wrongly accused of murdering his mother and brother, and his relationship to the alleged serial killer who later admitted to the crimes.
The mother of a mentally ill homeless man who died after he was beaten by Fullerton police has reached a settlement with the city that will pay her $1 million.
Four months after Kelli Groves and her children survived the impossible, she’s speaking out about a horrifying ordeal — the day an 18-wheeler crashed into the back of her car on a bridge near Buellton.
Residents in Costa Mesa took action apprehending an alleged arsonist, who they claim they witnessed trying to start a brush fire in Talbert Regional Park Wednesday.
At a time when many people are worried about retirement money, you might be surprised some people are advising you can actually enjoy life sooner.