Lacey Crisp has moved around a lot for her job, most recently she worked in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but she’s no stranger to the dairy state. Lacey was the Appleton bureau reporter for WGBA, a sister station of TODAY’S TMJ4 in Green Bay. Lacey also worked in the hometown of Elvis, in Memphis, TN but she began her career as weekend anchor/reporter at WDAZ in Grand Forks.
While in Grand Forks, Lacey won a first place Eric Sevareid award from the Northwest Broadcast News Association for investigative reporting. She uncovered city officials trying to sell a building the city didn’t own.
Lacey is a proud graduate of the University of Minnesota. She has degrees in broadcast journalism and political science. She is originally from the small town of Chester, South Dakota.
While Lacey has enjoyed living in different parts of the county, Lacey and her husband, Mike, are excited to be closer to family and friends. Mike’s family is from Fond du Lac. Lacey and Mike were married in Door County. They have two daughters, Addison and Aubrey. Addison loves chasing around the family dog, a Shih Tzu named Bella. Lacey enjoys running, going to sporting events and frequenting many area coffee shops.