Chief Investigative Reporter - KSLA
Stacey Cameron is the chief investigative reporter and executive producer of investigations at KSLA News 12.
In a career spanning two decades, Stacey has been honored with the Sigma Delta Chi Bronze Medallion, seven Regional Edward R. Murrow awards, five Regional EMMY awards, and three Associated Press Reporter of the Year awards. His investigations have changed laws in Louisiana, Kansas, and Missouri, forced high-ranking politicians and law enforcement officials to resign in Louisiana and Oklahoma, and exposed safety hazards inside West Virginia coal mines.
Before joining KSLA News 12 in August of 2017, Stacey covered the news and broke investigations in San Antonio, Texas, Kansas City, Mo., Raleigh, N.C., Oklahoma City, Okla., and Charleston, W.Va.
Prior to his career in journalism, Stacey practiced law in Cincinnati, St. Louis, and New York City, litigating constitutional, trademark, and copyright matters before federal and state bars.
Stacey holds a bachelor of arts in political science and criminal justice from Indiana University, a juris doctor from Syracuse University, and a masters of laws in intellectual property law from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. Stacey also studied broadcast journalism at Ohio University, but left the program seven credits shy of receiving his masters degree to take his first job in broadcasting at WCHS-TV in Charleston, W.V. Six months later, he was field anchoring his station’s breaking news coverage of the Sago mine disaster that killed 12 men in Upshur County, W.V.
Away from the world of investigative journalism, Stacey is married to his beautiful wife, Christie, and he is the father of three precious daughters: Brooklynn, Gabrielle, and Cecilia.