Lindsey Ragas joined the FOX 10 news team in October of 2022 as a reporter and fill-in anchor.
She’s covered some of the biggest stories in the Valley during that span, including issues with tabulation machines on Election Day, election lawsuits and the subsequent recount for the attorney general’s seat, and Brittney Griner’s release from Russian prison and return home.
Before arriving in Phoenix, Lindsey worked as a reporter in Austin, Texas at CBS Austin. In those 3.5 years, she covered stories such as the deadly winter storm in 2021 when much of central Texas went without water and power for days because of the failure of the power grid; a devastating tornado in 2022 that tore through the homes of Round Rock residents; and the 87th Texas legislature, which came under scrutiny for its restrictive abortion laws. Lindsey also filled in as an anchor on the morning and evening newscasts.
Lindsey’s local news career started as an anchor, reporter and producer in Abilene, Texas at KTXS. For 3 years, she focused specifically on city reporting and led the weekend newscasts as a producer and anchor. In 2017, Lindsey won a Texas Association of Broadcasters award for general assignment reporting.
Lindsey grew up in Southern California. She graduated magna cum laude from San Francisco State University with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts. She was a three-year letterwinner for the San Francisco State cross country and track teams. She once ran a 5:10 mile in high school and holds her high school’s records for 1-, 2- and 3-mile distances.
Lindsey’s passion is to tell hard news stories that inform and connect with communities. If you have ideas for impactful stories about populations who have been underserved or topics that have been ignored, you can reach her by email at email@example.com. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
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