Tiffany Thompson

Tiffany Thompson


Huntsville, AL

Growing up in Palm Beach Florida Tiffany spent the majority of her time as an equestrian competitor traveling and competing in horse shows throughout the United States. Tiffany graduated from the University of Central Florida, (the second largest University in the country, Go Knights) where she earned her bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism and minored in Legal Studies. Tiffany produced, anchored, and reported for the student-run news organization Kightly News, and was the Vice President of the UCF Mock Trial Team.

Following graduation, Tiffany packed her bags and moved to Middle Georgia to report for WGXA News where she covered stories ranging from Commission meetings to Crime and Court stories. Tiffany was one of the reporters that first broke the story about the murder of college student Anitra Gunn. She also reported on other court cases involving the murdered school teacher Tara Grinstead, and the two slain police officers, Christopher Monica and Curtis Billue, who were allegedly ambushed by inmates during transport.

Tiffany enjoys being involved in the community and talking with people. She is really looking forward to living in Huntsville, meeting new people, and exploring new areas. When Tiffany isn't chasing the latest story she is chasing after her three dogs and her horse Stella. She enjoys trail riding, hiking, and spending time with her husband.


  • University of Central Florida

Recent Articles by Tiffany

  Huntsville crews confirm 1 fatality in Broadmor Road house fire

  What you need to know about this weekend’s U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open

  Paralyzed Veterans of America racing team prepares for weekend racing

  Huntsville state veterans home gets new CDC COVID-19 vaccination program

  More than just a competition: Talking to an athlete days before U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open

  Students’ sweet potato bill heading to Governor Ivey’s desk for signature, according to lawmakers

  Update: Huntsville City Schools, city’s project to move central offices

  Von Braun Center leaders talk about masking, capacity requirements

  Von Braun Center warns community of scams

  Governor Ivey awards money to help combat homelessness

  Some state lawmakers are working to block vaccine passports, others support passports

  What does Gov. Ivey’s new health order mean for local businesses?

  Alabama home delivery of alcoholic beverages one step closer

  The next steps for the Decatur city mask order

  Local ABA basketball team makes late 17-year-old honorary War Dawg

  Former Vice President of Space Camp sues U.S. Space and Rocket Center

Huntsville church hosts drive-thru communion and other ways of worshipping

  Huntsville Vaccine Initiative: Helping people find a COVID vaccine appointment

  Limestone County Mega Fair in Athens this week

  Luxury apartment complex in the works at Town Madison

  Drake State offers free construction classes

  Cullman Regional launches online appointment scheduling

  Faith leaders call on changes to Madison County Pre-Trial Intervention Program

  A new park will open at Johnson Legacy Center

  NAACP and others weigh in on voting bills on the table

  Huntsville Mayor says mask mandate will expire in Madison Co. April 9

  Controversy sparks over bill that could change the voting system

  A True lifesaver: 7-month-old Huntsville baby needs bone marrow donor

  Morgan County Schools say remote learning allows school on severe weather days

  Congressman Mo Brooks announces his run for Senate; Protestors rally against it