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

  Completed ramp on I-565 causing traffic confusion, delays for Toyota Field

  Huntsville go-to movie theater to be demolished soon

  ‘I Vote Madison’ working with city leaders, community members

  Alabama’s vaccine rollout compared to Tennessee

  Can your workplace require you to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

  Family looking for answers after they say a 91-year-old cancer patient doesn’t get COVID-19 vaccine

  No lottery in Alabama means many are going to Tennessee for their chance at winning big

  Impeachment expert weighs in on proceedings

  Protesters use makeshift body bags to share a message

  U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville talks about U.S. Space Command, impeachment and more

  Morgan County Sheriff’s Office investigator hurt by bull returns to work

  Here’s how North Alabamians are working to end human trafficking

  COVID-19 impacting DOC picking up inmates

  Priceville Police Department working to combat crimes in homes

  Organization donates 45 pizzas and desserts to veteran’s home

  Expert answers questions about immunity and the COVID-19 vaccine

  Distilleries, breweries that helped make hand sanitizer could now face a fee

  Nurse in quarantine says her online grocery order never came

  Madison City Schools superintendent says he has plans for student population growth

  Madison city leaders working to help rescue dogs and cats

  Broadband connectivity program for students in need extended

  Body of Christ Church plans to host flu shot clinic in January

  Re-zoning ordinances pass in Madison leaving residents upset

  Food Bank of North Alabama works to make sure nobody goes hungry this holiday season

  Travel safety during the pandemic, holidays

  Leaders with Downtown Rescue Mission prepare to feed the homeless over the holiday

  ADPH leaders announce one person went into anaphylaxis after vaccine

  First Baptist Church Huntsville to temporarily suspend in-person worship after holiday services

  Breaking down what the COVID-19 relief bill means for you

  Help for domestic abuse victims