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.
Multiple families were forced out of their homes at Serenity Apartments in Huntsville on Thursday after several units were considered unsafe to live in. On Friday our crews spoke with more residents, who tell us their apartments are just as bad as the condemned ones.
Mysterious seeds from overseas are showing back up on North Alabama door steps. Truman Campbell in Arab called us to let us know he recently got a random envelope in the mail without a return address and labeled from Singapore.
A preschool owner outraged over the idea of two new hotels popping up right next door leaves the developers reconsidering. As of Thursday night, the developers tell our crews they are no longer pursuing the property close to the daycare.
Two new hotels could possibly be coming to West Huntsville, but instead of being excited about the possible growth many residents in a close neighborhood are outraged. Those same residents took their outrage to a zoning meeting on Tuesday.
Decatur’s only brewery closing it’s doors this Halloween. Last call for the Cross Eyed Owl Brewing Company will be October 31st. The brewery was impacted like so many other small businesses in the area by COVID-19.
You may see some younger faces if you vote in-person on November third. Marshall County probate Judge Andrea Lecroy said this is their first time they’re using student poll workers in a general election. She also said they have used them before in the runoff election this election cycle. She explain
More affordable housing options are coming in Huntsville , after the city and the Huntsville Housing Authority are awarded a $1.3 million Choice Neighborhood Planning Grant from The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
New women were elected for local government positions in both Madison City and Triana this week. Our crews sat down with both women to find out why they chose to run, and what projects they plan to tackle first when sworn in.
Martin Luther King Jr. once talked about the 11 o’clock hour on Sunday morning being one of the most segregated hours in Christian America. A statement that church leaders told our crews they are actively working to combat.
Mudslinging one day before the runoff election for Huntsville City Council District 5. Councilman Will Culver tells our crews he’s planning to sue his competitor after a flyer went out with what he said are slanderous allegations.
Hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding is up for grabs. This money is divvied out to different states and cities, but if you don’t fill out your Census, your community won’t get it’s fair share.
COVID-19 hit hard economically, including the state’s tourism industry. Now Governor Kay Ivey is hoping to change that by using $10 million of CARES ACT funding. This money, will go to help promote attractions all across the state.