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.
What once a go-to spot to watch a movie, is now sitting dark behind a fence with construction crews ready to demolish it. The Hollywood 18 movie theater on South Memorial Parkway in Huntsville is yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Donald Trump became the first president in history to be impeached twice. Critics have questioned why with just a few days left in his presidency, and others are looking forward to a Senate trial.
Alabama’s newest Senator, Tommy Tuberville came to town on Wednesday and our crews met up with him to hear his thoughts on this pandemic, the impeachment, and the news that the U.S. Space Command headquarters is coming to the rocket city.
When some people think of human trafficking they think of a white van with free candy written on the side. Local leaders working to end human trafficking said this scenario is not always the case, and the selling of a person is probably happening closer than you think.
Thousands of inmates who are waiting to serve time in state prisons are currently staying in local jails. This is a normal process, but now moving those inmates to state custody is taking longer due to COVID-19.
You may see some social media posts circulating about people getting COVID-19 after getting the vaccine, or even people wondering how long the vaccine takes to make someone immune to the virus. Our crews took these common questions to the experts.
Part of the reason why the school district is growing, Dr. Nichols said is because so many people move to the city because of the school system’s ranking. He said just recently the school district was ranked number one in the state according to NICHE reports.
It will be held on Sunday, January 17th, from 1p.m. to 3 p.m., and leaders said if you have insurance to bring some form of ID and an insurance card. If you do not have insurance you still need your ID.
New technology at Huntsville International Airport might help things go a little bit smoother during holiday traveling. However, health officials still want to warn people about traveling during the pandemic.
We are now learning a person who got the Pfizer vaccine at the Decatur Morgan Hospital had a severe allergic reaction on Tuesday. Several minutes after getting the Pfizer vaccine at the Decatur Morgan Hospital, and while under post vaccine observation someone went into anaphylaxis, according to heal