Tiffany Justice joins FOX 26 Houston as a reporter from Utah. She previously was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at KUTV a local CBS affiliate station in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Justice is an Emmy-award winning journalist who truly enjoys informing viewers on current events down to local communities, cities and top headlines nationwide.
Before joining FOX 26, Justice was a weekend morning anchor and reporter in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for a local ABC affiliate KOCO5 News. She began her career in Bend, Oregon a beautiful town in Central Oregon two hours outside of Portland.
Tiffany Justice is originally from a small farming city 40 minutes outside of Salt Lake City, called West Point. As a young girl she can remember running through the fields and farm land near her home.
That's where she believes her love for the outdoors comes from. Justice loves to get outside. she's an avid runner and will take on a good run or mountain hike any day.
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It’s already been a record breaking year when it comes to early voting for Harris County. And the fun doesn’t stop there, this weekend MTV is rolling in for a one day event at the Toyota Center.
A Clear Creek High School student is saying she was racially harassed and injured by three Galveston County deputies on Monday for not wearing her face mask appropriately on Monday.
One of the largest school districts in the Houston area is seeing a drop in enrollment due to COVID-19.
Houston ISD says a total of 16 Houston ISD schools were temporarily closed and transitioned to virtual instruction due to reported or presumed COVID-19 cases on their campuses.
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is once again dealing with another deputy currently being hospitalized with COVID-19. The senior deputy is in intensive care at a hospital in Kingwood.
The First Unitarian Universalist Church off of Fannin is telling us they’ve been vandalized once more. Reverend Colin Bossen believes the two are not coincidental.
A local church off of Fannin Street tells FOX 26 they have been repeatedly hit by vandals stealing their BLM flags and banners.
Starting Wednesday, all of Fort Bend County's early voting sites will extend the hours this week to 7 p.m. to ensure safe, fair, and accessible elections.
Galveston County Judge Mark Henry said Delta has slightly expanded, which means we can expect slightly stronger winds, 30-35 miles per hour.
Cybercrimes are on the rise and it's more important than ever to secure your devices and logins.