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.
Feel free to send a story or idea her way.
The Houston Independent School District tells FOX 26 security will be increased for the North Forest High School graduation on Saturday after a shooting took place at the high school on Wednesday.
Cesar Espinosa, with FIEL, an immigrant rights activist organization believes the community is being used as a political talking point.
Crime is increasing at an alarming rate in Houston, Crime Stoppers reporting a 35% increase in murders alone.
The Fort Bend County District Attorney’s office speaking FOX 26, Tuesday about an officer involved shooting that took the life of 24-year-old Jose Angel by an off-duty officer.
As the clock struck 7 p.m. on Monday, dozens of Houston Methodist employees walked out of their jobs after the hospital put in place a mandatory vaccine deadline.
As hundreds of high school seniors in the Houston area are graduating, a student’s grandmother reached out to FOX 26 with claims that her granddaughter is being unfairly left out.
The Law Harrington Senior Living Center is a first for the state and it lies in Houston’s Third Ward. Executive Director, Ann Robinson, tells FOX 26, there was a need.
Police say two people are now in custody and a total of 10 people were rescued from a human trafficking operation in SW Houston. The youngest a 17-year-old woman.
Galveston officials expect large crowds and spoke to FOX 26, about how to keep you and your family safe.
With the steady rainfall the Houston area has received over the past several weeks, experts are saying it is a guarantee we will see an increase in mosquitos in the next five to seven days.