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.
FBISD administrators have been working with families to say that their district has made a collected effort to include families in their safety plans.
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After being shot in the garage, Bradley was able to make his way inside his home where he was discovered by his wife later that day.
An ammonia leak has forced the disposal of 1.8 million pounds of food at the Houston Food Bank just over a week before Thanksgiving.
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Houston Police Department will now become one of the largest police forces in the country to allow its officers to wear religious clothing while on the job.
While FOX 26 was live in downtown Houston, we witnessed Guy handing out coats to people out in the cold.
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It's unclear why the victim was followed into a home full of people.
Lamar Burks says he was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1997 and high-profile attorney Ben Crump says he's going to get him an evidentiary hearing.