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.
Parents of HISD students are not concerned that some teachers are under self-quarantine, but they are worried that spring break travel can bring back the virus to the Houston area.
The university is taking all necessary precautionary steps and working closely with and at the guidance of Harris County Public Health.
In addition to her $450,000 bond, the judge has agreed to a request that if she was able to bond out, she would be under house arrest and would be required to wear a GPS device.
The 18-year-old suffers from a genetic disorder, cystic fibrosis, which has run her body down, causing her to have two lung transplants. She says her second transplant is failing.
In the U.S., at least five people have been diagnosed with Coronavirus. Now the CDC is taking precautionary action by screening travelers from China at 20 different U.S. airports, including Bush Intercontinental.
The family of an employee who died in the explosion at Watson Grinding and Manufacturing Co. has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
Many of the chickens, roosters, rabbits, ducks, parakeets, potbelly pigs, cats, and dogs were in rooms filled with dirt, feces, and urine.
Authorities are still searching for the person who fired celebratory gunfire into the air on New Year's Day, which is believed to have killed a Houston nurse. Andy Kahan with Crime Stoppers says even if this suspect is caught, he or she would only be facing a Class A misdemeanor.
Houston-area children at T.H. Rogers had a snow day. Over 32 tons of snow was shipped in and blanketed the campus courtyard.
The Houston Fire Department demonstrated the importance of Christmas tree safety and shared tips for avoiding a fire.