Tiffany McGrath reports for the evening and morning news on News 18.
A native of Enterprise, Tiffany joined the WDHN News Team in July 2017.
Tiffany received her broadcast journalism degree from Troy University. During her time at Troy, she worked at The Radio People in Dothan for 106.7 WKMX, 95.5 WTVY, 103.9 WDBT, and 96.9 WDJR.
After graduation, Tiffany was a freelance assistant and producer for So You Think You Can Dance, Shark Tank's Beyond The Tank, and TLC's Mr. Congeniality.
In her time at News18, Tiffany has reported on a variety of topics including crime, court, schools and local government.
Tiffany's most memorable story was the death of civil rights icon Recy Taylor, who was raped by 6 white men in 1944 in Abbeville. Shortly after Ms. Taylor's passing, Oprah Winfrey visited her grave site. While in the Wiregrass, Tiffany worked to land an interview with Oprah about her visit to the area, Ms. Recy's impact on civil rights in America and the "Me too" Movement.
Tiffany also covered the very significant Coffee County murder trial of Malcom Hunter. The state moved forward in the case, getting a conviction in the disappearance and death of Hunter's ex-girlfriend, without ever having found the victim's body. Tiffany reported extensive coverage of the week-long trial, in the courtroom each day until the verdict was read.
In 2001, 15-year-old Tiffany watched her brother graduate with a broadcast journalism degree from Washington State University. While there, she visited the college's television station and knew right then she wanted to be a reporter.
The Wiregrass is Tiffany's home and she's grateful to be serving her community.
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