Tiffany Neely

Tiffany Neely


Jonesboro, Arkansas

Tiffany Neely is an anchor for Good Morning Region 8. She's a native southerner with a love for writing, community service, and animals.

Tiffany started her television career at age 20 as a full-time television representative for Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County, while at the same time working toward a degree at University of Memphis and serving as an intern at WMC Action News 5.

After graduating cum laude from U of M with a major in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science, Tiffany was accepted into the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism with a fellowship. While in graduate school, she also interned with the FOX affiliate in Oakland, California, KTVU.

She graduated in 2014 with honors and a Master's degree with a focus in broadcast journalism.

Her first job in TV news was as a reporter for Action News Now in Chico, California. She later returned to her southern roots as a reporter and fill-in anchor at WBBJ in Jackson, Tennessee.

Tiffany returned to her hometown in Memphis, Tennessee and continued her career where it started at WMC Action News 5 as a reporter and fill-in anchor.

Now she is pursuing her anchoring career and is happy to call Region 8 her new home.

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Recent Articles by Tiffany

University offers alternative to student loans

10 TN sites set to be on U.S. Civil Rights Trail

Porter-Leath looking for foster parents

Memphis students reject bill that deregulates natural hair industry

St. Jude is 1 of 9 institutions that help create the yearly flu vaccine

Collierville boy, 6, undergoes open heart surgery

Woman pushes for change after SUV crashes into her home

Man charged in NBA star's murder pleads not guilty on all counts

2-day clinic offers free dental care for Mid-South

  Husband admits killing missing wife, sentenced to 28 years in prison

SCS awards teachers for exceptional work

Weather adds to dangerous conditions for first responders

Sanitation strikers receive NAACP Vanguard Award

Without own lottery, Mississippians cross border for Powerball shot

Crews prep Liberty Bowl field ahead of bowl game

Volunteers hand out Christmas meals for those in need

MPD surprises burglary victims with gifts

Students stuff backpacks for Calvary Rescue Mission

Bride, groom trying to get to wedding after flight delays in Atlanta

St. Jude scientists aid middle schoolers with science project

Superintendent responds to grade changing scandal

FedEx helps deliver new winter coats to Memphis students

Drivers pulled over, surprised with holiday cheer

Man killed in morning hit-and-run

Students donate pajamas to less fortunate

Student organizes basketball tournament with law enforcement

Memphis Zoo monkey tested for rare illness after nosebleeds

Explosion at Arlington business sends debris through company wall

Organizations work to give teens bikes on Giving Tuesday

Black Friday rush sees long lines for deals