Tiffani Tucker anchors 19 Action News at 10PM.
Tiffani got her start in Southern California near her hometown, Palos Verdes. She left sunny California and packed her winter gear to work at WNDU in South Bend, Indiana. There, she was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists for Best Education Coverage. Her next move took her to the "Sunshine State," where she jumped right into action covering the historical 2000 Presidential Election. While at WPEC in West Palm Beach, Tiffani anchored the weekend newscasts. She headed south to Miami covering breaking news stories at WSVN that made headlines across the country, including Hurricanes, Anna Nicole Smith, Fidel Castro, and American Idol.
Tiffani has dedicated more than 15 years to ice skating. Cleveland is where she and her skating partner first tried out, leaving her with fond memories of the city. A short time later the pair made history becoming the first African American National Ice Dance Team. The two won a bronze medal at the U.S. National Championships.
Tiffani is a graduate of Long Beach State in California, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in speech communications. She is also a board member and marketing committee member for Achievement Centers for Children.