Tiffany Neely

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. Please feel free to reach out to Tiffany:

Recent Articles by Tiffany

Apps help fight winter blues

Doctors create quick simple quiz to help others identify heart attack risk factors

Student trains service dog for veteran

Sloan-Hendrix teacher awarded Teacher of the Month-January

Study finds one workout can have prolonged effects on metabolism

Man goes through drastic transformation after change in lifestyle

Woman in her 20s finds life-threatening blood clot

Fitness apps help with new year’s resolutions

New survey finds more Americans run into debt for the holidays

A new study details link between obesity and asthma

Experts say there’s pressure to buy more

Mental health clinic opens in Walmart

Fast food restaurants hiring more senior citizens

Apps help shoppers prepare for Black Friday

Pet care apps to help make caring for a furry family member easier

Woman creates website to decrease delay time for next of kin notifications

New CDC recommendation causes shortage of Shingles vaccine

Team gives transplant patients hope with 3D printed cells

Brightwell honored with October Teacher of the Month Award

Doctors recommend early detection for best success rate against breast cancer