I am a news manager and produce many of WHNT News 19’s special projects. I have been working here since October of 2005, but I have been hanging around this station for a good chunk of my life! Growing up in Huntsville, it was a huge dream of mine to work at WHNT.

When I was a student at Buckhorn High School, I started coming to WHNT to job shadow and learn about the business. I knew right away this was the right career path for me. After graduating from Buckhorn in 2001, I headed down to the “loveliest village on the plains” to get my degree in Mass Communication. I spent 4 of the best years of my life at Auburn, and you will still find me at most home games cheering on those Auburn Tigers! War Eagle!

After graduating from Auburn in 2005, I was very blessed to be offered a job as a producer straight out of college. I started as the weekend producer, worked my way up to producing WHNT News 19 This Morning, and then was named Executive Producer of WHNT NEWS 19 at 10pm. I am now a member of the news management team and produce WHNT News 19 at 5. I am proud to have been awarded with 3 regional Emmy awards and an Edward R. Murrow award for some of the special projects that I have produced. I have also been recognized several times by the Associated Press and Alabama Broadcasters Association for some of my work.

Working at WHNT really is a dream come true for me. I am so happy to be in my hometown sharing stories with the wonderful people of the Tennessee Valley.

On a personal note, I became Tiffany Golden Morris on March 21, 2015 and now call the quaint town of Trinity home with my husband, Isaiah.

Recent Articles
  • Harry Potter fans rejoice: A new installment of the series is coming

    (CNN) – If you thought “Harry Potter” was over and done with, think again.  An eighth installment of the series will come out this summer. It’s not a traditional book. Instead, it will be a hardback version of the script book for the two-part play, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.”  The play opens on July 30th in London. The publisher announced on its website today that the script will be released as a book the following day, which just […]

  • Ford recalls Ranger pickups because the air bag can explode

    DETROIT (AP)  Ford is recalling nearly 391,000 Ranger pickups because the driver’s air bag inflators can explode with too much force and cause injuries. The recall covers trucks from 2004 through 2006 in the U.S. and Canada. It comes just days after the government announced that a South Carolina man was killed when an inflator exploded in December. Joel Knight died when he was struck in the neck by metal shrapnel after his 2006 Ranger hit a cow in the […]

  • Tennessee teacher creates Adele parody about snow days

    According to Time.com a third-grade teacher from Strawberry Plains, Tennessee has created a very elaborate parody of Adele’s “Hello.”  This parody is all about snow days, and apparently Mary Morris really loves them! Morris teaches at Rush Strong School and performed this parody for her fellow teachers. After positive reviews, she got a friend to help her make the music video. The video is six minutes long, but worth the watch!      

  • Britax recalls over 71,000 infant seats; handles can break

    Britax Child Safety is recalling more than 71,000 infant car seats because the carrying handles can break. The recall covers the B-Safe 35, the B-Safe 35 Elite and the B-Safe 35 Travel System made from Oct. 1, 2014 to July 1, 2015. Documents posted Thursday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration say the seats have handles that can develop cracks that can lead to fractures. Britax says it received 74 complaints about handles cracking or breaking. One infant suffered […]

  • Disney Recalls Infant Bodysuits

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of Disney infant bodysuits due to a choking hazard. The Darth Vader and Disneyland 60th anniversary onesies are part of the recall. The snaps on the bodysuits can detach, potentially choking a child. No incidents or injuries were reported from the bodysuits, which sold in Walt Disney World, Disneyland and several Disney cruise ships in 2015 for about $20. About 10,000 are being recalled. Disney is providing refunds for the bodysuits. […]

  • Powerball memes to cure your blues from not winning

    So, you didn’t win the biggest jackpot in U.S. history Saturday night. That doesn’t mean you can’t find some humor in the situation. Powerball memes have been going viral since it was announced the jackpot has now reached $1.3 billion. Here are some we thought would get you laughing. Don’t get too down. Another drawing is Wednesday night!  

  • Powerball Frenzy: Just How Rich Would You Be

    How many of you are heading up to Tennessee? Maybe you got in on a work lottery pool? With more than $700 million on the line, Powerball frenzy is intense! Business is only going to continue to boom before Saturday night’s big drawing. So, if you won the biggest jackpot in U.S. history, just how rich would you be?  According to CNN,  you would make more with one ticket than some of the world’s highest paid celebrities. For example, your […]

  • Justice shoppers could be in for some money back from the popular retail store

    If you have a preteen girl at home, you have probably been to a Justice store on more than one occasion. What you may not know is that the retailer is involved in a class action lawsuit, and you may be owed money. You might get a postcard in the mail to notify you about the $50.8 million class action settlement involving Justice teen/tween stores. Nearly 19 million people nationwide are eligible for money back. Customers say the retailer misled […]

  • Huntsville Fire & Rescue issues warning on hoverboards

    Huntsville, Ala. (WHNT) – Hoverboards may be the one of the hottest gifts this holiday season, but that doesn’t make them the safest. Huntsville Fire & Rescue is now sharing information about safety concerns. They shared the following warning on the Huntsville Fire & Rescue Facebook page. The popular present has reportedly burst into flames in at least 10 states. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is working overtime to figure out why. Amazon stopped selling most models.  You also can’t […]

  • Madison County now offering pistol permit applications online

    Madison County, Ala. (WHNT) – Starting  December 1st, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office will offer concealed weapon pistol permit applications online.  Applicants can go to the Sheriff’s Office website. “We’re a large, metropolitan county and pistol permits are only issued by the sheriff,” said Chief Deputy David Jernigan, “so we have a lot of citizens that are seeking to get this privilege and we felt that we needed to be a little bit more responsive.” You will be directed to create […]

  • How to view Google’s awesome Star Wars Easter egg

    SOURCE: CNN Wire NEW YORK — Google “a long time ago in a galaxy far far away,” and you’ll see one of the better jokes that Google has hidden in its search code. Instead of the usual Google list of blue-fonted links against a sterile white background, the search term from the famous opening movie line summons a “Star Wars” style opening crawl, with the yellow-fonted links receding into space. The Easter egg is mimicking the opening credits of the […]

  • Saturday jury deliberations lead to guilty verdict in Shoals murder trial

    FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – Members of a Lauderdale County jury spent their Saturday night deliberating a man’s fate. They returned a guilty verdict for Jeremy Williams in Florence. They went with the lesser charge of intentional murder instead of capital murder The judge charged the jury before 5:00 Saturday evening, which starts the deliberation process. Jurors went with the lesser charge of intentional murder instead of capital murder for the November 2013 murder of Brioni Rutland. The medical examiner testified […]