Tiffany Huertas is known for her in-depth storytelling and her involvement with the community. Tiffany comes from the Rio Grande Valley, where she was a weekend anchor and reporter for KGBT-TV. During her time there, Tiffany covered national stories on immigration, border corruption and challenges young children in detention centers face. Tiffany won an award for Hard News from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists in 2016 for a story about cartel couriers in South Texas. Her work covering Latino issues also earned her an award nomination at the 2016 NAHJ Awards. She was recognized with the Lone Star Flag by state Sen. Eddie Lucio Jr. for her coverage along the Texas-Mexico border. Prior to her time in Texas, Tiffany was a reporter at WJHG-TV in Panama City Beach, Florida, and a writer for WSVN-TV in Miami. Tiffany was part of the first class in Telemundo Network's Media Futures Program. She spent two semesters learning the ins and outs of the Spanish news business. She graduated from Florida International University with a journalism and mass communications degree along with a minor in tourism and political science. Tiffany is dedicated to the community and loves spending time with her family and friends.