Tiffany Jones

Tiffany Jones


Wilmington, NC

Tiffany is a proud mother and Carolina girl, born and raised in Fayetteville. She began her media career in high school, where a summer internship blossomed into an eight-year career at The Fayetteville Observer.

She attended school at Methodist University and transferred to UNC-Pembroke, where she earned her broadcasting degree and discovered her passion for producing.

She graduated in December 2013 and 15 days later, she became the proud mother of a beautiful baby girl.

Tiffany grew up around broadcast media, with both parents in the field. Her mother, Omega, is a radio personality in the Fayetteville area. Her dad, Darvin, retired as a television news photographer in the state’s top market.

She has lived in North Carolina her entire life and is a die-hard fan of the Carolina Panthers.


  • Merit Scholarship at Methodist University


  • UNC-Pembroke, Mass Communication - Broadcasting

Recent Articles by Tiffany

  Peaceful protester calls use of pepper spray ‘unjustifiable'; sheriff’s office defends crowd dispersal method

  Wilmington to honor local member of Black 14 with proclamation Saturday

  Wilmington’s R&B connection returns with new urban radio station

Man arrested for assault following Carolina Beach Rd. incident

  Planning commission approves conditional use permit for Wake N Bake to serve alcohol; Town Council to vote April 8

  Freeman Park anticipated to remain closed through weekend

  Weekend closures of Cape Fear Memorial Bridge aren’t over yet

Hurricane survivors get information on housing assistance, repairs at resource fair

Whiteville city leaders vote unanimously to form joint flood study committee

Cucalorus Festival gets $20k grant from National Endowment for the Arts

Cold case anniversary: 32 years later, brutal murder remains unsolved

  FEMA flood mitigation workshop coming to Whiteville on Monday

  ‘How do you turn on the Kid Channel?’: Smart little boy Rings up dad in cute viral video

  Paid parking coming to Oak Island; false alarm violations to be penalized

Blueberry Pancake Breakfast offers first taste of 2019 festival season

  Brunswick County becomes first in North Carolina to offer remote video inspections

  Construction begins for permanent bridge on U.S. 421

  TRAFFIC ALERT: Month-long lane closures on S. College Rd., Wooster St. for sewer work to begin Monday

  Child taken to hospital after wreck involving Pender Co. sheriff’s deputy

HAVE YOU SEEN THEM: Authorities looking for Walmart larceny suspects

  Hampstead community pushes for incorporation

  Wilmington one step closer to possibly becoming first WWII Heritage City

New $2.6 million ministry center to bring place of worship, gathering for community

  Celebrating Black History Month: A timeline of black excellence in the Port City

  UNCW breaks ground on multi-million dollar student housing complex

  Investigators identify man killed after car crash, fall from bridge

  Planning commission removes itself from special use permit process

Injuries reported in multi-vehicle accident involving ambulance

Myrtle Beach man pleads guilty to selling ‘speedball’ that caused death of woman dumped in Columbus County

  Pender County’s economy sees growth despite Hurricane Florence