Tiffany McCall joined the WKRG News 5 as an Online Producer/Reporter in August 2011 and is thrilled to have the opportunity to bring tech-savvy stories to the viewers of the Gulf Coast! Tiffany caught the “news bug” while in high school, where she had the opportunity to bring the morning announcements to her peers in a daily segment called “Around Brookwood in Minutes.” She went on to receive a scholarship in Track and Field to Georgia State University, earning her degree in Journalism and Mass Communications with a minor in English. While attending college in Atlanta, she interned at WAGA Fox 5 News, The CW and Radio One. She also reported news for WRAS Atlanta, Georgia State University’s radio station. Tiffany landed her first paying job in news as a Graphic Artist/Production Assistant at a local news station here in Mobile. Through hard work, she was promoted to Morning News Producer a year later. Tiffany loves the Arts (visual, literary and performing arts), cooking and baking, spending time with family and friends and doing what she can to help others. If you have a story idea, feel free to contact her at email@example.com. She would love to hear from you!
The two entertainment districts in downtown Mobile are now in full swing. That means everyday beginning at 4pm and ending at 2:30 am, you can leave a restaurant or bar with an alcoholic drink as long as you as you stay within the designated boundaries.
More people are receiving food stamps now than ever before. According to the latest numbers released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture says almost 50 million Americans received food assistance every month last year. Here's a look at our local numbers.
Mobile County School officials are raising the bar. Not only to increase the graduation rate, but to ensure that students get their diplomas on time and with a purpose.
Changes are wanted in Prichard, but can the new mayor make a positive impact on the city? The dust has settled from the courtroom battle between Prichard's new mayor Troy Ephriam and the former police chief. Now Mayor Ephriam is opening up about the state of Prichard and his vision for the city.
Thousands of people since 9/11 have had their pocketknives, nail-files, an other sharp items confiscated as they boarded commercial flights, but now some of those restrictions are changing.
The City of Mobile now has entertainment districts, that allows restaurant and bar goers to leave an establishment with an alcoholic beverage in hand. But the passing of this ordinance isn't making every business owner happy.
Toxicology reports show that USA freshman Gil Collar ingested the hallucinogenic drug minutes before he was shot to death by a campus police officer. The drug is called 25-I.
News 5 now knows just how much the City of Mobile charged Carnival Cruise Lines to dock the Triumph at the Alabama Cruise Terminal. The price is surprising to a lot of people.
Thursday marks two weeks since the Carnival Triumph limped it's way to the Alabama Cruise Terminal. It's parked far from public, with hardly any updated information about its recovery. So just how close can you get to the ship? Today News 5 set out on a quest to find out.
The City of Mobile continues to ramp up for the arrival of Airbus. Today the city council votes to put your tax dollars to use - approving thousands for renovations for office space at the Brookley Aerospace.
The family of a murder victim gunned down in his yard is moving out of their home just one day after the crime.
Schools across the nation are improving according to new statistics. The high school graduation rate is the highest it's been since 1976, and the numbers are looking better locally too.
Residents in the City of Chicksaw headed to the polls to vote on a property tax increase that would help to fund its newly incorporated school system.
The national average for a gallon of regular gasoline hit $3.73 today. That's up 43 cents from last month. In Mobile, they've increased40 cents from four weeks ago.
Thousands of passengers were bused out of the city, but for those whose families drove in town to pick them up, getting a good hot shower and a good night's rest were the priority.
Mayor Sam Jones says his first priority will be helping the passengers make it home, but notes handling this cruise crisis will prove the city can handle a bigger ship.
We're in the middle of flu season, but when it comes to children, parents should also be aware of RSV or the Respiratory Syncytial Virus. It's a virus that attacks the lungs.
It's been over a month since a tornado tore through Mobile on Christmas Day - and recovery is slow whether you have insurance or not.
Have you noticed gas prices are on the rise again? News 5 hit the streets to see how prices are affecting your wallet.
The concept of having a Downtown Entertainment District sounds good to many business owners on Dauphin Street, but a major issue continues to be parking.