Tiani Jones is a CBS4 News general assignment reporter. She joined WFOR-TV, CBS4 Miami in April, 2016. Tiani has worked all over the country as an anchor and reporter in television markets such as Lexington, Kentucky; Jacksonville, Florida; Nashville, Tennessee; and Dallas, Texas.
A Colorado native, Tiani grew up in the Denver Metro area, but left the Mile High City for sunny South Florida to study. She graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Broadcast Journalism.
Outside of work, Tiani loves to travel. She’s had adventures throughout Asia, including trips to Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore and Thailand. Tiani has also traveled extensively throughout Europe and counts Paris as one of her favorite cities in the world.
It poured for hours on Saturday night but that didn’t stop the crowds at Ultra from enjoying the second day of the festival.
A 5-year-old was left unconscious with a fractured skull Saturday after he was kicked by a horse in west Miami.
Two jewelry store owners are under arrest and $31 million worth of fake jewelry has been confiscated following a counterfeit bust at a jewelry store in West Miami.
Talk about big shoes to fill.
Former South Dade High School principal Javier Perez thought he was going to The Auto Firm to pick up his old car, which was supposed to be outfitted with hand controls.
Authorities are expected to release more information on a City of Miami Police officer accused of stealing from the same people he was hired to protect.
A Miami police officer has been arrested and charged with stealing from members of the community.
Armed robbers, who remain on the loose, stormed a local business, waving guns at all of the victims which included a child.
A 3-year-old girl underwent emergency surgery overnight after being mauled by a dog in Florida City.
The death of a 6-year-old son is a date on a calendar a father never imagined he’d see.