Jennifer Holton joined FOX 13 News in March 2018 as a multimedia journalist.
Prior to working at WTVT, she spent three years as an anchor-reporter for WJHG-WECP in Panama City, Florida. During her time in the Panhandle, Jennifer covered Campaign 2016, the presidential inauguration, and moderated several debates and town halls. She also traveled to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to cover the military commissions for the alleged 9/11 co-conspirators.
During the first 100 days of the Trump Administration, Jennifer created a weekly bi-partisan segment for her evening broadcast called “Week in the White House.”
In 2017, she was awarded by the Associated Press for her story on two World War II veterans reunited 70 years after the pilot was saved by Tuskegee Airmen over war-torn Germany.
Before moving to the Sunshine State, Jennifer worked in the Fox News Channel DC Bureau as the executive assistant and online reporter for Greta Van Susteren.
A Cleveland, Ohio native, she is a graduate of the Tim Russert Department of Communications at John Carroll University.
When she’s not reporting, you can find her trying out Tampa’s newest restaurants, running along the Riverwalk or traveling to new sights in Florida!
It's nearly two and a half weeks post-Super Bowl and everyone wants to know the answer – did Florida see a COVID spike?
Tuesday morning, MacDill Air Force Base hosted a memorial service for the lost Port Tampa Cemetery, burial grounds of African American citizens that were essentially forgotten when the base was opened back in 1941.
Teams practiced a 21-gun salute behind Idlewild Baptist Church Monday afternoon, where less than 24 hours from then, Pinellas County Deputy Michael Magli's funeral will be held.
It’s been exactly 76 years to the day since Ed Mahoney landed on Iwo Jima, but put a map in front of him and this Marine is right back on those black-sand beaches.
Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said Deputy Michael Magli gave his life while trying to save others from a reckless and suspected drunk driver. He is the first deputy at the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office to be killed in the line of duty.
When Master Corporal John Seale located the missing Volkswagen SUV and saw little Tinnley Sage West inside, that was the moment the nightmare ended.
Though some flights were delayed and others cancelled altogether, travelers arriving in Tampa from the north Tuesday morning were more than happy to swap their ski jackets for sunglasses.
Kobe Washington, an 8-year-old boy from Punta Gorda, was diagnosed with leukemia back in August. He and his family have been fighting hard, but now they’re hoping the kindness of strangers may save Kobe’s life.
The new antibody treatment, unlike convalescent plasma, is synthetic, and though not FDA approved, has been greenlighted for emergency authorization use.
After the party comes the cleanup, and for Tampa’s waste department, that job began bright and early following the Super Bowl.