Jennifer Grove joined the FOX19 News Team in March 2011 as a
You can see Jennifer's reports each weeknight during the
evening newscasts and follow her @FOX19Jennifer for updates throughout the day.
As a general assignment reporter Jennifer covers it all;
from helping lead FOX19's investigation of the IRS scandal from Cincinnati to
the halls of Capitol Hill, to pressing elected officials on how they're
choosing to spend your tax dollars, and giving a "voice to the voiceless" as
flood victims deal with unsanitary sewer overflows.
You can often find Jennifer beneath a mound of documents
sifting through legalese and complicated language to pull out the details that
affect you. She takes pride in making the public records requests that bring
policy concerns to light, tracking down local officials in hiding, and seeking
out the other side of the story that is going untold. Jennifer takes FOX19's
Balanced News brand to heart and believes that Journalism is about sharing
context in addition to the facts and telling all sides of a story.
What you may not know is that Jennifer shoots all of her own
video and edits her reports as well. Being a Video Journalist allows her to see
stories through multiple lenses and appreciate the complexity of each
Before coming to the Queen City, Jennifer worked in Myrtle
Beach, South Carolina at FOX19's sister station WMBF-TV. While there, Jennifer
helped to cover all of Mother Nature's major events. She provided national
coverage during the Horry County Wildfire, shared some of the first live
pictures of Darlington, SC tornado damage, and reported live from the coast
whenever hurricanes threatened Carolina waters.
Prior to her time at WMBF, Jennifer freelanced for WNEG-TV
in Toccoa, Georgia where her work included coverage of the 2008 elections.
Jennifer proudly bleeds Red and Black as a graduate of the
University of Georgia. While at UGA, Jennifer double-majored in Spanish and
broadcast news. She also worked as a reporter and producer for the local cable
news program Newsource15.