Justin Gray joined WHIO-TV's Washington bureau in September 2013. He provides investigative and political reporting from DC as well as live coverage of breaking news in the nation’s capital.
Justin spent the previous 6 years as a reporter at WAGA-TV, The FOX owned and operated station in Atlanta. There he won a 2012 Emmy award as best live reporter. He covered breaking news, crime and politics and often hit the road to cover everything from Hurricanes on the coast to American Idol finales in Hollywood.
Justin also previously worked as a Reporter and Anchor at CN8 News in Philadelphia, WSAZ-TV in his hometown of Charleston, WV and KIEM-TV in Eureka, CA. His first job out of college was working on Capitol Hill for US Senator Jay Rockefeller.
Justin has a Masters degree in Journalism from Columbia University and a Bachelors in History and Political Science from Emory University.
Hospitals with no running water, schools with melting walls...billions of dollars wasted in Afghanistan according to government auditors. It is enough money to build a high speed rail system between Los Angelos and San Francisco, build 500 new schools, and still have billions of dollars left for roads, bridges and ...