Tiffany Gibson
Digital News Assistant Enterprise Editor

Tiffany Gibson has worked for the Oklahoman since August 2011 and is a member of the enterprise team and digital desk. In addition to writing and web editing, she also creates multimedia features for the website and maintains social media accounts. A Tennessee native, Tiffany is a Lady Vols fan and rollergirl.


  • Trivia Tuesday: Oklahoma parks, rivers and lakes

    Tiffany Gibson,Linda Lynn | Updated: Tue, May 24, 2016

    How much do you know about Oklahoma's rivers, lakes and parks? Put your knowledge to the test. Check out the video above for the first set of questions and take our bonus round below. Questions compiled by Linda Lynn Q1: What is the oldest and largest state park in Oklahoma? a.      Turner Falls Park b.      Robbers Cave State Park c.      Lake Murray State Park d.      Little Blue Disney State Park (Note: One of these is the oldest park in Oklahoma, just not the oldest state park.) Q2: Which river is known for Olympic kayak and canoe

  • Memorial Day Instameet planned for Oklahoma City National Memorial

    Tiffany Gibson | Updated: Mon, May 23, 2016

    Have any Memorial Day plans? Come out to the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum to join us for an Instameet.  We'll explore the Memorial and tour the museum from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, May 30. Bedford's Camera & Video will also be on hand to answer questions and let photographers test out equipment. Plus, anyone who signs up for the Instameet and gets a badge will be able to tour the museum for free. Sounds like a good way to spend Memorial Day, right? Spread the word. We hope to see you there.

  • Coming Soon: OKC Police Detectives Discuss Daniel Holtzclaw Investigation

    Coming Soon: OKC Police Detectives Discuss...

    BY Tiffany Gibson, tgibson@oklahoman.com | Updated: Tue, May 10, 2016

    The Oklahoman's Adam Kemp recaps the case and trial of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw. In Kemp's upcoming series, "Hunting Holtzclaw," investigators discuss how they put the pieces together.

  • Top 10 Oklahoma precincts for Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton

    Top 10 Oklahoma precincts for Donald Trump,...

    Tiffany Gibson,Silas Allen | Updated: Fri, May 6, 2016

    Donald Trump has emerged as the presumptive Republican nominee this week after Ohio Gov. John Kasich dropped out of the race. And with Hillary Clinton still leading Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, we decided to take a look at the top 10 Oklahoma precincts that went strongest for Clinton and Trump back in March.

  • Writer's Room Podcast - Reporting on Oklahoma's undocumented residents

    By Ben Felder, Tiffany Gibson | Updated: Wed, May 4, 2016

    Watchdog reporter Ben Felder talks about his recent story on undocumented Oklahomans, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program and the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents.

  • Oklahoma Earthquake Report: How many did we have in the last 30 days?

    Tiffany Gibson | Updated: Tue, May 3, 2016

    How many earthquakes did we have in the last 30 days? And where? Here's a heat map of where the quakes occurred from April 2 - May 2: And here's a look at the 53 reports with at least 3.0 quake magnitudes and county data, according to the Oklahoma Geological Survey: We publish a recap map at the end of every month, looking back on the last 30 days of earthquakes. You can also find more information and report a quake at NewsOK.com/Earthquakes.

  • Trivia Tuesday: Festival of the Arts

    Trivia Tuesday: Festival of the Arts

    Tiffany Gibson,Linda Lynn | Updated: Mon, Apr 18, 2016

    You know what time it is!  Put your Oklahoma history knowledge to the test. Check out the video above for the first set of questions and take our bonus round below. Questions compiled by Linda Lynn Q1: What anniversary is the Festival of the Arts celebrating this year? a.      30th b.      25th c.      100th d.      50th Q2: This year, the Festival of the Arts is in Bicentennial Park. In and near what area had it been held the past 30 years? a.      Myriad Botanical Gardens b.      The

  • Writer's Room Podcast - Filing Day

    BY Tiffany Gibson, tgibson@oklahoman.com | Updated: Fri, Apr 15, 2016

    Enterprise reporter Juliana Keeping talks about covering the first day of filing at the state Capitol. The three-day filing window began Wednesday and continues through Friday. We also hear from Bryan Dean, public information officer for the state Election Board, about how this year's filing period is breaking records.

  • Take a tour of the OKC streetcar route

    Take a tour of the OKC streetcar route

    Tiffany Gibson,Matt Patterson | Updated: Wed, Apr 13, 2016

    Oklahoma City streetcar services are expected to begin in 2018. Watch the video above for a tour of the downtown route and all of the districts it covers.

  • Let's talk about severe weather this spring

    Let\'s talk about severe weather this spring

    Tiffany Gibson | Updated: Mon, Apr 11, 2016

    Have questions about severe weather? Join Rick Smith, warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office, for a special weather chat on NewsOK.com at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 12.  Readers will be able to submit their questions as early at 10:30 a.m. You can find a link to the chat at NewsOK.com Tuesday morning.

  • Oklahoma's GOP delegates explained in two minutes

    BY Ben Felder and Tiffany Gibson | Updated: Mon, Apr 4, 2016

    Here's a video explainer on Oklahoma's GOP delegates. Read more about the breakdown in The Oklahoman on Sunday.

  • Oklahoma Earthquake Report: 3.0, higher quakes decline in last 30 days

    Tiffany Gibson | Updated: Fri, Apr 1, 2016

    The number of 3.0 and greater magnitude earthquakes in Oklahoma declined in March.  Here's a heat map of where the quakes occurred from March 1 - March 30: Earthquake battle shakes into northwestern Oklahoma Oklahoma among highest earthquake risk, according to USGS report And here's a look at the 50 reports with at least 3.0 quake magnitudes and county data, according to the Oklahoma Geological Survey: We publish a recap map at the end of every month, looking back on the last 30 days of earthquakes. You can also find more information and report a quake at NewsOK.com/Earthquakes.

  • Trivia Tuesday: Famous Oklahomans, State History

    Trivia Tuesday: Famous Oklahomans, State History

    Tiffany Gibson,Linda Lynn | Updated: Thu, Mar 24, 2016

    Time for some trivia! Put your Oklahoma history knowledge to the test. Check out the video above for the first set of questions and take our bonus round below. Questions compiled by Linda Lynn Q1: What was the first bill signed into law by the Oklahoma Legislature? a.      Boot Hill Law b.      Oklahoma Historical Preservation Act c.      Prohibition d.      Jim Crow Law Q2: What year were women first called to jury duty in Oklahoma County? a.      1952 b.     1923

  • Writer's Room Podcast - Mental Illness in the Criminal Justice System

    BY Tiffany Gibson, tgibson@oklahoman.com | Updated: Mon, Mar 21, 2016

    Health reporter Jaclyn Cosgrove talks about the latest installment in her Epidemic Ignored series, focusing on mental health in the criminal justice system. She details the life of Justus Skyler Cobbs, a 21-year-old man who is being housed at a prison, although he has a long history of mental health issues and is developmentally delayed. Be sure to pick up a copy of Sunday's paper to read the full story.

  • Oklahoma Earthquakes report: Looking back at the last 30 days

    By Tiffany Gibson, tgibson@oklahoman.com | Updated: Wed, Mar 2, 2016

    Your monthly earthquake report is in. Here's a heat map of where the 3.0 and greater magnitude quakes occurred from Jan. 31 - Feb. 29.

  • Video highlights of Super Tuesday

    Video highlights of Super Tuesday

    Tiffany Gibson | Updated: Wed, Mar 2, 2016

    Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders scored primary victories in Oklahoma on Tuesday night. But if you missed it, here's all of our video coverage as the results rolled in: Super Tuesday Coverage - 7 p.m. [brightcove]4782108365001[/brightcove] Kelly Dyer Fry, Phil O'Connor, Dave Morris and Bryan Dean with the state election board discuss voter turn out.  Super Tuesday Coverage - 7:15 p.m. [brightcove]4782132284001[/brightcove] Political Science Professors Jeanette Mendez and Keith Gaddie discuss political environment leading up to today's primaries.  Super Tuesday Coverage - 7:30 p.m.

  • Writer's Room - The Precinct

    By Tiffany Gibson | Updated: Fri, Feb 26, 2016

    Enterprise editor Phil O'Connor and reporter Matt Patterson discuss their latest project, The Precinct. For the past month, we've spoken to voters in a unique Oklahoma City precinct about their candidate selections. Here's what we found and what we expect to see on Super Tuesday.

  • Trivia Tuesday: Black History Month

    Trivia Tuesday: Black History Month

    Tiffany Gibson,Linda Lynn | Updated: Tue, Feb 23, 2016

    It's Black History Month, so we took our trivia to Myriad Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City and put a few people to the test. Watch the video to see how they did. You can also play along and participate in our bonus round below. Questions compiled by Linda Lynn Q1: Frederick Douglass Moon was the first black person elected to what governing body? a.      The Oklahoma City School Board b.      The Oklahoma Legislature c.      The Oklahoma City Council Q2: Which Oklahoma college was established for black students when it was founded in 1897?

  • Writer's Room Podcast - Let's talk about Oklahoma's mental health system

    BY Tiffany Gibson, tgibson@oklahoman.com | Updated: Tue, Feb 9, 2016

    For decades, federal researchers and Oklahoma officials have warned of the consequences of not making a long-term investment in mental health, and for decades, those warnings have been largely ignored. Health reporter Jaclyn Cosgrove talks about the first installment in her series “Epidemic Ignored,” which is a yearlong investigation into Oklahoma’s mental health system. We also hear from Commissioner Terri White, of the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, and Gov. Mary Fallin.

  • Looking back at the last 30 days of Oklahoma earthquakes

    Looking back at the last 30 days of Oklahoma...

    By Tiffany Gibson, tgibson@oklahoman.com | Updated: Mon, Feb 8, 2016

    More than 300 earthquakes have been recorded since the start of the New Year. Here's a heat map of where the quakes occurred from Jan. 9 - Feb. 8.




Tiffany Gibson Tue, May. 24 2016 10:30:38 PM CST RT @WNBA: Candace Parker is putting on a clinic in Chicago with 24pts & 8rbs through 3. Sparks up 77-56. #WatchMeWork https://t.co/dvGwfni0…
Tiffany Gibson Tue, May. 24 2016 01:43:41 PM CST A @NewsOK videographer is looking for Oklahoma earthquake footage. Shaking shelves, damage, etc. Have any? Upload: https://t.co/ZdcTn3jegc
Tiffany Gibson Tue, May. 24 2016 11:44:12 AM CST RT @NewsOK: #TriviaTuesday: Oklahoma parks, rivers and lakes https://t.co/MMpLWdJxTY https://t.co/xHGyRgPMRF
Tiffany Gibson Fri, May. 20 2016 04:05:40 PM CST RT @NewsOK: Oklahoma governor vetoes anti-abortion bill https://t.co/bsF07xVGlR https://t.co/rJhcu01qjh
Tiffany Gibson Thu, May. 19 2016 03:05:07 PM CST @brettselby Thanks so much!
Tiffany Gibson Thu, May. 19 2016 02:56:53 PM CST @brettselby Whoa. Scary. Glad you're safe Brett. Can we use your photo on @NewsOK and @TheOklahoman and give you credit?
Tiffany Gibson Thu, May. 19 2016 12:19:16 PM CST @NBAcatwatch @dustin_hughes @jaclyncosgrove Lol wow. Too funny. I know a lot who own dogs, but I'm not sure about cats. I'll keep an eye out
Tiffany Gibson Wed, May. 18 2016 02:49:27 PM CST Langston University hires Elaine Powell as women's basketball coach https://t.co/KL0glXGVAN #wbball https://t.co/GYB4rmk275
Tiffany Gibson Tue, May. 17 2016 06:24:29 PM CST Yay! So stoked our short film will be screening at @FLYfilmfestival in August. :) https://t.co/1Y9TTuXvsd
Tiffany Gibson Tue, May. 17 2016 03:09:38 PM CST Want to know the latest on the OKC Convention Center? Working on a video explainer with @WILLIAMCRUM. Look for it soon!
Tiffany Gibson Mon, May. 16 2016 06:30:12 PM CST Who got next? @LisaLeslie poses that question for the @WNBA’s 20th season https://t.co/1BbeSAFk4X https://t.co/4DX8esH0m3
Tiffany Gibson Sun, May. 15 2016 07:54:48 PM CST If you haven't already, give @Adam_WK's 'Hunting Holtzclaw' series a read. Chapter 1 ran in today's @TheOklahoman . #holtzclaw
Tiffany Gibson Sun, May. 15 2016 06:10:53 PM CST RT @MechelleV: LA tops Seattle 96-66, and Candace Parker has 34 points. Definitely the way she and Sparks wanted to start season.
Tiffany Gibson Sun, May. 15 2016 05:56:17 PM CST I'm so glad the @WNBA is back. I ❤️ this league!
Tiffany Gibson Sun, May. 15 2016 05:54:47 PM CST CP3!!! And one!! #WatchMeWork #GoLASparks
Tiffany Gibson Sun, May. 15 2016 05:52:59 PM CST RT @womensbball247: 33 for Candace. She's on a mission this season! It shows! 12-20 from the field. Five rebounds and plenty of time to go.
Tiffany Gibson Sun, May. 15 2016 05:00:33 PM CST RT @TichaPenicheiro: I see you @Candace_Parker .....👀👀👀👀 That's a bad woman right there! #OnAMission
Tiffany Gibson Sun, May. 15 2016 04:59:48 PM CST RT @WNBA: .@Candace_Parker puts in work w/ 21 PTs to energize @LA_Sparks to a 51-26 lead over @SeattleStorm at the break.
Tiffany Gibson Fri, May. 13 2016 09:44:06 AM CST Can't wait! 🏀😎 https://t.co/SnQjvuaK8s
Tiffany Gibson Thu, May. 12 2016 08:43:56 PM CST :( Every time I watched that show, it reminded me of home. -- ABC cancels 'Nashville' after 4 seasons https://t.co/SlFIsDfFr1 via @usatoday

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