Jennifer Titus is an Emmy Award-winning investigative journalist for 10 Investigates. Her work has been recognized by the Suncoast Emmy Awards, Associated Press, Green Eyeshade, and Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Chapter.
Jennifer's stories have had a major impact both locally and statewide. They've led to new laws and policy changes.
In February, her reporting uncovered Florida Inmates taking part in the nationwide robocall problem. Now, lawmakers are in the process of drafting bills to revamp the entire work release program in the state.
In November 2020, a report on an error that left a triple murder suspect out on the streets had the states attorney demanding to change the way courts are ran in a local county.
That year, lawmakers also passed a law that protects our most vulnerable in nursing homes after Jennifer's investigation uncovered a loophole that let CNAs under investigation for sexual assault at multiple facilities continue to work.
Jennifer's work over the years has also led to major changes at a county fire department when it comes to training. It has also led to everything from the arrest of a pool contractor, to testing at local schools for a cancer-causing gas.
She has covered stories including the shootings at the Fort Lauderdale Airport and Pulse Nightclub, the collapse of the high-rise condo in Surfside, and multiple hurricanes including Harvey in Houston.
Jennifer is no stranger to the area. She was born and raised in Bradenton.
She's a graduate of Manatee High School, where she then went on to Florida Atlantic University on a track and cross country scholarship.
While Jennifer loves investigative journalism, her favorite role is being a mom to two young boys.