Justin Gray, WSB-TV

Justin Gray, WSB-TV

Investigative Reporter

Justin Gray is an investigative reporter for Channel 2 Action News. His investigations have brought changes to federal rules and lead to investigations by the Justice Department and the Office of Congressional Ethics. Justin has been a familiar face to Atlanta tv viewers for more than a decade. He spent 6 years as the station's Washington DC Correspondent, reporting daily from the halls of Congress and the White House lawn. He provided investigative and political reporting from DC as well as live coverage of breaking news in the nation's capital for WSB-TV and its sister stations across the country. 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. Justin has served on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Press Club and hosted the Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards with WSB-TV legend Monica Pearson. Justin also previously worked as a Reporter and Anchor at stations in California, Philadelphia and West Virginia. Justin has a Master's degree in journalism from Columbia University and a Bachelor's in history and political science from Emory University. He lives in Atlanta’s Virginia-Highland neighborhood with his wife, Robin, and Australian Labradoodle, Walter.

Latest Headlines by Justin Gray

<p>Casinos and strip clubs are not normally part of the congressional budget process. But they are mentioned in the 1,665-page spending bill passed by Congress this week to keep the government running.<br> &nbsp;<br> There is a sentence on page 347 saying that "none of the funds" may be used for government travel card expenses by Defense Department employees for "gaming" or "topless or nude entertainers."</p>

The Trump administration is putting the brakes on new posted calorie count requirements for chain restaurants.   The new signs and new menus with calorie counts were to be posted by Friday across the country. But those requirements are now being delayed.   The calorie counts are required by the 2010 Affordable Care Act. It mandates posted calorie counts at all chain restaurants with more than 20 locations and for prepared foods at grocery stores and convenience stores.   In a statement,...

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