Justin Boggs

Justin Boggs

Justin Boggs

Writer

Justin covers anything from politics to sports and entertainment. He rejoins Scripps following his time as a senior digital producer for Spectrum News 1 Ohio. He previously was a reporter for the Dayton Daily News. Before that, he was a freelance sportswriter, covering the NHL, PGA Tour, college football and college hockey. He graduated with a degree in political science from Wright State University. There, he was a staff writer and editor for the student paper The Guardian. In addition to writing and covering news, he is an avid runner in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio.

Recent Work
President Joe Biden speaks at the podium.

Biden to make rare visit to border, pushes for congressional action

A pond in Mexico drying up.

Protests erupt as Mexico City could run out of water this summer

Signs show ads for H&R Block free file programs.

FTC says H&R Block unfairly marketed free file program

Republican presidential candidate former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley gestures as she speaks with reporters .

Despite pressure, loss in home state, Haley vows to continue campaign

Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump points to a supporter as he departs after speaking.

Trump wins South Carolina primary, eyeing rematch with Biden

Packages of Beyond Burger patties.

Amid falling sales, Beyond Burger changes its recipe

Pharmacist on an iPad at a pharmacy.

Cybersecurity incident impacting nation's pharmacies

A package of Narcan is pictured at a first aid station at King County Elections headquarters

Over 40% of adults say they know someone who died from drug overdose

Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump speaks at the National Religious Broadcasters.

Trump seeks 'presidential immunity' in classified documents case

Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump speaks during a Fox News Channel town hall.

Trump overwhelming favorite going into South Carolina primary

This image provided by Intuitive Machines shows its Odysseus lunar lander over the near side of the moon .

NASA and Intuitive Machines make first commercial probe moon landing

Seattle Police logo

Prosecutors won't charge Seattle officer who fatally struck student

An AT&T retail store in Miami

FCC's Homeland Security Bureau investigating massive AT&T cell outage

Dr. Colman Kraff docks the femtosecond laser, flattening the cornea, of patient Steve Parker .

LasikPlus settles with FTC over misleading claims

A view of the entertainment section of a Wal-Mart store is seen in Alexandria, Va.

The ads you see at Walmart could soon appear on your TV

ERS-2 satellite.

Defunct climate satellite to return to Earth Wednesday

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen exterior

Years after chicken sandwich war, Popeyes to open 800 new locations

Palestinians line up for free food distribution during the ongoing Israeli air and ground offensive in Khan Younis, Gaza.

UN suspends northern Gaza food deliveries as cease-fire efforts fail

Thibodaux, the Zoo's 36-year-old leucistic American alligator.

Zoo says it found 70 coins inside alligator's stomach

A total solar eclipse April 8 will be visible across a swath of North America.

Delta flight to follow moon's shadow during upcoming solar eclipse

A healthcare worker fills a syringe with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at Jackson Memorial Hospital on Oct. 5, 2021.

Large study funded by CDC identifies rare COVID-19 vaccine risks

Technician in blue gloves does control check of the in vitro fertilization process using a microscope.

Alabama court cites Bible while ruling embryos are children

Phone using Too Good to Go app on a plate of produce.

This app can save money on food that's about to be thrown out

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) is embraced by Taylor Swift after the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers.

Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift autographed jersey auctioned for charity

Former President Jimmy Carter departs after attending the funeral service for his wife.

President Carter's spirits 'strong' a year after entering hospice

Graduation cap on top of a pile of money.

Student loan borrowers facing hardships could have debt forgiven

Bryan Chiang tries out an Apple Vision Pro headset during the first day of sales at a Palo Alto, California, store.

Apple Vision Pro's $3,500 price tag not worth it, reviewers say

People use a treadmill.

These exercises may do a better job treating depression than medicine

Former President Donald Trump arrives at Manhattan criminal court.

Trump's NY hush money trial to begin March 25, judge decides

Person holds a generic pill in front of a cat.

Company pleads guilty to misbranding veterinary prescription drugs