News Anchor/Reporter - FOX4
Millions of viewers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area have turned to FOX
4’s Clarice Tinsley for the latest headlines and the most in-depth
news stories affecting Texas and the world.
Recognized as one of Texas’ most knowledgeable reporters, Clarice is
on the air and has been on the scene as important news stories unfold.
In May 2018, The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas gave the
prestigious Robert Miller Media Award to Clarice to mark her 40 years
as anchor of the 10pm news on KDFW FOX4 and for her years of work in
Clarice was a member of the Board of Directors of Girls Scouts of
Northeast Texas and, in 2008, she received the Woman of
Distinction honor. She's an Advisory Board Member of St. Philip's
School in South Dallas, a former Advisory Board member for the School
of Journalism at SMU, and the former Chair of the Super Bowl XLV
Communications Action Team.
In addition to the George Foster Peabody Award, Clarice has earned a
DuPont-Columbia Citation, an Emmy, three Dallas Press Club Katie
Awards, two Awards of Excellence from American Women in Radio and
Television, Best Investigative Reporting from Texas Associated Press,
the Texas Headliner Award for Investigative Reporting, the
Journalistic Award for Excellence from the American College of
Emergency Physicians and First Place from the Texas Public Health Association.
Clarice shares her life with the love of her life, her husband,
Stephen Giles and enjoys working out, reading, collecting art,
traveling, dancing and singing with the Sanctuary Choir, and spending
time with her family.