Justin Boggs

Justin Boggs


Justin Boggs is a writer for Scripps News. 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
Lunchable in a store

Lunchables could soon appear on school lunch menus

Vegetables at a grocery store.

Inflation cools in February, but food and shelter costs still high

Jimmy Carter and Joe Biden in 1978.

Biden reveals President Carter asked him to deliver eulogy

Parent and child walking into daycare.

As companies offer child care, accessibility remains tough

March Madness bracket

Betting on March Madness expected to quintuple in 2023

Now hiring sign.

Unemployment rate increases as Fed continues to fight inflation

President Biden boards Air Force One

Biden’s 2024 budget includes increasing child tax credit

Norfolk Southern President and CEO Alan Shaw

Norfolk Southern CEO issues apology before Senate questioning

The State of Liberty in front of a blue sky.

National Park Service highlights women's history locations

U.S. troops and Afghan allies prepare to leave Afghanistan in August 2021.

House GOP blames Biden for botched 2021 US exit from Afghanistan

President Joe Biden

Biden wants to raise Medicare taxes for some Americans

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell

Fed chair says interest rate hikes will continue

A cleanup worker stands on a derailed tank car as the cleanup of portions of a Norfolk Southern freight train.

Norfolk Southern issues safety plan after East Palestine derailment

Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Gary Rossington playing the guitar

Gary Rossington, last original member of Lynyrd Skynyrd, dead at 71

Overweight person grabbing stomach.
ShutterstockScience and Health

Obesity in 2035 could be just as costly as COVID in 2020

Plates of fried fish and sides are delivered at the Allegheny Elks Lodge #339 during their annual fish fry.

Friday fish fries generally aren't very healthy, expert says

Signs are seen in front of the Walgreens Deerfield headquarters during a protest over a plan to sell abortion pills.
AP Photo/Nam Y. HuhPolitics

Walgreens warned by states not to distribute abortion pills

Plain analog clock.

Is now the time? Senators want to keep daylight saving time year-round

Workers continue to clean up remaining tank cars.
AP Photo/Matt FreedU.S.

Senate to question Norfolk Southern CEO on East Palestine derailment

Merrick Garland speaks at Senate hearing.
Associated PressPolitics

AG Garland addresses guns, drugs and Ticketmaster before Senate

Several people walking on treadmills.
APScience and Health

Exercising 11 minutes a day may save your life, study finds

Cellphone with a scam alert.

Why Americans are losing more to scams

Student debt relief activists gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court.
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

Supreme Court questions Biden's ability to forgive student loans

Exterior of a Veterans Affairs hospital.

How legislation would provide benefits for 42,000 disabled veterans

Exterior of Walt Disney World.

Why is Gov. DeSantis ending Disney's special status?

Credit card being scanned.

More Americans say they have more credit card debt than savings

Mr. James working a shift at the high school.
Greyson ThurmanU.S.

80-year-old janitor couldn't afford rent, students come to his rescue

Amazon gift card.

Billions in gift cards go unused. Here's why you should spend them now

A sign announces a home for sale.
Robert F. Bukaty/APPolitics

Change to FHA-insured mortgages will save homebuyers $800 a year

President Joe Biden's appointee to lead the IRS, Daniel Werfel
Mariam Zuhaib / APPolitics

President Biden's IRS appointee faces questions over increasing audits