Courtney Cole, WSAV News 3

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Past articles by Courtney:

Officials invite public to drop-in meeting on Project DeRenne on Tuesday

Residents and businesses are encouraged to attend and participate in an important drop-in meeting regarding Project DeRenne. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) will host the meeting. → Read More

Girl Scouts to gather at Georgia capital to rally for bridge name change

ATLANTA (AP/WSAV) — On Tuesday Feb. 6, Hundreds of Girl Scouts are expected to gather in the Georgia Capitol to persuade lawmakers to get their founder's name affixed to a Savannah bridge that's currently named after a white segregationist. Coinciding with the scouts' visit Tuesday, Rep. Ron Stephens, a Republican from Savannah, plans to introduce → Read More

SWAT team apprehends fugitive barricaded on W 35th Street

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) -- SWAT members have apprehended a wanted fugitive on W 35th Street, officials say. Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department officers, SWAT team members and Savannah Fire crews are clearing the area. According to the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, a subject barricaded himself in a residence on W. 35th Street during a → Read More

Breaking News: Metro officer shot in early morning incident near Marian Circle

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) -- At around 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 23, morning, Savannah Chatham Metro Police were on the scene at a home near Marian Circle. We do not know at this time what led police to the home. According to Chief Mark Revenue, a police sergeant was shot and taken to Memorial Hospital → Read More

New downtown Savannah parking rates begin Monday

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) -- Beginning Jan. 22, the City of Savannah will being its new Parking Matters rates and will issue warnings on all vehicles that do not comply with the new extended parking hours. The city will also place Parking Guides on these vehicles as well. That means citations will be issued → Read More

Community Corner: Experience art & virtual reality at 2018 Pulse Art + Technology Festival

Mr. Harry DeLorme, joined the conversation on the Community Corner today to tell us about The 2018 Pulse Art and Technology Festival starts on Wednesday, January 17th. → Read More

On Your Side: Concerned daughter contacts News 3 for help with elderly mother’s paratransit problem

One Savannah woman reached out to News 3 with concerns about her mother's safety while using the CAT paratransit service. → Read More

SSU hosts MLK, Jr. Observance Day Program, Candlelight Vigil

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) -- Students and staff at Savannah State University are inviting the public to join them on Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. for their Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Program and Candlelight Vigil. The program will be held in the Savannah Ballroom of the King-Frazier Student Center. Guest speaker will be → Read More

LIVE look at Savannah roads: Truman Pkwy, Talmadge Bridge remain closed

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – News 3’s Courtney Cole surveyed Savannah’s streets and bridges this morning to see what driving conditions look like. She took a tour of 37th Street—showing lots of icy patches. She also drove the Thunderbolt Bridge which remains open. While the eastbound I-16 connector remains opens, the westbound connector → Read More

On Your Side: Savannah mother calls for help with home without heat ahead of chilling winter weather

A Savannah tenant in Carver Village reached out to News 3, concerned about the safety of her son in the brutally cold weather, because she has no way to heat her home. → Read More

Metro police investigate Wheaton Street Shooting

Metro police are investigating a shooting that happened in the 700 block of Wheaton Street Saturday afternoon. → Read More

BREAKING NEWS: Man seriously injured in West 36th Street shooting

Metro Police are investigating a shooting that happened Saturday morning on West 36th Street. → Read More

Metro Police investigate shooting near Abercorn St. & West Magnolia Avenue

Metro police are investigating an overnight shooting that happened near Abercorn St. & West Magnolia Street. → Read More

December Nights & Holiday Lights: Holiday walking tour at Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens

Santa invites everyone to join him at the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens for December Nights and Holiday Nights–happening through Christmas Eve. → Read More

Community Corner: Local actors prepare to bring ‘The Christmas Magi’ to the stage on Tybee Island

Fritz Rumpel visits News 3 Today to tell us about the Christmas Magi, a holiday production coming to the stage at the Jim Ingham Black Box Theater on Tybee Island. → Read More

Metro officer hailed hero for saving newborn’s life

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) -- A Metro officer is being recognized for his heroic actions in saving the life of a 29-day-old baby. According to the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, officers from the Central Precinct were dispatched to West 57th Street on Dec. 1 to a report of an unresponsive newborn. "My momma's baby is not → Read More

Local free events, testing offered to commemorate World AIDS Day

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) -- More than one million people in the United States are living with the AIDS virus today, and one in seven of them don't know it. December 1 is World AIDS Day—the day is observed each year as an opportunity to bring awareness to HIV and HIV prevention, show support for people → Read More

Chatham Co. Health Department, Coastal Health District take stand against Diabetes by offering free risk assessments

The Chatham County Health Department and Coastal Health District offered free diabetes risk assessments to the community to help increase awareness. → Read More

Time to scrub in! : Behind the scenes of Chicago Med

News 3's Courtney Cole gives us a behind the scenes look at Chicago Med ahead of tonight's season premiere. → Read More

‘Up on the Roof’ gathers food and funds for those in need

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) -- The holidays can be an exciting time of year, but they can also be tough for some families. That's why the Wesley Community Centers of Savannah and E-93 Radio are coming together to help those in need. The 'Up on the Roof' food drive and fundraiser started Thursday. This morning → Read More