Alicia Tarancon, ActionNewsJax

Alicia Tarancon

ActionNewsJax

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • ActionNewsJax
  • WOKV News
Past:
  • KCRG

Recent articles by Alicia:

Local families will get extra food stamp benefits for the summer

More help is on the way for families and their children struggling because of the pandemic. → Read More

St. Augustine Amphitheater is looking at reopening in September

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

Coronavirus: Duval County students pick up belongings left behind during spring break

It’s uncertain if students will be back inside their classes in the fall. This week, parents in Duval County are able to pick up their students belongings that have been left inside the school since spring break. → Read More

What your COVID-19 antibody test results really mean

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

OneBlood testing all donations for coronavirus antibodies

Those who donate blood at OneBlood can find out whether they have antibodies to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. → Read More

New pop-up drive-thru food pantry in downtown hopes to feed 300 famili

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United Way of St. Johns County hosts food drives to help replenish the county’s empty food pantries

United Way of St. Johns County is hosting food drives to help to replenish the county’s empty food pantries. The United Way of St. Johns County needs your help this weekend replenishing the county’s food pantries. → Read More

Duval County Tax Collector Branch reopens for appointment-only

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Duval County Tax Collector branch reopens for appointments only If you've been waiting to go to the Duval County Tax Collector's office, you're in luck. The Hogan branch is back open for in-person services, but only to those who made appointments. > Ahead at NOON I’ll take you inside the Duval County Tax Collector’s Hogan branch and show you how smoothly their opening day… → Read More

Civil rights organizations protest Jacksonville attorney, his new position as circuit judge

The Northside Coalition and the NAACP are calling for Michael Kalil to step down. → Read More

St. Augustine Beach police officer returns to work after battling COVI

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

Local grandmother faces challenges raising grandson with limited resources amid COVID-19

A grandmother in Argyle Forest tells Action News Jax she’s adjusting to the new norm of raising her grandchild during the pandemic. → Read More

Mandarin High School celebrates seniors with Class of 2020 yard signs

On Tuesday morning Mandarin High School​ delivered 600 "Class of 2020" yard signs to their graduating seniors. → Read More

Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center officially open after COVI

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Jacksonville Zoo announces new changes after COVID-19

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Feeding Northeast Florida, local restaurants team up through 'Project Share’ to deliver meals to seniors

Feeding Northeast Florida and local restaurants are teaming up through Project Share to deliver nutritious meals to seniors so they can stay safe during the pandemic. → Read More

Mandarin grandmother struggling to take care of her family gets help t

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

Brunswick: Restaurant chooses to keep dine-in area closed due to safety concerns

Many Georgia businesses like movie theaters and restaurants are opening back up again on Monday, but not everyone is on board. → Read More

Catholic Charities sees growing need for food and funding during pande

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

Nassau County beaches remain closed, possible opening date set for May

Nassau County commissioners agreed to open up the beaches on May 6 or sooner. They said they want to coordinate with the City of Fernandina Beach. → Read More

City of St. Augustine rolls out new smart thermometers to detect spike

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More