Ryan Nelson, ActionNewsJax

Ryan Nelson

ActionNewsJax

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • ActionNewsJax
  • WSB-TV
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Dayton Daily News
  • WOKV News
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WSOCTV
Past:
  • Boston 25 News
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • WSB Radio
  • News 96.5 (WDBO)
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • Austin American-Statesman
  • FOX13 Memphis

Recent articles by Ryan:

Flu activity rising in Northeast Florida, Health Department says

The Florida Health Department says flu activity is increasing in five local counties. → Read More

Golden Ray ship removal could last through end of 2020

Action News Jax is learning the best estimate for removing the Golden Ray from the St. Simons Sound is by the end of 2020. → Read More

More than 50 protected trees removed from Amelia Buff development site in Fernandina Beach, city say

Action News Jax is learning the developers of the Amelia Bluff subdivision are in hot water with the city of Fernandina Beach after dozens of protected trees were removed. → Read More

Mother, baby pepper-sprayed by stranger in Georgia Walmart, police say

Sheree Campbell of Folkston, Georgia, is behind bars, accused of attacking Briona Wimbush and her baby in a St. Marys, Georgia, Walmart on Tuesday. → Read More

Mother, baby pepper-sprayed by stranger in Georgia Walmart, police say

Sheree Campbell of Folkston, Georgia, is behind bars, accused of attacking Briona Wimbush and h... → Read More

Mother, baby pepper-sprayed by stranger in Georgia Walmart, police say

Sheree Campbell of Folkston, Georgia, is behind bars, accused of attacking Briona Wimbush and h... → Read More

Mother, baby pepper-sprayed by stranger in Georgia Walmart, police say

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

Mother, baby pepper-sprayed by stranger in Georgia Walmart, police say

ST. MARY'S, Ga. - Sheree Campbell of Folkston, Georgia, is behind bars, accused of attacking Briona Wimbush and her baby in a St. Marys, Georgia, Walmart on Tuesday. According to the report, Campbell pepper-sprayed both Wimbush and her baby, and punched Wimbush in the face. "She was able to come up on this side, grab this side of my hair, still pepper spraying me, and hitting me, to where I had… → Read More

Mother, baby pepper-sprayed by stranger in Georgia Walmart, police say

Sheree Campbell of Folkston, Georgia, is behind bars, accused of attacking Briona Wimbush and her baby in a St. Marys, Georgia, Walmart on Tuesday. → Read More

Mother, baby, pepper-sprayed by stranger in local Walmart, police say

Sheree Campbell of Folkston, Georgia, is behind bars, accused of attacking Briona Wimbush and her baby in a St. Marys, Georgia, Walmart on Tuesday. → Read More

Ride at Jacksonville Fair that injured children in 2018 was ‘counterfeit', inspector says

An Action News Jax investigation has learned that a ride that injured people at last year fair in Jacksonville won’t be back this year. The Sky Flyer ride injured several children in 2018. → Read More

Gravesites covered-up by overgrown grass at historical cemetery

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

Green Cove Springs Navy veteran dies in Clay plane crash

Friends of the family confirm the pilot who died in Thursday night’s plane crash in Clay County was Timothy O’Laughlin, 73, of Green Cove Springs. → Read More

Why Episcopal Children's Services says Northside Jacksonville Early Head Start isn't open

Jerri Covington says the Episcopal Children’s Services Early Head Start preschool coming to Wingate Road on the Northside seems to have a new reason for being closed every time she pays it a visit. → Read More

Jacksonville based domestic violence program seeks out survivors, holds abusers accountable

October is domestic violence awareness month. Friday, Action News Jax visited a secure Hubbard House shelter to discuss a program called ‘Invest.’ → Read More

About 1,600 JEA customers in Jacksonville affected in Thursday outage around Town Center

Hundreds of customers were left in the dark this morning, including homes and businesses. About 1,600 JEA customers were without power this morning around the Town Center. → Read More

Condemning shutdown of Jacksonville adult arcades, civil rights group speaks at City Hall

Dr. Charles Steele Jr., CEO of the national Southern Christian Leadership Conference, a national civil rights group, spoke out Friday morning against the city’s decision to close internet cafes across Jacksonville. → Read More

Jacksonville Jaguars surprise Englewood High with new football uniforms

In celebrating 25 years of Jacksonville Jaguars football, the team is partnering with former cornerback Rashean Mathis to give back to Englewood High School in Jacksonville. → Read More

Jacksonville Riverwalk repaired after Action News Jax investigation

The beloved Jacksonville Riverwalk near the landing is open again. → Read More

JACKSONVILLE INTERNET CAFES SHUT DOWN: Simulated gambling at Internet cafes now illegal in Jacksonville: What happens next?

Around the same time Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry signed a bill into law making simulated gambling devices illegal immediately, dozens of employees and supporters of internet cafes began a demonstrative and vocal protest in San Marco on Friday morning. → Read More