Meghan Moriarty, ActionNewsJax

Meghan Moriarty

ActionNewsJax

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • ActionNewsJax
Past:
  • WOKV News
  • Boston 25 News
  • WSOCTV

Recent articles by Meghan:

Jacksonville cold case gets second look thanks to new technology

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (JSO) is taking a second look at a case that is nearly 30 years old. The hope is to find the person who killed a 22-year-old mother back in the 90′s using new, advanced technology. → Read More

‘We’re expecting 50,000+ season ticket holders’: Jaguars optimistic for 2022 season

In a one-on-one with Jaguars team President, Mark Lamping, Action News Jax spoke about how season ticket sales are shaping up so far. → Read More

BREAKING: One in critical condition in NW Jacksonville house fire

A house fire in Jacksonville’s Magnolia Gardens community left two people hospitalized, one with critical injuries. → Read More

Man who murdered Keystone Heights woman with intellectual disability sentenced

In Nov. 2017, Jordan Cooper, 25, of Keystone Heights, was found dead in the attic of her home two weeks after she went missing. → Read More

Jacksonville artist donating 100% of sales to Ukrainian refugees

The painter began communicating with other Ukrainian artists on the ground to learn how to help. → Read More

THE PLAYERS: Meet the woman in charge of feeding 2500 volunteers

The PLAYERS Championship isn’t just about golf and good times. It’s also about the community and giving back. → Read More

‘We do know it’s gang-related,’ Jacksonville leader says, in reference to deadly teen shooting

"I’ve been told that it may be retaliation on what happened a week ago,” Councilman Reggie Gaffney said. → Read More

Live music and event space coming to Jacksonville’s Rail Yard District

A new live music and event space will be breaking ground in Jacksonville next year. → Read More

First IVF baby meets with Jax doctor who worked on her case 40 years ago

Forty-year-old Elizabeth Carr was the first IVF baby in the United States. → Read More

Man helps unconscious driver out of a burning car that collided with JFRD truck

“I struggled getting the door open. I was able to get it open by the second time, get the man out of his vehicle,” → Read More

‘Ukrainian people are going to fight to the end’: Ukrainian painter honors home country through art

"This is history. This is history and unfortunately, it’s a very sad history for Ukraine.” → Read More

JEA CEO predicts ‘good news’ for customers in March despite conflicts overseas

From the stock market to the fuel in your car, you can bet the Russia-Ukraine invasion is impacting our economy. → Read More

JEA CEO predicts ‘good news’ for customers in March despite conflicts overseas

From the stock market to the fuel in your car, you can bet the Russia-Ukraine invasion is impacting our economy. → Read More

‘You should be concerned’: Experts advise taking a close look at investments

Many Americans are concerned about their investments following the stock market‘s deep dip Thursday morning. → Read More

Jacksonville housing expert says rent increasing on average by $500/month

The United States is seeing the highest inflation increase in 40 years with no decline in sight for now. → Read More

INVESTIGATES: 160 days ‘without answers’ after local father left on side of road, dead

“You scream until someone hears you, and this family intends to do that at all costs." → Read More

Jacksonville survivor helping JSO recruits scope out people possibly being trafficked

In honor of Human Trafficking Prevention Month, a Jacksonville native is sharing her story. → Read More

Man shot during home invasion on Jacksonville’s Westside, suspects still at large

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is searching for three people tied to a home invasion and shooting on the Westside. Detectives said the three people escaped in a Toyota Camry with tinted windows. → Read More

A look into preparation for Downtown Jacksonville firework display

A classic way to count down the end of the year is with some fireworks. Action News Jax reporter Meghan Moriarty got a chance to speak with the Duval County Fire Marshal about the preparations that go into the City of Jacksonville’s show near the Southbank. → Read More

Suspects wanted, accused of stealing $20,000 worth of diesel

Deputies in two counties are searching for three men accused of stealing thousands of gallons of fuel from gas stations. → Read More