Letisha Bereola, ActionNewsJax

Letisha Bereola

ActionNewsJax

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • ActionNewsJax
Past:
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Recent articles by Letisha:

JACKSONVILLE KID CARE REPORT: Two day care centers stand out for strong record of clean inspections

Every week Action News Jax investigates local child care centers to show you how they measure up to state guidelines. → Read More

JACKSONVILLE DAYCARES: Hidden Hills, Tutor Time learning centers in latest Kid Care report

A local day care was tagged with two class 2 violations during a recent DCF inspection, which, according to the state, could pose a threat to the safety and health of a child. Report, video. → Read More

'Babies Are The Worst': Nocatee mother, author shares her experience with postpartum depression

Babies are the Worst. The book's title alone is enough to make you do a double take, and author Meagan Gordon Scheuerman wants it that way. Scheuerman, a mother of two in Nocatee, Florida, is sharing her experience with postpartum depression after the birth of her first child, in her first book, “Babies are the Worst.” → Read More

Teacher talks about sharing students' show of respect for American flag

Two Clay County students are being praised for completing their flag duty in the pouring rain. → Read More

Study: More young adults dying from colon cancer

More young people are dying of colon cancer than ever before, according to a new study from the American Cancer Society. Now, doctors are trying to figure out why. → Read More

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens to observe animals during eclipse

The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens will be observing animal behavior during the solar eclipse Monday, officials said. → Read More

Longtime Jacksonville officer back at work after contracting deadly bacteria

A deadly bacteria almost killed a Jacksonville Sheriff's officer, but now he's back at work and on the road to recovery. → Read More

iPhone stolen in Florida had irreplaceable pictures

iPhone stolen in Florida had irreplaceable pictures → Read More

New report: Shingles increases risks for heart attack and strokes

Researchers are linking a painful viral infection to heart attacks and strokes. → Read More

Escambia County Sheriff: Social media may have played role in 12 year-old's death

Deputies said social media likely contributed to the death of 12-year-old girl in Escambia County. → Read More

U.S Army Corp of Engineers: Duval County shore protection project ends in success

Duval County beach goers are now enjoying a newly engineered beach that improves the area's resiliency to wave action and reduces risk to infrastructure. → Read More

Jacksonville neurosurgeon warns severe headache could be sign of brain aneurysm

May is National Stroke Awareness Month and one national foundation created after the death of a longtime news reporter Lisa Colagrossi is working to bring attention to ruptured brain aneurysms. → Read More

Criminal justice program gives Duval student jumpstart on college education

Dozens of local high school students are getting a jump start on their college education with help from a criminal justice program. → Read More

Jacksonville neurosurgeon warns severe headache could be sign of brain aneurysm

May is National Stroke Awareness Month and one national foundation created after the death of a longtime news reporter Lisa Colagrossi is working to bring attention to ruptured brain aneurysms. → Read More

St. Johns Riverkeeper's 'Troubled Waters' documentary to show how pollution can threaten the river

The St. Johns Riverkeeper is making a new push to protect Northeast Florida's main waterway. → Read More

St. Johns Riverkeeper's 'Troubled Waters' documentary to show how pollution can threaten the river

The St. Johns Riverkeeper is making a new push to protect Northeast Florida's main waterway. → Read More

Families renew push to solve young woman's murder

by: Letisha Bereola Updated: Mar 3, 2017 - 7:17 PM Two young women who were killed just a day apart: Amber Bass and Shelby Farah were murdered nearly 4 years ago. The family of Farah has justice after James Xavier Rhodes of Jacksonville had been sentenced to life in prison on Thursday for killing the young woman during a robbery in 2013. Rhodes, 25, pleaded guilty to murder and other charges as… → Read More

White House making move to help historically black colleges and universities

The White House is making a move it said will help schools like Edward Waters College. → Read More

'Jesus is Lord' billboard with Georgia mayor's name on it...

A religious billboard in Brunswick is causing some to question the separation of church and state in the city. → Read More

Dog survives jump off Florida bridge

A small dog survived after jumping off a bridge in Jacksonville, Florida. → Read More