Jenna Bourne, ActionNewsJax

Jenna Bourne

ActionNewsJax

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • ActionNewsJax
Past:
  • WOKV News
  • Boston 25 News
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • WSOCTV
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • WSB Radio
  • News 96.5 (WDBO)
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WSB-TV
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • and more…

Recent articles by Jenna:

Action News Jax Investigates: Local DCF investigators are quitting by the dozen

An Action News Jax Investigation has uncovered the people hired to keep local children safe are quitting at an alarming rate. → Read More

JACKSONVILLE APARTMENT FIRE: Inspectors found expired fire extinguishers two days after massive Jacksonville apartment fire

City fire inspectors found expired extinguishers inside families’ apartments two days after a massive fire in Northwest Jacksonville. → Read More

Cousin: Boy badly burned in Jacksonville apartment fire saved sister by pushing her out window

A boy who was badly burned in a massive apartment fire in Northwest Jacksonville has woken up from a coma, according to his cousin. → Read More

Orange Park day care shut down without warning parents

Orange Park families were left scrambling to find child care after their day care reportedly shut down without warning. → Read More

Orange Park school founder explains why she hasn't told parents school is moving

Action News Jax is getting answers for Orange Park families about why their school still hasn’t notified them that it’s moving. → Read More

Orange Park couple's fathers both worked on Apollo 11 mission

Fading news clippings and photos are spread out on Larry and Terry Harvey’s dining room table in Orange Park. → Read More

Orange Park school appears to be moving out, months after eviction battle

When Carol Romero saw moving trucks outside her child’s school Thursday morning, she tried to get answers. → Read More

11 percent of Florida's lowest performing elementary schools are in Duval County

Of Florida’s lowest performing elementary schools are in Duval County, 11 percent according to a new list from the Florida Department of Education. → Read More

Historic Jacksonville silent film studio could get $1 million from city in upcoming budget

A historic Jacksonville silent film studio could get $1 million from the city in the upcoming budget. → Read More

Proposed Jacksonville budget could include millions for fire stations, Moncrief and a film studio

Millions of dollars for fire station renovations, improvements in Moncrief and the transformation of an historic film studio: Those are some of the new capital improvement projects the mayor could ask the City Council for on Monday as part of his proposed budget. → Read More

JSO violated its own policy by failing to send notification of teen's murder

An Action News Jax Investigation has uncovered the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office violated its own policy when it failed to send a notification to the public about a teen’s murder. → Read More

Loophole in Florida fireworks law can lead to injuries, death

For many families celebrating our nation’s independence, it just wouldn’t be July 4 without fireworks. → Read More

City changing criteria for people honored on Jacksonville's new memorial for veterans

The city of Jacksonville plans to change its criteria for who can be honored as part of its new memorial for veterans. → Read More

Exclusive: Navy vets find new warship for proposed Jacksonville museum after losing USS Adams

A group of local Navy veterans is revealing which naval warship they now want to bring to Jacksonville as a museum. → Read More

St. Johns County making progress on replacing outdated school surveillance cams

The St. Johns County School District is replacing its broken, outdated surveillance cameras. → Read More

St. Johns County making progress on replacing outdated school

The St. Johns County School District is replacing its broken, outdated surveillance cameras. These changes come after an Action News Jax Investigation in November uncovered 109 school surveillance cameras were broken. → Read More

Task force wants to pinpoint factors most likely to lead to violent crime in Jacksonville

Stopping crime before it happens: A city crime task force has come up with an innovative way to figure out the socioeconomic factors most likely to lead to violent crime in Jacksonville. → Read More

City offers small businesses at The Landing free rent if they waive rights to file claims

The city of Jacksonville tried to make a deal with the 16 small businesses at the Jacksonville Landing. → Read More

Yulee mother warns others about car wrap scam

A single mom in Yulee said she almost fell for an employment scam, and now she wants to warn others. → Read More

OORAH Act: Middleburg Marine vet advocating for bill to help fellow Beirut attack survivors

A Middleburg veteran who survived a terrorist attack in Beirut 36 years ago wants to make sure the families of his fallen fellow Marines don’t get left behind. → Read More