Courtney Cole, WOKV News

Courtney Cole

WOKV News

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Past articles by Courtney:

St. Johns County School Board approves attendance zone changes for advertisement

St. Johns County Schools is one step closer to a solution for its overcrowded schools. → Read More

Duval School Board to determine how to help low performing schools

Three schools in Duval County Public School System are having some trouble performing. → Read More

Prosecution, defense make opening statements in Ronnie Hyde trial, crime scene evidence presented

It has been a full day of witness testimony for the jury of 14, in the Ronnie Hyde trial. → Read More

Prices at the pump are high but Florida Lawmakers say relief is coming. Here’s when that will happen

The gas tax holiday is set to last for a month and will save you about 27 cents per gallon of gas. → Read More

Headed to Jacksonville Beach? You may have to pay to park

If you’re planning to visit Jacksonville Beach, make sure you factor in paying for parking. → Read More

2021 was a big year for JAXPORT, CEO says 2022 is going to be even better

It’s no secret: against all odds JAXPORT has seen quite a bit of success during the pandemic. → Read More

UF Health conducting COVID-19 trial study to effectiveness of ivermectin, 2 other FDA-approved drugs

This is a nationwide study UF Health is participating in, referred to as ACTIV-6 → Read More

Remains found in local cemetery identified as Brittany Palmer who disappeared in 2020

Eighteen months after her daughter’s disappearance, a local mother is getting some closure. → Read More

Remains found in local cemetery identified as Brittany Palmer who disappeared in 2020

Eighteen months after her daughter’s disappearance, a local mother is getting some closure. → Read More

Local school district asking parents to use online form to report child’s positive COVID-19 test

Parents in St. Johns County have a new tool to help fight the spread of COVID-19 in schools. → Read More

Having trouble ordering your free COVID-19 test kits? Try this

At-home COVID-19 tests are in high demand. → Read More

Have you lost your taste or smell after COVID-19? Scientists, medical experts closer to learning why

The 63-year-old said it took about a month for his taste and smell return. → Read More

Got private health insurance? Starting Saturday you can get at home COVID-19 tests for free

Testing for COVID-19 has become a regular part of many people’s lives. → Read More

Pediatric COVID-19 hospitalizations low in Duval County, opposite of national trend

On January 4, 2022 – exactly one week from today – students in Duval County will return to the classroom. → Read More

At-home COVID-19 tests are hard to find + expensive; when can you expect some relief

Millions made the decision to travel and gather with family and friends in-person this holiday season. → Read More

Pediatric COVID-19 hospitalizations low in Duval County, opposite of national trend

On January 4, 2022 – exactly one week from today – students in Duval County will return to the classroom. → Read More

‘We’re bracing for another wave’: New COVID-19 positive cases jump, local hospitalizations low

Hospitalizations for COVID-19 are on the rise nationwide, as the omicron variant is now the dominant strain in the U.S. → Read More

‘We can’t get comfortable’: Community leaders, nonprofit urge COVID-19 shots amid stagnant vax rates

This year will mark the second Christmas during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Kimberly Kessler found guilty of first-degree murder in Nassau County mom Joleen Cummings’ death

On Thursday afternoon, a jury in Nassau County found Kimberly Kessler, the woman on trial for the 2018 death of her coworker Joleen Cummings, guilty of first-degree murder. → Read More

Ample capacity at JAXPORT heightens need for more freight truck drivers

When it comes to the most efficient ways to get goods and everyday items to store shelves, Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) is getting a lot of attention these days. → Read More