Courtney Cole, ActionNewsJax

Courtney Cole

ActionNewsJax

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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  • WOKV News
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  • Dayton Daily News
  • Boston 25 News
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  • WSOCTV
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  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
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Past articles by Courtney:

Retired JSO officer talks effects missing girl's case can have on officers

The search for a Jacksonville 5-year-old has reached its third day, on Friday -- and so far hundreds of officers and volunteers have come up empty-handed. → Read More

Action News Jax investigates: How a cellphone could lead police to missing 5-year-old

JSO has used a number of resources in an effort to find Taylor Williams, 5. → Read More

Action News Jax investigates missing 5-year-old's Duval County school enrollment

Action News Jax reporter Courtney Cole spent Thursday working to learn if Taylor Williams, 5, was enrolled in school in Duval County and where. → Read More

Jacksonville mayor, sheriff and state attorney share progress report on crime-fighting technology

On Wednesday, Action News Jax learned Mayor Lenny Curry, Sheriff Mike Williams and State Attorney Melissa Nelson are crediting the Crime Gun Intelligence Center for what they’re calling progress in crime-solving. → Read More

'This is a nature thing': Sea turtle nests impacted by Dorian on local shoreline

Our local shoreline made it through the storm. → Read More

JAGUARS PRESEASON FINALE: Jaguars fans come out to preseason finale ahead of Hurricane Dorian

On Thursday night the Jaguars took on the Atlanta Falcons at TIAA Bank Field for their preseason finale. → Read More

2,260 pounds of school supplies collected during Action News Jax Back to School Drive

Hundreds of local children will head to school prepared this year thanks to generous people in the community. → Read More

DCPS mobile app to help streamline communication between schools and parents

Students in Duval County will be going back to school exactly two weeks from today. → Read More

JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL SALES TAX: New UNF poll shows significant amount of support for half-cent sales tax

On Friday afternoon, state Sen. Audrey Gibson called on Jacksonville City Council members to come together for a special meeting Monday, June 24. → Read More

Clay County Health Department confirms young child diagnosed with probable case of mumps

A young child in Clay County has contracted a probable case of the mumps, despite being vaccinated. → Read More

Local Nonprofit steps in to fill summer hunger gap

One-in-five children struggles with hunger or having enough food to eat on a daily basis here on the First Coast—that’s according to Feeding Northeast Florida. → Read More

"It's more than just images on a backpack": Mom finds celebrates Brown v. Board of Education

Today marks 65 years since the Brown v. Board of Education ruling that lead to the desegregation of American public schools. → Read More

"They're going to places that kids go"

Parents, you need to check your children's phones. They could have a dating app that could leave them vulnerable to sexual predators. → Read More

'I love the support system': Breast cancer warrior battles on through chemo, surgery

This year there will be 268,600 new cases of invasive breast cancer in the United States, according to the Susan G. Komen organization. → Read More

Video shows security guard attacked from behind at Jacksonville Waffle House

A security guard is recovering after being badly beaten at Jacksonville Waffle House this weekend. → Read More

HUD terminating Section 8 funding at Roosevelt Garden Apartments

Action News Jax is learning that dozens of Jacksonville families could soon be looking for a new place to live. → Read More

St. Augustine Beach considers paid parking partnership with St. Johns County

If you live in St. Augustine Beach — in the future, you could have to pay-to-park in some of your favorite spots around town. → Read More

Florida Division of Forestry: Oak Ridge Road brush fire started by neighbor burning trash

A wildfire in St. Johns County likely started from someone burning debris. → Read More

17 staff members at Duval County hospital fall ill with influenza-like illness, per health official

Seventeen employees at a local hospital fall ill with the an influenza-like illness. → Read More

Southside Jacksonville area needs rezoning to become new development

Over a thousand acres on Jacksonville's southside could soon be the new location of a brand new community. Action News Jax reporter Courtney Cole is at community meeting were neighbors living near the site at I-295 and J. Turner Butler Boulevard are gathering, and will have a live report on CBS47 at 5. → Read More