Jacqueline Fell joined Action News Jacksonville as a Washington D.C. Correspondent in June 2012. She has reported on major crime, court and political stories for nearly a decade.
She joined the D.C. Bureau after spending time as the lead reporter on the Casey Anthony case at Central Florida News 13 in Orlando.
Jacqueline's inside-the-courtroom-twitter coverage has been recognized by various industry award nominations.
Growing up in Baltimore, Md., she had the opportunity to host a video magazine show in high school that aired on the Baltimore County Education channel. Pursuing a career in broadcast journalism, Jacqueline took the next step to develop her craft and graduated from Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Penn.
Jacqueline reported and anchored in upstate New York, Flint, Mich. and Dayton, Ohio.
In 2009, Jacqueline moved to Orlando where she quickly became the go-to reporter for breaking news. She was key in the Casey Anthony trial coverage. She was also the only reporter in the country to land a jailhouse interview with convicted murderer, Bob Ward.
Jacqueline is an avid runner and outdoor adventurer. She's also involved in many charities.