Paige Kelton is an award winning Investigator Reporter who has called Jacksonville home for almost 25 years.
She has a special interest in covering issues that affect children and serves on the Community Advisory Board for the First Coast Child Protection Team. She has reported extensively on Jacksonville's battle against child abuse and online predators.
She has received six Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards for “Investigative Reporter,” "Crime Reporting," "Politics/Government Reporting," "Spot News," "Newscast” and “General Assignment Reporting.”
A 14-time regional Emmy nominee and recipient of the AP Florida Broadcasters Awards for Individual Achievement and documentary, Paige was also recognized as Media Advocate of the Year by both the Mayor's Victims Assistance Advisory Council in 2014 and Florida’s Children First in 2016.
Paige has B.A. in Media Arts and Telecommunications from Chico State University. While in college, she worked for National Public Radio.
Paige served on the Board of Directors for the Florida Associated Press Broadcasters, after spending 18 years as Main Anchor, she now leads the Special Projects team at Action News Jax.
The longtime District Attorney of Brunswick, Georgia, criticized for her handling of several high-profile criminal cases, was ousted by voters on Tuesday. Brunswick attorney Keith Higgins, an independent, defeated the Republican incumbent Jackie Johnson 53% to 47%.
It’s a local sheriff’s final mission – to catch a convicted child abuser who’s escaped justice. Action News Jax Investigator Paige Kelton shows his 28-year search for a criminal -- Gregory Chandler -- who could be hiding in plain sight.