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Jacqueline Fell

Washington, D.C.
DC Correspondent, Cox Media Group
Covers:  politics, housing, cybercrime, health care, economy, social media, criminal justice, gay and lesbian issues, airlines, us congress, transportation, veterans, guns
Doesn't Cover: sports
DC correspondent. Charlotte’s momma. Figuring out life and reporting. If it matters to you, it matters to me. Story Ideas:

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Reports for @KTVU @WPXI @WSBTV @KIRO7Seattle @WFTV @WSOC_TV @KFOX14 @WTOV9 and others. Local news reporter taking a swing at a new way of telling stories.

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@jackiefell — 4,112 followers, 26,899 tweets

Oh my gosh. I cannot even imagine how much money is going to be spent on the Colorado Senate race. Senator Cory Gardner versus John Hickenlooper, the top Democrat on the ticket right now and former presidential candidate. #2020election #Politics
Just kidding ... the bow didn’t stay. We took a momentary #bowlife break lol @mygymannapolis
Someone is ready to go tumble and flip at @mygymannapolis Don’t worry- the bow stays on! #bowlife #babylife
I'm still stuck on what CBP said yesterday. The U.S. government will not give flu vaccines to migrant families being held in detention centers near the U.S.-Mexico border.
DHS Secretary introduces rule that would allow indefinite detention of migrant families. It's ending the current policy that required kids to be held no longer than 20 days #breaking
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What was your first job as a journalist?

First paid job was in Upstate New York in a tiny town called Horesheads.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes but never as a working journalist!

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

April O'Neil from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Kimberly Mitchell from Scandal.


Society of Professional Journalists Award

2011 - Breaking News

Green Eyeshade Award for breaking news. Gunman barricades himself inside Central Florida hospital.