Feb 17, 2015: WBLT: Mississippi Lawmaker Criticized for Comments About African-Americans
State Rep. Gene Alday says his recent comments about African Americans were "taken out of context". WLBT's Courtney Ann Jackson reports.
Mar 2, 2011: Jackson Jambalaya: Congratulations to Fox40's Courtney Ann Jackson, Officially Jackson's Hottest Reporter.
Congratulations to Fox40's Courtney Ann Jackson, winner of Jackson Jambalaya's "Hottest Reporter in Jackson" poll. Courtney is 23, graduated from Honors College at Ole Miss last May, and is "thrilled to be working in the capital city." Here are some additional photos of Ms. Jackson she was nice enough to provide to JJ.
Courtney Ann Jackson grew up in Corinth, MS, and was thrilled to begin her journalism career in her home state.
Courtney Ann is a 2006 Corinth High School honors graduate.
She graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Mississippi where she was also a Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College graduate.
Her achievements while at Ole Miss include: First Place-Best News Story in College; Mississippi Associated Press Broadcasters Association, First Place-On-Site TV News Packaging; Southeast Journalism Conference, Ole Miss Student Media Center representative at the 2008 National College Media Convention, 2009 Associated Student Body NewsWatch Debate moderator, Kappa Tau Alpha National Honor Society, Chancellor's Leadership Class, Gamma Beta Phi Honors Society, National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Delta Gamma Sorority.
Also in the courtroom: Adrian Shipman, the Oxford mom who filed the legal objection to Initiative 42A. pic.twitter.com/a58oHKGWW8— Courtney Ann Jackson (@courtneyannj) June 9, 2015
Jan 19, 2023: Coutney Ann Jacckson: WLBT: Medical marijuana regulations are designed to keep products out of children’s hands