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Daralene Jones Biography
Daralene Jones born as Daralene Mesha JoAnna Jones is an American reporter and anchor currently working for NBC 10 since January 2013. She also worked as a reporter at ABC affiliate WFTV, in Orlando, Florida. Jones went on to become a lead reporter at WREG-TV in Memphis, where she exposed violence against public school teachers and flaws in the Memphis City Schools electronic attendance system.
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Daralene’s information about the exact date of birth is not yet confirmed.
Daralene Jones Family
Jones is the daughter of Russell Hawkins of Chicago and the late Shirley Jean Head.
Daralene Jones Education
Jones attended and graduated from Illinois State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication, Journalism and Related Programs. She also attended the University of Illinois where she received Masters of Arts, Public Affairs.
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Jones got married to a mechanical engineer for Lockheed Martin, Antoine Jamaal Bell in June 2013 at the Orange County Regional History Center in Orlando, Florida. The son of Sandra F. Bell in Olivia, N.C.
Daralene Jones Career
Jones started her journalism career at WICS-TV in Springfield, Illinois, covering state government. While there she was the only local reporter allowed onto death row to interview inmates after Governor George Ryan granted blanket clemency before leaving the office. She moved on to WCIA-TV in Champaign, Illinois, where she continued to cover the State Capitol and served as Decatur Bureau Chief. During her time there, she earned an Associated Press Award for Best Reporter and community honors for her coverage of social service issues. Jones went on to become a lead reporter at WREG-TV in Memphis, where she exposed violence against public school teachers and flaws in the Memphis City Schools electronic attendance system.
Jones has earned a reputation as an enterprising reporter who delivers exclusive stories and breaking news. During her tenure at WFTV, she was the lead reporter on the death of Trayvon Martin and the hazing death of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion. Her coverage of both stories gained a national following. Known for holding public figures accountable, she interviewed Florida Governor Rick Scott days after the 2012 presidential election and pressed him on his controversial refusal to extend early voting in the state and the impact that may have had in delayed election results. Her reporting was featured on MSNBC.
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Channel 9 News reports: “A Zellwood Elementary School student was arrested for attacking her teacher, according to Orange County investigators. Miesha Bryant is 10 years old, but she’s already charged with felony battery for what happened at her school. WFTV spoke with Bryant and her mother, Sebrina Bryant. “Did she need to be arrested?” WFTV reporter Daralene Jones asked Sebrina Bryant. “No. No. No,” she said. “I was shocked, devastated.” Sebrina Bryant said she was furious. She said her fifth-grade daughter was just as innocent as she looked in her mug shot. But Bryant was arrested and charged with a felony for allegedly hitting a teacher.”