Kristy Wolski


Kristy Wolski is a general assignment reporter for Action News Jacksonville, WJAX-TV and WFOX-TV.

 Kristy Wolski always knew she wanted to be a journalist, but didn‘t always think it would be in TV. She was the editor for her high school newspaper and headed off to the University of Florida with plans for a degree in print journalism.

After working for the college TV station, WUFT-TV, and the school radio station, WUFT-FM, Kristy knew broadcast journalism was the perfect fit.

She graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication and landed her first job in sunny Panama City Beach, FL. Kristy’s love of sunshine took her to TV stations in Tampa/St.Petersburg, San Diego and now Jacksonville!

A little more about Kristy: She grew up on a small island in Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, making her a lover of blue crabs, the Orioles and the Ravens. (Don’t worry she’s a Jags fan, too!)

Kristy’s non-news passion is traveling. Many years ago she set a goal to see at least three new cities a year. So far, so good!

Email Kristy at if you have a story idea, a tip on a must-visit spot or just want to say “hi!”

You can also follow Kristy on Twitter at @kristywolski or on Facebook at

Latest from Kristy Wolski

Radio transmissions from Wells Fargo glass operation released

For the first time we're hearing radio transmissions from the Jacksonville firefighter who rappelled down the Wells Fargo building to recover a dangling pane of glass. Firefighters worked quickly as a 40-pound pane of glass dangled from the 20th floor of the Wells Fargo building on Nov. 17. "I'm not sure ...

Action News is uncovering Jacksonville ties to Florida State University gunman Myron May.Serge Beaubrun, May's longtime friend, is now a student at the Florida Coastal School of Law.

Friend of FSU gunman said news of shooting 'very disheartening'

A longtime friend of the man police say opened fire at Florida State University told Action News he is still in shock. Serge Beaubrun attended Florida A&M University in 2004 and met Myron May through a relative. May was attending FSU. Beaubrun said May was “very smart, very influential, very well ...

Police: Boy, 12, threatened teacher with scissors, faces felony charges

A local boy is facing three felony charges after he was arrested for threatening his teacher with scissors. Justin Lamoree is just 12 but Action News has chosen to identify him because of the seriousness of the charges against him. Police say Lamoree threatened his teacher and class at Normandy ...

Widespread storm damage takes out playhouse, refrigerator

Monday afternoon's storm left severe damage throughout Jacksonville. A home on Glen Echo Road was one of the hardest hit by Monday afternoon's storm. A tree collapsed through a girl’s bedroom, destroying the second floor of the house. Crews with Absolute Tree spent several hours at the house removing the ...

Duval incumbent Richard Arthur keeps seat 4 in Neptune Beach

For the first time ever the winner of a Duval election, Richard Arthur, was decided in a game of chance. No military overseas ballots came in for the Neptune Beach City Council Seat 4 race by 7 p.m. Friday. Arthur faced challenger Rory Diamond. The two remained tied at 1,448 votes apiece. The winner was decided ...

Ping pong ball determines mayor for Florida town

For the first time ever, the winner of Florida's Duval County elections, Richard Arthur, was decided in a game of chance. No military overseas ballots came in for the Neptune Beach City Council Seat 4 race by 7 p.m. Friday. Arthur faced challenger Rory Diamond because the two remained tied at 1,448 votes apiece. The ...

St. Johns County Sheriff's Office

Neighbor calls 911 for alleged home invasion victim

The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man in connection with an alleged home invasion in Ponte Vedra Beach.   Deputies responded to the 100 block of Martinique Circle shortly after 2 p.m. Thursday after receiving a call about a home invasion.   Action News spoke with ...

Former St. Augustine mayor ordered to pay $3K in fines related to building collapse

On Wednesday night, a former mayor of St. Augustine faced a city code enforcement board. Len Weeks was called to answer for code violations that ended with the emergency demolition of a historic building. Board members heard testimony from Weeks and from the city to determine whether he should have ...

'He points it right at me': Victim describes carjacking suspect, now connected to murder

Police believe a car stolen in a carjacking was used just hours later in a deadly robbery and shooting at a Gate gas station. Around 10:50 p.m. Saturday, Toye Whitaker left work and took his family to the Hook Fish and Chicken restaurant on Moncrief Road. They were in the ...

Balloons released on 1-year-anniversary of deadly quadruple shooting

Friday marked one year since a deadly quadruple shooting in Murray Hill. Family and friends of Keyonna and Keshell Brown gathered at their grave site to release balloons in their memory.  “Their lives just disappeared, just vanished,” said Patricia Brown, grandmother.  The women were shot and killed on Randolph Street in ...

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