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Courtney Robinson

Courtney Robinson is an Emmy Award winning anchor currently anchoring the noon and 5 p.m. newscasts for 10 Tampa Bay.

Courtney was born and raised on Fort Bragg, N.C. Her father, the late LTC Craig Robinson served with Special Operations. A graduate of the West Point, he lost his life in 1994 after assuming command of the 501 st Command Support Group in Korea.

Courtney is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She came to Florida from Washington, D.C. where she reported for the ABC affiliate. Over her career, she’s reported on many national stories including the mass shooting at Virginia Tech, presidential elections and inaugurations, hurricanes, snowstorms, and countless issues impacting families.

In 2019, Courtney received an Emmy for her in-depth reporting on the lack of funding for pediatric cancer research. Her reporting in the investigative unit exposed on-going issues for military families living in homes with mold.

Courtney serves on the Board of Directors for High Risk Hope and the Advisory Boards for BabyCycle Diaper Bank and My Warrior’s Place. She also volunteers with many other local organizations including The Special Operations Warrior Foundation, Remember Honor Support, the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida and St. John’s Episcopal Church and Parish Day School.

She and her husband Brad live in South Tampa with their two children Harper and Vincent and their yellow lab, Hanford.