Mayor Alvin Brown said Wednesday he strongly supports a new pension reform proposal developed by two private citizens in consultation with the mayor’s office.
Anthony West woke up Sunday, November 16 to a scenario that probably felt like a nightmare. His daughter had been shot in the head by his son with a BB gun. The BB pellet had penetrated the girl’s skull, and the head wound was pouring out blood.
His son had been playing with the air gun the night before. West told Action News Jax, “I guess my son just grabbed it. They were in here playing and stuff and it was a freak accident.”
As the latest film in the Hunger Games franchise opens this week, First Coast Connect pop culture philosophy contributor Nicolas Michaud has thoughts on dangerous entertainment both onscreen and on the field.
Osler writes, “I often get a message from my laptop saying that the virtual memory is too low and that the computer will adjust it. Why is this happening almost four to five times a week?”
Policy Matters is WJCT’s quarterly radio series hosted by Rick Mullaney, Director of Jacksonville University’s Public Policy Institute. Each installment explores how public policy issues, including taxes, healthcare and pensions, affect our daily lives. The November 2014 episode featured State Attorney Angela…