Monthly Archives: September 2015 (page 6)

St. Augustine Welcomes Spanish King, Queen

Ten days after the anniversary of the Spanish landing at St. Augustine, the king and queen of Spain landed on the First Coast to celebrate.

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano’s visit marks 14 years since the last time Spanish royalty visited America’s oldest city.

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First Read: Closing Out A Stormy Chapter For The Florida Standards Assessment

An investigation into a cyberattack launched earlier this year against Florida’s computer-testing platform for public schools has ended with no suspects and no apparent motive. The Jacksonville City Council will decide whether the city’s newly elected Planning Commission Chair Lisa King stays on the board at all. A building on the University of North Florida campus is getting high marks from voters in an American Institute of Architects poll.

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UNF Health Complex Makes Top Ten Architecture List

A building on the University of North Florida campus is getting high marks from voters in an American Institute of Architects poll.

UNF’s student-wellness complex is ranked this year’s seventh-best designed in Florida.

The 75,000 square foot building is the only Jacksonville structure in the top 10, beating out the Duval County County Courthouse for the honor.

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No Suspect, Motive Uncovered In Cyberattack On Florida Standards Test

An investigation into a cyberattack launched earlier this year against the state’s computer-testing platform for public schools has ended with no suspects and no apparent motive, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

State officials emphasized that the March incident was what is known as a Distributed Denial of Service, or DDoS, attack — which occurs when someone bombards a server with requests to overload it and make it unable to handle legitimate traffic.

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