A political committee that supports Florida Governor Rick Scott has released an attack ad against a woman who confronted him in a Gainesville Starbucks. A video of the encounter went viral online and was picked up by national news outlets.
Deirdre Clayton was widowed at age 30 with two young children, while her career path led back to where she wanted ever since she was a teenager — to help people.
Today, she’s a guidance counselor in a Jacksonville middle school.
Footballs fans are invited to Everbank Field later this month to watch live televised coverage of the 2016 NFL draft picks.
There will be no more legal wrangling over a nullified 30-year pension agreement between the city of Jacksonville and the Police and Fire Pension Fund.
An appeals court Wednesday upheld a decision, voiding the 2001 deal because it was put together behind closed doors in violation of the state’s Sunshine Law. The Pension Fund Board appealed.
Jacksonville Electric Authority might revise a proposal to limit the amount it reimburses rooftop solar-panel users for their excess energy.The municipal utility said Thursday it is considering a 30-percent decrease in reimbursement.
A state-of-the-art, international bee-research lab could be coming to Gainesville if Florida beekeepers raise enough money.
Last month, Governor Rick Scott OK’d $2 million for bee research, and the University of Florida is covering some of the cost—but it all kicks in only if beekeepers raise $200,000 of their own.
WJCT Presents Special Screening & Panel Discussion of Independent Lens’ The Armor of Light, An Exploration of Faith To Fight Gun Violence
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Entrepreneurs and wanna-be entrepreneurs were in downtown Jacksonville Thursday for the second day of the One Spark crowdfunding festival, Creator Innovation Day.The conference is meant to help people take their businesses or ideas to the next le…
Mission One Million
Today marks World Health Day.
Here on the First Coast, Mayor Lenny Curry and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy marked the occasion with a major effort to improve the health of this entire community.
“Mission One Million” is a new, citywide initiative with the goal of getting all of Jacksonville to collectively lose one million pounds.
TALLAHASSEE — For the first time since shortly after the Civil War, it is no longer a crime for unmarried men and women to shack up in the Sunshine State.
Gov. Rick Scott signed 20 bills into law Wednesday, including a long-discussed repeal of the state’s rarely enforced ban on unmarried men and women living together.