Out of every 10 babies born in Florida today, six are expected to become overweight or obese before graduating from high school.
“If all the ice melts — and that’ll happening if we keep doing what we’re doing — the oceans come up 75 meters. That’s about 250 feet,” Dennis Bushnell, chief scientist at NASA’s Langley Research Center, told the crowd Friday morning.
Light-show technician Richard Borders has some stories to tell after working with some of the world’s most famous musicians.
Jacksonville’s park system was ranked in the bottom 10 in the country, a MOSH exhibit shows just how much Florida’s springs have changed over the years, and a new autopsy contradicts the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office’s narrative in a police-involved shooting.
A Jacksonville Museum of Science and History exhibit shows Florida’s springs are changing.
The Jacksonville Public Library opened a new space Thursday to give start-up founders a place to collaborate.
A peer support group called the Jacksonville Community of Entrepreneurs, which formed from this year’s One Spark, will meet on the second floor of the downtown library to provide mentoring, networking opportunities and workshops.
Raquel Steffens is one of the community’s co-founders. She says the library provides a space where anyone can develop their ideas.
Jacksonville police shot 28-year-old D’Angelo Stallworth this month at a Westside apartment complex. The Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate, but Stallworth’s family’s attorney says a new autopsy points to a different narrative than what police have said happened that day.
Jacksonville’s parks are in need of improvement, according to the annual survey by The Trust for Public Land. Jacksonville’s ranked among the 10 worst park systems in the nation.
Jacksonville came in 68th out of 75 cities in the survey.