A gun rights nonprofit is suing the University of Florida and its president over policies for guns on campus.
Duval County Public Schools is ringing in its 150th birthday with a new look.
A new central hub for transportation, traffic, law enforcement, and fire and rescue agencies in the four-county Jacksonville metro area will be up and running by the end of 2014.
The woman at the center of a case involving race, gender and the state’s controversial gun laws will remain free on bond, a judge ruled Friday.
A generous donation from a Jacksonville-based non-profit will support research and services for local terminally ill children, including a new fellowship at the University of Florida.
A half-century after President Lyndon Johnson declared a war on poverty, the nation is taking stock of victories and losses.
The ramp from Atlantic Boulevard and Philips Highway to Interstate 95 reopened in time for morning rush hour Friday after a day of heavy traffic across Jacksonville.
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