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Jax Nonprofit To Measure Return On Investment For Housing Florida’s Homeless

The Jacksonville nonprofit Ability Housing says public housing for the homeless is a good way to use public resources.

Ability Housing provides homes for people who don’t have them. Executive Director Shannon Nazworth says when people are living on the streets they’re costing the state more than when they’re housed, mainly in emergency room visits and prison stays.


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Jacksonville Airport Operations Back To Normal After Security Scanner Hiccup

Passengers at Jacksonville International Airport are once again moving smoothly through security now that a broken TSA scanner is working again.

JIA spokeswoman Debbie Jones says travelers weren’t so lucky early Tuesday morning, however.

“It really caused a significant delay for many passengers. The machine has since been repaired and is operating normally. So we’re not seeing any significant delays related to that,” she said Tuesday afternoon.

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$2 Gasoline Now The Norm In Florida, U.S.

People who take road trips during the holidays are finding it’s less expensive to fill up the gas tank than it’s been in a long time. Gas for less than $2 per gallon can be found at nearly three-quarters of the nation’s filling stations, according to AAA.

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Business Brief: What’s In Store For The Economy In 2016?

As 2015 comes to a close, economists are looking ahead and trying their best to guess what market forces will do in 2016.

In the last “Business Brief” of the year, analyst John Burr tells WJCT News Director Jessica Palombo the year ahead will probably start with a whimper—but it could end with a bang. 

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