TALLAHASSEE — Wildlife officials will use input from an ongoing series of webinars to help make their case about how a black-bear hunt could be held later this year, even as many of the questions posed come from critics.
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When parts break on the International Space Station, astronauts can get instant replacements thanks to onboard 3-D printers. In this “Business Brief,” analyst John Burr tells WJCT News Director Jessica Palombo those 3-D printers are made by a company called Made in Space, and it has a growing operation in Jacksonville.
An oversight committee decided Thursday city dollars earmarked for an alternative to out-of-school suspension program will now be used for programs to keep kids out of jail. The initiative, Jax Journey, is to help stop crime in Jacksonville.
Northeast Florida’s manatee population is rebounding, according to new research Jacksonville University.
This week scientists counted the most manatees ever spotted in a single day.
With hurricane season less than week away, here’s the latest update from the The Florida Public Radio Emergency Network:Tropical development likely, but it would be weakHigh confidence system stays east of Florida with minimal impac
On the May 2016 edition of Policy Matters, host Rick Mullaney speaks with Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry and current City Council President Greg Anderson about the city’s upcoming pension referendum.You can subscribe to the Policy Matters podcast in iT…
Coast Guard hearing into October’s sinking of the cargo freighter El Faro on Wednesday focused on routine ship inspections.
When paleontologist Mike Triebold unearthed part of a dinosaur shoulder blade in Montana three years ago, he had no idea that he had stumbled upon a new species.
“When we collected it, we at first thought it was what is known as an Avaceratops, which is a known but rare Ceratopsian,” he said. “After we were working on it for a while, and began really thoroughly preparing the bones and analyzing them and comparing them, we realized, ‘Wait a minute. This is not an Avaceratops. It’s a brand new species.’ ”
In this episode of Reveal, we’re using the full hour to take a deep look at the leaking and publication of the Pentagon Papers. At the center of the episode are two guys who have a knack for being in the room when history gets made:…