Two Republican candidates squared off in a debate Wednesday at a meeting of the Southside Business Men’s Club — but they’re running for different offices.
Last year, Governor Rick Scott vetoed a bill that state lawmakers had approved asking for $50,000 to create a task force to study Florida’s cold case practices.
For Ryan Backmann, creator of the cold case database, getting the bill passed is personal.
The sounds from 2016 Jacksonville Jazz Fest will fill the streets of downtown Jacksonville this weekend.Douglas Anderson School of the Arts junior Skyler Nolan serenaded city officials on his saxophone Wednesday morning as he helped herald the 35th ann…
At the same time many teens are learning to drive, some Duval County students are also learning to cook behind the wheel.Two high school teams competed in a food truck cook off at the Duval Schools administration building this week. The two teams, whic…
Cold CasesDuval County has more than 1,200 unsolved murders dating back to 1970, but no statewide data is available.Now advocates from the Jacksonville group Project: Cold Case hope their new online database will help find justice for these many forgot…
The Jacksonville City Council voted 13 to 5 Tuesday night to rezone an old laundromat in Riverside, paving the way for a 150-seat restaurant, The Roost.
Activists are demanding for a Jacksonville police officer who killed an unarmed man be charged with first-degree murder.The New Black Panther Party and Kemetic Empire of Jacksonville rallied at City Hall Tuesday to protest the killing of Vernell Bing.
Throughout this Memorial Day weekend more than 300 performers will give voice to Florida’s heritage at the Florida Folk Festival, which runs May 27-29. Tickets range from $5-$50, and children ages 6 and younger are free.
Friends of Hemming Park, the group in charge of running the downtown park, said this week that it needs $250,000 from City Hall or it will have to cease operations.
This puts the group’s long-term vision for beautifying and programming the downtown space in doubt.
Vince Cavin, CEO of Friends of Hemming Park, joins us to discuss their future.