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WJCT Launches New Web, Television Concept Showcasing...07/31/14
WJCT is debuting a new programming concept both online and on television that shines a spotlight on this area’s amazing local talent.
Local Restaurant Owners Sued In Federal Court For Wage Violations
A federal lawsuit against a local restaurant is shining a light on a larger issue — exploited and often undocumented workers in our state and around the...
Anchors Aweigh: Local TV News Departures Spark Discussion
First Coast News has one less familiar face in the newsroom.
Support For Medical Marijuana In Florida Continues To Grow
A new poll is out showing that the state’s voters are actually in widespread agreement about something, and it’s an issue that cuts across race, age,...
Tech Tuesday: Local Education Nonprofit Wins Google Glass Contest
A local organization is getting a big nod from Google.
Climate Change Driving Politics In Race For Florida Governor
Climate wars are fueling the Florida governor’s race.
Cole Pepper: EverBank Mega Event A Success, Summer Of Soccer Continues,...
The scoreboards may have been the largest draw to EverBank Field this weekend, but there was some action on the field as well. Cole Pepper has it all in...
With Successful Scoreboard Unveiling, Examining The Economics Of...
People across the First Coast and NFL fans around the country are still talking this morning about Saturday night's "Mega Event" at Everbank Field.
Media Roundtable: Local Environmentalists Fight Drilling Companies On...
Environmental advocates and energy companies are at odds in a fight over what should be allowed in the waters of the First Coast.
JTA CEO Nat Ford On Plan To Optimize Jax Bus Routes
The Jacksonville Transportation Authority is undergoing an overhaul to meet the demands of 21st century commuters.
Disparate Obamacare Rulings Could Affect Florida Insurance Rates
Conflicting appeals court rulings over the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, have thrown the law’s future into an uncertain status.
Electro Lounge Host David Luckin's TV And Music Picks
WJCT Music Director David Luckin joined Melissa Ross to talk about his recent television favorites and some new music.
Florida Same-Sex Marriage Ban To Remain In Effect During Appeals Process
Last Friday morning, a local couple went downtown to Jacksonville’s Clerk of Courts office with a request they say they’d been waiting years to make — a...
Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Adrian Wyllie Makes An Impression...
A new poll is out looking at the Florida governor’s race and one candidate is doing better in the polls than you might expect.
Local Military Expert Lt. Gen. Hagenbeck On Downed Malaysia Airlines...
President Barack Obama called on Russian President Vladimir Putin Monday to clear the way for full international investigations of the site of the...
Al Letson Launches Crowdfunding For Comic Book Series
Acclaimed storyteller, performer and creator of the national award-winning Jacksonville-based public radio program State of the Re:Union, Al Letson is a...
Media Roundtable: Monroe County Ruling Sets Stage For Statewide...
Yesterday's court ruling in the Florida Keys that overturned Florida’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriages could have set the stage for a statewide...
Jax Native Takes Over As President Of US Naval War College
A First Coast native has just landed a prominent military post.
Looking At Art And Obsession In 5&Dime's '33 Variations'
When does an inquiry become an obsession?
Michael Boylan On The New Vision For WJCT
There is a new vision being developed for Jacksonville's public media stations joining WJCT's legacy, programming, and a commitment to community.
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