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The Jacksonville Transportation Authority has ranked its top three choices to implement a new bicycle  sharing program in the city's urban core.

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After a string of shootings left six dead over the past four days, two Jacksonville lawmakers say it's time to declare a state of emergency.

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Another indicator that Jacksonville is a fast-moving city: 

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All over Florida, there are examples of underpaid, overworked teachers quitting the classroom. And fewer college graduates are deciding to become teachers. 

Mayoral Candidates Weigh In On Weekend Shootings

21 hours ago
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With four people killed over the weekend in Jacksonville, gun violence is an issue on voters’ minds as three candidates look to unseat Mayor Lenny Curry in next month’s election.

Storm Resiliency and Infrastructure Development Review Committee members met for the first time Friday.
Brendan Rivers / WJCT News

Jacksonville’s new Storm Resiliency and Infrastructure Development Review Committee met for the first time Friday afternoon and members agreed their first order of business will be to take a look at the rules and regulations surrounding new developments in the city and how to retrofit existing infrastructure.

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A bill that would pour nearly $3.5 million into repairing and replacing Jacksonville’s security cameras is moving ahead in the City Council.

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This week, we devoted the full program to the one-year anniversary of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

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For this week’s First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross Media Roundtable, our panel of journalists looked at some of the biggest stories of the week, including:

VyStar President and CEO Sheds Light On Credit Union's Strategy

Feb 15, 2019
Jacksonville Daily Record

In the coming months, Jacksonville residents will be seeing a lot more of VyStar Credit Union.

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An incentive that has helped grow the market for plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles (EVs) may be in jeopardy.

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A Senate Democrat filed a proposal Thursday that would lead to a requirement in the Florida Building Code that baby-changing tables be included in many buildings that are newly constructed or undergo “substantial” renovations.

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Jacksonville City Councilwoman and mayoral candidate Anna Lopez Brosche is facing an ethics complaint alleging she failed to include money deposited in a state retirement fund on her financial disclosure form.

Bill Bortzfield

It’s the beginning of the end for Volkswagen’s storied Beetle.


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Jacksonville Daily Record

The Players Championship is moving back to its original spot in March this year.

In this Business Brief, Jacksonville Daily Record Associate Editor David Cawton tells WJCT News Director Jessica Palombo the change looks like a hole-in-one for organizers.

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