Cyd Hoskinson

Reporter / Host, "All Things Considered"

Cyd Hoskinson began working at WJCT on Valentine’s Day 2011. 

Among her many accomplishments, she hosted and produced a children’s radio show called "Balloons"; covered the Ted Bundy trial and, later, the Atlanta child murder trials; co-wrote, researched and produced "Flyers of Fortune," a radio documentary about an American pilot, who fought in the Spanish Civil War; co-produced a storytelling festival Telling Tales, at the Carter Center in Atlanta; interviewed former President Jimmy Carter, Coretta Scott King, Hosea Williams, Andrew Young, newspaper columnist Sydney J. Harris, Joan Fontaine and celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse.

Cyd is also a big fan of modern audio drama and, before coming to Jacksonville, she served on the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company’s Board of Directors.

She has a degree in elementary education from Florida State University — everything else she’s picked up along the way.

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Philip Levine's Twitter page

Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine has entered the Democratic race for Florida governor.

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The search is on for a new head football coach at the University of Florida after the school parted ways with Jim McElwain on Sunday, following the Gators’ 42-to-7 drubbing by Georgia the day before in Jacksonville.

National Parks Service

The Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve could be a lot more accessible in the years to come.

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday it has knocked out a major source of street level heroin on the First Coast.

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A nearly $5 million grant from Walmart will help more than a thousand young people working retail jobs in Jacksonville gain the skills they need to turn those jobs into careers.

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The Florida Gators face the Georgia Bulldogs Saturday at Jacksonville’s EverBank Field. But for some fans, the party’s already underway.

If you’ve got a wish list that includes shooting stars, this is a great time to dust it off and put it to use.

The Orionid meteor shower peaks this weekend, according to

The meteors are from Halley’s Comet, which swings by the earth every 75 years or so.

The icy comet leaves behind a trail of debris that the earth passes through a couple of times a year.

Mid-October is one of those times.

If you’re looking for something different to do this Saturday how about a three hour workout at the  Daily’s Place Flex Field?  

The Main Street Bridge in Downtown Jacksonville

The national Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is highlighting local LGBT civil rights efforts with its annual municipal equality index.

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It’s called KRACK, which is short for Key Reinstallation Attack, and it can leave your Wi-Fi enabled devices susceptible to a hacker's attack.


Downtown Jacksonville’s Main Street Bridge will be closed weeknights for the next two weeks.

FSCJ President Cynthia Bioteau

The state Board of Education will meet in Jacksonville Wednesday.

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Florida State College at Jacksonville is one of 150-community colleges nationwide in the running for a $1 million prize.

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Nope, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you.

There is, in fact, a 100-foot tall Ferris wheel towering over Metropolitan Park.

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It’s been a month since Hurricane Irma scoured the First Coast, yet some  sections of Jacksonville remain flooded.  In this St. Nicholas neighborhood (see lead photo), standing water Thursday morning made driving tricky.