Joslyn Simmons

Joslyn Simmons is a WJCT News intern for spring 2018.

Joslyn is a senior at the University of North Florida pursuing a degree in multimedia journalism and sports management. She’s an aspiring sports journalist who currently covers her university’s athletic teams.

Joslyn loves learning about history and science in her free time.

A city inspector and her supervisor have been placed on leave following a controversial citation issued to Jaguar Power Sports for flying military flags, according to Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry’s office.

via News4Jax

Jacksonville City Councilwoman Lori Boyer has proposed a bill to help alleviate flooding from McCoys Creek.

Via University of North Florida

High school students will now have a new way to learn about the Civil Rights Movement with the help of a Jacksonville Eastside mural that is being created.

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With the UniverSoul Circus coming into town this week, PETA has followed the act to its latest stop in Jacksonville Tuesday.

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JEA CEO Paul McElroy Thursday presented the Jacksonville City Council with 22,000 pages of documents in response to their questions about potentially selling the publicly owned utility.

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The Jacksonville Transportation Authority revealed its second autonomous test vehicle Tuesday at its AV Test & Learn Track near the sports complex downtown, which is across the street from the Intuition Ale Works on Bay Street.

Gov. Rick Scott
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Governor Rick Scott visited of K9s For Warriors in Ponte Vedra Beach Thursday to highlight $180 million in funding that has been earmarked in Florida’s recently passed budget to help military members and their families.

Exterior of Jacksonville City Hall.
Joslyn Simmons / WJCT

Council members and their constituents are becoming frustrated with the lack of visible progress being made clean-up of toxic ash in the soil in Jacksonville’s northwest side.

King Street is partially closed for repairs to the sewers.
Joslyn Simmons / WJCT

Part of King Street - in Jacksonville’s Riverside area - is closed due to sewer work with businesses now being forced to prepare for a slower pace as St.Patrick’s Day weekend approaches.

Women in action projected during the discussion.
Joslyn Simmons / WJCT

Women Veterans and Active Duty members from the University of North Florida and surrounding areas came together Tuesday for a discussion on their experiences in and out the service.

Survilence photo of robbery suspect.
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is looking for an Arlington-area robbery suspect. Just before 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7, police officers were called to Bank of America on Monument Road for a robbery.

Jacksonville skyline
Andrew Avitus / Wikimedia Commons

Increased traffic is expected over the weekend as a result of an influx of activities in downtown Jacksonville.

hammer
Kevin Spencer via Flickr

A 27-year veteran of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has resigned after being arrested Wednesday night for alleged fraud.

via Girl Scouts of Gateway Council

A group of Northeast Florida Girl Scouts are heading to the state round of a robotics competition.

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Half of the Jacksonville Beach Pier reopened Thursday morning following repairs to damage caused by hurricanes Matthew in 2016 and Irma last year.

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