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.

University of North Florida

David M. Szymanski has been selected by the Board of Trustees as the next University of North Florida president.

Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT News

Downtown Jacksonville is getting more help with its panhandlers and homeless community thanks to a new outreach specialist.

Thomas Hart Benton / Via The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Friday’s upcoming exhibit at the Cummer Museum of Arts and Garden will have a focus on the Navy and its sailors’ activities during World War Two.

Joslyn Simmons / WJCT

The Ritz Theatre and Museum’s annual Through Our Eyes art show is back on display on Saturday with a new twist for its 25th year. Unlike in previous years, selected artwork will also be displayed in South Africa.

Joslyn Simmons / WJCT

The Florida State College at Jacksonville has received a $25,000 Fire Cadet Academy Grant from the AT&T foundation to help students who want to become firefighters.

Joslyn Simmons / WJCT

A Jacksonville high school Marine Corps Junior ROTC cadet has received a prestigious award for his hard work ethic and leadership skills in the classroom and the community.

Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT News

The University of North Florida Police Department is taking steps to have body cameras available for all patrol officers and sergeants with the aid of a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.

Pratt Guys store exterior
Bonnie Zerr / WJCT

Pratt Guys is looking to hire 13 new people at its job fair on Sunday, Jan.21, at the company’s headquarters.

Ebyabe / Wikimedia Commons

An art exhibit inspired by the First Amendment will go on display Friday evening at the Karpeles Museum in the Jacksonville’s Springfield area.

Jacksonville Jaguars / Twitter

The Jacksonville Jaguars will return to London next season to play the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a NFL announcement.

Jacksonville City Hall
Ray Hollister / WJCT News

At tonight’s Jacksonville City Council meeting, the topics will range from an unnamed solar manufacturer known as Project Volt to addressing issues of overcrowding at the medical examiner’s office.