Lindsey Kilbride

Reporter

Reporter Lindsey Kilbride joined WJCT News full time after completing a radio documentary program at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine.

Lindsey has a degree in multimedia journalism from the University of North Florida, and she's a former WJCT News intern.

When she's not drinking coffee on deadline, she can be found cuddling her cats. 

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Democratic North Florida Congressman Al Lawson said he’s hearing public education and healthcare as main concerns from his constituents during a stop in Jacksonville Monday to speak at a Rotary Club meeting.

Lawson also said he’s also looking at issues specific to Jacksonville, including securing funding to deepen the St. Johns River for larger ships.

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After the murder of a San Jose Elementary music teacher, her Duval County colleagues are working hard to keep her legacy alive by continuing an arts event she created.

The murder happened March 23. Deborah Liles, a 62-year-old music teacher, wife and mother had been found in her home beaten and killed in a home invasion.


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Duval County School Board members have begun talking about qualities they want in an interim superintendent. With current superintendent Nikolai Vitti likely taking a job in Detroit very soon, Board Chair Paula Wright said at Thursday’s meeting, the district can’t be without a leader.

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As the Duval County School Board budgets for the upcoming school year, it’s facing another potential funding challenge from the state Legislature in the form of a last-minute amendment.

While schools with large amounts of students living in poverty get extra federal funding under Title I, the board isn’t sure if it will be able to pay for several Title I programs if the measure passes.

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State health officials stopped in Jacksonville Wednesday to hear about how opioid abuse is affecting Northeast Florida. It was their fourth stop on a state tour, set up by Governor Rick Scott.  

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