Lindsey Kilbride

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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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With Jacksonville's 2015 mayoral race underway, it's clear that the addition of protections for certain people under the city's Human Rights Ordinance will be an election issue. Here are the specifics of the HRO expansion bill that failed in 2012.

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Clinics all over Jacksonville will be administering HIV tests on the house this week.

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Dust off your resumes because companies will be on the search for prospective employees next week. 

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Get ready for trickery and stolen gold because there’s a pirate ship in town.

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Many people may disregard AIDS as the terrifying epidemic of the 1980’s and 90's, but others say there is still a colossal problem with new infections.

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A lower-powered FM radio station planned for the University of North Florida is in financial limbo after UNF’s student government denies its funding.

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Be forewarned — Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office will show no mercy to unbelted drivers this Memorial Day weekend.

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The annual Jacksonville Jazz Festival will have a change of scenery this year, and local businesses have mixed reviews.

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U.S. Army veteran Wes Moore is not only a best-selling author, but also the executive producer of the PBS series “Coming Back,” premiering May 13 on WJCT and PBS stations across the country.

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Peter Rummell, the powerful fundraiser who backed Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown's successful campaign in 2011, has publicly broken from the mayor.

Rummell told the editorial board for the Florida-Times Union this week that Brown "doesn’t know how to manage… he has no courage… he’s wimped out.”

Rummell has now said that he will support Florida GOP chairman,  Lenny Curry in the 2015 mayoral election. Curry told Florida Republican Party leaders Thursday that he was stepping down as state chair.

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There’s a gigantic rusty-red and cream colored building on the side of Union Street. It has multiple entrances, one of which leads up a concrete staircase to the door of a facility called JaxHax.

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While video games may have a reputation as a mind-numbing form of entertainment, one local company is introducing gaming technology as a way to treat debilitating neurological diseases.

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As of Wednesday, a new historical marker stands on the lawn in front of the library at the Edwards Waters College campus.

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Florida voters will decide this November whether the state will become the 22nd in the nation to legalize marijuana for medical use, and debate on the issue will likely continue until Election Day.

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This past spring break, seven University of North Florida students went on a trip led by the Environmental Center to a Florida water destination, but it didn’t have the bikini and beer pong ambiance one might expect.

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