Lindsey Kilbride

Reporter

Reporter Lindsey Kilbride joined WJCT News in 2015 after completing the radio documentary program at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine.

Lindsey also 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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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.

NeuroInitiative, Inc.

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.

Edward Waters College

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.

Lindsey Kilbride

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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When people with opposing views come to the table, it can often be a bitter battle to prove superiority instead of a respectful conversation.

Generation W Profiles is a series highlighting influential women. The project is a collaborative effort between WJCT and the Generation W Women’s Leadership Conference.

PaulMcCartney.com

Paul McCartney, one of the two remaining founders of legendary rock group The Beatles, will play his only Florida gig this summer in Jacksonville.

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Now that the 2014 One Spark festival has concluded, what comes next for downtown Jacksonville?

Hiatt Woods / Blood Orange Media

Downtown Jacksonville is getting a little more visually exciting thanks to The Looking Lab: Art in Empty Storefronts, a project that transforms empty storefront windows into mini pop-up art exhibits.

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Generation W Profiles is a series highlighting influential women on the First Coast. The project is a collaborative effort between WJCT and the Generation W Women’s Leadership Conference, which is scheduled for April 4, 2014.

Karen Brown is a partner at Ernst & Young.

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One Spark is a festival for creators to get funding for their projects, but as one local business can attest, being a One Spark creator isn't all about dollars and cents.

Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT

Many children identify with fictional characters. Some watch the same morning cartoons while they wait for the school bus.

Does the word “rosebud” spark excitement or nostalgia for you? If the answer is yes, WJCT has your ticket next month.

Survival Straps

Jacksonville will be making an appearance at this year’s Olympics in a big way. Every member of Team USA, about 800 athletes, will be receiving products from Jacksonville-based Survival Straps.

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