Nikeya Heath

News Intern

Nikeya Heath is a senior at the University of North Florida, pursuing a degree in communication with a concentration in multimedia journalism. She has a passion for people, traveling, social media and fashion.

Following graduation, she plans to pursue a career as a broadcast journalist, where she will cover interesting stories in the Jacksonville community.

Nikeya enjoys blogging, playing tennis and indulging in Japanese cuisine in her free time.

Nikeya Heath / WJCT News

Last month, Green Cove Springs' historic Spring Park reopened after renovations.

homeless man on sidewalk
Mo Riza via Flickr

The Jacksonville nonprofit Changing Homelessness is asking for volunteers next month to help survey the city’s homeless population, especially those who once wore a uniform.

Nikeya Heath

In celebration of his birthday Wednesday, Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry announced an initiative to give a book to all babies born in Duval County.

Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

Jacksonville teens are kicking off an online fundraiser for their homeless peers.

exterior of dispensary
Nikeya Heath

Jacksonville’s first medical marijuana dispensary opened its doors to patients Wednesday at 6529 Beach Blvd. on the Southside.

Amazon cardboard box
News4Jax

Amazon is holding several hiring events as the company looks to add thousands of employees in Jacksonville to staff two distribution centers: one near the International Airport and another near Cecil Airport on the Westside.

The 5 & Dime Theatre Company

One of Jacksonville’s newest theater companies, the 5 & Dime, is expanding its offerings with a kids’ summer theater camp in downtown Jacksonville.

Care Connect app logo on screen
News4Jax

Nemours Children’s Health System has launched an app that allows pediatricians to treat kids through their parents’ smartphones or computers.

Torrey Wiley

Florida has launched an initiative to find more foster parents for children with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

 

Todd Frontom

A Duval County Boy Scouts' after school program is in jeopardy after losing state funding.

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