Scott Harrison

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WJCT News Intern Scott Harrison is a Journalism Major at Flagler College. He also reports for the college's campus news website, The Gargoyle.

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A local law firm says talking on your phone while driving, hands free or not, can be just as dangerous as driving drunk.

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Chicago resident and One Spark creator Ed Hubbard is applying a new idea to an organism that’s been around for thousands of years: Earthworms.

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Jacksonville's mass transit system was among the city features given a boost by the 2014 One Spark festival earlier this month, with Skyway ridership showing a 104 percent over the same time last year.

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A new internet bug is affecting 60 percent of secure websites. Luckily, the Deemable Tech guys are on the case.

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When cellist and composer Dave Eggar got tired of playing only classical music, he combined his classical training with his eclectic musical tastes to create a sound that is all his own.

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A new venture designed to encourage more innovative ideas in education will make has made it's debut at One Spark 2014.

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With the 2014 One Spark festival  in full swing, where should visitors to downtown Jacksonville start their One Spark experience?

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April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, and the members of a local program that advocates for vulnerable children in traumatic situations is looking for volunteers.

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One Spark 2014 will kick off in one week, flooding Jacksonville with an estimated 150,000 visitors.

The event, which runs from April 9-14, stretches 20 square blocks with 77 venues and displays from more than 630 projects for visitors to enjoy.

Festival-goers cans also expect the expansion of a two-block food village on Laura Street between Adams  and Bay streets.

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The reconstruction of Jacksonville's Southbank Riverwalk may be completed way sooner than expected.

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