Tiffany Salameh

News Intern

Tiffany Salameh is a senior at the University of North Florida, pursuing a degree in multimedia journalism and political science.

While hitting the books and producing news content is her full-time commitment, Tiffany always makes time for the beach, dining local and her pup.

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Springfield’s Henry L. Brown Kooker Park is getting a facelift thanks to grants from ESPN and the NFL totaling $125,000.

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Jacksonville elected city officials would be able to serve three consecutive terms instead of two under a proposal that’s advancing in City Council.

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Florida businessman Robert Palmer has bought the Jacksonville Armada, he announced Tuesday.

Jacksonville football coaches are coming together to work towards one goal: ending violence in Northwest Jacksonville. More than 20 coaches are leading a free football camp called Stop The Violence scheduled for Sunday, July 16, at Scott Park.

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A Jacksonville man was threatened with jail time and given two citations for jaywalking and not carrying his ID last month. Devonte Shipman recorded his encounter with Officer J.S. Bolen of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office in a video that went viral with over half a million views. 

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Mayor Lenny Curry is proposing six weeks of paid parental leave for all city employees. The proposal would apply to both men and women following the birth or adoption of a child.

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Cases of domestic violence in Flagler increased by more than 8 percent last year and two homicides related to domestic violence have occurred since January.

Now, the increase has prompted Sheriff Rick Staly to take action.

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There are mixed feelings when it comes to the reputation of downtown Jacksonville.

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More than 20 buildings are featured on the Jacksonville Historical Society’s 2017 list of most endangered buildings.

The buildings on the list are subject to demolition if renovations are not made in the near future.  Wayne Wood of the historical society said the time frame for demolition varies with each building.

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A rabid cat was found at the intersection of Beach Boulevard and 10th Tenth Street North in Jacksonville Beach, prompting a rabies alert in effect through Aug. 11.

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JEA’s SolarSmart program is offering customers a way to benefit from solar energy without installing solar panels on their roofs.

The program allows customers to receive a percentage of their energy from the utility’s renewable solar source for an additional cost.

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For some kids, summer break brings on a haunting reality: Where am I going to get my next meal?

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Mayor Lenny Curry and emergency preparedness officials are encouraging Jacksonville residents to start preparing now for the hurricane season, which began Thursday.

“Have a plan, get a kit and know your zone,” Curry said.

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If you’ve ever wanted to touch a T. rex at a museum without getting kicked out, now’s your chance. Jacksonville’s Museum of Science and History is bringing dinosaurs to life in its new exhibit, “Dinosaurs in Motion.”

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Updated: 05/24 at 9 a.m.

An autonomous Skyway monorail system, a multi-modal hub transportation center, and more bus lines are just some of the things the Jacksonville Transportation Authority has in store for the community.