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.

Tiffany Salameh

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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Tiffany Salameh

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.


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.