On this episode of Redux, members of the "Hemming Park 5" — now known as the "Jax 5" — speak publicly for the first time since a violent protest this past April.
Then, with a special legislative session currently underway as folks in Tallahassee continue work on finalizing the state budget, Duval County schools are wrestling with putting together its own budget. We’ll bring you the challenges ahead for Duval schools.
And if you’re a dog owner, there’s something you need to know to keep your dog safe from the H3N2 canine influenza virus.
We’ll also have a story on a Jacksonville children’s Hospital’s fight to open a pediatric trauma center, as well a piece on an area called the Rail Yard District.
Duval Schools could invest more in professional development for teachers while putting less money into the district’s emergency fund. These are among the possibilities, as Florida public schools face uncertainty over how much state funding they’ll have for the next school year.
Jacksonville residents and business owners have three months to register their burglar alarms with the Sheriff’s Office.
Jacksonville’s Wolfson Children’s Hospital is challenging the state’s rejection of its application to operate a trauma center.
A group of business owners is trying to drum up interest in what they’re calling Jacksonville’s “Rail Yard District” just west of downtown.
The Clay County Humane Society is trying to get a jump on dog flu before it has a chance to spread.
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