First Coast

News impacting Duval, Baker, Nassau, St. Johns and Clay counties.

Art Walk
Downtown Vision

The First Wednesday Art Walk in downtown Jacksonville is putting out the call to local artists to sign up now for 2018.

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Jacksonville-based will build a new six story office building with parking for 1,200 at 5379 Gate Parkway on the Southside. 

Corrine Brown Co-conspirators Argue For Light Sentences at Hearing

Nov 15, 2017

Corrine Brown's former chief of staff and the founder of a bogus charity used as a personal piggy bank by Brown and her associates are making their case in federal court Wednesday for what punishment they should receive for their involvement in the scheme.

Jax Chamber

If you work downtown you may notice quite a few people headed toward the Jax Chamber building next to the Main Street Bridge this evening.

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The University of North Florida has suspended a student following a threatening social media message, UNF President John Delaney said Tuesday night.

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University of North Florida President John Delaney is dispelling rumors circulating on campus following social media posts, including one that contains a threatening message.

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Florida Governor Rick Scott Tuesday unveiled his last budget proposal as the state’s chief executive in Jacksonville.

Scott said it represents a historic investment across the board.

Policy Matters: Mark Lamping & Jason Altmire

Nov 14, 2017

In the November episode of Policy Matters host Rick Mullaney, director of Jacksonville University's Public Policy Institute, spoke with Jacksonville Jaguars president Mark Lamping about the plans owner Shad Khan has for the redevelopment of the Shipyards and other projects at or near the Sports Complex.

He also spoke with former Congressman Jason Altmire (D-PA) about his book “Dead Center” which deals with political polarization in America and what can be done about it. 

St. Vincent's Healthcare

St. Vincent’s HealthCare is planning to build a $55 million heart and vascular pavilion at its Riverside Avenue campus.

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The Seminole Tribe of Florida and Disney Worldwide Services spent $1.55 million in October to back a proposed constitutional amendment that would make it harder to expand gambling in the state, according to a newly filed finance report.