First Coast

News affecting Duval, Baker, Nassau, St. Johns or Clay counties.

Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

Candidates for the top job at Jacksonville’s only historically black college will meet with students and faculty Wednesday.

Edward Waters College has named the two finalists to replace outgoing President Nat Glover.

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Whole Foods Market proposes to renovate its only Jacksonville location, updating much of the Mandarin store’s food-service areas in an almost $643,000 project.

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Modern Cities

As road work nears completion on I-95 in downtown Jacksonville, a new interchange on the border of San Marco and St. Nicholas is spurring major development there.

Cathedral Arts Project

Florida arts organizations are saying they feel like losers in this year’s state budget process.

Bob Self/The Florida Times-Union

Florida State College at Jacksonville is getting into the restaurant business.

One Story Ends, Another Begins: John McCain’s Jacksonville Homecoming 45 Years Ago

Mar 16, 2018
Florida Times-Union file photo

Forty-five years ago Sunday, John McCain woke up in Jacksonville to start the rest of his life.

Parent Company Of Winn-Dixie And Harveys Filing For Bankruptcy Protection; 94 Stores To Close

Mar 16, 2018
Florida Times-Union file photo

The parent company of Winn-Dixie and Harveys supermarkets said it will file for bankruptcy protection.

Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

Duval County is joining other school districts around the state demanding Governor Rick Scott call lawmakers back to Tallahassee to retool the state’s K-12 education budget.

Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

The top three factors new teachers say would contribute to them deciding to quit their jobs in Duval County Public Schools are pay, school culture and lack of support. That’s on par with how teachers are feeling across the country, according to the Education Week Research Center.

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Gabrielle Garay

The iconic Toys R Us chain is going out of business and has already begun liquidating some stores. All physical locations will be closing down after 70 years of business. 

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A trio of health clinics for cash-strapped seniors is opening in Jacksonville this summer.

The primary-care clinics are set to serve as many as 9,000 people.

Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

Jacksonville’s Main Street Bridge will close this weekend from 6:30 Friday night until 6 a.m. Sunday for work on the mechanism that raises the roadway to allow boats to pass underneath.

King Street is partially closed for repairs to the sewers.
Joslyn Simmons / WJCT

Part of King Street - in Jacksonville’s Riverside area - is closed due to sewer work with businesses now being forced to prepare for a slower pace as St.Patrick’s Day weekend approaches.

Photo: WJCT News, Logos: iHeart Radio

The "substantial doubt" that iHeartMedia's corporate leaders expressed around the company's likelihood of surviving another year, mentioned in its quarterly financial report last November, has been put to rest.

Faith Matters 3/15/2018: Faith In The Workplace

Mar 15, 2018

Thursday on Faith Matters hosts Kyle Reese, Senior Pastor at Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church and Executive Director of OneJax Nancy Broner took a look at religion in the workplace.