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Jacksonville Transportation Authority

On this episode of Redux:

Jacksonville’s City Council president wants Confederate monuments moved to museums, which has Mayor Lenny Curry worried about potential uprisings.

Why 35 teachers were reassigned from Duval Schools three days before starting the new school year.

Jacksonville is at the forefront of driverless public transportation planning.

Plus a preview of this month’s After Hours music programming with WJCT Music Director David Luckin.  

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Mattamy Homes

On this episode of Redux:

The Florida Times-Union is being sold to GateHouse Media. 

Jacksonville may take on big pharma.  

Millennials are gravitating to older neighborhoods.  

And finally, meet Jacksonville Jaguars team barber, 27-year-old Eric Rivera.

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On this episode of Redux:

While one small town in St. Johns County may evaporate, its big neighbor to the north, Jacksonville, is being touted as a “go-to” spot to visit. It even has plans for a walkable Arts District. Then we’ll circle back to St. Johns County to tell you how the Woman’s Exchange has been caring for a really old building in St. Augustine.

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Florida Department of Transportation

On this episode of Redux: “First Coast Connect” callers react to a viral video of a 21-year-old Jacksonville man’s being cited by a police officer for jaywalking and not carrying a driver’s license.

A new UF Health Jacksonville initiative will target black churches to spread the gospel of healthy choices.

Dogs that may have been headed for euthanasia at local shelters get a “new leash on life” after graduating from obedience training in a Jacksonville prison.

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On this episode of Redux, we bring you an update on a 2010 case that was originally ruled a suicide but has since evolved into something altogether different.

Here's the latest on the death of St. Augustine woman Michelle O’Connell from Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Walt Bogdanich. 

Then, St. Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver has left no doubt where she stands on the impact of sea water rise in her area. But when it comes to using the term “global warming,” that’s another story. Find out why.

Also, find out what one politician is doing to help keep police mug shots away from companies looking to make a profit. We’ll then bring you a story about retail trends in Jacksonville, as well as stories about free swim lessons for area youth and beach renourishment.


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