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The Week In Web - HIV, EverBank Field, Crystal Metheney

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HIV, party cabanas, passenger rail, and Crystal Metheney were among our top stories this week.Here are the top stories on from June 9-13:

Facing The Stigma Of HIV And AIDS In Jacksonville - Jacksonville is home to about 6,000 people living with HIV, and since 2009 the city has bounced between fourth and fifth in the state for newly reported cases with more than 300 people diagnosed each year.

Strengthening Middle School Leadership And Instruction Focus Of School Board Workshop - A seven-month audit of Duval County Public schools that concluded the district has the framework for effective instruction, but lacks the practice and the support, was the focus of a school board workshop held Tuesday.

PHOTOS: EverBank Field Upgrades Target High-End Ticket Buyers - Pool and party cabanas, on-field seating and other premium seating options at EverBank Field are all part of the Jacksonville Jaguars' strategy to bring in more revenue without raising ticket prices across the board.

When Is A 'Missile' Not A Missile? In Florida Criminal Law - The story of a Polk County woman with an odd name charged with "firing a deadly missile" into a car that went viral online this week may not be as salacious as some news outlets have reported.

The Future Of Passenger Rail On The First Coast - Brad Thoburn, vice president of long range planning and system development at the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, joined guest host Karen Feagins on First Coast Connect to discuss the future of passenger rail in Northeast Florida.

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