Jimmy Delaney

WJCT News Intern Summer 2018

Jimmy is a Senior at Florida State University in Tallahassee, and was born and raised in Neptune Beach.

He is majoring in Humanities with a focus in Media Production while at school.

Jimmy has one dog who keeps him very busy, and when he is not taming the beast, he can be found watching movies, or debating with himself whether he is too old for video games.

His main career focus will be in video editing, and he hopes to represent the Sunshine State to his best ability through media. As a Florida native, Jimmy holds the state very close to his heart, with a deep respect for the City of Jacksonville.

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Jimmy Delaney

WJCT asked our social media followers which Jacksonville restaurants are the most quintessential to these areas: Northside, Westside, Urban Core, Arlington, Southside and the Beaches.  

According to voters, these are the restaurants that best embody the spirit of their neighborhoods:

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Ultimate Fighting champion Ronda Rousey will be taping a live show for the WWE Monday evening in Jacksonville.

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Student activists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were in Jacksonville Friday for a midday  March For Our Lives block party at The Jacksonville Landing.

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Arlington has a reputation that does not reflect the actual atmosphere and reality of the neighborhood. That’s what residents told WJCT at our “Beyond the Core” listening session in March at Jacksonville University.

The area near the Times-Union building on Riverside Avenue may be undergoing some big changes in the next few years as the nonprofit Groundwork Jacksonville plans a major overhaul of McCoys Creek.

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The damage hurricanes Matthew and Irma did to many First Coast businesses, homes and roadways has been well documented.

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If you're thinking, "I don't remember hearing about 'Hurricane Noah'," that's because it was just a drill.