Patrick Donges

Patrick Donges served as WJCT's Digital Content Editor from August 2013 - August 2014.

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Get patriotic this weekend with sports and fireworks on the First Coast.

And our runner-up is, our winner! ONLY IN FLORIDA!

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The man known as the father of St. Augustine’s civil rights movement returned to the nation’s oldest city Wednesday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

Hurricane Arthur, Duval County Public Schools, and Sheriff Rick Beseler are in the headlines today.

Tropical Storm Arthur, Nippers Beach Grille, and Mayor Alvin Brown are in the headlines today.

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A statue that has resided in St. Augustine for more than 150 years may help shed light on the history of some of the First Coast’s earliest residents, and why some believe the area tends to stay unscathed by hurricanes.

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This week, as the nation marks the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Florida man known as the father of that legislation, Dr. Robert B. Hayling, will be in St. Augustine.

Tropical Depression One, Jorge Labarga, and mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles are in the headlines today.

Governor Rick Scott, the Mayo Clinic, and Miss Florida are in the headlines today.

Hospital uniforms, phone charging and Lenny Curry were among our top stories this week.

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Music, pageants and events for a cause are happening this weekend on the First Coast.

St. Johns County Sheriff's Office

Somebody has been lying in our beds in this week's edition of ONLY IN FLORIDA!

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Wasteful and mediocre are the words one doctor is using to describe the health care being prescribed to veterans on the First Coast.

Rep. Charles McBurney, Nippers Beach Grille, and the World Cup are in the headlines today.

Fluid repellent scrubs, summer camp, and Five Points are in the headlines today.

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