04/27/16: Primary Results; Decluttering Your Life; Matanzas River Oral History; City Year

Apr 27, 2016

Primary Results

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton scored huge victories Tuesday in five more states, bringing them closer to a monumental duel for the White House later this year.

Trump had a clean sweep of races in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Clinton delivered big wins in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Connecticut.

Bernie Sanders picked up his sole victory of the night in Rhode Island.

We discuss Tuesday's primaries and where the candidates' delegate counts stand with Michael Binder, professor of political science and director of the Public Opinion Research Laboratory at UNF.

Delcuttering Your Life

It's Spring Cleaning season, and Goodwill of North Florida is encouraging people to give back to the community when they're done decluttering their homes.

Goodwill ambassador Lorie Marrero, who is also author of The Clutter Diet, joins us to discuss the psychology of clutter, how spring cleaning can help people get control of their lives, and what it means for charity when you give back.

Matanzas River Oral History

In this week's edition of our Going Green segment, we speak with Matanzas Riverkeeper Neil Armingeon and Anna Hamilton, independent radio producer and oral historian, about the new Matanzas River Oral History Project.

This multimedia project will highlight the voices and experiences of people whose lives and work on the Matanzas River.

City Year of Jacksonville

April is Florida Volunteer Month.

City Year of Jacksonville and Comcast are partnering this weekend for a day of service to help improve the campus of Jean Ribault Middle School on the Northside.

Dan Foley, executive director of City Year of Jacksonville, and Laura Crosby, development manager, join us with more.