Controversial Pastor, Historic Election & Explosive Growth — Episode 2

Sep 2, 2016

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Welcome to Redux, a podcast from WJCT News, featuring the best stories of the week and music from WJCT's After Hours programming.

The podcast is hosted by Vince Kong.


EPISODE 2

Ked Adkins
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Controversial Pastor Arrested On Child Molestation Charges

Controversial conservative Pastor Ken Adkins was arrested and charged with child molestation relating to an incident in 2010.

City officials meet with skateboarders to discuss "DIY skate spots."
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Jacksonville Skateboarders Want To Transform Vacant City Parcels

Jacksonville skateboarders are hoping to turn city-owned land into what they’re calling ‘DIY skate spots.’

Trial lawyer Melissa Nelson took little time to celebrate as she accepted victory and talked of the work she intends to do.
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Voters Oust Public Defender, State Attorney In Historic Primary

In a monumental legal shakeup for the First Coast, the 4th Judicial Circuit will have a new state attorney and public defender.

Congressional Distrct 5 Democratic Primary winner Al Lawson and Congresswoman Corrine Brown.
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Al Lawson Beats Rep. Corrine Brown In District 5 Democratic Primary

Former Democratic State Senator Al Lawson defeated 12-term District 5 Congresswoman Corrine Brown in the Democratic primary.

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Huge St. Johns County Mixed-Use Development Sign Of Explosive Growth

A giant shopping, office and residential development is coming to northern St. Johns County along I-95.

Steve Ingram
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STEM Or STEAM? Jacksonville Teacher Says Best Left Up To Students

We examine the national debate over whether science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, programs should include the arts, or what’s called a “STEAM” approach.

Digital Content Editor Vince Kong can be reached at vkong@wjct.org, 904-358-6349 or on Twitter @teamvincek