Kent Stermon; Jacksonville’s consolidation; JWN Speaker Forum; Jaguars in London
Investigation of Kent Stermon
An investigation was released Friday into high-powered Republican insider Kent Stermon. The investigation found that if he were still alive, the 50-year-old Stermon would have been charged with the criminal offenses of solicitation for prostitution, false imprisonment, theft by false pretenses, unlawful use of a two-way communications device and obtaining by false representation.
Stermon took his own life in December while under investigation.
Guest: Nate Monore, columnist at the Florida TImes-Union.
The consolidated city of Jacksonville celebrated its 55th birthday Sunday. On Oct. 1,1968, the city of Jacksonville merged with Duval County to form a massive 874-square-mile city. Today, we delve into some of the issues that still affect our city.
Guest: Chris Hand, attorney, author and former mayoral chief of staff.
Jacksonville Women’s Network
The 24th annual speaker forum of the Jacksonville Women's Network will take place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Guests: Angela Timberlake, Jacksonville Women’s Network board member and forum chair, and Brianna Kilcullen founder and CEO of Anact, and this year’s keynote speaker, join us with details.
Jaguars in London:
The Jaguars played the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at Wembley Stadium in London and brought home a sweet victory.
Guest: Alessandra PontBriand, sportscaster at our partner News4Jax, has a wrapup.