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A stadium deal and scorched-Earth reporting

Union of Concerned Scientists
High pressure in the middle layers of the atmosphere acts as a dome or cap, allowing heat to build up at the Earth's surface.

Fresh off Tuesday’s formal unveiling of the proposed “Stadium of the Future” deal, Metro Reporter David Bauerlein of the Florida Times-Union joins us with a look at what we know and what to watch for.

Then, Jeff Goodall, Rolling Stone contributor and author of The Heat Will Kill You First: Life and Death on a Scorched Planet, joins us ahead of his Saturday reading at the Jacksonville Public Library.

And, discovering and recovering from testicular cancer: We talk with a local survivor and his doctor about what to look for and how to live with a cancer diagnosis.


Plus, the city of Jacksonville celebrates the 4th annual Emancipation Celebration Day this Sunday at James Weldon Johnson Park. The event aims to educate residents about the historical significance of Florida's observed Emancipation Day.

  • Jacksonville City Councilwoman Ju’Coby Pittman.
  • Adonnica Toler, local historian and museum director for the Clara White Mission.
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