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A federal judge is ordering a mental-health evaluation for an Orange Park man accused of plotting a terrorist attack on a Missouri September-11th ceremony.

Twenty-year-old Joshua Goldberg allegedly sent bomb-making plans to someone he didn’t realize was an FBI informant.

Ray Hollister / WJCT News

For people who find themselves needing help but unable to call 9-1-1, Clay County now allows text messages to emergency personnel.

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office launched the service Thursday.

CCSO Col. Craig Aldrich says talking on the phone may not be an option during some emergencies.

Peter Haden

A memorial service was held in downtown Jacksonville Thursday to commemorate the thirteenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks.

Peter Haden / WJCT

Edward Waters College held a special chapel service Wednesday to remember the events of September 11, 2001.

Pension reform, gun laws, and Jameis Winston are in the headlines today.

Alhambra Theatre

It’s been 12 years since the devastating attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City;  there may be those who have forgotten that fateful day, or some who were too young to understand it.

In Jacksonville, a local actor and stage manager has written a one man show of about Sept. 11, 2001, in which he plays multiple characters to give the audience an several perspectives of the day. 

WJCT's Michelle Corum spoke with Alhambra Theatre’s Jason Nettle about "9/11 We Will Never Forget."