As Heard on WJCT News Gordon Could Impact Nation’s Rising Gas Prices By Bill Bortzfield • Sep 4, 2018 Via NPR With Gordon expected to become a hurricane and headed to the U.S. Gulf Coast, analysts are keeping a close eye on the nation’s oil refineries. Cultural Council Of Jacksonville Seeks More Than $1 Million Funding Increase By Brendan Rivers • Aug 16, 2018 Joslyn Simmons / WJCT The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is asking the city to increase its investment in arts and culture by more than $1 million. As Early Voting Begins, Duval Elections Supervisor Expects Higher Turnout By Brendan Rivers • Aug 13, 2018 Brendan Rivers / WJCT News Early voting is officially underway in Duval County in this month’s primary elections, and voter turnout is expected to be on the rise. City Council Members Set Sights On Preserving Jacksonville’s Northshore Neighborhood By Ryan Benk • Aug 13, 2018 Ryan Benk / WJCT News Listen Listening... / 1:17 Listen to the story airing on 89.9 WJCT-FM As Jacksonville officials grapple with how to preserve the city’s African-American history, council members are debating whether to protect one Northside neighborhood. St. Johns Riverkeeper Holds Last Town Hall Meeting Tuesday Night At Intuition Ale Works By Alexandra Blackwell • Jul 11, 2018 Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News Listen Listening... / 1:07 Listen to the story airing on 89.9 WJCT-FM The St. Johns Riverkeeper will hold its fourth and final town hall meeting Tuesday night in an effort to raise awareness of the river’s rising waters. Outgoing EWC President Thanks City, School Board For College Renovations, Expansion By Lindsey Kilbride • Jun 19, 2018 Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News Listen Listening... / 1:36 Outgoing Edward Waters College President Nathaniel Glover is ending his eight-year tenure leading the historically black private college by celebrating campus upgrades and an expansion. Duval District Officials Trying To Contact Parents Of Nearly 400 Reassigned Students By Lindsey Kilbride • Jun 14, 2018 Ryan Stanton / Flickr With the state requiring the Duval County School district to reassign nearly 400 students before the fall, district officials provided an update on their efforts this week. A Look At The Process Katrina Brown And Reggie Brown Are Accused Of Exploiting By Cyd Hoskinson • Jun 11, 2018 City of Jacksonville Listen Listening... / 2:11 Listen to the story airing on 89.9 WJCT-FM A business owned by indicted and suspended Jacksonville City Councilwoman Katrina Brown is on the hook for a nearly $2.7 million U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) loan.