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The full lineup of 334 artists has been released for what’s being billed as Florida’s largest free music festival.

Florida’s state and congressional Democratic leaders are ripping President Donald Trump’s new North American trade agreement and Chinese tariffs.

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The tropical wave over the eastern Caribbean Sea is moving slowly west-northwestward and it’s not becoming better organized yet.

Victor Rugg / WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Flagler County has announced it’s partnering with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a beach renourishment project in Flagler Beach.

JEA's downtown Jacksonville headquarters.
Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

Selling Jacksonville’s public utility, JEA, to a private company would make the transaction the biggest in the industry, according to experts.

Vice President Mike Pence and Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump
The White House

Vice President Mike Pence and Advisor to the President and daughter of President Donald Trump Ivanka Trump will be visiting Operation New Hope in Springfield Friday and participating in a roundtable with the nonprofit’s clients.

Flooding in San Marco.
Sherry Krol

Jacksonville is getting ready to conduct a resiliency analysis, looking at the city’s critical infrastructure and areas that may be susceptible to increasing levels of precipitation as well as rising sea levels and its related risks.

Flooding in Flagler County.
Flagler County Emergency Services

Flagler County residents with homes that were damaged during Hurricane Irma or are located in high risk areas have until the end of July to sell their property to the government at its assessed pre-storm value.

Palatka's South Historic District.
Peter Jensen / The South Historic District Neighborhood Association

The St. Johns River Water Management District is funding a $1.5 million project in Palatka to improve the quality of stormwater discharges to the St. Johns River.

Estuary LLC's attorney, Paul Harden, speaks to residents at the Southeast Regional Library.
Brendan Rivers / WJCT News

A zoning workshop on Jacksonville’s Southside got heated Wednesday night as residents voiced their concerns over 5,300 acres of timberland that could be rezoned to allow for development.

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against VyStar Credit Union

Jul 18, 2019
Michael Rivera / Wikimedia Commons

A class-action lawsuit was filed July 11 in circuit court in Jacksonville against VyStar Credit Union alleging that VyStar is violating its account contract with members by routinely assessing multiple non-sufficient-funds fees on the same item.

An airman assigned to the 557th Expeditionary RED HORSE drinks water while working on a construction site.
Senior Airman Damon Kasberg / U.S. Air Force

In the days after Hurricane Irma tore up the center of Florida in September 2017, 14 residents at a South Florida nursing home died after the facility lost power to its air-conditioning system.

Peggy Greb / U.S. Department of Agriculture via Wikimedia Commons

The parent company of Jacksonville-based Florida Blue is asking for ideas on how to end hunger.

A red cockaded woodpecker.
North Florida Land Trust

The North Florida Land Trust says an endangered woodpecker recently found at Camp Blanding in Clay County proves that a big preservation project is working.

Solar Energy Organizations Group Picture
Sky Lebron / WJCT News

City officials, environmental activists and solar power advocates met in Neptune Beach’s solar-powered City Hall Thursday morning to launch an affordable solar power co-op program.

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