Kent Justice, This Week in Jacksonville
  Every Sunday at 9 a.m., This Week in Jacksonville reviews the top stories and political developments in Northeast Florida and host Kent Justice talks to newsmakers about the impact on our community.

Miss the broadcast? Watch this week's program and archived episodes below.


The recent campus shooting at FSU has all local schools reviewing...

Focusing on campus security in the wake of the Florida State University shooting. And guns in school? A panel of local activists discuss the pros and cons.

Protecting your family from sexual offenders

Kent Justice devotes This Week in Jacksonville to a program about sexual offenders and predators and efforts to protect the public. Hear from a local lawmaker and a prosecuting attorney about stronger laws, protection and prevention.

Election results and how they will impact Florida

Dissecting the results from Election 2014 here in Florida and across the country.

Final days before Election Day

Election 2014 coverage from record early voting turn out and absentee balloting to explaining the amendments. Duval County Supervisor of Elections, Jerry Holland, joins Kent Justice to discuss various details regarding Tuesdays' election.

Studio showdown at News4Jax

Breaking down the continued attacks from the final Gubernatorial Debate held in the News4Jax Studios. Also remembering the life and legacy of Tom Slade.

Entering home stretch of Election 2014

"Fangate" steals in the last gubernatorial debate, one more to go, and what to expect in the final two weeks before Election Day.

Crist? Scott? Libertarian candidate for governor weighs in

Libertarian Candidate for governor, Adrian Wyllie, weighs in on why Florida needs a change at the top position and what plans he has if elected Florida's next governor. Also UNF's statewide poll focusing on the governor's race, Amendment 2 and approval ratings. Plus Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra's new musical director, Courtney Lewis, explains what changes are coming to the orchestra.

Taking a closer look at the 2014 Gubernatorial Running Mates

Kent Justice speaks one on one with the Florida Gubernatorial running mates as they explain how they plan to help their candidate get elected. Former Lieutenant Governor Jennifer Carroll also explains the importance of the running mate and why each may have been selected to represent their particular candidate.

Sen. John Thrasher on the next chapter of his life

Florida Sen. John Thrasher, named president of Florida State University, explains how the process went, how he plans to win over those who opposed his selection, what to expect as he takes the helm of the university and why he's not giving up his campaign for re-election.

Leadership Jacksonville spotlights former mayor

A new film by Leadership Jacksonville takes a look back at Mayor Godbold's administration

Mayor's budget proposal hangs in the balance

Finance Committee makes cuts to Mayor Alvin Brown's proposal, but is met with major push back. Also, Gov. Rick Scott's bus tour makes a stop in Jacksonville with the nation's eyes affixed on the upcoming governor's race.

US efforts overseas continue

Senator Bill Nelson and other elected officials explain what efforts they believe the US should make in the Middle East. Also JTA is making changes. CEO Nat Ford takes a sky-way ride with Kent Justice to explain. 

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Election 2014 Extras

  • America's most political states

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    It's Election Day! Find out which state has the most passionate voters.

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    What to know about midterm elections

    As the 2014 midterm elections approach, learn more facts, key dates and history behind these mid-point elections.

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    Strangest political parties

    Democrats, Republicans...most everyone has heard of these political parties. But some are not as well known. Take a look at a list of these strange (but real!) political parties.

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    America's most liberal states

    Overall, Americans are more likely to self-identify as conservatives than liberals. But that gap has shrunk, according to a Gallup poll.

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