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.

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Plans, priorities: Curry's budget proposal

Mayor Lenny Curry leaps in with both feet as he makes his formal budget proposal to City Council. We spend some one-on-one time with him to understand more about his plans and priorities. Also, City Council members react and we have a former City Hall insider Rick Mullaney talking through the details. Then, Congressman Ted Yoho makes his opinion on the nuclear deal with Iran very clear.

Admirals, U.S. Senator react to Iran Nuclear Deal

A local company proving its smarts - and a better way to do things. NLP Logix explains its winning formula for STEM industries. Plus - former leaders in national defense weigh in on the Nuclear deal with Iran. What are the short-term - and the long-term consequence? Then - U-S Senator Johnny Isakson from Georgia.

Funding for JAXPORT

Redistricting again in the state of Florida. The Supreme Court calls the process unconstitutional - and now lawmakers will have to respond. JAXPORT excited about progress at Mile Point. Where the money comes from on that project - and how leaders expedited the process. Plus - an ancient and holy relic on display in St. Augustine. Why it's a first time for America - and where you can see it.

Mayor Curry goes one-on-one with plans for Jacksonville

Jacksonville's new Mayor Lenny Curry takes office and joins Kent Justice to discuss his plans for the River City and his four key promises made during the election.

Less Is More

A new budget begins for the state of Florida in LESS than week. But it's not the budget passed by the state legislature. The Senate and the House watch Governor Scott's veto pen - wipe away hundreds of millions in spending. We're talking to the lawmakers and to the local organizations feeling the sting...
And we're bringing you the important conversations

Potential Impact From Newly Elected Officials

Deep-dive into those citywide elections - and how the new office holders may impact Duval County. Plus, our political analyst on former Governor Jeb Bush - now officially a candidate in the crowded field for 2016, and Tara Green, an award winning county clerk - in her first term in office.

Decifering the Job Growth Claims

Coast Guard Sector Captain Tom Allan in studio with us - with the lessons learned in his three years on the job in Jacksonville. Plus - is the jobs climate improving in northeast Florida, as the Governor claims? A local employment expert explains. And we'll tip-toe into the waters of philosophy - discussing Franklin Graham's suggested boycott of gay-friendly businesses, and the gender-identity change for Bruce Jenner - now known as Caitlyn.

UNF on the Rise

Great conversation with John Delaney. He lives at the beaches, He's was a successful two-term mayor, and he's leading a Florida school with a growing reputation. Plus - the Governor's get-together, targeting contenders for the GOP nomination next summer. And, Presidential hopefuls, if not full-on candidates.

New university leaders give insight to their new roles as president

Florida lawmakers go back to drawing board in Tallahassee. How this session impacts hospitals in our area. And Kent Justice going one-on-one with university presidents of Florida State University and the University of Florida

A New Mayor in Town

One of the early announcers for President - Marco Rubio appearing in northeast Florida. My conversation with him... Plus, Lenny Curry leads the way in the citywide elections. Republicans grab most of the top spots in Duval County government. Analysis and reaction - and what the elections could mean to life in Jacksonville.

Earning the Vote

Analyzing the final mayoral and sheriff debates as the candidates make a final push before Tuesday's election. Plus we hear from the outgoing election supervisor. And our crime and safety analyst talks through the issues and concerns of parents and the teen students themselves after shots are fired into a Duval County school bus.

Corey on new offices

Candidates continue asking for votes - even as early voting continues. We introduce you to the people running for City Council in Arlington. Plus, what's old is new! State Attorney Angela Corey shows us the renovations that turned a federal building and post office - into a nostalgic and new space for prosecutors and staff. We also talk about the CRIME story in Jacksonville...Gangs - drugs - and violence.

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Election 2015/2016 Interactives

  • Who's running and who could run in 2016?

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    Ohio Gov. Jon Kasich is the latest to announce his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president, entering the race on Tuesday. See who else is running and who some of the other possible presidential candidates are.

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  • Plans, priorities: Curry's budget proposal

    Mayor Lenny Curry leaps in with both feet as he makes his formal budget proposal to City Council. We spend some one-on-one time with him to understand more about his plans and priorities. Also, City Council members react and we have a former City Hall insider Rick Mullaney talking through the details. Then, Congressman Ted Yoho makes his opinion on the nuclear deal with Iran very clear.

  • UNCUT: Lenny Curry's budget address

    Jacksonville's new mayor lays out his proposed $1.14 billion budget to City Council.

  • UNCUT: Mayor discusses his 2015-2016

    Mayor Lenny Curry sits down with reporters after presenting his budget for the coming year to City Council.

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