List: Everywhere you can make a splash, keep cool during Independence Day weekend
Families and friends are looking forward to getting together and celebrating the holiday weekend. Beat the heat by visiting one of the swimming locations the city of Jacksonville has opened to keep you cool while having fun in the sun.
Report of ‘suspicious backpack’ triggers evacuation of FSCJ South Campus, police say
Officers with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office responded to the Florida State College at Jacksonville South Campus on Monday afternoon after they were notified about a “possible suspicious backpack,” according to police.
Times-Union says columnist Nate Monroe was under surveillance while covering attempted sale of JEA
Nate Monroe, a prominent Jacksonville columnist with the Florida Times-Union, was apparently put under surveillance by a consulting firm working for Florida Power and Light. It was over two years ago when FPL was the front-runner during the scandalous attempts to sell JEA.
Candidates for Jacksonville sheriff weigh in on gun violence bill
After the U.S. Senate moved one step closer to passing what would be the first new gun control legislation in nearly 30 years, News4JAX asked the five candidates for Jacksonville sheriff how they feel about the bill and if they think it would affect gun violence in Jacksonville.