As the population in Jacksonville continues to grow, it’s going to cost JEA more than $1 billion to make sure that water gets to all homes in the area.
Jay Stowe officially began the job Monday as managing director and CEO of JEA.
Store owners told News4Jax they’re concerned because the COVID-19 crisis has almost put them out of business already and sales are just starting to look up because of the...
News4Jax is learning more about how much money JEA is going to pay its new CEO.
Duval County voters have spoken, and they want the Jacksonville City Council to have a say in who sits on the board of directors for JEA.
One of Mayor Lenny Curry’s former campaign advisors is taking aim at the Jacksonville City Council committee looking into the aborted sale of JEA.
The JEA board of directors will interview three finalists today for the utility's open CEO position.
Another costly project for JEA is coming under fire the Florida Times-Union reported the city-owned utility is looking at plans to raise high-voltage power lines across t...
Another player in the JEA saga was questioned about what happened during the city-owned utility’s failed sales attempt.
On Monday, News4Jax heard from the former head of the Jacksonville City Council committee looking into the JEA scandal.
A special committee that was formed to investigate JEA will be extended until the end of the year, according to a memo Friday from the City Council president.
Testimony released Wednesday reveals what Mayor Lenny Curry and his staff may have known prior to the plan to try and sell JEA.
New state rules to keep wastewater out of river could cost $1 billion
JEA management admits that customers' bills might go up to pay for a nuclear power plant in Georgia that has cost billions of dollars and still isn’t finished.
A section of Pearl Street will be shut down Monday afternoon while crews from JEA do work in the area on a broken gas line.
JEA electric crews were in Foley, Alabama, Friday to assist with power restoration efforts following Hurricane Sally.
The firm leading the search for JEA’s next chief executive officer has narrowed the list of candidates down to six semi-finalists.
City leaders on Monday afternoon were given an update about the massive project undertaken by JEA to phase out septic tanks around Jacksonville.
Having lived in Jacksonville until 2012, Traci Best is no stranger to JEA.