Upskilling: Future-proof your career against changing technology
Industrial automation, the launch of the internet, and now AI technology like Chat GPT keeps changing how people do their jobs. Failing to keep up with changing technologies can leave you jobless; thankfully, there are things you can do to future proof your career.
What you need to know before opting to lease your next car
Buying a new car is expensive -- with the average price of a new car over $48,000. Because of the high cost, many drivers are considering leasing their next car instead. But there are a few things you need to ask before you sign on the dotted line.
Get out into the city, support a local business to celebrate 904 Day on Monday
Monday is 904 Day in honor of 9-0-4 -- the predominant area code used in Northeast Florida. Because 904 Day coincides with Labor Day this year, local leaders are encouraging people to shop and participate in activities in the area.
How to spot fake reviews when you’re shopping online
Many consumers look at online reviews to figure out what products to buy or which services to get. But if you’re worried those glowing five-star reviews are fake, the experts at Consumer Reports say there are ways to figure out what’s authentic and what’s not.
Brace yourselves: Jacksonville property tax bills are going in the mail and they’re going to be higher
Jacksonville is mailing out TRIM (truth in millage) notices Friday. It’s the first look at what your property tax bill will be this year -- and unfortunately, that bill will be higher than last year.
Jacksonville City Council begin budget talks, focus on public safety
The Jacksonville City Council began debating how your tax dollars are going to be spent. On Thursday, they took up two top priorities, the fire department and the sheriff's office. Each department is asking for more financial help, and it looks like they're going to get it.
Pharmacy at Neptune Beach Publix robbed 2 days before store’s Mega Millions win: police
Two days before a Neptune Beach Publix made national headlines for selling the winning $1.58 billion Mega Millions ticket, the store attracted the unwanted attention of an armed robbery suspect, according to police.
Summer essentials: Consumer Reports breaks down the best cooler, bluetooth speaker, sunscreen
A day at the beach, pool or park can go from fun to fabulous with just a little bit of planning, and the experts at Consumer Reports are sharing some top-tested essentials that are good for the whole family -- and your wallet too!
What the experts want you to know about Medicaid and scams
With the phase out of a pandemic requirement to keep people enrolled in Medicaid, those who need Medicaid now have to re-enroll. If they’re not eligible for Medicaid, they need to find new insurance. And that means scammers will start targeting those people — including people with disabilities.
Making Ends Meet: How to save money in one of the most expensive states for car insurance
With car insurance premiums recently rising higher than inflation, it's more important than ever to find ways to lower your bill. The good news: Consumer Reports found cost-saving tricks its experts say actually work!
‘Society needs to be prepared for disruption’: How AI might impact your life & the city of Jacksonville
Bringing artificial intelligence to Jacksonville is one of the goals of a proposed $200 million University of Florida graduate school that would focus on innovating programs in medicine, business and engineering.