MORNING SHOW VIDEOS
Talking about hardening schools after another deadly shooting
Company Armoured One builds special glass to slow down an attacker and provide more time for students and teachers to get to safety. Tom Czyz, Armoured One co-founder and CEO, joined us on The Morning Show to talk about the latest attack.
The best ways to support small businesses
While COVID may have hit them hard, experts report that small businesses make up 44% of U.S. economic activity and recent years have shown them to be at the front of driving innovation and economic growth. Melanie Lawson joins us to share some of the best ways to support small businesses.
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Conversations parents need to start about social media, technology safety
After Aiden Fucci's sentencing, Tristyn Bailey's father is warning parents to talk to their children about social media and technology safety. Local psychologist Dr. Tracy Packiam joins us via Zoom to discuss some of the issues parents need to talk about, in order to have a peaceful atmosphere at home.
Permitless gun carry closer to becoming law due to proposed bill
Florida gun owners may be able to carry concealed weapons without a license soon after a proposed bill heads to the Senate for a final vote. News4Jax reporter Aaron Farrar tells us that this bill would not let allow open carry.
Continuing the mission of local veterinarian who was killed in a crash
After Dr. Brooke Davis was killed in a traffic crash, her family, friends, and clients are working to continue her legacy. Her friends Tabatha Strauder and Angel Biernacki join us to discuss the purpose and importance of the Brooke Davis Angel Fund.
The Walk to Defeat ALS begins
ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is estimated to affect some 18,000 people in the United States at any given time. And every 90 minutes someone is either diagnosed with or passes from ALS. The Walk to Defeat ALS begins today at UNF and longtime advocate Laurie Ballowe joins us to share her passion to fight the disease.