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Experiences to help kids learn and grow
Families with little kids are always looking for something to do. Whether its playing sports or running around in a park, parents want to keep their kids active. You may also want to give them options to keep them learning and growing. But it can be difficult to find options for kids who have disabilities. Joining us on The Morning Show is Dulcie Hause, Assistant Director of Education at the Cummer Museum.
Back-to-school bash at Ribault High
As Duval County Public Schools students prepare to go back to the classrooms in a little more than a week, several groups are making sure they have what they need to start the school year. The Back to School Bash starts at Ribault High's gym later this morning. Wolfson Children's Hospital is sponsoring it along with the high school's class of 1985.
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Technical difficulties didn't slow us down!
The Morning Show wants to give our engineering department a huge shoutout for getting our audio back after technical difficulties this week! We had our ups and downs this week and still managed to find some positive stories. Check out what you missed!
Four takeaways: Sloppy offense, Travon’s debut and more
The Jaguars opened the 2022 preseason with a 27-11 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. A bulk of the Jaguars key offensive players did not play, including Trevor Lawrence, James Robinson and Travis Etienne. The game offered some hints of what we might see from the Jaguars this season. Here are my four biggest takeaways from the game.
Never too young: Breast cancer in your 20s
One in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Breast cancer most frequently develops in women aged 65 to 74, but five percent of breast cancer cases develop in women in their thirties, twenties and even late teens. Ivanhoe shows us there are some unique challenges for these young women.
Sara Gaver, Ms. Wheelchair USA 2022, talks about title, national speaking tour
Along with the title, Gaver will spend her year-long reign on a national speaking tour representing Ms. Wheelchair USA, The Dane Foundation, and her platform, “Cultivating Creative Confidence,” according to the University of North Florida.
Report: Beach Road Fish House & Chicken Dinners to close; apartments planned for site
An iconic Jacksonville restaurant is set to close its doors after 83 years in business. The Beach Road Fish House & Chicken Dinners restaurant, located in the St. Nicholas neighborhood on Atlantic Boulevard near Art Museum Drive, plans to remain open until spring 2023, according to News4JAX news partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.