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Hacking and cloning on social media
We all spend a lot of time on social media, and we've all heard about someone we know having their account hacked or even cloned. Hacking and cloning put your personal information at risk, but we've learned the two are very different, including solutions to these problems.
Voters won't have final say for Confederate monuments
Jacksonville voters will not have the final say on moving historic monuments this November. This comes after the City Council voted against holding a public referendum on whether the city should remove historic monuments on city-owned property.
Paying off your student loans
In the U.S., student loan debt totals more than $1.7 trillion, causing the Department of Education to make more changes to the Federal Student Loan System to help borrowers. However, there are also some simple things you can do to help pay down that massive sum.
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How do you raise strong, confident, powerful girls
Seven in 10 girls believe that they are not good enough or don’t measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school, and relationships with friends and family. Seventy-five percent of girls with low self-esteem reported engaging in negative activities like cutting, bullying, smoking, drinking, or disordered eating.
Put down that cellphone: Distracted parenting can have negative effects on children
On average. most people spend almost 5 hours a day on their phones. That's nearly a third of your waking hours spent scrolling. When it comes to parenting this kind of distraction, can have lasting consequences.
Helping kids understand hate crimes
With the hate motivated shootings in Buffalo and Southern California, it's natural for children to have questions and feel uneasy after learning about incidents like these. Psychologist and author Doctor Tracy Alloway joins us to discuss how you can explain events such as these hate crimes to children.
National Safe Boating Week
National Safe Boating Week is a great opportunity for boaters to go over their safety checklist before heading out to the water. Flotilla Commander, Sean Flynn joins us to discuss the importance of safe boating, what equipment to take, and common mistakes boaters make.
Mickler's parking lot re-opens
People in St. Johns County can look forward to the re-opening of Mickler's Landing Beachfront Park, where crews have been working to restore the dunes damaged by Hurricanes Matthew and Irma. Many have been parking along the side of the road, and in lots sometimes more than a mile away, just to get to the park.
Strategies to create trust & build success
In the world around us you can't achieve success without winning the trust of the people you deal with. Award winning and bestselling author Jon Gordon joins us to discuss the strategies outlined in his book "The Sale" to help you build trust and connections with others.