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Past articles by Kevin:

Florida bill would legalize recreational marijuana in state

Florida has already legalized medical marijuana, and now there’s a push to legalize recreational use as well. → Read More

Florida bill would legalize recreational marijuana in state

Florida has already legalized medical marijuana, and now there’s a push to legalize recreational use as well. → Read More

Florida bill would legalize recreational marijuana in state

Florida has already legalized medical marijuana, and now there’s a push to legalize recreational use as well. Florida House Bill 1117 would allow adults, ages 21 and over, to legally possess, use and transport up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana and grow up to six plants. It would be regulated similar to alcohol. Under the bill, it would still be illegal to smoke or ingest marijuana in a public place.… → Read More

Florida bill would legalize recreational marijuana in state

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

Jacksonville teens charged with planning attack on Bolles School

Security at the Bolles School in Jacksonville has been tight threats came after a fight between two teens Wednesday. → Read More

Law enforcement suicides outpace all line-of-duty deaths combined

Law enforcement officers are committing suicide in greater numbers than all other line-of-duty deaths combined, according to the website Bluehelp.org. → Read More

Clay County Public Schools creating district police department to tackle school safety

Clay County Public Schools will have its own police department by Fall. → Read More

Clay County School District considering creating it's own police force

The Clay County School District is now considering whether to create its own police force to tackle school security. → Read More

Filed Florida bill to ban red light cameras statewide could affect local area

Florida lawmakers will take up a bill this year that would end red light programs statewide. → Read More

Filed Florida bill to ban red light cameras statewide could affect Jacksonville area

Florida lawmakers will take up a bill this year that would end red light programs statewide. → Read More

Filed Florida bill to ban red light cameras statewide could effect Jacksonville area

Florida lawmakers will take up a bill this year that would end red light programs statewide. → Read More

Opioid overdose deaths down in Jacksonville last year

New numbers show opioid overdose deaths were down in Jacksonville in 2018. → Read More

Military families coming together during shutdown

Thursday was the 27th day of longest shutdown in U.S. Government history, and the costs on local families are mounting. → Read More

With new Governor, new changes expected regarding Florida's medical marijuana law

Florida’s Governor will soon announce changes in the way the state is carrying out its medical marijuana law. → Read More

Federal workers expected to miss first paycheck during government shutdown

Hundreds of thousands of federal workers nationwide are expected to miss their first paycheck on Friday. → Read More

Drainage a continuous problem for St. Johns County subdivision

Homeowners in one St. Johns County neighborhood say their yards and streets flood frequently, to the point where it’s eroding their properties. → Read More

Glynn County firefighter struck by New Years’ celebratory gunfire

A local firefighter is recovering after being hit by a stray bullet in her own home, just after the clock turned to 2019. Story. → Read More

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Commission recommends arming more teachers

The group investigating the Parkland shooting says teachers should be able to carry their guns in the classroom. → Read More

Families of Slain Children Inc. Founder on move: 'It's a blessing'

Families of Slain Children, Inc. has moved into its new location on North Myrtle Avenue. → Read More

Risk Protection Orders: New Florida law can strip gun rights from certain people

Action News Jax is investigating a new Florida law, that can strip away gun rights for certain people. → Read More