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Past articles by Elizabeth:

Charges against ex-Jaguar Roy Miller dropped

Charges filed in April against former Jaguars defensive tackle Roy Miller have been dropped. → Read More

Duval County's state test results show signs of improvement

Newly released statewide standardized testing results are a mixed bag for Duval County Public Schools. → Read More

Our schools need money. Can't they use Florida Lottery funds?

With Duval and Clay counties now requesting referendums asking voters to increase sales tax one-half cent to fund schools, many are raising the question that comes up over and over: Weren't the proceeds of the Florida Lottery supposed to benefit education? → Read More

City Council unlikely to vote tonight on school sales tax

School and community leaders renewed their push Monday morning for a half-cent sales tax to fix aging schools in Duval County. → Read More

Vaping, bus stops among changes mulled for student code of conduct

Should vaping be added to the student code of conduct? Should bus stops be under School Board jurisdiction? These changes could be coming soon. → Read More

Who handles your concerns over city intersections?

Both the city of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office are looking into a Jacksonville woman’s concern about a downtown intersection after she posted about it on social media. → Read More

State CFO's Jacksonville region holds $127 million of unclaimed property

The Florida Department of Financial Services currently holds more than half a million unclaimed property accounts valued at over $127 million in Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Duval, Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns and Union counties. → Read More

Recent auto burglaries underscore the value of the 9 p.m. routine

Reports of car break-ins in the last week in the Avondale and Mandarin areas are yet another reminder to not leave valuables in your cars and to always lock the car doors. → Read More

UF confirms finding 24 students with mumps virus in last 30 days

The University of Florida has found 24 students carrying the mumps virus since May 3, and the university and the Alachua County Health Department are asking people to take proper precautions. → Read More

Good Samaritan gifts new ride to Lyft driver whose car was stolen

A Jacksonville Lyft driver whose car was stolen was gifted a new car Friday. → Read More

Duval County jail inmate dies 2 days after delivering baby

The family of a Jacksonville woman who died in police custody has questions about how it happened. → Read More

Will City Council put sales tax referendum on ballot?

Before voters can decide whether or not Duval County should add a half-cent sales tax to pay for the renovation or replacement of some of its aging public schools, a majority of the Jacksonville City Council must vote to put the referendum on the ballot. → Read More

Mobile food buses could help solve food desert problem

Mobile food buses in Northwest Jacksonville could soon be a reality. City leaders are working to solve a food desert problem in the area and busing residents to grocery stores is one idea being considered. → Read More

Middle schools to start 20 minutes earlier in St. Johns County next year

St. Johns County school board members voted Tuesday to adopt new start and dismissal times for the district next school year. → Read More

School board denies Seaside Charter's application for 3rd campus

After Duval County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Diana Green recommended the school board deny Seaside Charter School's application to open a third location on the Northside, citing lack of diversity, school board members voted 4-3 to follow the superintendent's recommendation and deny Seaside Charter's application. → Read More

Could an aquarium replace the Jacksonville Landing?

Would you like to see a new state-of-the-art aquarium instead of the Jacksonville Landing? → Read More

Expansion of special-needs school to include equestrian center

A groundbreaking ceremony Thursday morning marked the beginning of construction on a 32,000-square-foot expansion at the North Florida School of Special Education. → Read More

Erik Williams crowned champion of First Coast Spelling Bee

Erik Williams of Clay County was crowned the champion of the First Coast Spelling Bee on Tuesday evening, besting 13 other students from across Northeast Florida for a chance to represent the First Coast on the national stage. → Read More

DeSantis to make education announcement in Jacksonville

Gov. Ron DeSantis will follow up his budget proposal to double per-student funding in Florida with another education announcement Monday. → Read More

Applications roll in as open enrollment continues in St. Johns County

Parents who don’t live in St. Johns County but want their children to attend school there can apply to enroll them. Open enrollment runs from Jan. 24 to Feb. 27. → Read More