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Past articles by Keitha:

Vivid Hues: Stories of Black History, HBCU

Jacksonville is home to Florida’s first HBCU, Edward Waters University. → Read More

12 Who Care: Sulzbacher's Executive Chef, Calvin Matthew feeds thousands of Jacksonville's homeless

Sulzbacher's Executive Chef, Calvin Smith says he's "returning a little bit of dignity to people through food." → Read More

Jacksonville Sheriff's candidates may face four elections in nine months to become Duval's top cop

The primary election could be just the tip of the iceberg for candidates vying to become Jacksonville Sheriff. → Read More

Jacksonville Sheriff candidate Ken Jefferson lays out priorities for the city

One of his main priorities as he aims to become the city's top cop is addressing homelessness. → Read More

$6,000 infertility grant available to North Florida women

A Jacksonville non-profit, Footprints of Angels, is accepting applications for an infertility grant totaling $6,000. → Read More

Jacksonville church ensures dozens of students will have a Merry Christmas

A Jacksonville church is making sure dozens of deserving students in three local schools will have a Merry Christmas regardless of their struggles at home. → Read More

Waitress receives $9,000 in anonymous tips

An Atlanta-area waitress will no doubt have a very Merry Christmas! Jazmine Castillo couldn't believe her ears and eyes as her Cash App lit up with incoming deposits → Read More

Recognizing a painful disease millions of women battle but few openly talk about

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, and Good Morning Jacksonville is recognizing this chronic disease that affects 6.5 million women in the United States. → Read More

Vivid Hues: The Combahee River Raid

Meet the first woman in the United States to lead an armed military operation in today's moment in Black History. → Read More

Video: Father of Kamiyah Mobley, Craig Aiken reportedly detained by JSO, claims harassment

Craig Aiken says he was detained in front of his home Tuesday night in the area of Ken Knight Drive by Jacksonville Sheriff's officers and later released. → Read More

Veteran united with his wife in nursing home after forced separation due to pandemic

Colonel Dean Biggerstaff, 84, says being apart from his wife of 61 years amid the pandemic has felt like torture. → Read More

Jacksonville historian weighs in on nationwide push to remove what some consider symbols of hate

Local historian David Nolan says there's a difference between preserving history and honoring it. → Read More

Pandemic could be causing spike in child abuse, neglect cases in Jacksonville

Parenting can be especially stressful amid this COVID-19 crisis. Jewish Family & Community Services is seeing an uptick in kids entering their child welfare program. → Read More

'Mom bods' are not a one-size-fits-all deal

Women across the country are defining what a healthy 'mom bod' looks like with the #jlochallenge. → Read More

First Coast students honor historical figures for Black History Month

It’s a time to celebrate the achievements of African Americans and their role in U.S. history. → Read More

Choosing Life: Jacksonville woman loses 90 pounds, says she's just getting started

Julie Dahlin has a wake up call for those who believe weight loss surgery is an easy fix. → Read More

Choosing Life: Going under the knife

For some people battling obesity weight loss surgery is their only option to regain control. → Read More

Jacksonville woman fighting back against epidemic sweeping the nation

Obesity rates are soaring. Now, a local woman who once weighed 525 lbs is taking control of her weight & life. → Read More

Behind the scenes with GMJ; Meet Technical Director Frederick Estrada

Let's check out Good Morning Jacksonville from the director's chair. → Read More

Blood donations needed as Dorian approaches

One of three people will need blood in their lifetime, and natural disasters rapidly deplete backup supplies. → Read More