Rain and storms blew threw in the overnight, and we've got a beautiful weekend shaping up. Sunny and low humidity each day, temps in the low 80's.
Did you smell the fire? WOKV's Andrew Greenstein did as he was leaving his southside apartment. Andrew has monitored the latest in the fight against a brush fire in St. Johns County this morning, while our traffic team monitors the traffic implications. WOKV's Kevin Rincon was able to see things ...
The President is calling for an end to tax breaks for big oil. And the House Speaker leaves the door open a crack on that possibility. But Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell calls the President's proposal as predictable as its counterproductive.
Three weeks until You Decide 2011, and the men running to be your next Mayor are trying to carve out the differences between eachother. In a debate you heard live on WOKV last night, both Alvin Brown and Mike Hogan talked about fiscal discipline, the need for strong public schools and a thriving downtown.
Former Jacksonville Mayor Ed Austin is being remembered for his tireless efforts to promote the River City, and his compassion for the community. Austin died in his sleep Saturday at the age of 84.
One person is dead, another is in critical condition following a shooting outside a strip club on the southside. Two suspects took off, leading police on a chase through several neighborhoods.
A 15 year-old from Marion County is killed in cold blood, his body stuffed into a sleeping bag and burned. Seath Jackson was lured by his ex-girlfriend to a home Sunday.
Two Monday night games will be played at Everbank Field, and the Jags are on the road for a Thursday night game. What we don't know is how the attention will help the ticket sale push.
Hundreds of Jacksonville kids await a decision on their fate today. The Duval County School Board decides the future of four struggling schools that have been flagged by the state for poor test scores.
A preview of summer this week with temps today in the mid-80's. We feel the humidity return tomorrow, with temps approaching 90 every afternoon and no chance of rain in sight.
Wasteful government spending, taxes, jobs, politics...all taking center stage in Jacksonville. And Governor Scott is deeply involved. He's campaigning with Mayoral candidate Mike Hogan, talking about jobs at Jaxport, and headlines the annual tea party rally at the Landing at 6:30pm.
Business groups, led by the Florida Chamber of Commerce, are fighting a bill that would curb illegal immigration. They argue it would hurt tourism and reduce tax revenues. The Chamber says Florida is different than Arizona.
Governor Rick Scott says the private sector is doing it the right way. He says taxpayers should not fully fund pensions for government workers.
Red light cameras are already costing drivers hundreds of dollars in Clay County, but maybe not for long. Groups like the Tea Party and Libertarians are doing a statewide protest of the cameras.
Shutdown threat over, but a new fight is emerging on two fronts. Republicans are pushing their deep spending cuts in the House, while the debate over raising the debt ceiling takes shape in both chambers.
The countdown to a partial government shutdown is growing short, and still no deal is imminent. The President met twice yesterday with congressional leaders and says there are more signs of progress.
Late night talks at the White House and still no deal on a spending plan that would avert a partial government shutdown. The President met with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker John Boehner.
No deal is in sight, and a partial government shutdown looms. A White House meeting between the President and top Congressional leaders yesterday failed to produce a breakthrough agreement.
We're under a tornado watch until 10am as heavy storms move toward Jacksonville. These storms have produced wind damage to our west.
Southwest Airlines passengers out of Jacksonville are no doubt thinking about what may be cracked above them. It follows a frightening ride in Arizona, when a Southwest jet made an emergency landing because of a hole in the roof.