Every Republican in the House is expected to vote against raising the limit by nearly two and a half trillion dollars. Even some Democrats could vote against it. They want deep cuts to the budget.
We'll sound like a broken record this week: Temps in the upper 80's to low 90's, humid, and no rain.
We'll see our first real chance of rain and storms in nearly two weeks. We could see up to an inch of rain this afternoon. More rain Saturday.
The budget hawks are attacking the state budget Governor Scott is signing today.
The heat wave continues...temps in the mid-90's again today. We have a small chance of rain and a thunderstorm by tomorrow, and it's still hot.
A $630,000 pricetag for art at the new courthouse in downtown Jacksonville. We've been down this road before, and the idea has been pulled off the table, but it's back again for a public hearing tonight.
Our heat wave continues through at least mid-week. We're approaching the record high of 97 today (last set in 1960). We stay in the 90's all week with no significant chance of rain to cool it down.
Mayor-elect Alvin Brown ran on a platform of turning around Jacksonville's economy. Now he'll be put to the test.
Alvin Brown is the new Mayor of Jacksonville, with no recount needed. Brown says he's deeply honored by the trust that the people of Jacksonville have place in him.
Too close to call, and a possible recount. Alvin Brown holds a 603 vote lead over Mike Hogan. About 2,000 absentee and provisional ballots will be counted beginning at 9am. If the margin is still close (half of one percent), we'll have a recount. So it means we may not know who the next mayor is until the weekend.
Alvin Brown and Mike Hogan are working the phones and the streets to secure as many votes as they can during the 12 hours of voting today.
Early voting ends with a surge of activity in the final weekend. The final count is up by 48% over the March election, and the turnout was about even between Democrats and Republicans.
A sigh of relief for an entire community in Middleburg, as a man wanted for murder is found dead. 50-year-old Enrique Prim apparently shot himself in his backyard shed.
Creative excuses to get out of the Casey Anthony murder trial. One potential juror talked to the media, which got him a 400-plus dollar fine. Another potential juror said "oh crap" when she saw Casey in court. And another said his spouse couldn't sleep alone in bed.
We're broadcasting live from the media center at TPC Sawgrass on Military Appreciation Day. There are a lot of changes this year including more cooling zones, improved bathrooms, and cell phones being allowed on the course.
The Navy will soon start allowing its chaplains to perform same-sex marriages on its bases. It's part of the ending of Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
A chaotic finish to the legislative session, and still Governor Scott didn't get everything he wanted. Scott tells Jacksonville's Morning News he'll review every line, reminding lawmakers that he has the power to issue a line item veto.
You Decide 2011 lands on Jacksonville's Morning News. Mayoral candidates Alvin Brown and Mike Hogan are here for an hour of questions about spending, taxes, and Jacksonville's future.
The guy who pipe-bombed a Jacksonville mosque last year is shot by the FBI in Oklahoma. Sandlin Smith pulled an AK-47 on the cops when they moved in yesterday.
CIA Director Leon Panetta says the photo of dead Osama bin Laden will be released.