75 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, WWII veteran reflects on the man who predicted it
Florida universities struggle to meet demand for mental health care
Northeast Florida has its head in the sand about HIV and AIDS
2016: The year pop ate itself
After severing ties with management company, local charter school director makes the case for giving his school a second look
Do corporate subsidies truly benefit the community?
A new epidemic of violence raises old questions
“Over the course of two games this year, we had a second and one three different times and could not convert. We could not get THREE feet on SIX tries!”