MORNING SHOW VIDEOS


18 hours ago

PulsePoint

Fire Chief David Kuykendall joins us to talk about a new tool to help save citizens from sudden cardiac arrest called PulsePoint.

18 hours ago

University Boulevard Shooting

Police are on the scene at an apartment complex after a man was shot several times overnight across the street from Jacksonville University. Police have been talking with a group of people and investigators are canvassing the area.

1 day ago

Juneteenth Freedom Day

Joining this morning is Communications Director of the Jax melanin Market Anita Spencer to discuss the events going on in the Jax area to commemorate and celebrate the end of slavery.

1 day ago

Concerns About Coal Ash Spill

Nicole de Venoge from the Surfrider Foundation and Jimmy Orth from St. Johns Riverkeeper join us to discuss how the 9,300 tons of of coal ash on the ocean floor highlights a much bigger problem.

1 day ago

Water Safety

Tomorrow, summer officially begins. As you plan your trips, experts are urging families to prioritize water safety.

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1 day ago

Juneteenth: Learning In VR

One of the unique ways you can celebrate Juneteenth is by using a virtual reality headset to learn. 'Traveling While Black' is a free app where you can learn what it was like for Black people in America during segregation.

2 days ago

Recipes For Dad

Chef Brianne Carty with Publix Apron's Kitchen joins us to show us some recipes for dad as Fathers' Day quickly approaches.

2 days ago

Guns and Hoses

Local first responders will go head to head with the New York Police Department in the ring tomorrow for the Guns N' Hoses event. Some of the fighters you will see tomorrow join us.

2 days ago

Positively Jax Winner: Will Laird

Will Laird is our Positively Jax winner. Laird made a Positively Jax difference by assembling and leading a group of volunteers to help refurbish the playground areas at the Clay County Quigley House facility. His team raised almost $2100 for the project.

2 days ago

Red Flags: Scammers

Amanda Videll, Public Affairs Officer at the FBI Jacksonville joins us to share a list of red flag fraud signs that you should lookout for.

2 days ago

Guns N' Hoses Event

The bell rings at 6:30 tomorrow night as JSO and JFRD's toughest men and women defend Duval's reputation in the ring against some of New York's finest at the 22nd annual Guns N' Hoses Charity Boxing event.

3 days ago

Consumer Report: Takeout Trouble

Many people have been eating more takeout due to COVID-19 restrictions, but Consumer Reports warns that calorie information is missing. What you need to look for so you can still make healthy choices.

3 days ago

Orange Crush Preparations

Orange Crush is set to kick off tomorrow and organizers are expecting 20,000 people to attend the three-day event throughout Jacksonville. Preparations are underway and some events are already sold out.

3 days ago

Positively Jax Day: Audrey Edwards Turner

Today we are celebrating Positively Jax Day. It has been eight years since News4Jax started highlighting the good things happening in out community no matter how big or small. Audrey Edwards Turner was our Positively Jax winner in March of 2019, but she was making a positive difference long before then.

3 days ago

Most Bartram Trail Students Are Keeping Their Yearbooks

An offer was made to students of the Bartram Trail High School to get a new yearbook after students received a yearbook that had 80 altered pictures of female students that covered their chests and shoulders. Only 25 students requested a new yearbook and only 12 of those 25 returned the original yearbook.

3 days ago

The Importance Of "The Talk" With Your Kids

Although it may be awkward, talking with your kids about the birds and the bees could save their lives. About one in five children will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday. Having the talk with them could reduce their risk.

Investigation Continues After Child Fatally Shot

A 6-year-old boy in Dinsmore area was shot in the head and killed. Seven adults and children have been detained for questioning. A woman who identified herself as the child's grandmother said it was a 'freak accident'.

What You Shouldn't Do If You're Bitten

It's snake season so you should be on the lookout when outside. We are here to help you know what not to do if you're bitten and which snakes are venomous.