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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as President Biden and Vice President Harris campaigned in Philadelphia yesterday, reaching out to black voters. Meanwhile, the Trump hush money trial has been turned over to the jury, as deliberation continues this morning. A verdict could happen this week, after deliberation and review of testimony.…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as Jared reports on a Biden campaign outreach in Philadelphia trying to shore up support among black voters, while Trump's hush-money trial has been given to the jury. Meanwhile, polls speculate on the "Kennedy Effect," as RFK Jr.'s campaign struggles but offers an outlet for the not-Biden-or-Trump voters.…
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Summertime is here (okay, Summer doesn't officially start until June 20, but it's already hot!) and there's a lot of fun stuff happening in Jacksonville this weekend. Check out the Oral Story Tellers event at the Florida Theatre, the topic is "Spring!" And have you visited MOCA downtown? Always a cool exhibition going on there! For you outdoorsy ty…
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PARENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT - A new report from Bankrate shows that 61% of parents have made financial sacrifices to help support their adult children. According to the report released today, GenX parents are more likely than baby boomers to dip into emergency savings or sacrifice paying off debt to help their grown kids make ends meet. The report, ho…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as White House support for Israel continues despite the civilian casualties after an Israeli airstrike on Rafah. Israel's Prime Minister has allegedly ordered an investigation on the attack, and whether it is responsible for the collateral damage, or if it was a result of hidden arms or Hamas staging.…
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Alexus reports on another holiday weekend of crime and violence in the Beaches, frustrating Jax Beach residents who say the frequency of events is increasing. The Jax Beach City Council voted not to advance new safety initiatives restricting social gatherings and increasing police presence after St. Patrick's Day weekend events.…
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Each summer more than 26 million children nationwide enroll in summer camp. However, as demand for camp increases, many parents are planning earlier and spending more money to secure a camp spot for their child. According to the nonprofit American Camp Association, the average cost of summer camp is around $87 a day with overnight camp tuition clos…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as the Trump hush-money trial moves to closing arguments after a long break. Ohio lawmakers are scrambling to ensure that Biden remains on the Ohio ballot. The Libertarian party issued a Presidential candidate endorsement, and it was NOT for Trump or RFK Jr. despite their appearances at the Libertarian convention…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as the Biden administration continues to advocate support for Israel, though the chorus of supporting nations is getting smaller and quieter after another "targeted" Israeli strike in Rafah resulted in multiple civilian casualties, again. The UN, world court, and EU have all demanded Israel cease military actions…
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SCHOOL COUNSELOR SHORTAGE - A report highlights the critical shortage of counselors in K-12 schools. Data from the American School Counselor Association shows during last school year there were 385 students to one counselor. This is a slight improvement from the previous year however well below the recommended ratio of 250 students to one counselor…
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Brian joins JMN to reflect on this year's Memorial Day ceremonies in Jacksonville, and looks ahead to the pending Trump hush-money trial decision, and the latest in the Israel/Hamas conflict as the UN court orders Israel to halt military activities, while Israeli forces continue actions in Rafah. Hear more on the Brian Kilmeade Show, 10a to noon.…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as former President Trump hosted an outdoor rally in the Bronx, appealing to voters in the historically blue state of New York. RFK Jr. is still trying to negotiate his way into a presidential debate, angling to set one up on X, and is speaking at a Libertarian rally in an effort to draw more votes. Trump will be…
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Harrison Conyers, City of Jacksonville's Director of Military Affairs and Veterans Department, joins JMN to discuss the Memorial Day ceremonies in downtown Jacksonville. This year, no new names have been added to the 1700+ names on Jacksonville's Memorial Wall, but all branches of the service will pay their respects to the fallen, and to the Gold S…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as GOP senators continue to vote against border control legislation despite their posturing, though this time some Democrat senators also voted against it. Resolving border legislation would deflate a campaign issue for both sides, so progress on this issue seems unlikely before the election. Meanwhile, President…
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PURPLE HEART EDUCATION BILL - Sens. Patty Murray (D-WA) and Thom Tillis (R-NC) have introduced a legislation that will allow Purple Heart recipients who received the honor after their time in the military to transfer the benefit to their dependents. Currently, that privilege is only granted to Purple Heart recipients who are still active in the mil…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as Nikki Haley says she will be voting for former President Trump in November, despite previous campaign sniping between the candidates into the primary elections season. WOKV's Samantha Manning reports on reactions to Haley's statement, and how Trump is spending his time away from court during this break in his …
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as the US refuses to join a group of countries who are already recognizing Palestinian statehood, despite advocating a "two-state solution" to the Israel/Palestine conflicts. Arguably this is because it would seem to endorse Hamas as the defacto government, instead of a democratically elected government. In other…
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Another Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and as always there's a ton of fun going on. The beach! Pick a beach, they're all open and will all be crowded, but what is Memorial Day Weekend without the beach?! The Jacksonville Jazz Festival starts tonight with the piano competition at the Florida Theatre, then Friday through Sunday you've got music all…
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BUY NOW, PAY LATER - The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau has issued a new interpretive rule that classifies buy now, pay later companies like Klarna and Affirm as credit card providers. The new classification is ultimately a win for consumers because BNPL companies will have to investigate borrower disputes and pause payment during their investi…
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Alexus reports on the latest developments in the search for a new Duval County Schools superintendent. The DCSB is expected to meet at 9am today, and announce a decision later today. The field has been narrowed to two finalists, but recently revealed information about an ongoing lawsuit against one of the candidates has raised questions.…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as Biden and Trump both claim victories in the latest round of primaries, although many disenfranchised Republican voters are still casting primary votes for Nikki Haley. Meanwhile, as their respective campaign fundraising efforts continue, the Trump campaign now says they'll accept cryptocurrency donations - des…
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Tonight at 5:45 on CBS47 and FOX30 Action News Jax, investigative reporter Emily Turner has three tips to avoid "clone cars," where scammers copy legitimate Vehicle Identification Numbers and apply them to other cars being sold. Tune in tonight for tips on how you can avoid getting ripped off with a "clone car!"…
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YOU DECIDE 2024 coverage continues, as another 160k student loan borrowers will see a portion of their debt forgiven under the SAVE Plan and/or other forgiveness programs. Meanwhile, President Biden is raising awareness that the VA has approved a million+ claims filed under the PACT Act, involving those service personnel impacted by burn pits durin…
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ZELLE HEARING - Millions of Americans rely on peer-to-peer apps like Zelle, Venmo, and CashApp to transfer money easily and instantly to people they know and trust, but with scams on the rise more and more consumers are being tricked into authorizing payments to fraudulent people and companies. What’s more, consumers who’ve been scammed are often u…
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Curtis Dvorak, the Wildlife Wanderer from the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens, joins JMN to share details of upcoming Zoo events and promotions. A special limited-ticket Members Only event, Wine & Cheese with Goats (but probably not goat cheese, because that would be weird), is available for purchase now. Make it a great date night with Illuminights, ev…
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MILLION DOLLAR CITIES - Many first-time homebuyers are struggling to break into the housing market. Affordability remains a big challenge, however that hasn’t stopped home values from climbing. The United States now has a record-high number of cities where the typical home is worth over $1 million. Data from Zillow shows the number of “million doll…
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Brian joins JMN live from North Carolina's Fort Liberty (formerly known as Fort Bragg), sharing details about the Army base's history, and experiences of the troops stationed there. Also on today's show, he'll follow up on recent events in the Middle East, and has an interview with Sen. Rick Scott. Hear more on The Brian Kilmeade Show 10am to noon.…
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