The U.S. Department of Justice informed two Jacksonville legislators that it had referred their request for an investigation into the Duval County jail.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office inks a secretive jail health contract with NaphCare after canceling Armor Correctional’s deal.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office recorded its 12th inmate death for 2023 and the first under its new medical provider, Naphcare.
Jacksonville racist shooting: OSHA probes Dollar General after national outcry, examining potential store safety and layout issues amidst tragedy.
State judge rules Armor Correctional Health Services liable for Duval County Jail’s 2020 COVID-19 outbreak, ordering $6.3M in damages to affected officers and spouses. This decision follows The Tributary’s reporting on the tripling of inmate deaths under Armor.
Jacksonville residents sue real estate giant JWB over tenant-screening practices, claiming tech-based discrimination against Black renters.
The Duval County jail’s former medical provider has landed itself back in court — this time for failing to pay the first sum in a wrongful-death settlement.
Florida judge rules against Gov. DeSantis’ redistricting, boosting electoral power for Black voters in Jacksonville. Fast-tracked appeals expected.
A Florida judge signaled uncertainty over Ron DeSantis’ congressional districts after lawyers admitted redrawn districts may violate the state constitution.
This morning, the state of Florida will square off with voting-rights plaintiffs in Tallahassee in a high-stakes battle over the constitutionality of protections for Black voters.