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Florida opens investigation into Duval County jail’s medical provider
The Florida Department of Management Services opened an investigation into Armor Correctional Services after the company failed to report that they were convicted in the death of a Milwaukee inmate in October 2022.
Federal judge accepts Jacksonville redistricting settlement, ending racial gerrymandering case
The federal racial gerrymandering case that upended the Jacksonville City Council’s district map, proving the city had segregated voters on the basis of race for decades, has finally ended.
Jail didn’t give transplant medicine despite knowing a Jacksonville man needed it, records confirm
Andrew Bonderud, the attorney for Dexter Barry’s family, believes Barry not getting his life-sustaining medication “was entirely driven by profit and a profit motive.”
‘My heart will be rejected’: Jacksonville man dies after missing doses in jail
After a dispute with his neighbor over wireless internet access, police arrested Dexter Barry and denied him the heart transplant medicine he said he needed.
Republican Chris Miller beats Democrat Charles Garrison to win Jacksonville City Council At-Large Group 5
Republican Chris Miller won the open race for Jacksonville’s City Council At-Large Group 5, fending off Democrat Charles Garrison in the May 16 runoff.
Joyce Morgan beats Jason Fischer as Duval’s newest property appraiser
Jacksonville City Councilwoman Joyce Morgan beat former state representative Jason Fischer Tuesday to become Jacksonville’s newest property appraiser, the constitutional office with the most control over the city’s budget.