Columnist Mark Woods gets the story behind the story from Times-Union reporters.
On the latest Page One Podcast, a trio of Times-Union journalists — Nate Monroe, Chris Hong and David Bauerlein — talk with host Mark Woods about how they covered the JEA saga in 2019 and what lies ahead in 2020.
Sandy Strickland started working for the Times-Union in December 1969. As the paper celebrates her 50th anniversary, Sandy talks to Page One Podcast host Mark Woods.
Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about the closing of the last Jacksonville Sears and what that means for the future of The Avenues mall.
On the latest Page One Podcast, Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi talks about his special report on a Jacksonville youth home that shut down after a decade's worth of complaints.
Times-Union reporter David Bauerlein talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about the Jacksonville City Council starting workshops to discuss the potential sale of JEA.
For years Putnam County has been among the poorest in the state, but new data suggest the county might be going through a revitalization. Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi spent a day in Palatka investigating.
You can call him Larry. On this episode of Page One podcast, Times-Union reporter Garry Smits talks about Gardner Minshew — and explains why the Jaguars QB getting Garry's name wrong in press conferences has become a running gag.
What does First Baptist Church of Jacksonville's plans to sell much of its downtown property mean for downtown and the church? Times-Union reporter David Bauerlein talks about his coverage of the news with Page One podcast host Mark Woods.
A sports car erupts in flames, nearly killing a Jacksonville businessman and leading dozens of clients to sue and ask: Where is our money? On this week's Page One Podcast, Times-Union reporter Steve Patterson talks about the story of Robert Hetsler.
Times-Union education writer Emily Bloch discusses the latest twist and turns involving a possible sales tax referendum.
Page One Podcast host Mark Woods returns from vacation and asks Times-Union reporter Chris Hong about all the recent news — JEA, Lot J and more.
Times-Union reporter Matt Soergel talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about plans for a documentary that will feature the Jacksonville roots of Southern rock.
Times-Union reporter Matt Soergel talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about the paper's 75th anniversary D-Day story – a compilation of the stories survivors have told the T-U through the years.
Emily Bloch, the Times-Union's new education beat writer, joins Page One Podcast host Mark Woods to talk about the proposed half-cent sales tax, charter schools and why her Twitter handle is @emdrums.
On the latest Page One Podcast, Times-Union investigative reporter Ben Conarck talks with host Mark Woods about "Work Forced," his report on how unpaid prisoner labor makes up Florida's shadow economy.
Chris Hong talks about getting bit by a shark last weekend — and some of the other adventures he's shared with readers in his outdoors columns — in this week's Page One Podcast with host Mark Woods.
In the latest Page One Podcast, Assistant Metro Editor Scott Butler talks with Mark Woods about the team effort involved in covering the Friday night plane crash in the St. Johns River.
On the latest Page One Podcast, Times-Union Editor Mary Kelli Palka talks with host Mark Woods about moving the newsroom from 1 Riverside Avenue to the Wells Fargo Center.
If the Jacksonville Landing falls, what comes next? T-U reporter David Bauerlein discusses that question with Mark Woods on this week's Page One Podcast.
Times-Union columnist and podcast host Mark Woods talks with reporters David Bauerlein and Andrew Pantazi about how crime is factoring in Jacksonville’s mayoral race.
Times-Union reporter Christopher Hong talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about the conclusion of a probe into potential Sunshine Law violations.
Times-Union reporters Andrew Pantazi and Ben Conarck discuss criminal justice reform, from Amendment 4 to a new Department of Corrections secretary, with podcast host Mark Woods.
Times-Union Editor Mary Kelli Palks talks with columnist Mark Woods about his continuing series, Mark Walks Jax, chronicling his walk across Jacksonville.
Times-Union reporter discusses her upcoming project, "When Kids Kill," with editor and guest host Mary Kelli Palka.
As the rest of the state grows safer, Duval County is headed in the opposite direction. Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi discusses about the latest murder and violent crime statistics with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods.
Times-Union reporter Nate Monroe talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about how JEA's national search for a CEO led right back to interim CEO Aaron Zahn.
Times-Union reporter Eileen Kelley talks with PageOne Podcast host Mark Woods about going to the Florida Panhandle after Hurricane Michael to help the Panama City News Herald staff put out a paper.
Times-Union reporter Tessa Duvall talks about her in-depth coverage of kids and gun violence — and, as a past TEDxJacksonville speaker, gives Page One Podcast host Mark Woods some tips for his upcoming talk.
Times-Union reporter Nate Monroe breaks down the JEA nuclear power saga with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods.
Charlie Patton, who recently retired after 42 years at the Jacksonville Journal and Times-Union, talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about the 50th anniversary of consolidation.
Former Times-Union music writer Dan Macdonald shares stories of covering Jacksonville's Lynyrd Skynyrd during the late 1980s when the band reunited for a tribute tour — and what would become a second life for the band — a decade after the tragic plane crash in 1977.
Emily Sullivan and Hannah Lee talk with host Mark Woods about the wide range of stories — murder trials, power plant implosions and more — they covered this summer as Times-Union interns.
Times-Union reporter Dan Scanlan talks to host Mark Woods about the recent killing of 7-year-old Heidy Rivas Villanueva at a Westside Jacksonville parking lot.
Times-Union reporter Chris Hong talks about the controversy involving a City Council appointee — and takes the District 10 residency quiz put together by Page One Podcast host Mark Woods. Read more:Mark Woods: If you live in District 10 ... (the residency quiz)As political tension rises, emergency motion filed in suit over City Council replacementEditorial: Fix it, Gov. Scott
Eileen Kelley, a reporter and host of the Times-Union's "Have You Seen Kamiyah?," talks with Mark Woods about the new serial podcast and the story behind it.
What's in a stadium name? In the case of TIAA Bank Field, a linguistic challenge. Times-Union sportswriter Phillip Heilman talks to host Mark Woods about the vowel-heavy new name for the home of the Jaguars.
Andrew Pantazi talks with host Mark Woods about a yearlong investigation into bias in the criminal justice system. You can read Andrew's story at jacksonville.com/influence
Times-Union reporter Beth Reese Cravey talks with host Mark Woods about covering local nonprofits. Cravey's appearance on the podcast is timely. On Thursday, the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida gave her its Nonprofit Advocate Award.
Times-Union reporter Steve Patterson talks with host Mark Woods about the future of the Julington-Durbin Preserve. The developer who sold the land to the state nearly 20 years ago now wants to build 1,400 homes on it.
In this week's episode, Times-Union reporter David Bauerlein talks about a story he's been covering since the beginning — how big plans for a local barbecue sauce turned into a 38-count indictment for two City Council members. Hosted by Mark Woods.
In this episode of the Page One Podcast, Chris Hong discusses the story he and Nate Monroe worked on about how a business deal in Starke went bad — with new JEA interim CEO Aaron Zahn at the center of the controversy. Mark Woods hosts.
Denise Smith Amos, Times-Union education writer, talks about spending the past year covering the search for a new school superintendent. Hosted by columnist Mark Woods.
This week Times-Union reporter Matt Soergel joins the Page One Podcast to talk about his story about a historical marker being placed at the childhood home of the Ronnie, Donny and Johnny Van Zant. A local man is renovating the Westside house where the members of Lynyrd Sknyryd and .38 Special grew up. Hosted by Times-Union columnist Mark Woods.
Times-Union columnist Mark Woods talks with reporters Nate Monroe and Chris Hong about their recent in-depth look at the long-term effects of dredging on the St. Johns River.