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  • In the Name of God

    WJXT-TV (Jacksonville) examines the methods, practices, power and politics of the television evangelists who, because of their religious status, can wield tremendous influence on millions of viewers outside the purview of any government or watchdog agency, Sept. 8, 1985.
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    Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville) reports on the Yahwehs, an all-black sect that seems to be preaching revolt against white rule, July 14, 1985.
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    Florida Times-Union/Jacksonville Journal examines contributions to the mayoral campaign coffers, July 20, 1986.
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    Florida Times-Union/Jacksonville Journal runs series on storage of toxic wastes; officials in Florida and other states don't know where hazardous wastes are shipped; waste monitoring programs are wanting; Florida depends upon industry reports, many of which conflict or are inaccurate, October 1984.
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    Florida Times-Union and Jacksonville Journal investigate favoritism in the contract-awarding procedures for legal work of the Jacksonville city government for municipal bonds, architectural and engineering services, and financial management of city's pension funds.
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    Jacksonville Journal runs articles on problems with a flamboyant FBI informant and a federal probe of white-collar crime in Jacksonville.
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    Florida Times-Union and Jacksonville Journal investigation of a community college reveals spending irregularities on entertainment and travel; finds a questionable international education program.
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    Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville) looks at documents that yield details of how Small Business Administration and credit union members got burned when credit union made illegal loan to unqualified borrower.
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    Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville) investigation reveals problems at Northeast Florida State Hospital: inadequate treatment and rehabilitation program, criminals using the program to escape criminal charges, older patients terrorizing children, under-staffing, all hospital psychiatrists are from outside the United States.
  • mishandling of a kidnapping and rape case by Jacksonville police

    Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville) reports on the mishandling of a kidnapping and rape case by Jacksonville police; a convicted child molester and wanted fugitive in a stolen car was released when the girl he kidnapped didn't press charges.