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Official: American killed in Libya hotel attack

At least 10 people and two attackers were killed in Tuesday's attack against the luxurious Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, Libya, a spokesman for a security division of the Ministry of Interior in Tripoli said.

Five foreigners -- one American, one French...

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Marissa Alexander released to house arrest

Marissa Alexander, a woman whose case helped bring national attention to Florida's stand your ground and minimum sentencing laws, was allowed to leave jail late Tuesday afternoon to spend the rest of her sentence on house arrest.


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JSO correctional officer killed in crash

The motorcyclist critically injured in a crash with a van on State Road 13 in Switzerland early Tuesday afternoon has died. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office identified the victim as Roger Highcove Jr., who was a JSO correction officer and son of a police lieutenant.

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Search for missing kayaker ends

The Coast Guard on Tuesday ended its search for a University of North Florida student believed to have gone kayaking Saturday near the Jacksonville Beach pier.

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Deputies: Man tries to lure child into car

The Nassau County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man who tried to lure a child into his vehicle on Saturday.

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Big rig crash closes portion of I-95

A section of Interstate 95 in St. Augustine was shut down for several hours after three big rigs were involved in a crash Tuesday morning, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

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Hart Bridge protesters plead not guilty

All but one of the 19 people who were arrested during the Hart Bridge protest on Dec. 9 were in court Tuesday, facing misdemeanor highway obstruction charges.

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Travis Hudson wins Senate GOP primary

One state lawmaker who left his House seat to run for the Senate seat left open when John Thrasher became president of FSU, defeating a second lawmaker who resigned to run for Senate in a Republican primary. GOP primaries for those two House seats were also being decided Tuesday.

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City candidates use illegal campaign signs

News4Jax has been investigating the use of illegal campaign signs around Jacksonville. The law only allows for smaller political campaign signs in neighborhoods, but for this year's city elections, candidates seem to believe bigger is better.

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Clay County plans to regulate adult stores

The Clay County Commission met Tuesday to get its first look at two ordinances that would legally allow adult entertainment establishments -- with restrictions.

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JSO: Burglar steals $4,000 of barbecue

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is seeking help identifying a man they say stole $4,000 worth of barbecue from a Jacksonville restaurant last Wednesday.

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Behind-the-scenes look at Navy training

News4Jax reporter Chris Parenteau got a behind-the-scenes look at the USS Theodore Roosevelt Aircraft Carrier as its sailors trained before deployment off the northeast Florida coast.

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Principal's 'school is closed' song goes viral

A principal in Rhode Island put a new twist on the song "Let It Go" from the Disney movie “Frozen.”

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NASA

On this day: January 27

Mozart is born, Auschwitz is liberated, Elvis releases "Heartbreak Hotel," tragedy claims the crew of Apollo 1, Michael Jackson's hair catches fire, and Steve Jobs unveils the iPad, all on this day.

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