Tornado Watch cancelled for NE FL and SE GA

Tornado Watch cancelled for NE FL and SE GA


Isolated severe storms possible too

Tornado Watch possible for Jacksonville


Officials search St. Johns River for boy

The Putnam County Sheriff's Office and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are searching the St. Johns River in Palatka for a 9-year-old boy.


Photo from Richard Poole

Center evacuates, wheelchair set on fire

The Baya Pointe Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Lake City was evacuated Saturday evening after a wheelchair was set on fire.


Sheriff's hopeful to stay night in Grand Park

Sheriff's candidate Ken Jefferson announced he will stay overnight in a high-crime area in Jacksonville.


UF cornerback charged in armed robbery

Gainesville police arrested a University of Florida football player Saturday in connection with an armed home invasion robbery. Investigators say J.C. Jackson turned himself in to authorities.



Ceremony marks 20th anniversary of Oklahoma City bombing

Hundreds gathered in Oklahoma City Sunday to mark the 20th anniversary of the bombing of the federal courthouse on April 19, 1995.


'Guns N' Hoses' event benefits charities

Amateur fighters with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and Fire Rescue went head-to-head Saturday night for the annual Guns and Hoses charity boxing event.


Mega Pet Adoption event underway

More than a thousand puppies, kittens, dogs and cats are looking for homes at the First Coast No More Homeless Pets Mega Adoption Event.


Scammer finds creative ways to steal IDs

A unique, inside look on how a con-artist may try to steal your identity.


Tampa Bay Times

Stetson professor glad he lost 'Gideon' case

Bruce Jacob was 27 years old in 1963 when he argued before the U.S. Supreme Court that Clarence Earl Gideon didn't have a right to a court-appointed attorney. But Jacob says he really believed in the other side.


Many partake in Operation Green Light

About 1,200 people came out Saturday for Operation Green Light, the one day when Clerk of Courts offices in Florida waive their collection agency surcharge which can sometimes add 40 percent.


First natural gas ship coming to JAXPORT

The worlds first liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered containership will soon call Jacksonville, Florida home. TOTE Inc.’s Isla Bella will enter service in the fall of 2015 between Jacksonville, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico. JAXPORT is the No. 1 port for trade with Puerto Rico.


30 sea turtles released back into ocean

Thirty Kemp's ridley sea turtles were released back into the ocean Saturday afternoon at Little Talbot Island State Park, according to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.


Malcolm Denemark/Florida Today

Biologists hope lice can attack peppers

Biologists may soon have another biological weapon in their war against the infamous Brazilian pepper tree: an army of jumping plant lice.


Public domain

On this day: April 19

The American Revolutionary War breaks out, the Soviet Union launches the first space station, the Waco siege ends in a deadly blaze, and homegrown terrorists strike Oklahoma City, all on this day.



Semi carrying millions of bees overturns

VIDEO: A semi-truck loaded with more than a million bees overturns on an interstate.

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