3 children, 1 adult displaced after apartment fire

Four people have been displaced after an apartment fire in Lackawanna .  The fire started around 11 Saturday morning at the Hollybrook Apartments located on King Street, which is near McDuff Avenue South.


Numerous people injured after driver runs stop sign

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office responded to an accident in Springfield in which a driver ran a stop sign. 


JSO investigates after car goes into pond

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating after a car went into a pond Friday night.


Teen killed last June was shot accidentally

A woman accused of hiding the gun used in the death of her 15-year-old stepson has pleaded guilty to charges of tampering with and fabricating evidence. Police say another 15-year-old boy staying at the woman's home accidentally shot Bryan Layfield.


Big rig, sports car damaged by train

The Clay County Sheriff's Office says the driver of a tractor-trailer managed to get out before it was hit by a CSX train at a Doctors Lake intersection, but the tractor-trailer and a $240,000 sports car it was carrying are both damaged. 

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Cruiser responding to call clips pedestrian

Police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office cruiser on Century Street in Arlington. The victim had a bruised leg and complained of back pain, but was expected to be alright.


Officer shoots dog near elementary school

A dog that had been roaming near Crystal Springs Elementary School on Friday was shot by a police officer at a home near the school, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.


Man who 'faked death' appears in court

A former Jacksonville businessman accused of faking his own death and then stealing another man's identity appeared before a federal judge in North Carolina on Friday.


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Yemen bombing intense; political will growing

In just a few weeks' time, good relations with neighbors have become a matter of survival for Yemen's President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi.

On Saturday, he rallied regional allies in Egypt, while they bombarded his enemies in his country.

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Former Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll wins national press award

Jennifer received the Torch Award from the National Publishers Association Foundation.


Thousands of signs and tires dropped off at 2nd annual buyback event

Thousands of people traded in tires and illegal signs on Saturday for cash, during the city's second annual tire and sign buyback event.


Vietnam vets meet about Agent Orange

Veterans of the Vietnam War talk about the dangerous effects of the chemical Agent Orange in a town hall meeting.


CDC report causes concerns for e-cigs

The Centers for Disease Control just revealed more graphic campaign advertisements targeting not only smokers, but e-cigarette users as well.


City's pension becomes political issue

At the end of a week in which voters make their first pick for who will be the city's next mayor, a revised pension plan for Jacksonville's police and firefighters was defeated by City Council, and the current pension plan was voided by a judge -- and the man who wants Mayor Alvin Brown's job came out swinging.


Couple speaks out after 84 dogs seized

Animal Care and Protective Services took 84 dogs from a Westside property on Commonwealth Avenue, where the dog owners claimed they were running a rescue center called Dogs Deserve Life.


Scammer sent empty boxes to victims

How a high-ranking bank administrator pulled off two scams totaling millions of dollars.


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On this day: March 28

Vikings sack Paris, the Hollywood Walk of Fame gets its first star, President Eisenhower dies, and Three Mile Island melts down, all on this day.

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This week in Jacksonville March 29

Elections update, plus Major General Emmett Titshaw stands down as leader of the Florida National Guard. His thoughts on the changes over the years, and what he will do next as a Jacksonville native.


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