The other big story we're following-- A well-lit "OPEN" sign in the most unlikely of places. Internet Cafes taking a gamble... and RE-opening their doors. 3 Our News4Jax investigators have seen these businesses popping up around our area... just two months after police shut them down, for a SECOND TIME. Duval was one of five Florida counties where police had to come in and enforce new, anti- gambling laws. This is video of those raids back in April. And while police say these businesses are nothing but ILLEGAL gambling... the owners have a different story. Channel 4's Jim Piggott joins us now LIVE from the Southside, where one of those cafes have reopened. Jim, are police aware of this comeback ... and is this LEGAL? 3 3 Depends on who you talk with.. the operators says they think new software in the computers make them legal... police and state official still say. they are not... and one attorney who represents some of the former owners say the new sites better watch out. 3 00-1047-53 The open signs means some of the internet cafe's are back in business. Despite ceased and desists orders filed by the state in April telling the cafes to shut down... We asked Attorney Mitch Stone who represents one of the owners targeted by the state what he thinks of this new crop of internet cafe opening their doorsI am a little surprised to see that happening yes..In April there were about 60 cafes operating in Jacksonville. the largest number in the state They started opening last summer and it took official about 8 months to crack down .Not all of them shut down when ordered ...and now more and more are opening again. Owners have said the operations are legal because they have changed the software and say it's a sweepstakes-- and not a game of chance, like gambling. But Stone says state officials don't see it that way.They don't agree with that interpretation.Given that the only advice I can tell people is if you open up you are playing with fire. We checked with law enforcement, both the sheriff office and the state. the attorney general office sent us this statement which says Our office of statewide prosecution, Sheriff Rutherfords office and the Illegal gaming taskforce are closely working together right now and we are not going to comment on any pending matters. What about customers. We asked Mitch Stone are they in danger of arrest if the cafe's are raided again. I doubt it. There is no reason that customers would ever be targeted. They would have to target thousands of people who like to go in and play these games.these are basically adult arcades. So its a wait and see approach right now... these cafes are open... but no one can say for how long. Jim.. what's the status of those involved in the last raid?