Local News Top Stories

Jacksonville Beach car thefts investigated

Police are investigating a string of car thefts in Jacksonville Beach and want people to be on high alert this holiday season.

More

Christmas cheer spread to adults in need

The Sulzbacher Center and Active Magazine spread some Christmas cheer with a special dinner party Monday evening.

More

Family holds toy drive to honor teen

One family is touching hearts with a toy drive in hopes of finding someone to tell them the truth about who killed the 16-year-old girl.

More

Gunman shoots man in leg in Springfield

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that happened in the Springfield area Monday evening.

More

Tarpon Springs police officer shot, killed

Florida authorities say a Tarpon Springs police officer was shot and killed early Sunday by a fugitive trying to evade a warrant.

More

Neptune police investigate car break-ins

Neptune Beach police are investigating a car break-in that happened Monday morning. Police say the break-in happened near Strand Street and Florida Boulevard. 

More

Large branch damages yard, koi pond

A large branch from an oak tree fell just feet from a home in the Spring Park area during blustery weather on Monday.

More

John Long/Jacksonville Association of Firefighters

JFRD: 2 escape house fire in NW Jax

A Jacksonville family is homeless at Christmas after a fast-moving fire blazed through a Northwest Jacksonville home Monday morning. A 16-year-old girl and her cousin were inside the home, but they escaped without any injuries. 

More

Local deputies on alert after officers slain

They've sworn to protect and serve, but several law enforcement officers are concerned for their own safety after three police officers were killed over the weekend.

More

Could city's pension deal fall through?

The Police and Fire Pension Fund met Monday to review the city's proposal to deal with the $1.7 billion pension deficit and the members are stuck on a major issue: how the city will pay for it.

More

Killings hit close for deputy who lost partner

A heartbreaking weekend for law enforcement sparked memories for one Clay County deputy, whose partner was shot and killed in 2012. He says the C.O.P.S. support group has made the difference in getting him through.

More

Most Popular on News4Jax.com

Advertisement
Alert
Advertisement
Advertisement