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Beach erosion concerns

Beach erosion emergency extended

Homeowners along the coast of South Ponte Vedra Beach are still worried about beach erosion on their property as St. Johns County has extended a state of emergency.

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Andrea and Vernon Stephens

Wife: 'I knew in my spirit he was gone'

Vernon and Andrea Stephens were in the middle of their happily ever after. They were weeks away from celebrating 11 years of marriage. But that all changed a week ago.

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Rosado's daughters stand by headstone

Headstone donated to mourning family

A family of six who lost their mother to a tragedy will now hopefully gain a sense of peace after a special ceremony honoring their mother Friday.

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USS Hue City back at Mayport

USS Hue City back at Mayport after fire

One week after the USS Hue City left on deployment, the ship arrives back at Mayport this morning after an engine fire caused significant damage and forced the ship to turn back.

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Big rig overturns

Semi overturns on Old St. Aug. Rd. ramp

The entrance ramp to Old St. Augustine Road from Interstate 95 southbound reopened about two hours after a tractor-trailer overturned Friday afternoon.

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Darrell Gilyard

Pastor's sex offender probation modified

A judge has agreed to modify the probation rules for a former pastor who spent three years in prison for lewd and lascivious acts with two girls while he was leading his church.

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Berkman tower under constructi

Unfinished plaza to go up for auction

The shell of a condominium tower on the St. Johns River that has sat untouched since a deadly collapse seven years ago is about to go on the auction block.

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Documents: Teen inmate died of asphyxia

A 19-year-old inmate of the Clay County Jail died of asphyxia in a restraint chair after being pepper-sprayed in March 2013, according to investigative documents released Friday.

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Florida State Seal

Scramble to pass laws to begin

Vacation time will be over for lawmakers on Monday and a 10-day scramble to pass laws will begin. Money matters will be on the front burner and other high-profile legislation is in doubt.

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Money Bills Dollars

Compensating wrongly convicted Fla. man

Imagine being sent to death row for poisoning your seven children while knowing you were innocent. After nearly 40 years, James Richardson is fighting to be compensated for his wrongful conviction.

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Chad Heins

Exonerated in murder; accused of fraud

A man released from prison after being wrongly convicted of killing his pregnant sister-in-law has now been indicted by a federal grand jury for tax fraud.

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