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Gas leak fixed near St. Augustine Airport

A gas leak near the St. Augustine Airport temporarily shut down U.S. 1.

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Sheriff candidates speak after violent week

After two deadly shootings in two days that left three people dead and left three more in the hospital, the community and local leaders are very upset, including the two candidates running to be Jacksonville’s next sheriff.

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Drive-by victim's mother asks, 'Why?'; other friends,...

Police have identified the two women killed in a drive-by shooting at a street corner in Northwest Jacksonville Thursday night as Shelmika Felton and Shareka Edwards.

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Police blame gangs for 2 deadly shootings

Gang retaliation is to blame for two shootings this week that left three people dead and three others wounded, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said Friday.

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Save Our Sons tries to stamp out violence

After a violent week of shootings in Jacksonville, hundreds of young men are coming together as part of the Save Our Sons summit in hopes of changing the culture of violence in the city.

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Jury finds 3 guilty in FAMU hazing death

Jurors have found the three remaining defendants charged with the hazing death of a Florida A&M drum major guilty on all counts.


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Payday lender: 'A service people like'

One day after News4Jax reported on payday and title loan companies making a comeback around Jacksonville and what is being done to project customers, one of the businesses involved speaks out.

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Agencies team up to protect manatees

Manatees are injured or killed ever year by boaters who aren’t paying attention, authorities say. Police are teaming up with other local agencies to help protect the endangered species.

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Mayor suports minimum wage increase

Mayor Alvin Brown has announced his support for raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.

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Skimmers found at 3 local gas stations

Three Jacksonville-area gas stations are among more than 80 found to have “skimmers” in a statewide sweep by the Florida Department of Agriculture. A local expert offers advice to avoid skimmers at the pump and elsewhere.

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Health care standoff at Capitol continues

The first sign of a thaw in frosty relations at the state Capitol over health care expansion and funding has surfaced, but the reaction has been too little, too late.

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