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Erika continues to track toward Florida

5 A.M. UPDATE: Tropical Storm Erika shows shift to the west posing more of a threat to our area.

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Staying safe during hurricane evacuations

Departments across Florida are prepping for a possible hurricane hitting Florida, including the Florida Department of Transportation who has a plan together in case evacuations become necessary.

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NE Florida prepares for possible hurricane

As Tropical Storm Erika continues to cut a path that could bring it to Florida as a hurricane early next week, emergency operations centers in northeast Florida are only at a preparation level 3, the lowest level, but aren't just sitting idly by.

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Arrest made in St. Johns County manhunt

The manhunt for a man suspected of killing his estranged wife and another woman in a home in the World Golf Village area ended Thursday, during a traffic stop outside St. Johns County, police said. 

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JSO: Man shot in leg on Southside

A man is recovering in the hospital after being shot during a dispute with another person on Southside Thursday evening.

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Brothers convicted in murder, kidnapping

Twin brothers were found guilty Thursday of first-degree murder, kidnapping and robbery.

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Taking 'STEPS' to help families, students

A new program that is being instituted in four Duval County schools is aimed at strengthening families, in hopes of raising better students.  

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Plan trip to emergency shelter

If anyone asked to evacuate their home shelters across Northeast Florida are closely watching the forecast for Tropical Storm Erika.

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DOJ: Jax residents committed immigration fraud

Four Jacksonville residents who were born in the Philippines have pleaded guilty to immigration fraud offenses.

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Charges dropped in National Anthem arrest

A 22-year-old musician was arrested by Neptune Beach police and cited for breach of peace after his electric guitar rendition of the national anthem drew a crowd on the Fourth of July.

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Are beaches ready to handle hurricane?

As Tropical Storm Erika continues to move toward the state, some living along the coast of Northeast Florida are already getting ready, even though the storm is still days away.

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