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Reports: Mass shooting in Gilchrist County

News4Jax has a crew on the way to Bell in Gilchrist County where there are reports of a mass shooting with multiple deaths.

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Photos, ME testimony discussed at hearing

The final pretrial hearing for Michael Dunn before his retrial on a murder charge in the shooting death of Jordan Davis was being held Thursday morning.

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18-, 19-year-old from Tampa found dead

Jacksonville police are investigating after two Tampa women were found dead on the side of the road on the Northside early Thursday morning.

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Elections Office cuts may not happen

As the city is still hashing out its nearly $1 billion budget and the number of cuts that are in store for city agencies, one area that was slated to be hit hard, the Supervisor of Elections Office, may survive the budget ax.

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DCF: Man impersonating DCF investigator

The Baker County Sheriff's Office sent out a Be on the Lookout order to its deputies to locate and identify a man, who has been impersonating a DCF investigator.

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Furyks support Blessings in a Backpack

National Blessings in a Backpack Day hit downtown Jacksonville on Thursday.

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3 men arrested in Arlington abduction

Jacksonville police have arrested three men in connection with the abduction of a woman at gunpoint Wednesday night in the parking lot of an Arlington apartment complex.

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Cops: Burglar stole gun, cash from auto shop

A burglar caught stealing from a St. Augustine auto repair shop is being sought by police.

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JFRD finds $2.3M; fire stations rescued

A miscalculation of revenue coming to the city from rescue-unit transports appears to be enough to reverse plans by Jacksonville City Council to close three fire stations and lay off firefighters.

RELATED: Council may avoid election cuts

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Graffiti tagger spray-paints 'Be God'

Police are looking for the a person responsible for spray-painting "Be God" in St. Augustine.

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Poll: Women disapprove of NFL's actions

A University of North Florida survey finds 25 percent of women football fans say they are discouraged from attending NFL games because of the way the league has handled the Ray Rice's case and other recent domestic violence issues.

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