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Accused killer's IQ debated at hearing

The man accused in the execution-style killing of a 20-year-old during a July 2013 robbery was an Duval County courtroom Tuesday while lawyers argued whether he’s intellectually disabled or not.

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Pastors want police shooting investigated

A coalition of black ministers called Tuesday for an independent investigation into Sunday morning’s police-involved shooting of a 22-year-old domestic violence suspect at the Cleveland Arms Apartments.

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JAX debate on sexual orientation heats up

Critics are up in arms over a controversial new Indiana law that they say allows businesses to discriminate against people based on sexual orientation.  The same fight may be coming to Jacksonville ahead of the upcoming mayoral election. 

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Dog seized from warehouse needs name

About a dozen furry faces are looking for forever homes after being seized from a warehouse on the Westside last week. One of them needs a name, and viewers are being asked to help pick one.

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Suspicious envelope closes Brunswick business

Police were called to a business on Cyprus Mill Road in Brunswick, Georgia, on Monday because of an envelope with a suspicious powder substance inside.

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Only 2 speak about abortion waiting period

Dozens of angry women Tuesday in the state Capitol are denied a chance to speak against a controversial 24-hour waiting period for abortions.

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Lawmakers push for health care expansion

The Florida Senate looks like it’s poised to pass a plan that would expand Medicaid in the state, which could help almost one million Floridians. But some conservatives are feeling heat from their own supporters.

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Viral video sparks child neglect discussion

A recent video circulating on social media shows at least three kids climbing into the trunk of a white car outside of a Cici's Pizza on Jacksonville’s Northside.

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Pedestrian hit by police car hires lawyer

The version of events given by the man hit by a police cruiser that was responding to a burglary on Friday is different from the statement the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office released after the accident.

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Bishop won't endorse mayoral candidate

City Councilman Bill Bishop, who finished third last week in the race for mayor, announced Tuesday that he will not endorse either of the two candidates in the runoff.

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JEA bills going up in Orange Park

Many people who live in Orange Park will soon see an increase in their monthly JEA bills because of a town ordinance adding a public service tax to electricity charges.

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