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Teens charged in killing of gopher tortoise

Two Orange Park teenagers who posted a disturbing video online of themselves torturing and killing a gopher tortoise have been arrested, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

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Water restored after water main break

Water has been restored to several downtown businesses after a 16-inch water main break Friday morning.

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2 men shot in liquor store drive-through

One man is in critical condition and another man is recovering after the two were shot during a drive-by in Northwest Jacksonville late Thursday night, according to police.

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Big rigs crash, cause I-95 backup

Two tractor-trailers were involved in a crash in the southbound lanes of Interstate 95, just north of International Golf Parkway, on Friday afternoon.

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City gives large grant to church by mistake

A mix-up with the city mistakenly gives a $18,000 grant to the wrong organization.

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Are sales tax holidays working in Florida?

Another sales tax holiday hits Florida next week, and don't tell the kids because it's for back-to-school supplies. Customers will be free of Florida's 6 percent sales tax on clothing, footwear and accessories that cost less than $100.

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Man, 46, found guilty of murder, burglary

A 46-year-old man was found guilty Friday of first-degree murder and armed burglary with assault or battery in the 2009 slaying of 70-year-old Lola Faulk.

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Toys collected for kids in hospital

Wolfson Children's Hospital collected toys Friday for their patients during what it calls its off-season.

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Accusations against Jax animal shelter

Is the city of Jacksonville killing animals that should still be alive? That's one of the allegations emerging about Animal Care and Protective Services from an anonymous emailer.

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Aubrey Stewart In Hospital

City still looking for claim in falling tree accident

The city of Jacksonville is still looking for a way to pay $3 million to a teenager who was paralyzed because of possible neglect on the city's part.

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Police seek forgery suspect on Northside

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is seeking help identifying and locating a forgery suspect on the city's Northside.

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