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Flooding concerns remain after Erika

Tropical Storm Erika is no longer, and it's unlikely to redevelop. Still, many Floridians are heeding Governor Rick Scott's message to remain vigilant and prepare for heavy rains and flooding.

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Flooding concerns remain after Erika

Tropical Storm Erika is no longer, and it's unlikely to redevelop. Still, many Floridians are heeding Governor Rick Scott's message to remain vigilant and prepare for heavy rains and flooding.

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Tanker truck fire closes I-95 for hours

The cab of a tractor-trailer carrying diesel fuel caught fire on Interstate 95 just after 4 p.m. Saturday. The firefighting and cleanup kept all northbound lanes closed for more than two hours.

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Erika dissipates; no longer a tropical storm

Even though the storm has lost its tropical characteristics, the moisture is still there and headed toward Florida.

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1 dead, 1 hospitalized in JTB crash

One person is dead and another is hospitalized after a driver lost control and crashed into a wooded area on the Sanctuary Boulevard on ramp of JTB.

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Hearing set for mom who drove 3 kids into ocean

A hearing is set for Monday for a South Carolina mother who drove her three children into the ocean off Daytona Beach.

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Veterans with PTSD praise audio-therapy

Neuropsychologist George Lindenfeld in Asheville, North Carolina, says a hand-held gizmo called the Bio-Acoustical Utilization Device (BAUD) can be used to help treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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St. Augustine excavation site opens to public

The remains of the oldest stone mission church completed in colonial Spanish Florida are open to the public as University of Florida archaeologists return to the site during the 450th anniversary of St. Augustine.

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2 juveniles shot outside pool hall

Early Saturday morning, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office responded to a shooting on 103rd Street where shots fired at three young people from a vehicle hit one juvenile in the abdomen and another in the arm.

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Flagler Co. stands down state of emergency

Flagler County has ordered all operations to return to normal after ordering a state of emergency on Friday.

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Bradford Co. handing out sandbags

Emergency officials say the ground is saturated from recent rains, so people should be prepared for flooding from storm Erika.

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