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Search for boy missing in surf called off

Florida Fish and Wildlife says the search for a missing 11-year-old boy last seen in the water on Little Talbot Island ended Sunday afternoon.

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Area events commemorate Memorial Day

From solemn events downtown Jacksonville's Veterans Wall and St. Augustine's National Cemetery to a parade on wreath layings, several observances will honor those who died serving out country.

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Rip current risk up for holiday weekend

The National Weather Service is advising swimmers, surfers and other beachgoers to exercise caution at local beaches because of heavy surf this weekend.

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Woman released after fighting against son's circumcision

A Florida woman jailed in a long-running dispute over her son's circumcision has been released from jail. Heather Hironimus spent nine nights behind bars. The 31-year-old woman was released late Saturday.

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103rd St. near Westside High closed for power line repair

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says 103rd street near Westside High School is closed for a power line repair.

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Teen shot, killed after shooting St. Pete police officer

The parents of a Tampa Bay-area teenager who shot an officer in the leg before police fatally shot him say he never received a specific diagnosis for his mental illness.

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2 shot at Arlington apartment complex

Two people were shot, one fatally, Saturday evening at an apartment complex in Arlington.

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Minor crash leads to violent dispute

Police say a minor crash led to a violent dispute and a person being shot multiple times.

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Man sentenced to life as a teen released

A South Florida man sentenced to life in prison as a juvenile in the slaying of an ice cream vendor's wife has been freed after serving 44 years in prison.

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Suspect in death of 15-month-old surrenders

A Cocoa Police spokeswoman the suspect in the death of a 15-month-old central Florida boy has turned himself in to police.

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Fishermen fight to fish near NASA

A plan to phase out commercial fishing from the remote waters of the Mosquito Lagoon could claw back a recent turnaround in the fortunes of George Sweetman and others who fish the northernmost section of the Indian River Lagoon, killing off their…

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