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Casino cruise ship sets sail after shutdown

The Victory II Casino Cruise ship departed out of Mayport on Friday evening after the ship was docked for safety violations last week by the Coast Guard.

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Deputies find dead man, grow operation

Detectives are investigating after a man was found dead inside of his home, according to the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.

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Shots fired at deputies in East Palatka

Putnam County deputies have detained a man after they say he shot at them.

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Seafarers find home at Space Coast ministry

Dozens of cruise ship crew members turn to a ministry in Cape Canaveral as a place where they can make phone or video conferencing calls, read, have a meal or receive a Bible in one of 60 languages.

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Franklin Graham headlines Festival of Hope

A three-day event featuring the son of America's most famous Christian evangelist begins Friday at Jacksonville Veteran's Memorial Arena.

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2 day cares cited for total of 25 violations

More than a dozen local day cares faced Department of Children and Families inspections last week, and while most were fully compliant with DCF standards, some received violations that could put children at risk.

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JSO: Man found fatally shot inside car

Police are investigating a shooting after a man was found dead in his car near the San Marco area Friday evening.

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Habijax helps locals become homeowners

Nearly two dozen Jacksonville families celebrate becoming new homeowners, thanks to Habijax.

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Police report vehicle, equipment stolen

Over Memorial Day weekend, a police task force office on the Northside was burglarized and bulletproof vests, blue lights, ammunition and other pieces of equipment were stolen, as well as a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office car, which was later found…

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Cops: Palm Coast woman, 87, sought

Deputies are asking for the public's help in finding an elderly Palm Coast woman.

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Is Jax on verge of pension reform?

City leaders are racing the clock as they try to solve Jacksonville’s biggest financial problem -- the pension deficit -- before Mayor Alvin Brown leaves office.

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