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Cops: Woman exposed self on beach

The officer asked the Melbourne woman to put clothes on, but she began to yell, saying she didn't have clothes and she wouldn't put them on if she did.

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Dog stuck under home for days

Gagliardi thought Allie had run away and hoped she would return on her own.

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Man killed in Arlington motorcycle crash

A man died after he crashed his motorcycle and hit a concrete barrier on the Arlington Expressway ramp, Tuesday night.

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Police: Man shot in domestic dispute

Jacksonville police called to a shooting on Connie Jean Road just off 103rd Street late Tuesday night found a man with a gunshot wound outside Westview Elementary School.

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Fire at Beach Boulevard Flea Market

The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department is on scene of a fire at the Beach Boulevard Flea Market.

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Man surrenders after standoff in Palatka

The Putnam County Sheriff's Office says 39-year-old Barry T. Milton barricaded himself inside a home at 7th Avenue and Madison Street in Palatka on Tuesday night. He surrendered after more than five hours, police said.

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Family falls victim to video game hack

A Jacksonville Beach couple is warning X-Box users after their son’s X-Box account was hacked and their credit card information was stolen.

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'Pass-out game' has parents concerned

As more and more kids are gambling and cheating death playing the so-called "pass-out game," parents are expressing concern.

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Scammers target online daters prone to sexting

Scammers in South Florida are targeting a new market niche -- online daters who are prone to sexting.

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Train accident turns teen's life around

A brush with death when jumping onto a moving train has inspired a teen with a troubled past to not only turn his own life around, but help others.

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Extra hour for low-performing schools

Fifty-two elementary schools in Duval County will now extend their school day by one hour in the coming school year. Dismissal at these schools will change to 4 p.m. every day.

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