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Fla orders drop in workers' comp rates

Florida regulators are approving a drop in workers' compensation insurance rates.

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JFRD: People pulled from burning house

BREAKING NEWS: Firefighters say a house fire on Blue Sky Way in East Arlington remains an active scene.

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SJC locates car that hit, killed bicyclist

St. Johns County traffic homicide detectives believe they've found the vehicle that struck and killed a bicyclist over the weekend.

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Pedestrian hit by box truck on Southside

One person is recovering after being hit by a truck in the Mandarin Station area early Wednesday morning, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

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Is your cellphone spying on you?

It's one of the few things we all carry with us everywhere we go: a cellphone. But News4Jax discovered many devices are tracking every move you make, and most people have no idea.

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AAA: 46.3M to travel Turkey day weekend

If you're hitting the road, which 46.3 MILLION Americans are, be prepared for that holiday traffic. AAA said the travel forecast is a good sign that people are feeling more confident financially about their future.

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Small businesses warned of bill scams

The Better Business Bureau has issued a warning about questionable letters being sent to small business owners.

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Officer fires on man during traffic stop

A local father who was shot at by a Jacksonville Sheriff's officer during a traffic stop Monday night says when he heard the gunfire, he believed either he or his 6-year-old daughter had been hit.

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Police: 3-year-old shot in home invasion

A 3-year-old child was shot in a finger in a home invasion Tuesday afternoon on the Westside, according to Jacksonville police.

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Troopers ID 19-year-old hit crossing US 1

The Florida Highway Patrol said a young man who was not wearing reflective gear and was not on a crosswalk was struck Monday night while crossing U.S. 1 at Shores Boulevard.

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Sociologist: Setback for race relations

Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder, a sociologist at the University of North Florida, said protests will continue and possibly even ramp up if more police shootings occur where unarmed African-American males are killed by officers.

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