15-year-old girl hit by truck in Arlington

A 15-year-old girl was transported to the hospital with a potentially life-threatening head injury after she was hit by a pickup truck on Merrill Road Wednesday morning, according to Jacksonville police.

Jags respond to some fan complaints

The Jaguars have sent a letter to season ticket holders announcing some changes in response to fan complaints.

Sex offender seen at yoga class, UNF

A 42-year-old registered sex offender spotted twice on Sunday in Jacksonville is being sought in connection with performing an unnatural and lascivious act at a San Marco yoga facility.

34-year-old's family 'devastated' by killing

The death of two men in the Lackawanna area of the Westside early Monday morning has left two families grieving and stunned.

2 kids walking to bus stop hit by car

A 9-year-old boy and 8-year-old sister were hit by a car Tuesday morning on the Westside while crossing the street on the way to their bus stop, according to Jacksonville police.

Necropsy: Euthanized bear had brain tumor

The bear captured by wildlife authorities last week in Jacksonville Beach and released in Camp Blanding was euthanized after it was recaptured in a Green Cove Springs neighborhood.

New restrictions for hydrocodone

New restrictions are on the way for hydrocodone products and it'll change the way you get refills. Next month it will be classified as a level two drug, which means refills cannot be called or faxed in.

Railway bridge over St. Johns stuck down

The Florida East Coast Railway bridge in Downtown has been stuck in the down position for almost a week, and it's affecting boat traffic on the St. Johns River. Some local marine businesses say the malfunction is costing them thousands.

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Winston suspended for 1st half Saturday

Florida State officials say Jameis Winston will be benched for the first half of Saturday's game against Clemson after making "offensive and vulgar" comments about women and that the quarterback will undergo internal discipline.


Severed head falls out of neighbor's trash bag

A Tennessee man cannot believe his eyes when a severed head falls out of his neighbor's trash bag.

Man leaves kids alone in hotel for 23 hours

A man was arrested Saturday after deputies said he left his three kids -- ages 6, 7 and 8 -- alone in a hotel room for 23 hours.

Jax firemen help sick passenger on flight

Some Jacksonville firefighters on their way to a bachelor party in Las Vegas helped rescue a patient on their flight who needed emergency medical attention.

Man killed in crash with tractor-trailer

A 58-year-old man driving a company van was killed Tuesday morning in a crash with a tractor-trailer on U.S. 1 in Hilliard.

House, scene of weekend shooting, burns

State Fire Marshals are investigating an Arlington house found burning Tuesday morning that they believe was purposely set on fire.

Northside drug house raided, shut down

Undercover agents, some masked, raided a suspected drug house in the 7400 block of Grant Avenue on Tuesday and removed some drugs and arrested one man.

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Ferguson police hit with $40 million lawsuit

In a $40 million federal lawsuit, five people arrested recently in Ferguson, Missouri, accuse police of using "wanton and excessive force" and treating U.S. citizens "as if they were war combatants."

A complaint filed Thursday alleges that police offi...

Neighbors recall woman killed near church

People who knew the 25-year-old woman found dead behind a Northside church on Sunday morning want to know the same thing homicide investigators want to know: who killed Jesica Wolford?

Police looking for San Pablo bank robber

Jacksonville police are looking for a man who robbed a bank in the San Pablo area Wednesday afternoon.

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Source: Joan Rivers' doc did biopsy, selfie

The cardiac arrest leading to Joan Rivers' death happened as the comedian's personal doctor began performing a biopsy on her vocal cords, a source close to the death investigation told CNN.

A staff member at Manhattan's Yorkville Endoscopy clinic told...


Respiratory virus spreading across states

The Enterovirus D68 virus continues to make its rounds. At least 21 states have reported cases of the rare virus, which was first reported in the Midwest.

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'Nude' women's cycling uniforms raise eyebrows

The new uniforms for Colombia's women's cycling team are raising eyebrows for all the wrong reasons.

ISIS video is counterpoint to Obama speech

The production is slick. The imagery: ominous. The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is out with a new video from its Al Hayat Media Center.

Email is NOT from your post office

U.S. Postal Inspectors warn customers not to "click to print."  Scammers are behind an email pretending to be from the post office.

Meth lab removed from St. Augustine home

Investigators in St. Johns County removed chemicals from an inactive meth lab at a home Tuesday afternoon.

Frat parties rile Southside neighbors

Residents living in a neighborhood near UNF where college fraternity parties are held say a party late Saturday night and early Sunday morning was the last straw, and now they want the property owner to evict his tenants.

Girls Court launches in Duval County

The Fourth Judicial Circuit Court in Duval County launched Girls Court on Wednesday. It's a specialized form of juvenile court that will link at-risk girls to community resources to reduce detention, and commitment programs among girls.

Police called to suspected meth lab at hotel

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office arrived Tuesday at a suspected meth lab at a hotel on the Southside.

Jax Beach City Council rejects new bar

The Jacksonville Beach City Council rejected a rezoning plan Monday night that would have allowed a nearly 8,000-square foot bar to replace Mango’s Bar and Grille on North First Street.

Trial aims to improve asthma treatment

Researchers at Nemours in Jacksonville are trying to improve the way they treat asthma, and they're looking for more patients to participate in a study.

Still no answers in professor's death

Friday will mark two months since FSU law professor Dan Markel was shot and killed at his home in July.

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