Man shot by officer at NW Jax apartment

Police say an Jacksonville officer fired his Taser gun at a domestic violence suspect three times before the officer pulled his gun and fired six shots at the man who had broken into multiple units at the Cleveland Arms Apartments.

Woman attacked while jogging

The Orange Park Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a man in a sketch.

Police: Body found in St. Johns River

Police are investigating after a body was found floating in the St. Johns River near the downtown area.

Scammer sent empty boxes to victims

How a high-ranking bank administrator pulled off two scams totaling millions of dollars.

Clay Co. man killed in Suwannee Co. crash

A Keystone Heights man is dead after a single vehicle crash in Suwanee County early Sunday morning. It happened at 1:25 a.m. at U.S. 27 near 77th Road, which is just east of Branford.

Multiple hurt after driver runs stop sign

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office responded to an accident in Springfield in which a driver ran a stop sign. 

Cop shoots dog near elementary school

A dog that had been roaming near Crystal Springs Elementary School on Friday was shot by a police officer at a home near the school, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

CDC report causes concerns for e-cigs

The Centers for Disease Control just revealed more graphic campaign advertisements targeting not only smokers, but e-cigarette users as well.

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Martin O'Malley challenges Hillary Clinton

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took a major shot at Hillary Clinton on Sunday, saying the country needs a "new perspective" and "new leadership" in the 2016 election. "Let's be honest here," O'Malley said. "The presidency of the United States is not some crown to be passed between two families."

Woman robbed at gunpoint near UF campus

Gainesville police are searching for three men after a woman was robbed at gunpoint Saturday night near the University of Florida campus. 

Over 300 guns turned in at buyback event

Hundreds of people were given a chance to turn in old guns and take home some cash during the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office gun buyback event.

Big rig, sports car damaged by train

The Clay County Sheriff's Office says the driver of a tractor-trailer managed to get out before it was hit by a CSX train at a Doctors Lake intersection, but the tractor-trailer and a $240,000 sports car it was carrying are both damaged. 

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Sister of cop speaks out after IA report

An Internal Affairs report was released after the sister of a Jacksonville Sheriff's Officer accused of allowing a woman to drive his police car twice spoke up defending her brother, saying there's more to the story.

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Police: Man fired shots in air

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said a SWAT situation on the Westside is over. Police said a 72-year-old man was in his front yard firing gunshots into the air Sunday afternoon.

Final auditions held for ROAR cheerleaders

Final auditions were held Saturday for the 2015 ROAR Cheerleaders. The ladies competed in the same choreographed dance routine during tryouts.

Illegal signs, tires dropped off at event

Thousands of people traded in tires and illegal signs on Saturday for cash during the city's second annual tire and sign buyback event.

7 shot at Panhandle spring break house party

Seven people were injured, some critically, during an early-morning spray of gunfire Saturday at a spring break party on the Florida Panhandle, police said. An Alabama man was quickly apprehended and charged with attempted murder.

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Message in bottle honoring mother found

Because two Nova Southeastern University students recognized the beauty of Darlene Rippon's words to her mother, and saved the message in a bottle, her tribute is now heard.

2 Emerson St. accidents cause morning delays

The Florida Highway Patrol responded to two accidents Sunday morning on Emerson Street. 

JSO investigates after car goes into pond

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating after a car went into a pond Friday night.

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Reports: Antidepressants at Germanwings co-pilot's home

German investigators found antidepressants in the apartment of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz this week, according to published reports. A German newspaper's source said he had a mental illness.

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Indiana backlash: Opposition to anti-gay law grows

Add Angie's List to the roster of companies and business interests taking a stand against Indiana's new anti-gay law.

CEO Bill Oesterle announced Saturday that the company had put its proposed campus expansion project in Indianapolis "on hold" followi...

Cruiser responding to call clips pedestrian

Police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office cruiser on Century Street in Arlington. The victim had a bruised leg and complained of back pain, but was expected to be alright.

Stephen Dare: Why I am Voting for Alvin Brown

Stephen Dare lays out his case for re electing Alvin Brown

Former Lt. Gov. Carroll wins award

Over 200 black publishers from across the nation gather in Washington D.C. each March to host Black Press Week. Former Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll was awarded the 2015 Torch Award in politics.

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ISIS ‘kill list’ targets Flagler Co. residents

After ISIS released an alleged “kill list” that included American armed forces members, News4Jax has confirmed that residents of multiple local counties are on that list.

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Duval teacher pay to be performance-based

The Duval County School Board unanimously approves a new agreement on salaries based on teacher’s performance that could lead to more money for local teachers.

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The activist nun reforming profit-prisons

Some of America's most controversial companies -- for profit prisons -- have unlikely owners: nuns.

Mercy Investment Services Inc. is the investment fund for the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, an international religious order.

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Couple speaks out after 84 dogs seized

Animal Care and Protective Services took 84 dogs from a Westside property on Commonwealth Avenue, where the dog owners claimed they were running a rescue center called Dogs Deserve Life.

Jax firefighter arrested on 2nd DUI charge

A Jacksonville district fire chief was arrested Thursday in Clay County on his second DUI charge in just over three months.

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