3 kids hurt, 1 critically, in Beach Blvd. crash

Three children were injured, one with life-threatening injuries, in a crash on Beach Boulevard near Kernan Boulevard Monday afternoon.

Officials: Student brought gun to Fletcher

Duval County school officials said a gun was confiscated and a student was arrested at Fletcher High School on Monday morning. The gun was not used and there were no injuries.

Police: Man robs store, changes at Target

A man robbed a GameStop, went into a Target to change clothes and then hid in the bathroom of a Chili's restaurant before being arrested Sunday morning, according to Jacksonville Beach police.

Jury selection begins in Dunn's retrial

The retrial of Michael Dunn in the shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis begins with interviews of 100 prospective jurors and demonstrators gather outside calling for "Justice for Jordan."

FULL COVERAGE: State vs. Michael Dunn

1 arrested 1 sought in Jax Beach shooting

One man was arrested and an active duty sailor is being sought in connection with the shooting of another man in Jacksonville Beach on Sept. 6.

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Power walker loses 150 pounds

In the fall of 2011, Jen Corn was the heaviest she had ever been.

Man, 21, drowns in Southside pool

A man is dead after drowning in the pool of a Southside apartment complex Saturday.

'Before I Die' window display returns

A window display asking the ultimate question is back up in Avondale.

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ISIS calls for attacks in U.S. and allies

Western allies vowed a tough fight against ISIS on Monday after the terrorist group called for attacks against those countries.

"This call for the murder of civilians along with the execution of hostages and mass slaughters testifies once again, if ne...

Family: Man shot by Volusia Co. deputy was deaf

Family members say a man fatally shot by a Volusia County sheriff's deputy was deaf from a childhood illness.

Jury selection begins in Dunn's retrial

Forty potential jurors in the retrial of Michael Dunn in the shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis were excused Monday but 28 were asked to return Tuesday.

FULL COVERAGE: State vs. Michael Dunn

DCF investigated man who killed 6 grandkids

State child welfare officials say they had been investigating a Florida man for two weeks before he fatally shot his daughter and six grandchildren.

Blake Bortles era begins: Fans have hope

Sam Commentary:  Jaguars' top draft pick Blake Bortles started the second half against the Colts on Sunday, and with that, Jaguars fans have hope.

Vigil held for mass killing victims

Channeling their grief into a celebration of their young lives -- that's how a small town is choosing to honor seven of their own.

Woman killed, man missing in a canoe accident

A woman is dead and her son is missing after their canoe sank during a family outing at Half Moon Lake in the Ocala National Forest.

Man, 21, gets life for 2013 killing

A 21-year-old Jacksonville man was sentenced Monday morning to life in prison, with a 25-year minimum mandatory, for the 2013 shooting death of a 33-year-old man.

Tractor-trailer tire kills driver on I-95

A 27-year-old man was killed late Friday afternoon when the wheel of a tractor-trailer detached, flew through the air and struck the victim's car on Interstate 95.

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3 missing Afghan soldiers now in custody

Three Afghan National Army officers -- guests of the U.S. military at a training exercise in Massachusetts -- disappeared on Saturday and reappeared Monday in the custody of Canadian border guards.

The men are in custody at the Rainbow Bridge, a chec...

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Bortles to start at San Diego Sunday

After giving the Jaguars a spark in the second half of a blowout home loss to the Colts, rookie quarterback Blake Bortles will get his first NFL start at San Diego.

RELATED: Bortles era begins; fans have hope

1 dead, 1 missing in Ocala boating tragedy

A boating tragedy on a lake in the Ocala National Forest leaves a man missing and a woman dead, according to a family member.

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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...

Some council members want restored funding

The City Council is preparing for what it thinks will be a marathon meeting Tuesday night with plenty of amendments to go over the city budget.

Howard Stern caller Eric Lynch dead at 39

Eric "The Actor" Lynch, who became a celebrity among celebrities by calling in to Howard Stern's radio show, died Saturday, his manager said.

Kids taken to adult hospitals despite rules

Under Florida guidelines, children who suffer traumatic injuries are supposed to go straight to a trauma center that specializes in pediatric care. But dozens of children each year aren't getting that chance, a Tampa Bay Times investigation has found. 

Murray Hill residents want to see change

People in the Murray Hill area say they're tired of all of the crime there and something needs to be done.

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US airstrikes hit ISIS targets inside Syria

American jets began bombing ISIS targets in Syria early Tuesday, raising U.S. involvement in the war-torn country and sending a forceful message to the terror group.

The airstrikes focused on the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, a U.S. official told CNN, th...

18-, 19-year-old from Tampa found dead

Jacksonville police are investigating after two Tampa women were found dead on the side of the road on the Northside early Thursday morning.

Man killed in accident on Airport Road

A 69-year-old man was killed Saturday morning after crossing the median on Airport Road and hitting another car.

Man bitten by shark at New Smyrna Beach

The Volusia County Beach Patrol said a man was bitten on the foot by a shark Sunday afternoon.

Marijuana businesses hope to blossom

With the potential legalization of medical marijuana by voters this fall, more than 100 corporations using the name marijuana have been formed in Florida, and more are likely to set up shop if the amendment is approved.

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