3 people shot near Lake City park

Three people were shot near Annie Mattox Park in Lake City Tuesday night.  Police said a group of approximately 25 people were gathered at the time.

Police confirm landfill search for woman

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office confirmed Wednesday that investigators are searching the Trail Ridge Landfill for evidence in the disappearance and possible murder of a 22-year-old woman.

Missing woman search brings fear, pain

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office confirmed Wednesday that investigators have been searching the Trail Ridge Landfill for evidence in the disappearance and potential murder of a 22-year-old woman.

Ex-teacher guilty of 7 child sex charges

A jury takes one hour to convict a former elementary school teacher of seven counts of sexual battery on three young girls.

Bullets shatter peace for mom, 3-year-old

A Northside home was riddled with nearly 75 bullet holes -- with a mom and her 3-year-old daughter ducking for cover inside -- after police said it was wrongly targeted by gang members.

Police track shooting suspect on Twitter

Malik Robinson, 18, is accused of shooting a 16-year-old in the leg near the Seawalk Pavilion on March 15, during spring break. Jacksonville Beach police are honing in on Robinson by following his trail on social media.

Woman found dead in burned home

A woman was found dead in a burned mobile home in Arlington Tuesday evening.

Man charged in fatal DUI crash

A man has been charged with DUI manslaughter in the June crash that killed Armando Acosta, 24.

Viral video sparks child neglect discussion

A recent video circulating on social media shows at least three kids climbing into the trunk of a white car outside of a Cici's Pizza on Jacksonville’s Northside.

Accused killer's IQ debated at hearing

The man accused in the execution-style killing of a 20-year-old during a July 2013 robbery was an Duval County courtroom Tuesday while lawyers argued whether he’s intellectually disabled or not.

Residents feel targeted in police shootings

A coalition of black ministers called Tuesday for an independent investigation into Sunday morning’s police-involved shooting of a 22-year-old domestic violence suspect at the Cleveland Arms Apartments.

Bay Street open after death investigation

The westbound lanes of Bay Street at Laura Street reopened Tuesday afternoon after being closed for close to two hours as police were investigating a mysterious death.

Admiral impersonator arrested

After trying to pass himself off as a decorated retired admiral, a St. Johns County man is now behind bars.

No drinking Panama City Beach for 2 weeks

The Panama City Beach council has approved an emergency ordinance banning drinking on the beach and in parking lots through the end of spring break.

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Cynthia Lennon, John's first wife, dies

Cynthia Lennon, who married John Lennon when he was a struggling musician and was there when he rose to fame with the Beatles, died Wednesday, according to a post on the website of her son, Julian.

She was 75.

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Clay County schools hiring fewer teachers

Parents in Clay County are reacting to a plan that will see fewer teachers and staff in schools next year. 

Dog seized from warehouse needs name

About a dozen furry faces are looking for forever homes after being seized from a warehouse on the Westside last week. One of them needs a name, and viewers are being asked to help pick one.

Lake City residents on edge after shooting

A late-night shooting near Annie Mattox Park in Lake City that left three people shot, including one who has just been released from a hospital, has left residents shaken up and police stepping up patrols.

Teen accomplice in toddler's killing pleads

The last person charged in the 2013 murder of a toddler during a robbery attempt on the streets of Brunswick two years ago has pleaded guilty Tuesday to criminal attempt to commit robbery. 

Black farmers object to marijuana law

Florida's low-THC medical marijuana law passed last year has reignited old wounds for the state's black farmers, who complain that requirements in the law have virtually barred them from participating in the new industry.

One Spark less than a week away

One Spark 2015 is less than a week away, and Wednesday organizers and city leaders came together to make sure Jacksonville residents have the information they need to have a great time downtown.

Swiss HR firm opens US HQ in Jacksonville

Adecco Group North America hosted the governor Wednesday to highlight it move of its corporate headquarters from New York to Jacksonville.

Man convicted in 2013 road rage shooting

A 37-year-old man was found guilty Tuesday evening of aggravated assault in a March 2013 road rage shooting.

I-295 at Atlantic Blvd. reopens after crash

The FHP says at least five vehicles were involved in a crash just south of Atlantic Boulevard that closed all southbound lanes for about 30 minutes late Wednesday afternoon.

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$30 bar tab could turn into $1,000 fine

An Idaho man's $30 bar tab could turn into $1,000 and a year of jail after he called 911 a total of 12 times to complain about being overcharged for his beer.

Flood insurance rate hikes hit wallets

Homeowners with flood insurance will be getting a bigger bill, starting April 1, as federal insurance premiums raise charges by 20 percent.

Attack on home has neighbors on edge

News4Jax crime and safety analyst Gil Smith speaks with residents in a Northside neighborhood about their safety after a house is riddled by bullets with a woman and her 3-year-old daughter inside.

Deputies chase credit card skimmers

Deputies with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office are asking for help taking two men who have been skimming credit card numbers from innocent people off the street.

Police search for armed robber

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in putting an armed criminal behind bars after a robbery at Master’s Shoes on Moncrief Road on March 29.

Bishop won't endorse mayoral candidate

City Councilman Bill Bishop, who finished third last week in the race for mayor, announced Tuesday that he will not endorse either of the two candidates in the runoff.

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