Details surface on bus shooting fugitive

A 16-year-old wanted in a school bus shooting on Jacksonville's Westside last week was arrested late last night during a traffic stop in Liberty County, Georgia. Authorities said he was treated for a self-inflicted gunshot wound, then locked up in a juvenile facility in Georgia.

19-year-old killed in crash on I-295 ramp

The Florida Highway Patrol says Roelle Bongayan, 19, died in a crash late Thursday night on the ramp from Interstate 295 to J. Turner Butler Boulevard.

Lawyer: Children's dentist closes practice

After weeks of allegations and protests, it appears a Jacksonville pediatric dentist has permanently closed the doors to his practice.

Dentist gives up licence, victims want more

A Jacksonville pediatric dentist accused of abusing and mistreating patients has voluntarily relinquished his license, according to the Florida Department of Health.

Video shows Dr. Oz racing to save woman

Dr. Mehmet Oz jumps over a railing Thursday morning at The Avenues Mall to attend to a woman who collapses while attending his "The Good Life" presentation.

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Lenny Curry announces leadership team

Mayor-elect Lenny Curry announced members of his leadership team for the his transition to the top job at City Hall.

Thieves steal bleachers from baseball park

Thieves steal nearly $10,000 worth of aluminum bleachers from a local baseball park.  

Police identify man shot running from gunman

Two people were shot Thursday afternoon in a neighborhood off Ricker Road, and a 29-year-old man has died, according to homicide detectives with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Cops: Dad found camera in dressing room

A popular Jacksonville Beach photographer was arrested Monday after the father of a 16-year-old model found a camera hidden in a studio dressing room, according to a police report released Thursday.

Slain clerk's wife 'can't believe he's gone'

As the 15-year-old charged with killing a 29-year-old store clerk shot during a broad daylight armed robbery on Tuesday faces a judge, the victim's wife says she died, too,

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FHP: Scooter turns in path of car

The Florida Highway Patrol says a 64-year-old motor scooter rider was critically injured when hit by a car Friday afternoon on U.S. 17 at Floyd Road. 

Youth violence could affect school sports

Violence involving teenagers has reached a new level in Jacksonville. For the first time, Duval County has closed a spring football game to the public.

School nurse pleads guilty to stealing meds

Marilee Boozer could face up to 50 years in prison at a sentencing June 1 after pleading guilty to stealing the medicine of students at a school where she worked.

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Selling your Android phone? Don't. It keeps your data.

If you recently sold your old Android phone, chances are your text messages, emails, pictures and Facebook key are still in there, even if you wiped its memory clean.

A new study by computer researchers at the University of Cambridge shows that "facto...

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Prosecutors: DC suspect didn't act alone

The man charged with the killing of three members of a prominent Washington, D.C. family and their housekeeper did not act alone, prosecutors said they believe.

Darron Dellon Dennis Wint made his first appearance before a District of Columbia judge F...

Jax Beach police prepare for Memorial Day

Police and private security, paid for by local businesses, are stepping up security for Memorial Day weekend to make sure that everyone can enjoy their holiday safely. 


'19 Kids and Counting' episodes yanked over scandal

The popular reality TV show "19 Kids and Counting" was yanked off the air Friday following revelations that one of the show's stars had molested several girls when he was a teenager.

TLC, which has televised the show since 2008, decided it would not b...

Dr. Oz makes surprise visit to local family

Conner and Carter, the conjoined twins who were recently separated at Wolfson Children's Hospital, have gotten their share of the limelight lately, working their way into the hearts of people across the country.

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Washington mansion fire: Slain family mourned

They were a wealthy family who seemingly lived a charmed life, with a $4.5 million mansion in one of Washington's toniest neighborhoods, a second home in the U.S. Virgin Islands and a growing business in Puerto Rico.

Now, the red brick mansion is a ch...

Jax had biggest population jump in state

Jacksonville had the biggest population gain of any Florida city last year and now is the nation's 12th most populous city, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

80-year-old woman earns 4th degree

It's the season for graduates, but there will be something extra special about one of the students waiting her turn to get her diploma in Jacksonville. Claudette Bryant, 80, is earning her fourth degree.

5-year-old recovering after being hit by car

A girl is out of surgery and recovering after she was hit by a car last week on the Westside. 

2015 Jacksonville Jazz Festival kicks off

It's one of the largest free jazz festivals in the country, and it's happening downtown this Memorial Day weekend.

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Adult dating site hack exposes sexual secrets of millions

More than 3.5 million people's sexual preferences, fetishes and secrets have been exposed after dating site Adult FriendFinder was hacked.

Already, some of the adult website's customers are being identified by name.

Adult FriendFinder asks customers to...

Mandarin cellphone repair shop catches fire

The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department was battling a fire at a cellphone repair shop in Mandarin.

2 brush fires ignited by lightning

The Florida Forestry Service works Friday evening to gain control of two brush fires that were started by lightning.

Staying safe from hidden cameras

After a local father uncovered evidence that his daughter was being videotaped when she changed clothes for her modeling job, the thoughts of safety and spying are on the minds of many across Jacksonville.

OSHA: Roofing worker's death 'preventable'

A Jacksonville-based roofing contractor has been cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration after a worker fell from a warehouse on Powers Avenue and later died.

Thieves hit Walmart for $46K in cellphones

The Lake City Police Department is searching for four people after nearly $50,000 worth of cellphones were stolen from Walmarts in Columbia and Baker Counties in the same day. 

Local group puts out call to end the violence

A local group dedicated to combating the problem of youth violence in Jacksonville came together Thursday night to put out a call to the community for their help. 

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