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Mom of girl killed in crash speaks

The mother of the 4-year-old girl who was killed after a car crashed into a Winter Park day care center fought back tears as she says, "I have no idea how any of us are just going to wake up in the morning and go on with our lives."

Mother reacts to daughters shooting death

Police have identified the two women killed in a drive-by shooting at a street corner in Northwest Jacksonville Thursday night as Shelmika Felton and Shareka Edwards.

Skimmers found at 3 local gas stations

Three Jacksonville-area gas stations are among more than 80 found to have “skimmers” in a statewide sweep by the Florida Department of Agriculture. A local expert offers advice to avoid skimmers at the pump and elsewhere.

Frat accused of attacking vets on spring break

The University of Florida is responding to reports that members of the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity blatantly and repeatedly disrespected veterans at a retreat in Panama City Beach during spring break.

Violent crash leaves man fighting for his life

Two people injured in a crash on County Road 218 at Henly Road are being flown to UF Health Jacksonville by air ambulance, according to the Clay County Sheriff's Office.

2 women killed in Northwest Jax shooting

Two women are dead and one man is in the hospital after a drive-by shooting rocked a Northwest Jacksonville neighborhood.

Sweep of Fla. gas stations finds skimmers

Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said Thursday that a sweep of roughly 6,100 gas stations in the last few weeks led to the discovery of "skimmers" in 81 locations, including three in Duval County.

Deadly motorcycle crash on Blanding Blvd

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating a deadly motorcycle crash early Friday morning on Blanding Boulevard, near Randia Drive.

Gang violence leaves 3 dead police say

Gang retaliation is to blame for two shootings this week that left three people dead and three others wounded, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said Friday.

JSO cruiser involved in Westside accident

All northbound lanes of Blanding Boulevard at 118th Street were blocked for several hours Thursday night after a crash involving a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office cruiser.

1 hurt in apartment complex shooting

One person was taken to the hospital after being shot Thursday evening at an apartment complex, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Man charged with grandmother's murder

Police say David Jefferson Jr., 22, has been arrested and charged with the murder of his grandmother, 69-year-old Marguerite Lee Jefferson. A neighbor tells News4Jax he believes he unwittingly helped move the woman's body to a nearby dumpster.

FHP: Mechanical failure caused semi fire

A major mechanical failure caused a tractor trailer fire on I-95 southbound in St. Johns County Thursday afternoon, closing all southbound lanes before the evening rush.

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1 dies in tractor-trailer crash on US 301

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a crash that left one man dead on U.S. 301 in northwest Clay County.

Mayor suports minimum wage increase

Mayor Alvin Brown has announced his support for raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.

Living from paycheck to paycheck

SunTrust Bank study says one third of households making more than $75, 000 live paycheck to paycheck.

How safe is your shrimp?

Consumer Reports tests of frozen shrimp have found some with potentially harmful bacteria and illegal antibiotic residues.

Beware: Title, payday lenders are back

The ads for payday and title loans businesses say they are here to help people in a financial bind, but consumer experts say that help could end up costing much more than you planned.

Boy, 9, who fell into river remembered

A young boy who loved fishing and boating was the focus of a community-wide farewell Thursday evening in Putnam County.

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Hubble Space Telescope turns 25

It's up there right now -- flying about 340 miles over the Earth and circling us every 97 minutes. It's a telescope -- in the sky. Just think about that for a bit. It's called the Hubble Space Telescope.

Gas leak fixed near St. Augustine Airport

A gas leak near the St. Augustine Airport temporarily shut down U.S. 1 Friday evening.


Chamber backs Khan's Shipyards plan

The JAX Chamber board of directors urges the city to 'think big' about the former Shipyards property in downtown Jacksonville and voices support for Shad Khan's proposal.

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Bruce Jenner: 'For all intents and purposes, I'm a woman'

Bruce Jenner, who has spent his entire adult life in the public spotlight, has secretly spent his entire life as a woman. Now the secret is out after he confirmed in a TV interview he is a transgender woman.

Police: Freddie Gray didn't get timely care

Freddie Gray did not get timely medical care after he was arrested and was not buckled into a seat belt while being transported in a police van, Baltimore police said Friday.

Police Commissioner Anthony Batts told reporters there are no excuses for th...

Jacksonville Landing redesign job awarded

A Ponte Vedra Beach office is what secured Wakefield Beasley & Associates top billing as the group that will redesign the Jacksonville Landing, the Financial News & Daily Record reports.

10-year-old buys bike for best friend

Most 10-year-old's are focused on playing with action figures and video games, but one Northside 10-year-old is focused on giving back.

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Stage collapses at Indiana high school

It was the final act of a high school show celebrating the history of rock 'n' roll, with the cast coming out on stage to jump, clap and sing along to Journey's "Don't Stop Believing."

Then it came crashing down.

Pandemonium quickly followed in the aud...

Police catch man accused of check fraud

An off-duty Jacksonville Sheriff's Officer caught a man suspected of attempting to cash a bad check Friday at a VyStar Credit Union on Beach Boulevard, police said.

Answers sought after fatal triple shooting

Neighbors are calling for an end to violence in their Westside community after a man was killed and two others were injured in a triple shooting at a McDonald's.

Largest ship ever visits JaxPort

A ship capable of carrying 8,800, 22-foot containers set a record Friday as the largest container cargo ship ever to call on Jacksonville. 

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