WATCH LIVE: Michelle O'Connell family, attorney news conference

Four years after a St. Augustine woman's death, her family is demanding justice.

Chad Henne on All Access

Chad Henne on All Access

Chad Henne entered 4 down territory with News4Jax sports director Sam Kouvaris and Jeff Lagemann.

Private investigator raises questions on death of Michelle O Connell

Private investigator raises questions on death of Michelle O'Connell

We're digging deeper into a private investigator's 92-page investigation into the death of Michelle O'Connell. O'connell died 4 years ago in what has ruled a suicide. But some of her family members have insisted it was homicide.

How to Sharpen Your Knives

How to sharpen your knives

How to sharpen your knives.

More Americans working two jobs

More Americans working two jobs

The 40 hour work week that has long been regarded as the standard in American labor - isn't so standard anymore.

Protecting your personal photos

Protecting your personal photos

Compromised and confused: that's what a handful of celebrities are feeling after learning their iCloud accounts were hacked, and personal and even racy photographs were leaked online. But with so many of us relying on our iPhone's as a digital scrapbook, how can you make sure your images aren't stolen next? Channel 4's Adrienne Moore spoke with a network administrator with the Bradford County Sheriff's Office to explain how you can protect…

Fraud sentencing delayed

Fraud sentencing delayed

A Jacksonville man returned to Federal Court this afternoon to be sentenced for defrauding a local business of more than 900-thousand dollars. 37-year-old David Dinsbeer pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. According to the indictment, he teamed up with a Hickory Foods employee to set up a fake supplying company, and receive payments for items never delivered.

Flight diverted to JIA

Flight diverted to JIA

A fight on a flight forces a plane to make an unexpected stop in Jacksonville.

Labor Day baby born in parking lot

Labor Day baby born in parking lot

One mother delivered her baby girl in the back seat of a car in a hospital parking lot! Danielle Sowers was pregnant with her third child, and said she heard the baby would come quickly, but didn't realize it would be that quickly! She and her husband thought baby Adele would be born on the way to the hospital from their Orange Park home to St. Vincent's on the Southside. Luckily, they made it to the hospital, but just barely!

Women assaulte near UF

Women assaulted near UF

VIDEO: Police are asking female students to be vigilant tonight after two women were assaulted late Saturday evening and early Sunday morning. The attacker may be wearing Gator colors.

12 men caught in child-sex sting

12 men caught in child-sex sting

VIDEO: Jacksonville police nabbed 12 men in a child-sex sting called Operation Guardian. Sheriff Rutherford pointed to a frightening statistic from experts who say one child in a chat room has a 100% chance of being contacted by a sexual predator.

Westside Jacksonville crime alert

Westside Jacksonville crime alert

Two shootings two miles apart involving a teen and a man on a bicycle have police investigating on the Westside.

UF students wary after attacks

UF students wary after attacks

University of Florida students are on edge after two students were attacked Saturday near the UF campus. Channel 4's Adrienne Moore talked with students and police.

More red light cameras added

More red light cameras added

The list of locations where you can find red light cameras is getting longer. The grace period at three more intersections has already begun.

Girl dies in sand in Oregon

KATU, The News Guard

9-year-old girl trapped in sand cave has died

A 9-year-old girl who was pulled from a collapsed sand cave Friday in Lincoln City, Oregon, has died. She was visiting Lincoln City with her family, sat down in the hole to see how deep it was, then the sand caved in on her.

Police investigating two westside shootings

Police investigating two westside shootings

Police are investigating two westside shootings that were just a few hours apart and less than two miles apart. Fortunately, both victims are expected to be okay. Police say the first shooting happened just after 7pm on Alpha Avenue. They say a teen was shot in the back with a pellet gun, after two men ordered him to hand over his phone and his wallet. Hours later a man riding his bike along McDuff Avenue was also wounded. News4Jax's Heather…

Meet Strangleweed

Meet "Strangleweed"

Strangleweed, also known as dodder, uses sharp appendages to puncture host plants and siphon off sugars -- but researchers writing in Science say that's not all it does.

O Connell death investigation

O'Connell death investigation

Four years after her death a new witness has come forward in the St. Augustine case.

2 assaults near University of Florida campus

2 assaults near UF

VIDEO: Female students are nervous as police say 2 University of Florida students were assaulted within 5 hours time, no arrest have been made and police advise for students to stay alert.

Tropics Update And Evening Forecast

Tropics Update And Evening Forecast

Tropical Depression 5 forms

Online and mobile banking

Online and mobile banking

A lot of us log on to the computer or phone to check our accounts but how safe are they?

Attempted rapes near UF

Attempted rapes near UF

Police say two women were attacked within a half mile of each other in Gainesville. They believe the same man is responsible for both attempted sexual assaults. Police say the first attack happened on Northwest 2nd Avenue. The second on Southwest 13th Street, near Inner Drive. Gainesville police and campus police are both trying to solve the crimes.

Time running out for Atlantic Beach ordinance change

Time running out for Atlantic Beach ordinance change

The clock is ticking for activists trying to change a city ordinanc in Atlantic Beach. They say the voters should make the decision about a discrimination ban, NOT the city.

Spanish Wine Festival event

Spanish Wine Festival event

There's something for everyone at the Spanish Wine Festival in St. Augustine.

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