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Eureka Gardens asking community for help

Community members are coming together, raising money to build a playground for children in an apartment complex where young people do not have a place to play.

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Texas police shooting raises fears at home

The local chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police are reminding their officers to be aware of their surroundings after last week’s targeted attack in Texas.

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Cartoon sparks outrage among police

A spokesperson for the Jacksonville chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police has criticized the Florida Times-Union for an editorial cartoon that he says is offensive and puts local police officers in danger.

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Judge revokes Ruben Ebron's bond

A judge revokes bond for the man police consider their prime suspect in the disappearance of 21-month-old Lonzie Barton.

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Flood warning issued for Black Creek

The water level of the south fork of the Black Creek is expected to rise above flood stage this morning due to Sunday's tropical downpours, and those living along the north fork are preparing as more rainfall is in the forecast this week. 

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Executive officer removed over misconduct allegations

The executive officer of TRIDENT Refit Facility (TRF) in Kings Bay, Georgia, was removed on Aug. 24, because of an ongoing investigation into allegations of personal misconduct.

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Floods cloud preps for St. Augustine 450

When downpours come through the First Coast, one of the areas that regularly floods is downtown St. Augustine, so tropical conditions and a risk for flooding this week is causing concern as the nation's oldest city gears up to celebrate its 450th…

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Solar power push heads back to court

Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to expand solar energy say it may be four years before they again seek voter approval if the ballot language that goes before the Florida Supreme Court on Tuesday is rejected.

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Deadline looms for financial disclosures

With the deadline for local officials to file their financial disclosures having come and gone and the grace period before officials face fines for not having filed them ends Monday night, some officials still haven't filed.  

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Applying for concealed weapon easier in Fla.

Many Floridians wanting to apply for or renew a concealed weapon license can now do so at their local tax collectors' office.

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Red-light camera grace period begins

The 30-day warning/grace period for a red-light camera on the Westside is set to begin at 12 a.m. Tuesday.

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