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Final auditions held for ROAR cheerleaders

Final auditions were held Saturday for the 2015 ROAR Cheerleaders. The ladies competed in the same choreographed dance routine during tryouts.

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Police: Body found in St. Johns River

Police are investigating after a body was found floating in the St. Johns River near the downtown area.

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Woman attacked while jogging

The Orange Park Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a man in a sketch.

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Over 300 guns turned in at buyback event

Hundreds of people were given a chance to turn in old guns and take home some cash during the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office gun buyback event.

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11th annual walk to defeat ALS held

About 1,000 people gathered at Seven Bridges in Tinseltown to take part in the walk to defeat Lou Gehrig's disease. It was the 11th annual walk for ALS.

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Former Lt. Gov. Carroll wins award

Over 200 black publishers from across the nation gather in Washington D.C. each March to host Black Press Week. Former Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll was awarded the 2015 Torch Award in politics.

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Career and trades fair

Fair aims to let youth ages 16-21 learn about colleges, career, and military

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Duval teacher pay to be performance-based

The Duval County School Board unanimously approves a new agreement on salaries based on teacher’s performance that could lead to more money for local teachers.

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JSO investigates after car goes into pond

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating after a car went into a pond Friday night.

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Putting 'human' into human-centered computing

Juan  Gilbert was hired away from Clemson University last summer as one of UF's first pre-eminence hires, and brought with him four professors, two postdoctoral researchers, and 15 graduate students.

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Cruiser responding to call clips pedestrian

Police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office cruiser on Century Street in Arlington. The victim had a bruised leg and complained of back pain, but was expected to be alright.

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