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FSA still hitting road blocks

Though some students have taken the test, the Florida Standards Assessment test still isn't working for some Florida children.

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Brunswick names veteran officer chief of police

After months of searching for a new chief of police, Bruswick city commissioners voted to promote from within.

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Child molester gets 25 years in prison

A friend of a Nassau County family left alone with a 9-year-old is sentenced to 25 years in prison on molestation charges.

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Audit: JTA may have overpaid CEO, CFO

An audit by the Jacksonville City Council reveals JTA employees have too much access to records and may have overpaid two former mangers.

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Tree trimmer rescued from bucket truck

Jacksonville firefighters rescue a professional tree trimmer who was stuck 40 feet in the air after a crane malfunctioned on Gable Lane in Arlington. 

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19-year-old jailed after San Marco chase

A driver arrested at gunpoint after police say he led officers on a high-speed chase in a stolen car through the Southside and San Marco is facing charges including fleeing police, possession of marijuana, DUI, running red lights and more.

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Shipyards soil samples taken

In the first visible step toward the possible development of the so-called shipyards property along the riverfront between downtown and Metropolitan Park, crews have begun taking soil samples.

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Poll: Voters indecisive as election nears

A poll of Jacksonville voters released by the University of North Florida this morning finds a quarter of likely voters are undecided on who they want for mayor. One third of voters don't know who they want for sheriff.

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Woman angry rescued cat was put down

A St. Augustine woman says she was horrified to learn that her cat of four years had been put down by an animal control facility less than an hour after it was found safe in the engine of a rental car.

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Senate backs $3.3M for teen hurt by tree limb

A Florida Senate committee Thursday approved a bill that would lead to the city of Jacksonville paying $3.3 million to compensate the family of a teenager who was left paralyzed after being crushed by a large tree limb. 

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Smash-and-grab suspect sought by JSO

Police are searching for a man caught on camera after a late-night burglary Wednesday.

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