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Finding cracks in Jax infrastructure

Officials in Jacksonville are calling for more funding after two holes had to be repaired in major roadways in two days. 

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Local vet gets to stay in home

A local Army veteran, who was almost forced out of the Mandarin nursing home where he lives because of a payment dispute with the Department of Veterans Affairs, still has a home.

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FDOT issues order on Liberty St. collapse

The Florida Department of Transportation issued an order to the City of Jacksonville regarding the area where Liberty Street collapsed into the river.

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TV ad takes shot at opponent's career

A new television ad for the Mike Williams campaign is gaining a lot of attention, taking a shot at the career of his opponent, Democrat Ken Jefferson.

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Veteran receives key to remodeled home

Before this week, Clay County veteran Joe Gainers felt as if he was trapped in his own home. Thanks to Clay County's Habitat for Humanity and other sponsors, the 68-year-old can now live comfortably.

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Jury asks for life in emotional end to trial

A man convicted of killing a firefighter's wife in 2012 should spend the rest of his days behind bars, a jury recommended Friday. Prosecutors had argued for the death penalty. A judge will have the final say on May 15.

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Edgewood Bakery reopens after battle

An iconic bakery in Murray Hill has reopened more than six weeks after a legal battle with Stache Investments -- owned by Jaguars owner Shad Khan -- ended with Khan gaining majority ownership.

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Security guard arrested again for battery

A former Memorial Hospital security guard, arrested in February on charges that he assaulted female employees, has just been arrested again on an additional charge.

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Woman: Body found in car is my brother's

A woman says she believes the human remains found in a car pulled from the Ribault River Thursday afternoon are her brother's.

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Crash blocks Blanding Blvd. at Jefferson Ave.

Two northbound lanes of Blanding Boulevard at Jefferson Avenue in Clay County were blocked Friday evening because of a crash with injuries.

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Man sentenced to 30 years for home burglary

A 36-year-old man is sentenced to 30 years in prison for his conviction of a burglary to a dwelling, state attorneys say.

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