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Jury deliberating in Michael Dunn retrial

The 10 men and two women who make up the jury in the Michael Dunn murder retrial began deliberations just before 10 a.m. Wednesday.

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Seized horses, cows to be auctioned

The remaining livestock that the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office were awarded due to poor living conditions at a Flagler Estates home will be auctioned on Monday at the Columbia Livestock Market in Lake City.

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Woman using stolen credit card wanted

The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office is seeking a woman in connection with the fraudulent use of a credit card last month at a Racetrack Road grocery store.

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All clear at Fletcher High School

Fletcher High School was evacuated for about 90 minutes Wednesday after a message about a bomb was scrawled on a bathroom wall.

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Med. marijuana amendment ad sparks debate

Some TV viewers may have noticed an ad on the air lately telling people to vote no on Amendment 2 -- the medical marijuana bill. The ad suggests that some drug dealers will become caregivers, and it's now raising a lot of debate.

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Man gets life for killing man behind laundromat

A 42-year-old Jacksonville man was sentenced Wednesday morning to life in prison for the 2013 stabbing death of another man.

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Domestic violence at the forefront in Jax

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the issue is highlighted this year at a time when people are talking about the video that came out last month showing former Baltimore Ravens' running back Ray Rice.

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6 displaced after NW Jax apartment fire

Five adults and a child are displaced after a fire broke out in a quadplex in Northwest Jacksonville on Wednesday morning.

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Motorcyclist critically hurt in bridge crash

A 29-year-old motorcyclist is in critical condition after he crashed on the Mathews Bridge early Wednesday morning.

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Absentee ballots sent out for Nov. 4 election

Absentee ballots have been sent out and early voting is right around the corner for the Nov. 4 gubernatorial election.

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Harsher punishment for predator teachers

Among the 32 Florida new laws that go into effect Wednesday is one that will bring stricter penalties for school officials who take advantage of students sexually.

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