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Man detained by police at house fire

Flames were showing from the home at 1131 East 14th Street when firefighters arrived, and police detained a man at the scene, but he had not been arrested.


JSO: Meth lab found in Mandarin home

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating a reported meth lab in a Mandarin neighborhood.


Church raises money for crash victims' dad

The woman and three children killed when their broken-down SUV was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer on the Buckman Bridge had recently moved to Jacksonville. The victims' husband and father, a corpsman in the Navy, is supported by his neighbors and church as he faces taking his family back home for the last time.


'Horrible' crash leaves emotional wounds

Two of the injured survivors of a horrific crash on the Buckman Bridge spoke to News4Jax and shared their horror at watching helplessly as flames shot into the air from an SUV with a mom and three children trapped inside.


Board extends superintendent's contract

The Duval County School Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to extend Dr. Nikolai Vitti's contract by three years.


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Terror suspect caught in Jax heading to NYC

A federal judge in Jacksonville approves the transfer of 30-year-old Abror Habibov to New York City, where he and two other foreign nationals arrested last week will face prosecution for supporting the Islamic state group.


Missing Gainesville mom search expands

Alachua County sheriff’s deputies and volunteers in Gainesville are now actively searching for a mother of four who hasn't been seen for more than three weeks.


Couple: Growhouse was medical necessity

The St. Johns County husband and wife arrested for growing marijuana in their St. Augustine rental home last month have filed a lawsuit against the county because they said they’ve been denied access to their belongings ever since.


Scott highlights history, talks of future

Gov. Rick Scott's State of the State speech Tuesday was as much a history lesson as it was a vision for Florida's future -- telling lawmakers he wants more tax cuts, more money for education and more affordable college tuition.

UNCUT: Scott's speech


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Relationship gets worse for Obama, Netanyahu

U.S. presidents and Israeli prime ministers, however sharply they disagree, simply do not take public pot shots at one another for the world to see. Until now.


St. Vincent's patient claims sexual assault

A White Springs man claims he was sexually assaulted at a Jacksonville hospital after getting out of surgery.


Deputies: Man killed dog who bit him

A 59-year-old St. Johns County man remains in a jail, accused of using a machete to kill a dog that just bit him.


Nassau Co. drug bust nabs 20 felons

The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office 'Operation No Trap Zone' leads to more than 40 felony charges and puts 20 convicted felons behind bars.  


Finance committee defers sales tax bill

The Jacksonville City Council rules committee, tasked with recommending a way to close a $1.7 billion gap in the city's Police and Fire Pension Fund, voted Monday for a half-penny sales tax increase.

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