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Crowds soak in fireworks across NE Florida

Rain moved out of northeast Florida in time for Independence Day evening gatherings, allowing the pyrotechnics to go off on schedule. 

IMAGES: Fireworks across the First Coast


2 shot, 1 dies in NW Jax neighborhood

Three men were arguing on Darlington Drive Saturday night when two of them drew guns and exchanged shots, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.


Family mourning loss of baby girl

Nearly 24 hours after a Northside home went up in flames, grieving family members are heartbroken over the death of a 6-month old girl.


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Girl struck by jumping sturgeon dies

A 5-year-old girl has died after a sturgeon leaped into her boat on the Suwannee River and struck her.


2 die after truck flips over airport fence

The driver and passenger of a Ford F-150 pickup truck died Friday night after a collision with a car on U.S. 1 sends the pickup over the fence of the Northeast Florida Regional Airport, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.


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Philippines ferry owner faces charges in deaths

The owner of a passenger ferry that capsized in the Philippines, killing 59 people, is in police custody and has been charged with multiple counts of homicide, according to national police inspector Mark Nalda.



Tentative deal reached on Iran sanctions relief

Experts from the countries involved in the Iran nuclear negotiations have reached a tentative agreement on language dealing with sanctions relief, a source familiar with the talks told CNN on Saturday.

This is the first noticeable sign of progress in ...


Jackson statue vandalized for 2nd time

Black Lives Matter spray-painted on statue at the Landing.


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Orlando Eye reopens after riders rescued

After technicians examine operating system, the 400-foot Ferris wheel overlooking Orlando was cleared to reopen one day after the riders had to be rescued.


15-year-old wins title, sings national anthem

Beyond the fireworks in the sky, there was drama Saturday night in the final round of WJXT's "Oh Say Can You Sing" competition.


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Wambach: World Cup final not about revenge

World Cup final matchup between the United States and Japan not about avenging the Americans' 2011 loss to the Japanese, Abby Wambach says.


For tobacco growers, farming a family affair

A fourth-generation tobacco farmer and his family are one of the last remaining tobacco farmers in Alachua County, and they are still going strong.  


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On this day: July 5

History's greatest showman is born, a war begins, and two of man's greatest inventions are unveiled, all on this day.



First measles death in US in 12 years

VIDEO: A woman is the first person in 12 years to die from measles in the U.S.

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Remembering Tiffanie

Remembering the 6-month-old baby who died after a house fire Friday night.

30 minutes with Mayor Lenny Curry

New mayor of Jacksonville visits This Week in Jacksonville to talk about his staff selection and how he plans to execute the four priority points of his campaign.


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