Cops: Man shoots at St. Augustine officer

A Palatka man is charged with attempted murder of a police officer after he fired shots at a St. Augustine police officer in her patrol car on Sunday morning, according to the police department.


FDOT inspects I-295 damage after crash

Highway officials have finished the first stage of road cleanup after a car carrier overturned on I-295 southbound Monday afternoon.


Work van crashes into pole; driver dies

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a 68-year-old man's death when the van he was driving crashed into a utility pole on Philips Highway south of Interstate 295. 


Emergency repairs snarl drivers on I-95

Drivers on are feeling relieved Monday now that all lanes of I-95 southbound are open just south of the Fuller Warren Bridge. Crews had to close several lanes for nearly 12 hours after a large hole opened up on the interstate Sunday night.


Deployed airmen return to Jacksonville

Airmen with the Florida Air National Guard deployed to train alongside European allies arrived back to their home base in Jacksonville Monday night.


Girls try to find peace after school knife attack

Fighting back tears, a Baker County High School graduate is opening up about a friend and classmate who pulled a knife on her in school last year.


Florida divided on death penalty ruling

Even though the Supreme Court just ruled that the use of lethal injection in executions is legal, experts are saying the death penalty debate is far from over.


FBI warns of possible attacks on 4th of July

Several federal agencies warned Americans on Monday that terrorists could be targeting Fourth of July celebrations.


Family wants answers in boating death

Two people are facing manslaughter charges in the death of a Jacksonville woman who was found floating in the water last month near Matheson Hammock Park in Miami.


Mayor Brown touts successes of term

Days before he hands over the reigns to Mayor-Elect Lenny Curry, Mayor Alvin Brown says goodbye by touting the accomplishments of his last four years in office.


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Church fires in spotlight post-Charleston

Five fires at predominately African-American churches in several states are in the spotlight.


New laws set to go into effect in Florida

The state's record-setting budget goes into effect on Wednesday, along with 130 other new laws that were produced by the Legislature this year in the regular and special sessions and signed by Gov. Rick Scott.


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Ex-FSU 'Chief Osceola' fatally stabbed

Caleb Halley, who once portrayed FSU's Chief Osceola, was fatally stabbed last week during a fight over gumbo spices.


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Coast Guard monitors rocket debris field

The Coast Guard is working in close coordination with SpaceX and partner agencies to monitor the Falcon 9 debris field currently located more than 150 miles off the Florida-Georgia coast.


Mayor, sheriff to be sworn in Wednesday

Mayor-elect Lenny Curry and Sheriff-elect Mike Williams will take office Wednesday, marking the first time in 12 years that the city and Jacksonville Sheriff's Office get new leadership at the same time.


Tyanna Jones announces contest winner

American Idol Finalist and Jacksonville's own Tyanna Jones is back in the River City. Jones returned to the Sulzbacher Center tonight to announce the winner of an essay contest.


Noted Jacksonville architect dies at 89

Robert Broward, a noted architect and author based who designed hundreds of buildings and taught the next generation of architects during his six-decade career, died Sunday at age 89.


Local, indoor pet resort solves big problem

How your dog can get plenty of exercise without being out in the heat. All-inclusive pet resort has everything your pet could ever need.


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10 vices that are good for you

Many of life's greatest indulgences bring big health benefits. rates the 10 vices that are actually good for you.


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On this day: June 29

Pelé helps Brazil to their first World Cup title, Jayne Mansfield dies in a car crash, the Supreme Court rules against the death penalty, and Apple releases the first iPhone, all on this day.


Vet finds family living in her new home

VIDEO: A disabled veteran who was looking forward to moving into the new home she just bought was met with a surprise after she realized another family had already moved in.

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