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Crash closes I-95 SB at Lem Turner

A crash with injuries shut down all southbound lanes of I-95 on the Northside.


One killed in Loretto Road crash

One person was killed in a deadly crash on Loretto Road late Monday night.


Southside McDonald's catches fire

A Southside McDonald's caught fire early Tuesday morning.


Judge revokes Ruben Ebron's bond

A judge revokes bond for the man police consider their prime suspect in the disappearance of 21-month-old Lonzie Barton.


NE Florida flood watches discontinued

Clay County remains under a flood warning overnight, but the National Weather Service has dropped flood watches for Flagler, St. Johns and Putnam counties.

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Floods cloud preps for St. Augustine 450

When downpours come through the First Coast, one of the areas that regularly floods is downtown St. Augustine, so tropical conditions and a risk for flooding this week is causing concern as the nation's oldest city gears up to celebrate its 450th birthday this weekend.


Police hunt for Bryceville burglary suspect

Deputies in Nassau County are on the hunt Monday for a convicted felon who they said committed a series of burglaries in the Bryceville area between Aug. 16 and Aug. 21, while homeowners were out of their home, stealing mostly televisions and firearms, officials said.


Cartoon sparks outrage among police

A spokesperson for the Jacksonville chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police has criticized the Florida Times-Union for an editorial cartoon that he says is offensive and puts local police officers in danger.


Attorney for alleged murderer speaks

Kyle Bedran, the attorney for Chris Colley, the man accused of murdering his estranged wife and her best friend, spoke out Tuesday night about his client's actions and his assurances to the judge that Colley would follow his probation. 


Texas police shooting raises fears at home

The local chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police are reminding their officers to be aware of their surroundings after last week’s targeted attack in Texas.


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Baltimore police cancel leave before trial starts

Fearing more unrest as pretrial hearings begin for six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore Police Department has canceled leave.

"We would rather err on the side of caution and have an abundance of people readily available as ...


Recent shootings inflame gun control debate

As Florida makes it more convenient for people to apply, or re-apply for concealed weapons licenses, which some state leaders are calling it smart and efficient, the national conversation continues about gun laws after two notable recent shootings, one of which was caught on live TV.


Applying for concealed weapon easier in Fla.

Many Floridians wanting to apply for or renew a concealed weapon license can now do so at their local tax collectors' office.


Eureka Gardens asking community for help

Community members are coming together, raising money to build a playground for children in an apartment complex where young people do not have a place to play.


Major changes coming for One Spark 2016

The World's Largest Crowdfunding festival, which will be April 7-9 in Downtown Jacksonville, will have some big differences in how the creators are selected and organized, officials announced Monday.


Easier surgeries within reach at UF Health

Operating rooms at UF Health are getting a helping hand, thanks to the latest robotic surgical system.


Hurricane Fred strengthens in Atlantic

Fred has strengthened to a hurricane as it approaches the Cape Verde Islands thousands of miles out in the Atlantic Ocean.


Mark Beshel, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens

Rare snakes hatch at Jacksonville Zoo

The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens announced the successful hatching of one of the rarest native snakes in the United States.


Day Care Report: Supervision citations

Several local day cares were cited recently for leaving children alone in a room or not having enough supervision for the number of children being cared for.


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On this day: September 1

The last passenger pigeon dies, World War II begins, the Soviet Union shoots down a Korean airliner, and the wreck of the Titanic is discovered, all on this day.


Small town gas war brings gas to 95 cents

A quiet town had a very busy night as cars lined up for a chance to get gas as cheap as 95 cents per gallon while two stations battled for the lowest price.

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