Firefighters battle Westside house fire

The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department spent Wednesday evening battling a house fire on the Westside.


Firefighters respond to Jax house fire

Jacksonville firefighters responded to a second house fire on the Westside Wednesday night.


Alexander gives first interview since release

Marissa Alexander spoke exclusively to CNN’s Anderson Cooper on 'AC360,' where she expressed love for her children and told Cooper she did not regret declining her first plea deal. She said she is looking forward, is much stronger and has no regrets.


Prosecutors: Alexander fired in anger

For the first time in the long and controversial case of Marissa Alexander, prosecutors are speaking about evidence that paints a much darker picture of the 34-year-old woman's actions.

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Alexander case highlights 10-20-Life law

While the legal proceedings against Marissa Alexander are over, the ramifications of her case could be felt for some time, particularly in the Florida Legislature.


Mother of slain teen mentors youth

The mother of the 16-year-old who was shot and killed while waiting at a school bus stop is sharing what life has been like for the past month.


Man arrested on child molestation charges

A 52-year-old Clay County man was arrested Tuesday on one count of lewd or lascivious molestation and one count of possession of child pornography, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.


Police make arrest in Dec. 2012 killing

Police on Wednesday announce the arrest of a 20-year-old man in the December 2012 shooting death of 31-year-old Walter Nicholson.


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The Obama oil boom

The greatest oil boom in this nation's history has occurred during the tenure of self-proclaimed environmentalist Barack Obama.


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IRS issues warning as tax season begins

With tax season arriving, people may be planning to hire someone to prepare their returns for you. The IRS urges you to be cautious when hiring a preparer.


Law could clean up Jacksonville blight

The Jacksonville City Council unanimously passed a new law Tuesday requiring the demolition of all vacant buildings that have had no power or water for the past two years.


FOP career fair raises questions for some

The Jacksonville Fraternal Order of Police hosted a job fair Wednesday inviting agencies from around the state and country to entice local law enforcement officers into joining their departments.


Fundraiser for couple robbed having baby

The community came together Wednesday and held a fundraiser for Aaron and Janine Harris, whose Westside home was robbed earlier this month while the young couple was at the hospital bringing a new baby into the world.


Scott proposes nearly $77 billion budget

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is calling for a nearly $77 billion state budget in the coming year.

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Clay Co. man arrested for molestation

A 52-year-old Clay County man was arrested for child molestation and possession of child pornography, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.


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