Men accused of fraud mostly tried to register Democrats as Republicans, Duval elections official says
A Duval County elections official tells News4Jax that the two men who are accused of fraudulently trying to register voters, some of whom had passed away, were mostly trying to register Democrats as Republicans.
Trial date set for Jacksonville contractor accused of forgery, fraud
Wyatt Green, a Jacksonville contractor at the center of an I-TEAM investigation dating back to April 19, has pleaded not guilty to charges of fraud, forgery, and grand theft. If his attorneys don’t reach a deal with prosecutors, he will go on trial in the spring.
Immigration attorney on the legality of migrant flights landing in Jacksonville
Comments are continuing to pour in after News4Jax dug deeper on flights carrying migrants from the southern border landing in Jacksonville. On Tuesday, the News4Jax I-TEAM obtained records where state police claim 78 flights carrying migrants landed at Jacksonville International Airport in the past six months.
I-TEAM: Documents show 78 flights carrying migrants landed in Jacksonville over last 6 months
New documents shed light on dozens of flights that came through Jacksonville which Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says are carrying migrants. Photos appear to show one of those flights landing last month with migrants getting off the plane.
Could controversial comments by defense attorney in Arbery case be part of a bigger legal strategy?
The defense attorney for one of the three men charged in the death of Ahmaud Arbery is again being scrutinized for his concern that the presence of Black pastors in the courtroom could influence the jury.
Who is FHP pulling over? The I-TEAM analyzes 5 years of traffic stop data
An I-TEAM analysis of five years of traffic stop data from the Florida Highway Patrol shows the proportion of stops of Black drivers in northeast Florida and statewide is higher than their proportions of the overall population.
Jacksonville man charged by the feds after I-TEAM uncovers nationwide travel scandal
Two and a half years after the I-TEAM’s first investigation into Juan Arteaga, which led us to uncover a nationwide travel scandal, federal prosecutors charged the Jacksonville man with wire fraud. Arteaga is accused of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from people – including friends and co-workers - and spending that money on himself.
Duval school board discusses resolution urging feds to take action against mice-infested complex
The Duval County School Board on Tuesday is set to consider a resolution that would ask the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to stop issuing Section 8 housing vouchers for Hilltop Village Apartments until the complex clears up a rodent problem.