Trust Index: Social media posts claim there’s a trick you can use through Amazon to find baby formula
Posts are circulating on social media, saying, if you have trouble finding baby formula, there’s a trick you can use through Amazon. So News4JAX decided to put the claim through our Trust Index.
Woodpecker chicks rescued by JEA lineworkers last year ready to leave roost
When pileated woodpeckers made a home in a utility pole in Atlantic Beach last year, their drilling damaged the pole to the point it had to be replaced. But when lineworkers put in the new pole, they were careful to preserve the home of the woodpeckers, which are a protected species.
USS Stark remembrance ceremony returns to Mayport for 1st time since pandemic
Tuesday, May 17, marks 35 years since two Iraqi missiles struck the USS Stark in the Persian Gulf, killing 37 sailors aboard. Naval Station Mayport held its annual remembrance ceremony to honor those who lost their lives that day.
Judge lifts stay on Florida redistricting ruling
After issuing a temporary injunction last week against a congressional redistricting plan pushed through the Legislature by Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Leon County circuit judge Monday ordered that the ruling remain in effect while the state pursues an appeal.
Man found guilty of murder in 2016 shooting death of UNF employee
State Attorney Melissa Nelson on Monday announced the return of a guilty verdict by a Duval County jury of first-degree murder and other charges in the trial of a man accused of ordering his stepbrother to kill a witness from jail.
Gov. DeSantis expects reforms as insurers set to cancel more than 68,000 policies
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday expressed confidence that a special legislative session will help stabilize Florida’s property-insurance system, but the troubled market is taking another blow as a group of companies is poised to cancel more than 68,000 policies.
Push to crackdown on hate speech on social media sites following racially-motivated mass shooting
There is a push to crack down on racism and hate speech on social media following the mass shooting in Buffalo where investigators say the gunman was targeting Black Americans at a grocery store.
Former JSO dispatcher pleads guilty to taking child sex abuse photos: feds
A former Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office emergency dispatcher pleaded guilty to two counts of producing photos and a video depicting himself while he sexually abused two young children, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida said Monday.
St. Johns County sushi restaurant managers accused of harboring people in US illegally
A man and a woman were arrested on federal charges of harboring people in the United States illegally who worked at their sushi restaurants in St. Johns County, according to criminal complaints filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.