Local health care workers fed up with payroll delays triggered by ransomware attack
The ITEAM has received calls and emails from health care workers who said they are frustrated that they are getting no answers from Human Resources and their bosses about when they will be paid in full for their work during the holidays.
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.
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.
I-TEAM: Court documents confirm problems still not fixed at mice-infested complex
New information following about a monthslong investigation into an embattled apartment community in Northwest Jacksonville where the News4Jax I-TEAM found a mice infestation in April of this year: Court documents confirm the problems still have not been fixed.
I-TEAM: Adult game rooms operating underground in Jacksonville
It’s been nearly two years since Jacksonville shut down adult game rooms, also known as internet cafes. But the News4Jax I-TEAM has learned some are operating underground, and now one Jacksonville City Council member is looking to try to make them legal.
Trust Index: US military did not leave American service dogs in Afghanistan
A photo has gone viral across the world, and the claim is that the picture shows American military working dogs left behind at the airport in Kabul as the United States pulled out of the 20-year war in Afghanistan. But the I-TEAM found that narrative doesn’t add up when we put it through the News4Jax Trust Index.
I-TEAM: City reverses denial, will work with JSO to fix property damage SWAT left behind
There are new developments in a News4Jax I-TEAM investigation after a Dinsmore man said the city of Jacksonville refused to pay to repair his fence and yard that were damaged during a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office SWAT standoff.
New chapter: 4 troubled Jacksonville housing complexes get much-needed renovations
Officials from the city, state and federal government hoped to close the book on the dark history of the troubled Eureka Garden subsidized housing complex on Tuesday when they cut the ribbon on the renovated property, now called Valencia Way.
Complaints show concerns over safety of Jacksonville retention ponds
Police pulled the body of 4-year-old Gavin Douyon out of a neighborhood retention pond on the Northside of Jacksonville on Monday night. Municipal records, Department of Children and Families reports and previous news reports show a pattern of children drowning in the wastewater structures across Florida.
Mandarin residents don’t want proposed waste transfer station in their neighborhood -- or any other community
Dozens of neighbors from a Jacksonville suburb filled the chambers of City Hall Tuesday wearing all red. For the last few weeks, they have been fighting to get one of the city’s trash haulers to find another place to build a waste transfer facility.
Jacksonville homeowners pushing back on location of proposed waste transfer station meant to curb trash complaints
There is a potential solution in the works for the thousands of missed trash complaints that have come to the city of Jacksonville for at least two years. But that potential solution has become a problem unto itself for hundreds of homeowners.
Investigations into Trump, his business could lead to criminal charges
Investigations into Trump, his business could lead to criminal charges Experts say several state and federal investigations into Trump and his business dealings are putting the former president's future in legal jeopardy. Ben Tracy reports.cbsnews.com
Grand jury subpoena indicates prosecutors investigating former Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson’s controversial night of drinking
An ordinance backed by the mayor last fall allowed the city’s corporation counsel to decide whether to release full inspector general reports in investigations that involve a death, or that involve or could involve a felony, and that are “of a compelling public interest.” Lightfoot has said the full report in the Johnson case does not meet the standard to be publicly released.chicagotribune.com