Surveillance video shows moments leading to man being shot by officer outside Argyle Forest hotel
The attorney representing the family of Michael Hughes on Wednesday presented new surveillance video that was recorded outside the Quality Inn on Youngerman Circle, which shows what led to Hughes being shot and killed by Officer J.H. Wing.
Bodycam video shows struggle with officers before Jacksonville man’s shooting death
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office on Friday released body camera footage that shows part of the struggle between officers and 32-year-old Michael Hughes before he was shot and killed last month by police at Argyle Forest hotel.
Attorney believes deadly shooting of man by Jacksonville police was not justified
The attorney representing the family of a 32-year-old man who was shot and killed last month by police at an Argyle Forest hotel said he has talked to two witnesses, one of whom “saw the whole thing,” and believes the shooting was unjustified.
Loved ones of man shot, killed by police at Argyle Forest hotel demand release of video
Loved ones of a man shot and killed by Jacksonville police last week at an Argyle Forest hotel and the family’s attorney spoke out Tuesday, demanding a transparent investigation and the release of all video of the incident that exists.
A look at who is unbeaten or winless in college basketball
Here's a look at each of the remaining teams that are either unbeaten or winless. Why They're Unbeaten: The Tigers have picked up where they left off when they made it to last season's Final Four. SAN DIEGO STATERecord: 10-0AP Rank: 25Pomeroy Rank: 32Best Start Since: San Diego State won its first 20 games in 2010-11. Why They're Unbeaten: The Flames won an NCAA Tournament game last season, so this early success should be no surprise. Why They're Winless: They're shooting only 34.5% from the field — and that's when they manage to get any shot off at all.
Jaguars trim roster to 53 on final day of cuts
Jacksonvilles Andrew Wingard (42) makes a tackle during Thursdays preseason loss to the Falcons. JACKSONVILLE, FLA - The Jaguars have finalized their 53-man roster. The team announced its final list of cuts on Saturday prior to the 4 p.m. roster deadline. All seven of the team's 2019 draft picks made the roster. Two undrafted free agents made the final 53, safety Andrew Wingard and linebacker Joe Giles-Harris.