‘It plagues me every day’: Family of Jacksonville college student shot, killed calls for justice
Gabriel DeVoe was a college student home in Jacksonville for a visit a year ago when he was shot and killed in Arlington. There are still no arrests. News4JAX anchor and reporter Amanda DeVoe is Gabriel's cousin.
Man shot, killed by Jacksonville police after they say he fired gun in parking lot, then aimed at officers
Jacksonville police shot and killed a man Tuesday night along Blanding Boulevard, just north of 103rd Street, after they say the man fired a gun in a shopping plaza parking lot and then pointed it at officers.
‘I can’t accept this brutal murder’: Mother of man shot to death in Jacksonville Beach says her son knew suspect
The mother of a man who died after getting shot near the Jacksonville Beach Pier Sunday night spoke with News4JAX about the nightmare she’s currently living and gave more insight into her son’s relationship with the suspect.
EWU students, security guard hailed as heroes who prevented further tragedy by spotting racist shooter on campus
Minutes before the man described as a “white supremacist” shot and killed three Black Jacksonville residents inside a Dollar General store in New Town on Saturday, students at Edward Waters University first spotted the man on their campus putting on what they described as gloves and a tactical armored vest.
Man sentenced to 12 years for ‘random’ 2022 shooting with AK-47 that left Westside resident dead
Man who officers said had to be subdued by a K-9 and was critically injured after what police described as a “random” shooting that left a Westside resident dead in November 2022 pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
911 callers describe the scene after two women were killed in San Marco
It's just after one in the morning Wednesday, when Paige Pringle left her co-workers at Dos Gatos. About two miles away on Hendricks at railroad tracks, not far from Nira Street, a gunman or gunmen, shot Pringle and another woman before leaving the area. At around 1:38 AM Wednesday a caller contacts 911.
Jacksonville man pistol-whipped female McDonald’s employee, leading to exchange of gunfire, arrests: JSO
The argument that sparked gunfire at a Jacksonville McDonald’s early Saturday morning started between Akeem Black, 30, and a woman who was working in the drive-thru at the University Boulevard restaurant, according to an arrest report.
‘I don’t see how you can see fear’: Aunt outraged after teen shot twice on front steps of wrong house
A 16-year-old shot twice after ringing the doorbell at the wrong home is recovering, but has a long road ahead of him. Attorneys for the family of Ralph Yarl said he suffered a brain injury in the shooting.
I-TEAM looks at Florida’s red flag law in wake of another shooting
Kentucky's governor is calling for red flag laws in the state following a shooting at a downtown Louisville bank that killed five people and injured eight others. Florida already has a red flag law in place, put in place in 2018 after the Parkland school shooting. Surrounding states like Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi do not have such laws
Psychologist recommends parents address their feelings after latest deadly school shooting
The fear of gun violence in schools can leave students and parents with crippling anxiety. Three victims of Monday’s mass shooting at Michigan State University were laid to rest Saturday, leaving the school with a haunting fear moving forward, especially since it was the school’s first shooting.
Man convicted in Brunswick shooting that left neighbor with life-changing injuries
A 29-year-old Brunswick man was found guilty last week in Glynn County of aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in a July 2021 shooting in Brunswick.