Marty McKenna is a third generation citrus grower. As he drives through ...
With slightly less than a year to go before the election, Gov. Rick Scott and ...
A Lakeland Police sergeant and two dispatchers have been disciplined for how ...
Click here to vote for the best play from Sideline ...
Additional details of the delayed investigation into a year-old rape allegation ...
The Charlton County Indians will tackle the Marion County Eagles Saturday ...
The city's head of sports and entertainment, Alan Verlander, will be
heading the newly formed Gator Bowl Sports and Entertainment
The holiday season is ushering in changes at EverBank, including 302
employees learning they will no longer be on the payroll starting in
Photos are compiled from daily booking, inmate, and active warrants search from the St Johns County Sheriff's Office, Putnam County Sheriff's Office, Columbia County Sheriff's Office websites.
Photos from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and the Clay County Sheriff's Office are compiled from media advisories and notices sent to the press.
More Mugshot Photos
One very special teacher in Jacksonville is retiring after 39 years of teaching.
Students at a Jacksonville school are set to vote on a controversial issue on Thursday.
Looking for furry friends to take home this holiday season?
Longtime employees and patients at Dr. Michael
Huber's Fort Pierce dental office were grieving Tuesday with a black
wreath on the front door.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office investigated an officer involved crash Tuesday evening that involved a pedestrian.
Jacksonville City Council President Bill Gulliford is considering whether to allow a vote tonight that would trigger the release of some $3.35 million in taxpayer money to the developer of Unity Plaza.
A Florida District Court of Appeals rules public universities cannot prohibit guns stored in cars. The ruling came after a student challenged the University of North Florida which was regulating guns against Florida law.
In this web extra First Coast News shows you how excited Alvin Wyatt is to be the new head football coach at Edward Waters.
Check out some of the clips from his first press conference.
The USS New York has been at it's new home at Mayport for several days. Still, the hundreds of sailors who moved with the ship are adjusting to their new homes.
A festive performance Tuesday night at the St. Augustine amphitheater is part of the December to Remember festival.
FSCJ's former president will get some of what he wants from his former
employer, but the college's board of trustees has a demand of its own.
A local roofing company is facing more than $48,000 in proposed fines from the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Two Sumatran tigers are joining the Jacksonville Zoo and Garden. The
tigers will be in the new 2.5 acre attraction set to open in March 2014,
Land of the Tiger.
A suspect in an attempted pawn shop burglary on December 4 is sought by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
After being in business 26 years, Panache Day Spa of Orange Park has shuttered its doors.
A 19-year-old man was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon Tuesday afternoon.
The City of St. Augustine's fire protection rating has improved. The recent improvement could impact insurance premiums.
This week Nathan B. Forrest High School is sampling students and getting
more community feedback to see whether there is support or not for a
Paying to get to where you're going faster.
Two spots in the Nation's Oldest City are vying for the title of Best Florida Attraction.
Dr. Michael Huber, 60, was flying with his daughters, 20-year-old Tess
Huber and 17-year-old Abigail Huber, Sunday afternoon when investigators
say the CESSNA 310 they were in crashed into a retention pond in the
Sutton Lakes subdivision.
First Coast News meteorologist Tim Deegan entered a plea of "no contest" to a charge of driving under the influence.
The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office is investigating an officer-involved shooting that left one man dead Wednesday afternoon in the 300 block of Katnack Road.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida consumers have a new tool to help them shop for the best property insurance rates.
With a quick handshake, President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul
Castro whipped up a frenzy Tuesday that led many to wonder whether a
shift is coming between the former Cold War nations.
The sign language interpreter used at Tuesday's memorial service for Nelson Mandela, and whose image was broadcast around the world as he shared a stage with world leaders including President Obama, was being called a "fake" by the Deaf Federation of South Africa.
A 5-month-old girl was taken to the hospital after she was found unresponsive Tuesday afternoon.
Glued to a toilet seat - that's what a woman in north Georgia says happened to her at a home depot.
More Photo Galleries | Submit Photos
Add First Coast News on your favorite social networking site and stay connected and up to the minute on the latest news.
Check the latest news, sports, weather and more on your mobile device.
News & Weather App:
iPad | iPhone | Android
iPad | iPhone | Android
All mobile devices: