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A fire ravaged a Regency area business early Friday morning, but
firefighters say no one inside the building at the time was hurt.
The first of three new ships the Navy is relocating to the First Coast is scheduled to arrive Friday.
One man is injured after an overnight shooting in Arlington. The
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says a man was walking through a parking
lot at the corner of Monument Road and McCormick Road at about 2:30
A man on the Northside is now recovering after he was shot, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
JACKSONVILLE- One man is dead and another man injured in an overnight shooting on the Westside. Police say the shooting happened shortly before midnight Thursday at the Westlake Villas Apartments on 1370 Old Middleburg Road.
The USS New York, is less than a day away from it's new home, the Mayport Naval Base.
It's a frightening story with a strong message. One Jacksonville woman warns others to be careful while out late at night.
people like to celebrate and party during the holidays, but it's
important to be aware of your surroundings and be extra careful if you
decide to have a drink.
Bernard Moore, 27, was sentenced to 43 consecutive years in prison for 2012 shooting case.
A Southeast Georgia defense contractor had a big role in designing and
building components for the USS New York that will be make its homeport
History made in Brunswick as the first African American will hold the position of mayor.
The impacts were harsh but the lessons learned will help law enforcement investigate and solve deadly pedestrian crashes.
When you're a teenager and living in a homeless shelter, a lot goes through your mind.
The St. Augustine Fire Department and St. Johns Fire Rescue are investigating a pedestrian hit by a vehicle Thursday evening.
A suspect is being sought by the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office in connection to a burglary at Verizon Wireless early Thursday morning.
The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office is investigating a crash at the intersection of Lewis Speedway and Woodlawn Road.
A dramatic and ultimately tragic scene took place at City Hall on
Thursday, when prominent Jacksonville Dentist and longtime civic leader
Dr. Chester Aikens died after collapsing in the building's lobby.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating a robbery at a SunTrust in Mandarin.
Bankruptcy is not an option. That was the consensus of Thursday's
meeting of the Jacksonville Retirement Reform Task Force at City Hall.
The group, formed by Mayor Alvin Brown to find an answer to the city's
looming pension crisis, made no final decisions, but did narrow the pool
of possible solutions.
This Friday through Sunday, the Art & Antiques Show downtown at the
Prime Osborn Convention Center will benefit Wolfson Children's Hospital.
A driver will be cited for running a red light after reportedly striking
an unmarked Jacksonville Sheriff's Office vehicle with two detectives
A Wendy's employee who dropped a partially smoked blunt in a customer's cheeseburger has been fired and charged with marijuana possession.
A teenager is dead and her brother is in critical condition after they were hit by a car early Friday morning.
They've been playing football for 100 years at the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind, and it has been 34 years since their last Deaf National Championship.
Bad move, McDonald's? As fast food workers walked off the job in 100
cities Thursday amid demands for higher pay, the fast food giant thought
it was a good idea to dish out some holiday tip suggestions to its
employees - like how much to tip your massage therapist or pool cleaner.
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