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The fast lane has become the slow lane according to some Jacksonville drivers, but that may change July 1 thanks to the "Left Lane Law".
Ants beware. There is a new predator in the world.
Gregory Dunn bought that folder at a Goodwill store on Lenox Avenue for 50 cents. What he found inside sent him on a mission.
Cash Today Pawn located on Jammes Road was not open for business
on Monday following a burglary attempt in the wee hours of the
A man who believed he was going on a first date ended up being robbed and left naked in a cow pasture Friday night.
The Putnam County Sheriff's Office Animal Services department is looking for volunteers to take photographs.
Baker and Clay counties have announced that they have begun planning for "America's Night out Against Crime."
Early Monday morning Jacksonville Sheriff's Office responded to a robbery alarm at the Cash Today Pawn in the 5300 block of Jammes Road. When JSO officers arrived at the scene, they found a 1994 white dodge van crashed into the buildings rear roll-up door.
A Kangaroo convenience store on SR231 was broken into around 2:30 a.m. Thursday morning, according to a Bradford County Sheriff's Office report.
The Camden County Sheriff's Office is looking
for Anthony Jeffel Lovette for probation violation, according to a CCSO
A man involved in a New Year's Day crash that killed 20-year-old Dara Kusiv was arrested Sunday after turning himself in.
"No Trespassing" signs are available to the residents of Palatka.
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- A man was seriously injured Thursday afternoon after reportedly diving off of a dock at Kingsley Lake.
Bikers across the area are riding with a special purpose.
For the fifth year, Life Church International baptized people at Jacksonville Beach.
A little baby just could not wait for its mother to get to the hospital.
Almost a year after Tropical Storm Debby made landfall in North Florida, about 75 families are still seeking help to fix their homes.
A bicyclist was struck and killed by a speeding car Sunday afternoon.
The JSO Bomb Squad is responding to the Neptune Beach area.
Bruce Ganger is the Executive Director and overseer of Second Harvest.
One back home, one to go.
One of the two missing iguanas in Jacksonville Beach is safe and sound at home this morning. A woman named Chelsea Moore emailed First Coast News to let us know that her orange male iguana returned home -- on his own.
A man was shot multiple times while getting out of his car early Sunday morning.
Some Jacksonville residents are trying to save their local libraries.
Five people have been arrested in the largest marijuana grow operation bust the county has seen in years.
A St. Marys man was arrested and charged with sexual exploitation of children after investigators found sexually explicit images of children on his computer.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- While teal, black, and gold remain the most dominant colors worn by Jaguars fans, there's been a lot of maize and blue sightings this offseason.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- When parents take their children to day care, they expect their child to get the utmost attention. Hillary Rizzi said that was not her experience.
AUGUSTA, GA (AP) -- A dozen prominent Augusta women have posed naked in a calendar that will be sold to benefit a local theater.
A local girl's soccer team needs your help in scoring their next goal. The U13 Ponte Vedra Storm has accomplished a lot this year.
Investigators working on the case of the body found in a smoldering car are dealing with information from outside St. Johns County, according to Commander Chuck Mulligan with the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.
Customers are lining up at Chick-fil-A restaurants around the area today to show their support of the chicken chain. Former Republican Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee started unofficial "Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day" as an event on Facebook. As of this morning, nearly 600,000 people had RSVPed.
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