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The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is responding to a crash involving an officer Tuesday night.
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.
A Florida appeals court is ruling that universities can't enact regulations regarding guns on campus.
Florida State Representative Janet Adkins welcomed USS New York families to the Mayport Community on Friday.
The USS New York also arrived on Friday. It is the first of three ships being relocated to Mayport, bringing with them thousands of sailors and their families.
Photos provided by Rep. Adkins office.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is searching for a suspect in a robbery that occurred the evening of December 5.
Southside Boulevard at Atlantic Boulevard has reopened after being shut
down due to a vehicle fire, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's
A First Coast volunteer center received an award from Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday for its yearly "A Visit from St. Nicholas" program.
Portions of Laura Street will be closed Tuesday afternoon due to the filming of a commercial.
The relatives of four high-profile Jacksonville murder victims are pressuring the public for information.
The Edward Waters College Athletic Department officially named Alvin Wyatt as its new head football coach.
For the 19th year, the team is partnering with Blood Alliance to host its "Jaguars Gift of Life" blood drive.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are working to fill a growing need in our community.
Families stood outside the Duval County Courthouse on Tuesday and said anyone who knows something about their loved ones' cases should come forward.
The Atlantic Beach City Commission has fired the city manager and city attorney following last night's meeting.
Jaxson De Ville won't be the only one performing high-flying stunts at the Jaguars last home game against the Tennessee Titans on Dec. 22.
First Coast News meteorologist Tim Deegan entered a plea of "no contest" to a charge of driving under the influence.
Some pediatricians on the First Coast say a respiratory virus known as
RSV, respiratory syncytial virus, is spreading like wildfire right now.
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.
A local family is living in fear after their home was burglarized Monday morning.
Three people are dead after a small plane crashed into a retention pond in the Sutton Lakes subdivision on Sunday.
A Firestone High School music teacher who admitted to putting a racist rant on his Facebook page has been fired.
More information is surfacing about a deadly plane crash on Jacksonville's Southside.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida consumers have a new tool to help them shop for the best property insurance rates.
man in Great Falls, Montana took a pot of boiling water off the stove
and tossed it into the air in 24 degrees below zero weather. The water
immediately turned into dust.
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.
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