Here are some recent Stories of Success from the On Your Side team:
Usually you think about people stealing the stuff inside your car, but
now a new crime spree has popped up with people stealing what's under
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The lizard that was hanging out under an elderly man's backyard shed for weeks is now back home.
The City of Jacksonville is on a mission to remove or trim a number of
marked trees in a timely manner, the big challenge is the funding to get
it all done in a budget year.
The On Your Side team got results from taking action for an entire neighborhood off Blanding Boulevard. That's just one of Wednesday's success stories.
It started out as a sad story. A local woman still recovering from a knife attack in 2004 had her car and wheelchair stolen while she was inside volunteering with the Red Cross. But FCN has a great update to Deborah Lynn Thompson's story!
The On Your Side team was at it again on Tuesday. This time, helping
viewers with a myriad of problems including an apartment mold problem.
FCN even surprised a viewer who's suit pants were allegedly locked
inside a Mandarin alterations shop.
Harry Mixson wants some answers from his former employee and utility customer.
Thursday, the On Your Side team answered an array of questions and found solutions for you.
Michelle Dalton would love to drive her Volvo to the store and back, but she doesn't have a new driver's license.
She doesn't have a Florida driver's license because the state told
her she doesn't have the proper documents for renewal, she claims she
It's a story we first brought you last Thursday: A Mandarin dry cleaning business closed its doors, leaving some customers' clothing still inside. Less than a week later, viewers are seeing results thanks to a different dry cleaner.
The On Your Side team was hard at work Monday, chiseling away at a new
week full of results for you and solutions to your problems.
David Williams is On Your Side, answering your emails.
Jeff, in Arlington, Rhonda in East Palatka, and Barry, in Jacksonville all asked the OYS team for help and they got it.
In Murray Hill, Evelyn is upset about what she says is a residential deposit increase of $225 on her JEA account.
Robert said he is a disabled veteran with a placard and tried to park in the JTA Skyway lot across the street from the Convention Center, but couldn't.
Lowell, from the Westside, said he wants his mailbox fixed.
An On Your Side follow-up. Diane from San Marco was unhappy with her lawncare company and wanted her grass re-sodded.
Jasmine Valentin lives near Ken Road and 103rd street, close enough to
realize that a playground feet from a retention pond is an accident
waiting to happen.
Renee asks when will the ramps reopen?
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