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In the weeks after Democrat Andrew Gillum lost the Nov. 6 Florida gubernatorial election, money continued to flow into a political committee that played a... [Read More]
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As trade tensions with China continue to dominate national headlines, the tariffs have spurred strong solar-related job growth in Jacksonville. [Read More]
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Safe corners in classrooms, locked or staffed doors and gates and "Code Red" policies are some of the basics recommended by a state panel created... [Read More]
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Severe thunderstorms, including the kind that could produce a tornado, are possible in northern Florida Friday, then across central sections of the state... [Read More]
Over the past decade nearly 90,000 tons of sewage sludge have been trucked up from South Florida and dumped into the St. Johns River watershed... [Read More]
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The American Automobile Association is predicting 5.9 million Floridians will be traveling this holiday season. [Read More]
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Those fishing from Florida's coastlines may soon be barred from the popular practice of using chum to attract sharks near beaches. [Read More]
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The St. Johns Riverkeeper and Sierra Club want the state to put the brakes on renewing a JEA permit that allows pollution to make its... [Read More]
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With an execution looming Thursday, attorneys for Death Row inmate Jose Antonio Jimenez say he should be spared from lethal injection because of a... [Read More]
City Council members Tuesday approved the sale of a LaVilla building to a developer who plans to turn the space into a grocery store, restaurant,... [Read More]
Florida politicians are quickly giving support to a U.S. Air Force recommendation to use supplemental funds to eventually locate three squadrons of F-35... [Read More]
The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens is mourning the loss of Duke, its 21-year-old bull giraffe. [Read More]
Starting this week, Duval County will allow Florida residents to apply for or renew a concealed weapon license at the tax collector's office in downtown... [Read More]
A lawsuit was filed against the federal government Tuesday alleging Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff allowed a piece of needle to break off in a woman's... [Read More]
Clay Humane is asking for donations to help with the costs of caring for two abandoned kittens. [Read More]
More Florida students are taking advantage of beefed-up scholarship programs that help pay for tuition, fees and books at state universities and colleges. [Read More]
Florida Power & Light received state approval Tuesday to extend a program in which customers voluntarily pay $9 a month to help add small-scale solar... [Read More]
Fewer teens and kids are being arrested in Florida than at any point in the past 43 years, according to state data released Monday by... [Read More]
In their Monday morning meeting at City Hall, the Duval County Legislative Delegation unanimously elected both their next chair and vice chair before... [Read More]
With nighttime temperatures expected to dip below 40 degrees, Jacksonville's homeless shelters are making plans to provide cold weather protection for... [Read More]
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