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Mother of 7 killed in fiery Westside Jacksonville crash

Mother of 7 killed in fiery Westside Jacksonville crash The Florida Highway Patrol said five people were inside a Corolla that collided with a Jeep Patriot head-on at West Beaver Street and Otis Road. Thaddeus Sutton, 42, and a 12-year-old boy who were in the Corolla also died in the crash. The Flor

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Jacksonville men, teen charged in Nassau County assault, shooting

Couple, 80, 92 prove it's never too late to fall in love Two vehicles with eight people inside went to the residence to confront a man about a dispute. The suspects jumped on the victim and struck him with their fists. The Sheriff's Office said all of the suspects then jumped into one of the vehic

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12 year-old boy among 5 killed in head-on crash, fire

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Florida Highway Patrol said a 12-year-old boy was one of five people killed in a fiery crash Friday night in the Whitehouse area. A 9 year-old girl remains in critical condition. Neither was wearing a seatbelt. According to the the FHP report, a Toyota Corolla driven by 30-

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Trapped by traffic in a Clay County neighborhood

FLEMING ISLAND, Fla. - Busy highways in Fleming Island are causing big headaches for residents of the Oak Creek neighborhood. Residents are urging the Department of Transportation to install a traffic light. The area is located near the intersection of Denmark Drive and U.S. Highway 17, just north

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Deputies: Florida man arrested for making threats had a dozen guns, high-capacity magazines at home

A Florida man accused of making threats on social media had more than a dozen guns and high-capacity magazines at the home he shared with his parents, according to deputies. Baker County deputies began investigating after someone sent them screenshots of a conversation with 44-year-old Brandon Yance

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Four people dead after being trapped in fiery vehicle on the Westside

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Four people are dead and two are in critical condition following a head-on accident on Jacksonville's Westside on Friday. The identities of the four deceased have not yet been released because their next of kin has not been notified, according to the Florida Highway Patrol repor

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Thousands rally during March for Our Lives events in Jacksonville area

Thousands rally during March for Our Lives events in Jacksonville area "It could've been my friend and it could've been my teacher," Mia Cleary, a student at Ponte Vedra High School, said at the rally in Jacksonville. "It's a lingering feeling inside of us -- that we could be next and that there is

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'Thinking about doing something:' Baker County man accused of making social media threats

A man was arrested and accused of making threats of social media, the Baker County Sheriff's Office said Saturday. Deputies received reports about a man making threats and posting photos of him posing with various weapons ranging from handguns to shotguns to assault style rifles. Four dead in fiery

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Jacksonville man arrested in Tallahassee homicide

An 18-year-old Jacksonville man is behind bars after a November robbery ended in the shooting death of a 19-year-old man during an attempted robbery in a Tallahassee apartment complex, according to the Leon County Sheriff's Office. Le'Keian Inarius Woods of Spotts Road, Jacksonville, was booked Marc

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Left for dead by hit-and-run driver, she thought: 'There's the devil, there in the driver's seat'

JACKSONVILLE BEACH - The big pickup truck's passenger-side mirror smashed into Jean Ambrose's bicep with so much force that the mirror broke off and landed nearby. The truck smashed her right leg, pulverizing her ankle and lower tibia. It mangled the new bicycle she was riding - her 60th birthday pr

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Power lines: More action needed to place power lines underground

Placing power lines underground improves the beauty of the landscape and it protects homeowners and businesses from most power outages when storms knock down power lines. The benefits of underground lines were dramatized during the two recent hurricanes. For Hurricane Matthew, there were 1,680 outag

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