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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A man was injured in a shooting in East Arlington Saturday night.
Mike Langton plans to close on 120 E. Forsyth St., as shown in its real estate listing photo, early next year and restore the building's front to its 1903 appearance.
A Jacksonville woman is sexually assaulted days before Thanksgiving. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating her case, there's a local group doing their part they say to make other women in the area aware of the dangers lurking.
Tom Odell whose debut album, LONG WAY DOWN entered the U.K. Albums chart at No. 1 earlier this year, wraps the year with some major headlines.
Will.Dickey@Jacksonville.com Mary Spuhler, executive director of the Downtown Ecumenical Services Council, carries books donated by the nonprofit Ocean Street Book Club as Clarice, a Labrador, rests.
Smashburger's Classic Smash: American cheese, Smash sauce, ketchup, lettuce, tomato, pickles and onion on an egg bun.
Fire destroyed two computer services businesses Friday morning on Jacksonville's Southside, but no one was inside or injured, a fire department spokesman said.
A Christmas Carol in Jacksonville. A Christmas Carol comes to Jacksonville's Times-Union Center's Moran Theater on Friday, December 20th at 8PM for one night only.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office needs your help to get a registered sex offender back behind bars.
A man who called police early Friday to say he had been shot by an unknown male inside a Jacksonville apartment was found dead when police arrived.
The restaurant is the second in the Jacksonville-area built from the ground up featuring the chain's new, modern "Fresh Brewed" design concept.
Mayor Alvin Brown presents a Trailblazer award to Chester A. Aikens, the first African American from Jacksonville to be National Dental Association President.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Police are investigating a missing person along Biscayne Boulevard.
Langton said Thursday that he will close on the Old Republic Title Building at 120 E. Forsyth St. on Jan. 7, pending the approval of $175,000 in city incentives for the redevelopment of the property.
Ronald W. King, 58, of the 85200 block of Phillips Road was on the ramp to eastbound Interstate 10 from Rosselle Street when he lost control, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.