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Jacksonville, Florida is located in Duval County. Zip codes in Jacksonville, FL include 32221, 32241, and 32228. The median home price in Jacksonville is $154,900 which is roughly $76/per square foot. More Jacksonville information.

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Local news for Jacksonville, FL continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

5 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record

Seized animals receive treatment at Jacksonville shelter; owner charged

After medical examinations at Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services, the 61 animals confiscated from a Westside woman's small house Thursday were in "decent" health, according to Nikki Harris, the agency's division chief. The 50 dogs and 11 cats were removed from Audrey Burch's custody because of overall unhealthy conditions, Harris said Friday.

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9 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

From Jacksonville to Ansel Adams: David Johnson's unlikely journey

"I was in the zone," Johnson said of the day he captured a young marcher resting in Lincoln's lap after a civil rights march in San Francisco in 1960. Rory Earnshaw David Johnson, 88, hasn't lived in his hometown since the end of World War II, but Jacksonville is still on his mind.

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19 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

A $350 million building's neighbors are abandoned buildings and lots in downtown Jacksonville

Many of the buildings near the Duval County Courthouse can be designated as historical and qualify for incentives. But many are in need of a lot of work, more than $1 million in the case of most buildings.

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19 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

Jacksonville police issue alert for missing/possibly abducted Westside girl, 4

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing 4-year-old girl and a man who her father told police is his friend and has been her babysitter in the past. A Florida Missing Child Alert has been issued for T'yanna Elisa Davis, who was last seen with Freddric Sherrod, 29. Sherrod was last seen driving a 2003 Silver Isuzu Ascender with Florida tag 849NRU.

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21 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

Missing child alert for Jacksonville girl

Missing child alert for Jacksonville girl T'yanna Davis was last seen in the area of the 2500 block of Jammes Road in Jacksonville Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1tQCqml T'yanna Davis was last seen in the 2500 block of Jammes Road in Jacksonville, wearing a light colored shirt and shorts. The child may be in the company of Freddric Sherrod, a black male, 30 years old, 5 feet 09 inches tall, 150 pounds, black hair and brown eyes, last seen wearing a blue button down shirt and khaki pants.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Historic City News

Reports from the St Augustine Police Department

A 44-year-old St Augustine man was stopped by St Augustine police officers this week because the vehicle he was driving matched the description of a car used in a theft from Target. A computer check on the driver, David Albert Turner who resides at 142 Dory Road in St Augustine, revealed that he was operating the vehicle with a suspended license.

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The Florida Times-Union

Law & Order: One dead and 2 injured in separate overnight shootings in Jacksonville

Police said at 1 a.m. Saturday they responded to 8500 block of Hare Avenue, where a black male was found dead in a home and another suffered non-life-threatening injuries. He was transported to UF Health.

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News 4 Jax

Tom Wills: Big names, big stories in 70s

I arrived at WJXT in 1975, not long before the station's founding news anchor and news director Bill Grove celebrated his 25th anniversary. The station threw a party for Grove at the Thunderbird Motor Hotel on the Arlington Expressway.

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The Florida Times-Union

Superintendent Nikolai Vitti: Dropout centers hurt, don't help district's dropout record

Dropout retrieval centers - sometimes called "drop back in" programs - are supposed to help students catch up on class credits they missed so they can earn their high school diploma by age 21 even if they'd dropped out of school. But some of the schools in Duval County are not making the grade, school district officials said last week, and should be held more accountable by the state and the public.

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The Florida Times-Union

First Coast Crime Stopper tips take guns, drugs, suspects off streets.

When residents of the First Coast see criminal activity, they can and do report it anonymously for cash with a program that's been around about a decade. And it doesn't cost tax payers a dime.

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Examiner.com

Connection Festival brings One Spark a little closer to home

So you can't make it to the One Spark being held in Berlin - then do the next best thing and attend the local " Connection Festival " in downtown Jacksonville, Florida. The festival runs from Friday, September 12 thru Sunday September 14, 2014; from 10:00 a.m. till 11:59 p.m. The purpose of Connection Festival is to explore how technology amplifies creativity both in the arts and in business.

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Financial News & Daily Record

Regency Square manager leading DeSoto Square in Bradenton

Regency Square Mall General Manager Jim Kramer has taken on the role of interim general manager of Bradenton's Desoto Square Mall, which is owned by the buyers of Regency Square. 'There are all kinds of opportunities.

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The Florida Times-Union

Law & Order: Public help sought to ID found body

JSO Police are seeking help in identifying this man' whose body was found March 8 on Brightman Boulevard near the St. Johna TMs Town Center. Here is another version of a police sketch of the man.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

News 4 Jax

Residents want safer road where woman died

Two days after a 67-year-old woman was hit and killed while crossing a busy road, her friends and neighbors are calling for more safety measures. Jacksonville police said Hanifa Mesic died after getting off a city bus and crossing St. Augustine Road, just south of Old Kings Road.

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News 4 Jax

Fire fighters have new tool to save their own lives

Thanks to a grant and a donation, Jacksonville firefighters will now be supplied with a piece of gear that can save their lives should they be trapped in a burning building. FOLLOW THE BREAKING NEWS AND UPDATE YOU AS SOON AS WE FIND OUT NEW INFORMATION.

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Dog reunited with owner after 10 months

DOG NAMED BUSTER RAN AWAY FROM THE HOME. OWNER LEARNED TODAY THAT BUCK WHEAT WAS ONE OF THE 50 DOG FOUND YESTERDAY CAGED IN A MURRAY HILL HOME BELONGING TO AUDREY BIRCH.

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The Florida Times-Union

Jacksonville athletic association seeks community support to fix park vandalism

The Fort Caroline Athletic Association will hold a fundraiser Friday night to finance repairs at the association's vandalized building at Ed Austin Regional Park. On Aug. 29, windows were broken, trophies were stolen or damaged and two fire extinguishers were set off in the boardroom, leaving thousands of dollars worth of overall damage, according to a news release from the association.

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The Florida Times-Union

Law & Order: Inmate, 78, dies; found unresponsive in cell in Duval County jail

11, 2014, during a routine check of his Jacksonville jail cell and was later pronounced dead after CPR efforts and taking him to a hospital. He was incarcerated on June 12, 2014, for violation of probation on a lewd and lascivious molestation.

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The Florida Times-Union

Call Box: Kernan Blvd. project getting fast-tracked by JTA

Provided by Debbie Delgado A reader says this private drive-through behind a strip of fast-food restaurants on Powers Avenue is riddled with potholes. Dear Call Box: We live off of Kernan Boulevard, and I was just wondering if the city was planning on expanding the north part of Kernan north of Atlantic.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

News 4 Jax

Did your child's day care pass inspection?

News4Jax is beginning a new investigative segment reviewing inspection reports from the Department of Children and Families and alerting you to violations among day cares. "We owe it to the children of the state to make sure they are safe at these facilities," Harrell said.

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