1 hr ago | WTLV
A home intruder was killed early Thursday morning after allegedly breaking into a home and getting shot by Donald Palmer, 23, who lives at the residence with his mother.
4 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union
A contingent of the Navarre Beach Fire Department plans to drive six hours from Northwest Florida to Jacksonville to attend Saturday's funeral of one of their own.
4 hrs ago | Business Journal
Gate Petroleum Co. has bought a large tract of land along St. Johns Bluff Rd for almost $5 million, according to a deed recorded with the Duval County Clerk of Courts.
6 hrs ago | WTLV
"I had just left the house and as soon as I left, this happened. It could have been me at home," she said.
10 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union
In this Thursday, January 17, 2013 file photo, food trucks and elephants come together for "Trunks and Truckies," an event promoting the Ringling Bros.
12 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union
An unidentified man is being treated Thursday at a hospital after a confrontation on Dodge Road and West 44th Street ended with him shot in the face, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
12 hrs ago | Folio Weekly
Our mouth's are watering & after reading this restaurant review, you'll have no choice but to try out Simply Sara's. t.co/AQyterCJdQ Retweet this Ahhh! Dinosaurs have been spotted roaming Jax ... just kidding! But see if you were, at DinoTrek this weekend.
16 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Friday May 25, 2013 Professor Whiskey's Traveling Bizarre Bazaar takes the stage at the Atticus Bar at 325 W Forsyth Street.
A Jacksonville man says he may sue the city if he doesn't get answers after he says he was the victim of police brutality.
A Navy man is now charged with murder in the killing of his girlfriend's 2-year-old son in 2010.
So far this year, a company called Redflex has installed 17 of the cameras at some of the city's most dangerous junctions.
A man was charged Monday with murder in the 2010 death of his girlfriend's two-year-old son, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville history is being bulldozed -- that's the fear for a handful of old homes, some with ties to important African-American figures.
Five years ago this spring, a Jacksonville Children's Commission task force, co-chaired by former sheriff Nat Glover and community volunteer extraordinaire Pam Paul, identified New Town, an impoverished neighborhood adjacent to Edward Waters College, to attempt its comprehensive turn around.
The owners of popular Orlando-based Hawkers Asian Street Fare appear to be planning to bring their two-year-old concept to Jacksonville's Five Points.
One of several "I will" statements hangs on a bulletin board at the JAX2025 pep rally May 18 at EverBank Field's Touchdown Club.
Another day -- Wed. -- of local storms but earlier in the day & more numerous as we had a good deal of morning sun as well as an upper level disturbance in the area.