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No doubt you've seen the news releases and articles regarding the critical lack of funding for civil legal services for the poor in our community.
A homeless man has been convicted of fatally stabbing another homeless man in Jacksonville.
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A man with a knife who barricaded himself in a Jacksonville motel Thursday night over an unpaid bill was arrested early Friday after an overnight SWAT team standoff, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland holds up a provisional ballot for a closer look Wednesday, a day after two local races were too close to name a winner.
A man, accused of attempted robbery, was taken into custody after he led police on a high-speed chase from St. Johns County to Duval County, according to the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.
A workshop on "Pressure Canning Class - Green Beans" will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday Sept.
Citizens Property Insurance proposes decrease in rates TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Relief for some Florida residents.
Is Duval County experiencing a housing boom? JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- There's something growing all over Jacksonville.
Bass, 51, of Jacksonville has been a General Magistrate and Hearing Officer in the Fourth Judicial Circuit since 2003.
Whenever real progress has been made in attacking decay across our community, and plenty has been, it's been because of strong alliances between city officials, agencies, departments and actively engaged residents and neighborhoods.
Congressmen Ander Crenshaw and Ted Yoho, along with state Sen. John Thrasher and state Rep. Charles McBurney, easily dispatched Republican challengers in Tuesday's primary, but only three votes separate two challengers for an open House seat.
Voters stayed home in droves Tuesday as party primary contests around Northeast Florida were decided more by early or mailed-in ballots than people walking up on Election Day to cast their vote.
State Senator Audrey Gibson has been named 2014 "Senator of the Year" by PACE Center for Girls, Jacksonville.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 02:54 pm
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