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A special operations team and other Fire Rescue crews were called about 5:15 p.m. to the BB&T building on West Forsyth Street.

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A Jacksonville father is searching for answers about his son’s death this month in Macclenny.

Dominic Broadus is inviting the Baker County community to discuss the mysterious shooting and share any tips they might have at a town hall Tuesday.

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University of North Florida

The public is invited to the University of North Florida in Jacksonville Tuesday to give input on possible changes to the state’s constitution.

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Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams is asking for help identifying the Sunday night shooter of 7-year-old Tashawn Gallon.  

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Jacksonville Jaguars fans will still be taking it to the bank this fall, just not EverBank.

Business Brief: The Case For 'Economic Inclusion'

Feb 19, 2018
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Movements are having a moment. From #MeToo to Black Lives Matter and Dreamers, minorities and women are demanding inclusion.

As Kelsi Hasden with Modern Cities said, one area where these groups have been historically excluded is at work, and that has economic consequences far beyond office walls.

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott called on FBI Director Christopher Wray to resign Friday in the wake of a stunning disclosure that the bureau mishandled a January tip about the Parkland school shooting suspect's plans to carry out an attack.

Florida Senate Panel To Take Up School Guns Proposal

Feb 16, 2018
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Designated people would be allowed to carry concealed firearms on school grounds under a bill added to the agenda of a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting next week.

After this week’s mass school shooting in South Florida the debate is growing over how the state treats guns and pays for mental health services.

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Following an investigation, city lawyers said the mayor’s chief of staff didn’t violate any laws, after a Jacksonville City Hall employee this week formally accused him of creating a hostile work environment.

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Jacksonville University

Jacksonville University on Thursday announced a new fellowship program aimed at creating the city’s next African-American leaders.

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A proposal that would allow some concealed-weapons license applications to be approved when background checks have not been completed was put on hold Thursday because of the deadly high-school shooting in Broward County.

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A 17-year-old charter school student was shot several times Thursday afternoon while walking on Lansdowne Drive in Arlington, according to Duval County School Board police.

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Downtown Jacksonville is getting more help with its panhandlers and homeless community thanks to a new outreach specialist.

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North Florida Democratic Congressman Al Lawson wants Jacksonville to be nationally recognized as the birthplace of Civil Rights activist and songwriter James Weldon Johnson.

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