First Coast

News impacting Duval, Baker, Nassau, St. Johns and Clay counties.

Morgan and Morgan via YouTube

Well known attorney John Morgan is being cagey about a possible political future.

Ryan Benk / WJCT News

As the U.S. Senate debates the merits of a sweeping tax code overhaul, a group of Jacksonville clergy is urging Florida’s senators to vote it down later this week.


Here’s a fun twist on the holiday season.

Ryan Benk / WJCT News

World AIDS Day is Friday, but the City of Jacksonville is dedicating the whole week to awareness, beginning Monday with the unfurling of parts of the AIDS Memorial quilt.

Provided by The Dalton Agency

The Southbank will be the site for Jacksonville’s first AC Hotel by Marriott.

 I-95/Overland Bridge project

Overnight motorists going north on I-95 should expect some delays Monday and Tuesday nights.

Police: Remains Found In Neptune Beach Are Missing Grandmother

Nov 27, 2017
Logan Mott (left) and Kristina French
Via News4Jax

The remains of a woman found buried in a Neptune Beach backyard last week have been positively identified as missing grandmother Kristina French.

Anthony M. Inswasty / Wikimedia Commons

Driving around in search of deals and discounts this weekend can use up a lot of gas.

But the simple act of filling up at the pump can make even the most astute among us a sitting duck for a crook with an illegal card skimmer. 

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

St. Augustine Beach’s Pope Road beach access point will be closed on Nov. 27 due to a beach renourishment project.

Connor Tarter / Flickr Creative Commons

Floridians are more open to reforming the state’s criminal justice system than ever, according to a new poll.

Even once-reliable tough on crime voting blocs are turning the corner.


The Florida Department of Transportation is getting ready to start a big resurfacing project in January.

Fla. Crime Down In First Half Of 2017; Jacksonville On Track For Most Homicides Since 2008

Nov 22, 2017
Tex Texin / Flickr Commons

Crime fell across Florida in the first half of 2017, according to the Semi-Annual Uniform Crime Report from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, although the rate varies widely between individual counties.

Kyung Chang / Wikimedia Commons

A 24-year-old Jacksonville man faces a possible 20 years in federal prison and a lifetime of supervision for allegedly downloading and distributing videos of child sex abuse.

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

Everyone at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens has something extra special to be thankful for this Thanksgiving week.

Jacksonville flooding
Robert Torbert

It’s crunch-time for the Federal Emergency Management Agency as Floridians impacted by Hurricane Irma scramble to meet this Friday’s deadline to register for disaster relief.