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Lenny Curry, Escambia County Jail, and Jameis Winston are in the headlines today.

Morette Company

Two inmates are dead and between 100 and 150 others are injured following a gas explosion at Escambia County's central booking and detention facility in Pensacola late Wednesday night.

Jeff Huffman

A complex of thunderstorms stalled and dumped unrelenting rain over the western side of the panhandle overnight, totaling up to 20 inches in some spots. The flooding was the most severe near Pensacola, where dozens of roads were closed and cars submerged.

Jeff Huffman

A significant rain event with a low-end risk for severe weather is likely in North Florida on Friday and Friday night.

Jeff Huffman

Some local waterways could be inundated this week following today's rain.

Patrick Donges / WJCT

Expect heavy rain and a thunderstorm or two as a low pressure system moves across the Jacksonville area today.

Pension reform, University of Florida, and tourism are in the headlines today.

National Weather Service Jacksonville

The National Weather Service in Jacksonville has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 2 p.m. Friday for Northeast Florida, Southeast Georgia and the adjacent coastal waters.

A strong cold front will push across the region today with widespread showers and scattered thunderstorms. We may see strong to severe winds with damaging wind gusts possible.

Michael Dunn, sex trafficking, and Obamacare are in the headlines today.

Michael Dunn, Kelly Mathis, and pension reform are in the headlines today.

Jeff Huffman

The same storm that is delivering "crippling" amounts of ice and snow just to our north, could bring a round of strong thunderstorms to parts of the state this evening.

Michael Dunn, Jimmy Ryce, and Kelly Mathis are in the headlines today.

Michael Dunn, human trafficking, and flight delays are in the headlines today.

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

While the rest of the country looks to famed groundhog Punxsutawney Phil this Sunday, the First Coast will be keeping a weather eye (so to speak) on Penelope, the hedgehog.

Met Park, the Florida governor's race, and juvenile justice are in the headlines today.

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