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A Florida man convicted of attempted murder in a confrontation over loud music won't be sentenced until after his retrial on a murder charge.
A Duval County jury found 68-year-old Michael Wolfe Morris guilty Thursday of first-degree murder.
The Clay County Soil and Water Conservation District celebrated Arbor Day with students from McRae and Keystone Heights elementary schools.
Jacksonville Solid Waste Division is hosting a free household hazardous waste and electronic waste collection event at Blue Cypress Park in Arlington this Saturday.
COMPANY] YOU KNOW IT'S CONVENIENT, CASH AT AN A.T.M. BUT THIEVES KNOW IT, TOO. THAT'S THE MESSAGE IN THIS AD IN THE NEWSPAPER.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- Duval County superintendent Dr. Nicolai Vitti's plan to allow parents to choose their students' school regardless of where they live faced some criticism from the school board on Thursday Corine Hooks, a local mother of two boys, is excited to potentially have the chance to choose where her sons go to school.
VIDEO: Mayor Alvin Brown brought some of Florida's female veterans together to recognize their service by dedicating a week of celebration in their honor.
Parents in Duval County may soon be able to freely pick their child's public school for the next school year, regardless of neighborhood or school feeder pattern, thanks to a new proposal by Superintendent Nikolai Vitti to open enrollment for all Duval's public schools.
HELP ALLEVIATE OR DETER THAT SITUATION. AN OPTION TO ARM SCHOOL EMPLOYEES, A MOVE TO OPEN EVERY JACKSONVILLE SCHOOL TO EVERY JACKSONVILLE STUDENT, THESE ARE GROUND BREAKING PROPOSALS.
The 2014 Florida Blue Duval County Teacher of the Year was announced Wednesday evening at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts.
Franklin Police say they have arrested a Westhaven man they believe committed 10 vehicle burglaries and a home burglary inside the Franklin subdivision back in January.
Fearing higher water and sewer rates for their constituents, Nassau County Commission members say they are against a portion of Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown's pension-reform plan that calls on using JEA's financial might to help solve the city's pension woes.
Fourth-grade teacher Christopher Bacca leads a weekly writing camp at Windy Hill Elementary School in this October 2011 Times-Union photo.
Church's Chicken is building a restaurant at 1855 Dunn Ave. in North Jacksonville.
More Florida children are entering kindergarten ready to learn, indicating early learning centers offering the state's Voluntary Prekindergarten program deserve much of the credit.