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Jacksonville (Duval, Florida)

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  • Week 5 high school football scores

    Week 5 high school football scores
    Friday's games Super 16 No. 1 Apopka 49, Freedom 0 - F Merritt Island 21, No. 2 Oviedo 3 - F No. 3 Dr. Phillips 51, No. 13 Orlando University 14 - F No. 4 West Orange 43, Jones 0 - F Plantation American Heritage 6, No. 5 Daytona Beach Mainland 0 -...
  • Friday Morning Reads: Obamacare, whales and voters

    TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Friday. Here's what we're reading this morning.     * Sun Sentinel reports that Florida's unemployment claim system will be shut down next week for an overhaul.   * Orlando Sentinel writes about the...
  • Orlando in the top 50 best cities to start a new business

    Orlando in the top 50 best cities to start a new business
    Orlando ranks in the top 50 in a new ranking of the best cities to start a new business, while Jacksonville holds the top spot on the list.  In the recent study from WalletHub.com, Orlando ranks 37th out of the 150 most populated U.S. cities. The...
  • John Rivers: 4 Rivers Smokehouse and The Coop

    John Rivers: 4 Rivers Smokehouse and The Coop
    John Rivers' life has been fueled by family, faith and food. For years the Jacksonville native and former health-care executive dreamed of opening a Texas-style barbecue restaurant. And in 2004, with a plan built on prayer, Rivers took the leap and...
  • Where are the most pleasant cities in Florida?

    Where are the most pleasant cities in Florida?
    "Florida's just being a jerk now." At least that's one social media statement making the Internet rounds accompanied with a temperature map showing one giant frigid, blue country, except of course for the balmy yellow- and orange-colored Sunshine State....
  • Mathematical day alert: It's 11-12-13 today

    Mathematical day alert: It's 11-12-13 today
    It's not Pi Day, but it's 11-12-13. That's got to count for something. We only get one more of these, people. That would be 12-13-14 next year. After that, it's all downhill. And in some ways, we've already crested since last year on Dec. 12, 2012...
  • Florida mistakenly labels man as sex offender

    Florida mistakenly labels man as sex offender
    Andrew Flaherty spent five months with a state-issued Florida ID that labeled him as a sex offender, even though he had never been accused or convicted of such a crime. Originally from Louisiana, Flaherty received the ID in Jacksonville after becoming a...
  • Snowy owl makes rare Florida visit

    Snowy owl makes rare Florida visit
    A female snowy owl strayed from its usual territory in the Arctic to visit Florida, making it the third bird of its kind to ever be spotted in the Sunshine State, The Florida Times-Union reports. Visitors have been flocking to Little Talbot Island...
  • Murder trial opens in Florida shooting over loud music

    Murder trial opens in Florida shooting over loud music
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb 3 (Reuters) - A Florida murder trial, stemming from an argument over loud music at a gas station that ended in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager, opens on Monday, reviving a debate over the state's gun control and...
  • The story of Marissa Alexander: When justice is blind, deaf and dumb

    Add this to the ever-expanding list of ludicrous decisions, ridiculous incidents and moments that defy the most basic elements of common sense. Marissa Alexander, a 33-year-old Florida woman accused of firing what she called a warning shot at her...
  • Should 'stand your ground' change? Dunn case revives Zimmerman debate

    Should 'stand your ground' change? Dunn case revives Zimmerman debate
    Two years after Trayvon Martin's death, Florida's "stand your ground" law remains a flash point in a still unsettled national debate over the limits of self-defense. After a Jacksonville jury this month failed to decide whether Michael Dunn murdered 17-...
  • Jeremy Pruitt tells Seminoles commit Blake McClain, 'FSU is place for you'

    Jeremy Pruitt tells Seminoles commit Blake McClain, 'FSU is place for you'
    Jeremy Pruitt might have a black mark beside his name for some Florida State fans after the defensive coordinator left the Seminoles on Tuesday for a similar position at Georgia. That's not the case for 2014 FSU commit Blake McClain, a defensive end...