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Jacksonville (Duval, Florida)

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  • Head of Florida's sex predator program resigns

    Head of Florida's sex predator program resigns
    The state administrator in charge of identifying sex predators who are too dangerous for society resigned Thursday, a day after the Sun Sentinel raised questions about his views and record. Under Dan Montaldi's leadership, the number of potential...
  • Four $1M Powerball winners in Florida, including one in Fort Lauderdale

    Wednesday night's $448.4 million Powerball jackpot spread its wealth into Florida,  awarding four players with $1 million each. The  winning Quick Pick tickets were sold at: 7-Eleven, 51 Harbor Drive in Key Biscayne; Circle K, 4500 East Olive Road in...
  • Hotel flash sales still prevalent, travel specialists say

    Hotel flash sales still prevalent, travel specialists say
    Even in an improving economy, hoteliers in South Florida still see "flash sales'' that offer limited-run discounted room rates as a viable way to drum up business during slow periods. Budget-minded consumers have come to expect them, and typically...
  • FloriDUH: Anybody missing a big yellow school bus?

    FloriDUH: Anybody missing a big yellow school bus?
    The notion of owning a thriving business with low overhead must hit some folks like a big yellow school bus. But it now looks like it could be the end of the line for this coach operator after investigators reportedly put a spoke in his wheels....
  • Kaley Doyle: Palm Beach girls All-county Runner of the Year

    Kaley Doyle: Palm Beach girls All-county Runner of the Year
    Kaley Doyle saved the best for last. The Park Vista senior clocked the fastest time of her career at the state championships in Tallahassee that cemented her selection as the 2013 Girls Runner of the Year. Doyle's time of 19:07.11 at the state meet's...
  • 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...
  • South Florida's grocery shopping options increase in 2014

    South Florida's grocery shopping options increase in 2014
    Coming soon to a corner near you: at least one new grocery store. There's a lot of excitement over the long-awaited arrival of Trader Joe's in 2014, but several other stores are bracing for a fight over your grocery dollars. South Florida residents...
  • After Metra cancels trains, more woes expected Tuesday

    After Metra cancels trains, more woes expected Tuesday
    If Monday weren’t enough of an arctic adventure for Chicago area commuters, Tuesday has the potential for more of the same double-digit, subzero temperatures that threaten to wreak havoc with morning travel. After a day marred by delays on every...
  • 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...
  • Broward and Palm boast top boys basketball teams in state in 7A and 5A

    Broward and Palm Beach counties rule the state rankings in Class 7A and 5A in boys basketball. The latest Florida Association of Basketball Coaches-Source Hoops boys state polls were released Tuesday, and Broward and Palm boast four of the top six teams...
  • Nationwide vigil for Trayvon Martin set for Saturday

    Nationwide vigil for Trayvon Martin set for Saturday
    A week to the day George Zimmerman was acquitted of second degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, thousands are expected to gather at federal buildings in 100 cities across the country for a Saturday vigil that will renew calls for a...
  • Angela Whitaker Todd, 40

    Angela Whitaker Todd, 40
    Angela Whitaker Todd, 40, of Eubank, passed away Friday May 24, at her residence. Born Oct. 27, 1972, in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Angela was a daughter of Rick  (Linda) Whitaker of Somerset, and Debra Hall Mobley of Jacksonville, Fla. She was a former...