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Teen known online as ‘King Bob’ is member of prolific ‘Scattered Spider’ cybercriminal gang, FBI says

A Flagler County teenager known online as “King Bob” is set to face a federal judge Wednesday afternoon in Jacksonville on charges related to an elaborate cryptocurrency scheme.

Latest draft of ‘Stadium of the Future’ deal says city could get money back if Jaguars move within 14 years of upgrades

Documents were made public on Thursday that spell out in writing how the city could spend $775 million on a deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars to help renovate EverBank Field and turn it into the “Stadium of the Future.”

Georgia brothers arrested in fatal shooting of Jacksonville man at Ginnie Springs over parking spot: GCSO

The investigation into two separate shootings at Ginnie Springs over the Memorial Day weekend details what caused a weekend of celebration to end in gunfire.

Sexual assault lawsuit against former Jags kicker says flight attendants feared ‘for their safety’

Former Jacksonville Jaguars kicker Brandon McManus has been accused of sexually assaulting two women during the team’s flight to London last year, according to a lawsuit obtained by News4JAX.

12-year-old among 15 arrested by Jacksonville Beach Police during busy Memorial Day weekend

A 12-year-old was among 15 arrests made by the Jacksonville Beach Police Department over a busy Memorial Day Weekend.

‘You can have her’: Mother tries to sell 10-year-old daughter for $5, $20 in downtown Jacksonville

A 32-year-old mother was arrested on third-degree felonies after the Jacksonville Sheirff’s Office received several reports about the mother allegedly trying to sell her 10-year-old daughter in downtown Jacksonville.

Panelists discuss the future of public education as DCPS faces looming issues

As the future of public education in Jacksonville will likely look different over the next couple of years, the Jacksonville Public Education Fund gave people an opportunity to hear from panelists.

Prescription predicament: Fallout from drug shortages

Millions of people in the U.S. depend on prescription drugs to manage pain, treat medical conditions, and even to help them stay alive. But the country’s drug shortage is making it hard for some people to get the medication they need or pay for the drugs that are available.

Tom’s Top 10: The biggest stories the longtime News4JAX anchor covered over the last 49 years

Tom Wills shares the most memorable news stories he's covered as the longtime lead anchor for WJXT - Channel 4.

St. Johns County school board decides not to remove Slaughterhouse-Five, 3 other books from high school shelves

The school board ultimately decided not to pull the books from shelves but instead, further restrict them to higher grade levels.

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