‘Have you done 1 thing?’: Family of postal worker killed in dog attack wants accountability

The family of a Putnam County mail carrier killed in a dog attack is pushing for accountability, now bringing their concerns to federal and local officials.

Clay County Fair opens with new food, rides, same family fun

The sights, sounds and smells of the Clay County Agricultural Fair are an annual tradition in Green Cove Springs -- and so is seeing Richard Nunn cut the ribbon on Opening Day.

How is Duval County’s half-cent tax being used for security, safety at schools amid recent deadly shooting?

After Monday’s devastating attack at a Christian school in Nashville, News4JAX is looking at how Duval County schools have been working to bolster safety and security at its schools.

Former News4JAX investigative reporter Michael Dillin dies following battle with cancer

Michael Dillin, a former investigative reporter here at WJXT, has died after a battle with cancer. Dillin was 70 years old.

Man cleared in deadly St. Augustine shooting convicted of carrying a firearm into prohibited place

The man who was facing a charge for carrying a firearm into a prohibited place after a manslaughter charge was dismissed in 2022 received the maximum sentence Thursday morning.

‘You just have to try to find the faith’: Parents of Tristyn Bailey work to find purpose, make a difference in the face of tragedy

Chronicling their heartbreak, pain and strength, the parents of Tristyn Bailey gave their first sit-down interview on Thursday to talk about losing their 13-year-old daughter and pushing forward with her legacy.

Plastic police: Jacksonville to begin inspecting recycling bins to make sure items can be recycled

In May, Jacksonville will start inspecting some recycle bins to make sure items placed inside are able to be recycled.

2 students charged after gun brought to Oakleaf High, police chief says

Four students were involved in a gun-in-school incident Wednesday at Oakleaf High School, and two of them are now facing a felony charge, Clay County District Schools Police Chief Kenneth Wagner said.

March is deadliest month for drivers, data shows

New data shows that March is the deadliest month to drive in the Sunshine State, and Jacksonville tops the list of deadly crashes statewide.

JSO investigating shooting that killed 1 man in Northwest Jacksonville

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Thursday morning shooting in Northwest Jacksonville.

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