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An Atlantic Beach woman is giving back to the community by helping struggling families for Easter.
When you are on a boat, its hard to imagine boundaries. The sea is the sea. Wave after wave, it all looks the same. Above-water landmarks are few and far between.
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Fifth grade student Erin Perkins smashes a pie in the face of fourth-grade teacher Kevin Nottingham at Seabreeze Elementary.
Longtime Beaches resident Jean H. McComick died Saturday. She founded the Beaches Area Historical Society.
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A contrast agent doesnt make you feel better or treat whats ailing you. But by making CT scans clearer, contrast might be crucial in helping your doctor make the right diagnosis. The post Are The Risks Of Drugs That Enhance Imaging Tests Overblown appeared first on WJCT.
The Democratic National Committee wants to avoid a crush of candidates in TV debates during the presidential primaries. So it set a qualifying threshold: 65,000 donors spread across 20 states.The post Small Donors Hold The Key To Campaign Buzz And The Democrats Debate Stage appeared first on WJCT.
Democrats have long said the results of the special counsels investigation into the Russian attack on the 2016 presidential election should be fully transparent. Now, some Republicans say they agree.The post Attorney General Barr Faces Bipartisan Pressure To Make Mueller Report Public appeared first on WJCT.
Law enforcement officials, prosecutors and members of Congress are expected to keep up inquiries into the presidents campaign, inauguration, business and other topics.The post The Mueller Report Is Done, But Investigations Related To Trump Will Go On appeared first on WJCT.
A jury of seven men and five women, including three black jurors, found the former officer not guilty of murder in a racially charged case.The post Jury Acquits White Former Police Officer In Fatal Shooting Of Unarmed Black Teen appeared first on WJCT.
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A private school Bible teacher and soccer coach went before a judge Saturday morning after being charged with having unlawful sexual activity with a minor. Aaron Zuniga, 28, was arrested at his Westside home Friday night and faced a judge as the charges against him were read in court Saturday.He faces two second-degree felony charges involving accusations he had sex with a student.The former Trinity Christian Academy teacher sat with head bowed down for his first court appearance.He lives in a neighborhood across the street from the school and neighbors said the accusations are disturbing because Zuniga has a wife and children.Hes a nice guy. I know who he is. I watched him walk his daughter. Its just weird to hear something like that. You wouldnt expect it around here, neighbor Matthew Gile said.The school notified teachers and parents on Thursday that a teacher had been fired for having an inappropriate relationship with a student. A former student said Zuniga was a well known Bible teacher and soccer coach, known as Mr. Z. He was popular amongst the kids. So everyone would kinda talk to him and usually hung out with him, former student James Baltz said.The school sent out a statement reading in part, We are deeply saddened by this situation because it is so far removed from the standards and values to which we hold our faculty and embrace as a school. The school also sent an email to parents offering care and support for the student and families affected.Zuniga is being held on $200,000 bond. His next court date is set for April 15.
People living in two Nassau County communities have reported several car burglaries recently. More than 20 cars were broken into within the past week.About 10 cars were burglarized in the Flora Parke community, and about a mile away, in the Heron Isles community, 12 cars were burglarized.All had one thing in common, the owners had forgotten to lock their car doors.You feel violated in your own home, own neighborhood and community, said one man who was victimized. He didnt want to release his name because this wasnt the first time this has happened to him.I got hit last year and I didnt lock it then either. So the moral of the story is lock your vehicle, turn your outside lights on and turn on your car alarms, he said.Brittany Palmer was upset to find she had been a victim of a theft in her Heron Isles neighborhood. She said there are some things that cant be replaced.Purse, wallet, Easter dress and little things, a ring from my mom from graduation, Palmer said.She said most of the cars hit in her neighborhood were near the entrance.Im normally so good about locking my car, but, I had my hands full with the baby and groceries and thought I hit the lock button but apparently not. I was an easy target for them, Palmer.Just another reason to make sure you lock your car before you go to sleep at night.There havent been any arrests in the car burglaries but deputies are trying to identify two boys seen on bikes rummaging through peoples cars.
The Jacksonville Sheriffs Office has confirmed the arrest of its first JSO employee of 2019. Rodney Bryant, a 5 and a half year veteran with JSO, was arrested Friday morning following a dispute with two women at Mascaras Nightclub, a gentlemans club on Southside Boulevard. JSO tells News4Jax, an argument started inside the club between Bryant, a woman he is dating and the womans friend. They drove off from the club as the argument continued. The women told police Bryant pulled over on the side of the road, retrieved a gun from the trunk of the car and pointed it at them.The womans friend called her sister for help and when she arrived she said Bryant also pointed the gun at her. No shots were fired and no one was injured. Hes has been charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Since he has been charged with a felony, he has been fired from the department. Harris worked in the departments DUI unit. Its protocol for JSO to not release the mug shot of a JSO employee, Last year, nine JSO employees were arrested.
Seven months after a Clay County motorcycle deputy was killed in an on-duty crash, hundreds of people gathered to help the Sheriffs Office raise money to send his family and an honor guard to Washington for a memorial.More than 200 bikers took to the streets in Orange Park on Saturday to honor Deputy Ben Zirbel and continue their fundraising mission.There was pomp and circumstance leading up to the motorcycle ride kickoff, including a few somber moments.The Clay County Sheriffs Office honor guard raised the flag and presented the colors in honor of Zirbel.Whenever the job needs to be done, he put effort into it and would always make sure things got taken care of for us on the honor guard, said Sgt. Matt Williams, with the honor guard. Photo gallery of fundraising rideFellow first responders and the Clay County community remembered Zirbel as a passionate motorcyclist.He loved to bike. He had got it in a wreck a couple of years ago. He was on light duty for a while. He would help me out in the office and work in a detective division, and he was determined that he will get back on the bike. He did, Williams said.But another crash last summer, unfortunately, took his life.When you hear the news of this and that he has the family, you would definitely think of your family and what they would go through. It definitely hits home. Its a very sad time. Still is, said Lt. John Taylor, with Clay County Fire Rescue.Hundreds of bikers gathered today in front of the Adamec Harley-Davidson in Orange Park for live entertainment, a silent auction and a raffle to raise funds for Zirbels family and motor unit.With the ride registration alone, organizers said theyve raised more than $6,000.To show up today was amazing. Very exciting day to be able to raise the money for people to go and see officers represented in Washington, D.C., Taylor said.Williams says its difficult to remember that three months before the crash, he was standing alongside Zirbel at a national service in Washington to remember fallen officers.Last year, we got to be part of the presentation for the president and vice president on national service on the Capitol lawn, Williams said. Ben and I stood next to each other, side by side, right as the president and vice president came in and out. Its quite an honor.We worked together for years, between working in the Special Victims Unit together, working in the honor guard as teammates, Williams said. He was a really good man. I miss him.If you are interested in supporting the family of Zirbel, as well as this mission to Washington, D.C., in May to unveil Zirbels name and end of watch date, 8/21/2018, on the National Memorial Wall, you can donate online.
The Jacksonville Sheriffs Traffic Homicide is investigating a deadly crash involving a pedestrian on the Westside. It happened on Lenox Avenue Saturday night. The driver of a pick up truck hit a man. The driver remained on scene and called police. Traffic Homicide arrived and pronounced the man dead at the scene. The driver is cooperating with authorities, according to the sheriffs office.It is still too early to tell if any charges will be filed.
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Jacksonville, FL 32202 Directions
JSO said the incident started when JSO Officer Rodney Bryant got into a dispute at the Mascara nightclub.
The incident happened in the 7700 block of Lenox Avenue.
Temperatures climb to near 80 degrees by Monday before a weak front drops by and helps set up a strong noreaster by midweek.
The fire is in the area of McCloskey Avenue and US Highway 441, FHP said.
The aurora could be visible low on the horizon as far south as Annapolis
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