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1114 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250 Directions
The Beaches Kiwanis Club, in support of its mission to serve children and families in the community, is sponsoring theBUG Bring Up Grades programat MayportElementary Coastal Sciences Academy.
Jacksonville Beach Mayor Lenny Curry joined Beaches mayors and representatives Jan. 30 in South Jacksonville Beach to announce the completion of the Beaches re-nourishment project.
The Rotary Club of Oceanside-Jacksonville renewed its commitment to BEAMs Single Parent Program with a $2,500 donation.
The annual open house at Fantasy Farms Animal Preserve, a non-profit 501c3 on Roscoe Boulevard, hosted about 250 friends recently.
The Rotary Club of Jacksonville-Oceanside continued its tradition of volunteering at Beaches Community Kitchen on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
100 Festival Park Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32202 Directions
Remarkably little is known about the fundamentals of how a woman carries a baby inside her. Two Columbia University researchers aim to change that, to reduce the number of kids born too soon.The post Scientific Duo Gets Back To Basics To Make Childbirth Safer appeared first on WJCT.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections will finally get a look at what evidence of election fraud investigators have uncovered in the states 9th Congressional District.The post North Carolina To Decide As Early As Monday If New House Election Is Needed appeared first on WJCT.
The president is prepared to veto any congressional resolutions of disapproval on his declaration of a national emergency over border security, White House adviser Stephen Miller says.The post Trump Will Protect Emergency Declaration If Congress Disapproves, Miller Says appeared first on WJCT.
The former acting director of the bureau also tells NPR that he and Justice Department leaders were so rattled following the dismissal of James Comey they struggled with how to respond.The post Andrew McCabe, Ex-FBI Deputy, Describes Remarkable Number Of Trump-Russia Contacts appeared first on WJCT.
Bennett College, a historically black womens college, could lose accreditation due to financial instability. President Phyllis Worthy Dawkins tells NPRs Michel Martin how the school raised millions.The post Facing Loss Of Accreditation Over Finances, Womens HBCU Raises Millions appeared first on WJCT.
4 Broadcast Pl
Jacksonville, FL 32207 Directions
A man is recovering in the hospital Monday after police say he was shot by at least three men as they tried to carjack him in his Westside neighborhood.The incident happened around 9:30 p.m. Sunday in the Amandas Crossing neighborhood just off Collins Road near Interstate 295.According to the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office, the man was working on his car in his driveway when at least three guys approached him and tried to take his car. Police said during that carjacking, the man tried to pull one of the suspects out of his car. Thats when investigators said another man shot him in the lower back from behind.The suspects did not take the mans car, JSO said. Instead, they drove off in a mini-van before ditchingn it. Officers later determined that the van was also stolen.News4Jax looked into the crime in this neighborhood with JSOs crime mapping tool online. It found that in the last six months, within a half mile of this address, there have been: 43 thefts 11 assaults 10 car break-ins/ thefts 2 robberies 1 burglary The man was taken to the hospital and he is expected to be okay. Anyone with information is asked to call police.
An overnight crash in Arlington caused a power outage in the area Monday.All lanes of University Boulevard, between Lake Lucina and Merrill Road were blocked by the crash where a power pole was almost split in half. More than 1,300 customers were without power after the wreck, according to JEA. They said the crash also impacted water and sewage in the area. JEA removed the damaged power pole. Right now, 1,300 JEA customers are still without power. wjxt4 pic.twitter.com/yq1qkDEweo-- Jennifer Ready JenniferReadyTV February 18, 2019 While no one was injured in the single-car crash, officers with the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office said the road would be closed for several hours. They expect to reopen the road later in the morning, around 9 a.m. or 10 a.m. Drivers can use Cesery Blvd. as alternate route.
A local man is one of 12 people in the world who was chosen to take part in a clinical trial to help treat an extremely rare disease.The outcome could be life-changing.Randy Clark, better known as Bubba D, is always smiling, laughing and singing. Judging by his character, youd never know the challenges he faces every day.The 20-year-old took his first plane ride a few weeks ago, setting off for California. Now hes going to be taking trips back and forth for the next six months as he takes part in a clinical trial to treat something hes been dealing with for years: Niemann-Pick disease.Around age 13, Clark started showing symptoms. It took doctors almost seven years to diagnose him.His primary doctors didnt even know about the disease -- never heard about it before, said Amanda Clark, Randy Clarks sister.Niemann-Pick disease is an extremely rare, degenerative disease that affects one in every 150,000 people. Symptoms include tremors, clumsiness and difficulty swallowing, speaking, walking and moving the eyes. So far, Randy Clark has had one infusion of the drug thats supposed to help improve his quality of life.We noticed with the first infusion, his speech was better, said Carol Clark, Randy Clarks mother. He had a really difficult time talking. He had been aspirating a lot. We hadnt seen any of that since the first infusion, so that is promising.The hardest part of it all is being away from his family. Clark is getting back into town Feb. 28.A benefit is planned in his honor at Daltons Sports Grill in Middleburg. Its set for Sunday, March 3 from noon to 6 p.m.
Four people died in six shootings this weekend in Jacksonville, and the homicide unit even had to call in extra officers.Some people said Sunday theyre hopeless and frustrated by the violent situation.I think its terrible, said Raymond Perry, who lives in Jacksonville. Its much too much shooting going on in Jacksonville -- too much killing.The latest shooting took place at a home on West First Street, near Woodstock, which is where police found a man and a woman shot. The man died and the woman is hospitalized, in critical condition, according to the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office.Yeah, it bothers me but its nothing we can do, said one woman who lives in the neighborhood, who didnt feel safe using her name or showing her face on TV.Also Sunday, a man was shot at the Lexington Hotel on Prudential Drive before 5 a.m. Hes in serious condition.A man was also shot on Hogan Road at the Park Place Beach Apartments.And in one of the incidents on the westside Saturday, a woman was shot outside a home on Rusty Lakes Lane. Natosha Bailey, 46, made her first court appearance Sunday morning in connection with the death of 41-year-old Sitoria Davis.Id just like to say, yall -- please, if yall listening, please change your minds, your ways, your habits and your understanding of life, Perry said.Also this weekend, a man was shot in a drive-by on Ken Knight Drive, and two people were shot at a barbershop on Matthews Street, one of whom died.As for what can be done, many city leaders are speaking out, saying they have the answers, but theyre also encouraging those who know something about any of the crimes to break the code of silence. RIGHT NOW:JSO is looking for suspects and possible vehicle pictured below used in the murder of Ronald Jenkins.Jenkins was killed on Ken Knight Drive yesterday. Please call FCCrimeStop if you know who may be responsible for the murder. wjxt4 pic.twitter.com/fKiZmQwi4e-- Destiny McKeiver WJXTDestiny February 18, 2019
If you own a Vizio TV you could be owed some money. The company has agreed to pay $17 million to end a class-action lawsuit. Although it does not admit fault, the electronics manufacturer was accused of not telling people their viewing habits would be tracked and shared with third parties as a way to target advertisements. To qualify, you must have purchased a Vizio smart TV and had it connected to the internet between February 1, 2014, and February 6, 2017. You do not need to provide a receipt, but you must submit a claim form no later than April 29. Then, you could get up to $31. Click here for more information on the lawsuit.
WJXX-TV 25 - ABC and WTLV-TV 12 - NBC
1070 E Adams St
Jacksonville, FL 32202 Directions
Officers learned that the victim had been performing maintenance on his vehicle in front of his home when he was approached by three or four men who he says attempted to carjack him.
JSO says that the crash happened overnight when a vehicle hit a power pole causing damage and outages in the Lake Lucina neighborhood.
In the first 48 days of 2019, the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office has confirmed 21 murders in the city.
Denim Jorey Williams, 14, was shot in the chest Thursday and was pronounced dead at a hospital Friday morning
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