A Duval County teacher is suspended without pay after students allegedly flashed their breasts and twerked in his classroom. Full Story »
On Monday, September 11, 2017 an unknown male suspect became involved in a physical altercation with a 66 year old female victim at Texaco located at 7148 Philips Highway. The suspect punched the victim in the face and she fell to the ground. The victim sustained a serious head injury and is now in critical condition. Full Story »
Meanwhile at a Jacksonville Jaguars game…
Two men were arrested in Jacksonville for trying to steal a power utility pole after Hurricane Irma. Full Story »
Just in case you’re interested, here’s the original link:
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hello ladys single man here looking for any single women needing a place to stay in Jacksonville to ride out the hericane i live alone but hate to sleep alone its more fun to cuddle hold someone i dont smoke drink or do drugs but 420 friendly.i have a clean home with room to spare im white 5 8 160 blue eyes and lonely ive always wanted to be with 2 women at once so we can work something out lol you must respond with picture and tell me what you want to do or looking for if youre looking for something long term with a good man 50 dont look it or act it lol no picture no reply i like younger women age is just a number if you send a phone nuber with your picture ill call you not text call if i cant talk to you im not interested plain and simple too old for games
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For the first time in state history, Florida is expecting to execute a white man Thursday for killing a black person — and it plans to do so with the help of a drug that has never been used before in any U.S. execution.
Barring a stay, Mark Asay, 53, is scheduled to die by lethal injection after 6 p.m. Asay was convicted by a jury of two racially motivated, premeditated murders in Jacksonville in 1987. Full Story »
A Southside Jacksonville man says a pack of coyotes attacked two of his donkeys on Friday.
Donald Hart says this is a coyote injured one of the donkeys so badly, it had to be put down.
The other donkey was also badly injured and is still roaming around scared. They want to capture her and take her to safety.
A trail of paw prints are from the animal that injured the donkey, according to the owner. Full Story »
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Spotted in Jacksonville, FL at Butler Blvd. Full Story »
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – Jaxon Social tried to cover up a health inspector’s sign temporarily shutting the restaurant down, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation confirms.
The Jacksonville Beach restaurant has been shut down because of a roach infestation since July 18.
A former employee sent Action News Jax a photo showing a handwritten sign covering up the orange one left on the door by inspectors.
The handwritten sign said “Closed for technical difficulties.” Full Story »