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UF Health Jacksonville shouldn't worry yet about loss of LIP, lawmakers say
Florida
TALLAHASSEE | If Florida doesn’t find a way to continue a program that helps hospitals treat uninsured patients, UF Health Jacksonville could cease to exist, its administrators and community supporters say. read more
April 14 2015
Jacksonville mayor's campaign drops businessman from list of backers after name is linked to ol
Jacksonville, Florida
Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown’s reelection campaign removed a businessman from a list of supporters based on reports the man was convicted of murder under another name. Zakee Fur’qan, identified in March as CEO of Freedom Landscape and Lawn Maintenance Inc., was listed in a Brown campaign announcement about a “growing list of Republican, Democratic, and Independent job creators and business ...
April 12 2015
Hung jury in Jacksonville case of man accused of strangling his roommate
Jacksonville, Florida
A Jacksonville jury has deadlocked over whether a Jacksonville man is guilty of killing his roommate. Circuit Judge Waddell Wallace declared a mistrial Friday night after jurors could not agree on a verdict for Steven Paul McKenney, 46, who had been on trial last week for the first-degree murder of 47-year-old Terry Edward Blount. McKenney is expected to be tried again, and is scheduled to have ...
April 12 2015
Film on Jacksonville's loud-music murder trial to play at Sun-Ray
Jacksonville, Florida
Documentary filmmaker Marc Silver traveled from London to Jacksonville in 2013, figuring there was a compelling story in the trial of Michael Dunn, a white Satellite Beach man eventually convicted of killing a black Jacksonville teen after arguing about loud music at a gas station. He was right: The resulting film, “31/2 Minutes,” won a documentary award at the Sundance Film Festival. It will ...
April 12 2015
Jacksonville Beach, FL Commercial Lawn Care Services Now Provided by TLC Total Lawn Care
Florida
Jacksonville Beach, FL commercial lawn care is now provided as a regular service at the TLC Total Lawn Care company at http://tlctotallawncare.com/jacksonville-beach . (PRWeb April 02, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/jacksonville-beach-lawn/care-tlc-service/prweb12628928.htm
April 07 2015
Jacksonville day care worker accused of molesting 2 kids
Florida
A 19-year-old man is accused of molesting two children at a Jacksonville day care facility.
March 29 2015
Looming funding crisis for UF Health Jacksonville could lead to 'catastrophe,' officials wa
Florida
UF Health Jacksonville, Northeast Florida’s only trauma center and only safety net hospital, could be forced to close its doors if the Florida Legislature doesn’t act to maintain its current funding level, officials of the JAX Chamber and the Jacksonville Civic Council warn. “Any reduction in its current funding will put the hospital at risk of failure,” said a letter sent to the Senate ...
March 29 2015
Death of retired UF prof earns murder indictment
Jacksonville, Florida
A man accused by the Gainesville Police Department of killing a retired University of Florida professor after he bilked him of thousands of dollars was indicted Friday morning by the Alachua County grand jury.
March 21 2015
WellCare Hosts Welcome Room Grand Opening in Jacksonville’s Murray Hill Community
Kissimmee, florida
WellCare Health Plans, Inc. (NYSE: WCG) invites the Jacksonville community to the grand opening of its newly-opened Welcome Room located in the Murray Hill community. (PRWeb February 26, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12544349.htm
March 16 2015
'Bittersweet' celebration for family, supporters as they continue teen's legacy
Jacksonville, Florida
Hundreds came together Monday afternoon at The Jacksonville Landing to celebrate Jordan Davis Day on what would have been Davis' 20th birthday. Davis (pictured) was 17-years-old when he was shot and killed in Jacksonville by Michael Dunn in 2012 after an argument over loud music.
March 09 2015
Daylight saving time begins this weekend. What's behind…
Jacksonville, Florida
VIDEO: The judge kept the jurors' information confidential and until now, none of them have spoken publicly. But Wayne Davis, the foreman, called and wanted to tell his story of what it was like to be part of the high profile trial.
March 07 2015
Christopher Lee Duncan, 26, Dora Delgado, 38, arrested Thursday
Jacksonville, Florida
Pasco County sheriff’s detectives will be in Jacksonville Friday, interviewing two people wanted for a triple murder and shooting in New Port Richey. The pair were captured Thursday night in Jacksonville.
March 07 2015
GPD: Man, 38, defrauded retired UF professor before murdering him
Jacksonville, Florida
A Gainesville man who was taken into custody in Jacksonville Thursday night in connection with the Wednesday death of retired University of Florida professor Thomas Oakland has been charged with murder.
March 07 2015
GPD: Suspect in Kirkwood homicide caught in Jacksonville
Gainesville, Florida
A suspect in the murder of a retired University of Florida professor whose body was found after a Wednesday fire in his home has been apprehended.
March 06 2015
36-year-old shot to death in November 2012 near Sports Complex
Albany, georgia
A man arrested in Georgia two years ago in the killing of another man in Jacksonville over $5 has been brought back to Florida to face the murder charge, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office announced Monday.
March 01 2015
Career Track: Follow first coast professionals on the move.
Florida
Governor Rick Scott appointed Dr. Ronald Foreman to the Lake Shore Hospital Authority of Columbia County. Foreman is an optometrist with North Florida Eye Care in Lake City. ■■■ Governor Rick Scott appointed Dr. Joseph Sindone to the Board of Podiatric Medicine. Sindone is a podiatrist with UF Health Jacksonville. ■■■ Chamberlain College of Nursing appointed Beverly Bonaparte as president of its ...
February 23 2015
Woman survives 3 gunshots in Pasco murder scene
Jacksonville, Florida
A woman who survived three gunshots during a triple homicide on Feb. 9 in Moon Lake told investigators she was shot by her former roommates, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.
February 20 2015
You might want to take along some gloves or hand sanitizer…
Jacksonville, Florida
NOTING THAT SAFETY HAS IMPROVED. A FLORIDA APPEALS COURT HAS THROWN OUT A MURDER CONVICTION AGAINST FREDERICK WADE IN THE 2011 SHOOTING DEATH OF A 20-YEAR-OLD JACKSONVILLE WOMAN, KALIL McCOY.
February 20 2015
Angela Corey's office must pay $26,000 in records flap, judge says
Florida
JACKSONVILLE — The State Attorney's Office serving Florida's Fourth Judicial Circuit has been ordered to pay about $26,000 in attorney's fees and court costs after failing to provide public records to a citizen in a reasonable amount of time.
February 19 2015
Documents: Biological mom physically, sexually abused Jada Norfleet, sister
Jacksonville, Florida
IN AS WE CONTINUE TO INVESTIGATE THE DEATH OF A FOUR-YEAR-OLD ON THE SOUTH SIDE. WE ARE BREAKING DOWN THE NEWLY RELEASED DOCUMENTS ABOUT THE CHILD'S BIOLOGICAL MOTHER. THOSE NEW DOCUMENTS SHOW THAT THE SISTERS SUFFERED ABUSE WHEN IT WAS VERY YOUNG. THEY WERE CHARGED IN THE SECOND-DEGREE DEATH MURDER. THE COUPLE BEAT THE COUPLE TO DEATH WITH A PIECE OF WOOD. ASHLEY HARDING IS IN THE NEWS. THESE ...
February 18 2015
Current radar, forecast
Jacksonville, Florida
A Duval County judge must reconsider two attorneys' requests to withdraw from high-profile Jacksonville cases, the appeals court has ruled.
February 17 2015
Partnership supports Jacksonville's high-risk, first-time mothers
Florida
When Ti’Ricka Beckham became pregnant as a high school junior, she pondered dropping out. Despite her dreams of college and a career, the prospect of being a pregnant, unmarried high school senior was daunting, she said. But Ti’Ricka decided to stay in school after being referred to the Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition Nurse Family Partnership, which provides high-risk, first-time ...
February 16 2015
Day care inside school faces another allegation of child abuse
Florida
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Florida Department of Children and Families is investigating yet another allegation of child abuse at the same child care center in a matter of days.
February 16 2015
DCF investigating after baby came home from day care with scratches
Florida
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Florida Department of Children and Families is investigating accusations of child abuse at a day care inside a Duval County Public School after a mother said she found bruises and scratches on her 2-month-old baby.
February 16 2015
EWC professor's research addresses asthma rate in Jacksonville's black community
Florida
New research conducted by an Edward Waters College professor shows that black residents of urban Jacksonville might be disproportionately affected by asthma compared to the general population. Brian Seymour, director of EWC’s Center for the Prevention of Health Disparities, found that 64 percent of the study’s black participants have high levels of antibodies in their blood that would indicate ...
February 16 2015
Woman, 76, struggling to breathe because of faulty airbag, lawsuit says
Florida
Kelly Sims is exhausted, out of money, and doesn’t know if things will ever get better. She thinks her only hope is getting her mother to UF Health in Jacksonville or Gainesville. Her mother, Patricia Mincey, crashed her car in Jacksonville last June. She drove through a red light at 30 mph and hit another car going 20 mph, according to the crash report. Mincey wore a seatbelt, but that didn’t ...
February 16 2015
Jacksonville man guilty in little girl's death
Florida
A Jacksonville man has been convicted in the death of a 2-year-old child he was watching. A Duval County jury found 22-year-old Devonte Rashad Baker guilty Thursday of second-degree murder and aggravated child abuse.
February 16 2015
Around the Region: "Fiddler on the Roof" and more
Florida
FIRST COAST Affordable Care Act enrollment event The Health Planning Council, Enroll America, the City of Jacksonville and Cover Jacksonville host an enrollment event for the Affordable Care Act 9 a.m. Saturday at the Regency Square Mall. Both English and Spanish-speaking Navigators as well as insurance brokers will be on hand to answer any questions. Deadline to enroll is Feb. 15. BEACHES ...
February 14 2015
Shai Blades thinks Randall Deviney is trying to manipulate system to get better sentence
Jacksonville, Florida
The grandson of a woman who was brutally murdered in 2008 is upset because he has to sit through a second trial for her accused killer.
February 13 2015
Guzman will not face death penalty
Jacksonville, Florida
ASHEBORO — Antonio Francisco Guzman will not face the death penalty when he goes on trial for the death of his wife, Patricia Casarrubias-Monica.
February 11 2015
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