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City Rescue Mission opens shelter space during cold weather

City Rescue Mission opens shelter space during cold weather

City Rescue Mission's Cold Weather Emergency Shelter will open today for up to one-hundred more who need a warm place to sleep. Those needing shelter may check-in to New Life Inn at 234 W. State Street in Jacksonville starting at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon.  Overnight guests may remain in the building until 10:30 AM Wednesday morning or until temperatures go above 40 degrees.  “We will not turn anyone away,' states Jaime Davis, Manager of Emergency Services. 'We want to make sure that Jacksonville citizens without a home have warm shelter and a hot meal,' states Executive Director Penny Kievet. For more information, please contact our New Life Inn at 904.421.5167.

FHP investigating crash involving two school buses in St. Johns County, injuries reported

FHP investigating crash involving two school buses in St. Johns County, injuries reported

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating, after a crash involving two school buses and another vehicle. According to St. Johns County Fire Rescue, the crash happened at International Golf Parkway and Center Place Way, shortly after 3:00 pm.  The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office says 13 students were complaining of minor injuries and that 1 student had visible injuries.  The St. Johns County School District says both buses involved were transporting students from Pacetti Bay Middle School and that parents have been notified of the crash.  As WOKV learns more about what caused the crash and the extent of the injuries, this story will be updated.

White House spars with reporters over Trump accusers, fake news

White House spars with reporters over Trump accusers, fake news

In a spirited series of exchanges in the White House Briefing Room, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders batted away questions about women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct in the past, as Sanders ripped the news media for misleading stories on other subjects. “The President has addressed these accusations directly and denied all of these allegations,” Sanders said in the first of a number of questions about the subject. Three of the women who have alleged sexual misconduct urged Congress on Monday to investigate the claims against the President. The White House basically countered that it was old news. “This took place long before he was elected to be President,” Sanders told reporters. “The people of this country, in a decisive election, supported President Trump. 'The president has addressed these accusations directly and denied all of these allegations, and this took place long before he was elected to be president,' @PressSec says of women accusing Pres. Trump of sexual misconduct https://t.co/4NAJSB2AXV pic.twitter.com/NFHJzIU0xP — CBS News (@CBSNews) December 11, 2017 As for the accusations of sexual misconduct leveled by over a dozen different women, some Democrats in the Congress on Monday said it’s time for a public accounting of what really happened. ‘This is not about politics. This is not about policy,” Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) said in a fundraising email entitled, “Why Donald Trump must resign,” as several Democrats publicly called for that outcome. “At least 17 women have accused Donald Trump of horrific sexual misconduct, and I believe them,” Merkley added. “Congress must investigate allegations by many, many women that he sexually assaulted and harassed them,” wrote Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) on Twitter. “No one is above the law.” Things got more testy over news coverage of the Trump White House in a later exchange between Sanders and CNN correspondent Jim Acosta. Reporter: 'I would say that journalists make honest mistakes and that doesn't make them fake news.' @PressSec: 'When journalists make honest mistakes, they should own up to them. A lot of times you don't.' pic.twitter.com/WsTV0eFKXM — CBS News (@CBSNews) December 11, 2017 “You cannot say that it’s an honest mistake when you are purposely putting out information that you know to be false,” Sanders said.

White House spars with reporters over Trump accusers, fake news

In a spirited series of exchanges in the White House Briefing Room, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders batted away questions about women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct in the past, as Sanders ripped the news media for misleading stories on other subjects.

“The President has addressed these accusations directly and denied all of these allegations,” Sanders said in the first of a number of questions about the subject.

Three of the women who have alleged sexual misconduct urged Congress on Monday to investigate the claims against the President. The White House basically countered that it was old [More]