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    The grandmother of a 7-year-old boy, who was shot inside his Northwest Jacksonville home, tested positive for cocaine and marijuana, according to Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office report.  Police responded to the home on 5111 Doncaster Ave. just before midnight Sunday night. A woman claiming to be the aunt of the child stated she heard a “pop” sound come from the back of the home where two other children were moving furniture. She found the boy standing and holding his arm.  According to the report, DCF responded and spot tested the victim’s grandmother, Brenda Gibson, who tested positive for cocaine and marijuana. Police have not announced any charges related to this shooting, and it is still unclear who fired the gun. There is no mention within the police report of any recovery of a weapon inside the home. 
  • Jacksonville Fire Rescue crews are responding to a commercial building fire on 725 Edison Ave. in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Jacksonville. The building, positioned near the Florida Blue building, was built in 1906 and had been recommended for historical designation by the Jacksonville Planning and Development Department in 2016.  According to the City, the building was constructed as a boarding house. The first floor was later converted to become the home of Sam & Son’s Sandwich Shop.  WOKV will continue to update this story as we learn more through the morning.
  • Three teens who overpowered staff at a juvenile detention center in Jacksonville last week, have been caught by police. Justin Silva, Luther Davis and Derek Browley were found together on Old Kings Road shortly after 10 a.m. Saturday. They had been on the run since escaping from the Jacksonville Youth Academy, which is operated by G4S Youth Services, on June 18.  The president and CEO of G4S Youth Services told WOKV the boys, ranging in age from 15 to 16 years old, ambushed a youth care worker, stole keys to the facility and escaped over a high fence. Police described the attempt as a coordinated plan.  WOKV will continue to update this story as more information is released.  
  • In yet another example of the vulnerability of personal information in the cyber world, a research group found potentially every registered American voter’s information was left unprotected by a Republican data firm.  Some of that information, mainly voter registration details, is available to anyone and is not hard for outside groups to obtain. Should you not want your voter registration information to be shared, too bad, there’s not much you can do about it.  Chris Chambless, the Clay County supervisor of elections and chair of the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections (FTASE), has twice pushed for legislation that would protect voter registration information from outside groups. Both efforts were strongly apposed by for profit and non-profit groups that rely on gathering data on voters around the country.  The first bill would have broadly protected Florida voters from having their personal information shared; that attempt never stood a chance with state lawmakers. A second push limited the scope of the bill to only protect the information of pre-registered voters, which includes teenagers who aren’t yet old enough to vote. That bill also failed. “We literally have hundreds of individuals across the state, for no other reason than not wanting their information to be publicly available, remove themselves from the voting rolls,” Chambless told WOKV. “They’re willing to go to that extreme to ensure that their information is not public.” Chambless says, if your name ends up on any list, it’s probably there for life. The FTASE plans to once again submit a bill to the state legislature next year.
  • News 104.5 WOKV has learned the entire Northeast Florida congressional delegation is safe, after a shooting at a practice field in Virginia. Representatives were practicing ahead of the Congressional Baseball Game being held on Thursday in Washington, D.C.   Rep. Ron DeSantis (R) told Fox News he left the practice field roughly five minutes before the shooting occurred. He described an awkward conversation with someone in the parking lot, who asked if Democrats or Republicans were playing. House Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise was reportedly shot in the hip but will be okay. LISTEN: Rep. Ron DeSantis speaks to Fox News about shooting at congressional baseball practice
  • The Atlantic Beach Police Department has arrested 18 drug dealers and prostitutes as part of “Operation Crack-alicious.”  While grouped into one operation, these arrests were made over several weeks involve separate cases. Commander Tiffany Layson with the Atlantic Beach Police Department says the  “The main thing about doing it all at the same time, is it really made a bigger impact on the streets,” Layson told WOKV. “By arresting all of the known drug dealers in the local area... it sent a word to the other drug dealers and drug users out there that we are on top of it.” Officers are still searching for seven suspects as part of the operation. This list of suspects arrested in Operation Crack-alicious was provided to WOKV by Atlantic Beach Police: Christian Karcher DOB 6/11/92 – sale of marijuana Eugenia Bowman DOB 12/18/87– sale of crack cocaine, possession of cocaine Everette Walden DOB 4/25/94– sale of crack cocaine, manufacturing crack cocaine Marquis McCowan 6/20/94– sale of crack cocaine Michael Van Nelson 4/29/65– sale of crack cocaine Monica Pederson 7/18/72– prostitution, possession of heroin, possession of crack cocaine Ondre Nesbitt 7/3/90– sale of crack cocaine Rasheed Burley 12/20/89– sale of crack cocaine, possession of cocaine Reginald Washington 9/24/82– sale of crack cocaine Sean Wise 5/11/66– sale of crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine Stephanie Juymohan 3/6/98– sale of crack cocaine, possession of methamphetamine Tony Curry 10/7/92– sale of crack cocaine, using person under 18 to sell cocaine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine Vance Harris 4/21/91– sale of crack cocaine *Juvenile* 17 years old- sale of crack cocaine Katelyn Walker 3/13/93- prostitution Kristin Cieslik 11/19/91– prostitution, possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia Wayne Woodley 6/24/78– human trafficking, possession of cocaine Katrina McCowan 4/15/64– sale of crack cocaine 
  • Gov. Rick Scott visited the Mayport-based U.S.S. Iwo Jima on Wednesday, to honor two sailors who sprang into action following the tragedy at Times Square on May 18.  Airman David Barba and Aviation Boatswain’s Mate Andrew Miller were presented with the Medal of Merit for their heroism in the moments following the deadly crash.  “David and Andrew were not on duty, and had no way of knowing the circumstances of the attack or if more danger was imminent,” Scott said. “Without a moment of hesitation, they immediately and bravely ran toward the scene to help in any way they could.”
  • Jacksonville’s city-sponsored summer camp program is getting a major funding boost and expanding to serve more kids.  Mayor Lenny Curry, along with City Councilman Reggie Brown, announced Friday $958,000 in available funds for the program, allowing it to add 24 sites. The money comes from within the city budget and is now available for re-appropriation.  Curry believes, while this isn’t the ultimate step to completely reducing crime in the area, it will directly benefit at-risk youth.  “We’re not happy with where we are – there’s a lot of work to be done on the prevention, intervention and enforcement,” Curry said. “The numbers speak for themselves.” With the funding boost, the program can serve an additional 1,700 children. Curry is promising to work with City Council to find a long-term funding solution for the program.  
  • The Clay County Sheriff’s Office and the State Attorney’s Office for the Fourth Judicial District have announced the first-ever murder charge for a drug dealer whose product led to an overdose death.  Trumaine “Lucky” Muller faces a first-degree murder charge for selling the fentanyl that led to the death of 18-year-old Ariell Brundige. Brundige was with Muller and two other men in Nov. 2016 when she overdosed.  The two other men, Tyler Hamilton and Christopher Williams, are facing manslaughter charges.  “The message for ‘Mr. Unlucky’ and the ‘unlucky two,’ who are associated with him… get the hell out of Clay County,” Sheriff Darryl Daniels said during an announcement on Tuesday.  Daniels says the Clay County Sheriff’s Office will continue to pursue homicide charges against drug dealers, noting that they are currently working to get there in several cases right now. 
  • A Jacksonville woman has been charged for a crash that resulted in the death of another driver nearly a year ago.  Lara Dana Lark, 21, is accused of crossing the center line while driving westbound on State Road 105 on May 29, 2016, and colliding head-on with Derrick Jones. Jones was forced off the road and into a nearby marsh, and was pronounced dead at the scene.  Lark is charged with DUI manslaughter and is being held on $75,003 bond.
  • John Engel

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    John Engel is the Afternoon Anchor and Producer at WOKV and has been with the news team since Aug. 2015. Originally from Southern California, John moved to Boise, Idaho with his family and attended Boise State University. He started working in sports media and still has a love for watching, and debating about, sports.

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  • Multiple people were found dead early Sunday inside a semi-trailer in the parking lot of a San Antonio Walmart. >> Read more trending news >> Click here or scroll down for more
  • A bear climbed over a fence Thursday at an apartment complex near the St. Augustine Outlets, reports say. A woman who sent in a video showing the bear's climbing skills said she saw it at around 9:45 p.m. near the Old Town Villages Apartments. RELATED: Video of several bears spotted in Jacksonville-area yards The complex is a few miles from the St. Augustine Outlets. In the video, the bear was seen walking along the side of an apartment building and a fence. The bear then ran along the fence and climbed over it. There have been other bear sightings this year in Northeast Florida, including one recorded in the backyard of a Middleburg neighborhood. In that sighting, surveillance video shows a bear poking around a bird feeder in a backyard. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said there have been 13 bear sightings in Clay County so far this year, compared with 22 all of last year. Bear activist say the animals are being pushed out of their habitat for a number of reasons, including development.
  • Certain Verizon Wireless Zone locations will be giving away free backpacks full of school supplies on Sunday.  Through the “School Rocks Backpack Giveaway” program, Wireless Zone, along with TCC and the Culture of Good, have prepared more than 235,000 backpacks to be handed out to children in locations around the country. The backpacks are free on a first come, first serve basis. The give-away will be held Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at each location. The child must be accompanied by a parent to get a backpack.  Call your local store ahead of time to verify participation in the program.  Click here for more information.  Below is a list of locations participating in the program. Connecticut 68 Newtown Rd, Danbury, CT 06810 | 203-798-0008 712 North Main St, West Hartford, CT 06117 | 860-231-8001 1188 Farmington Ave, Bristol, CT 06010 | 860-940-6569 1105 Killingly Commons Drive, Dayville, CT 06241 | 860-774-2000 361 Boston Post Road, N. Windham, CT 06256 | 860-456-7000 351 North Frontage Rd. Ste 11, New London, CT 06320 | 860-439-1000 220 Rt.12 Ste 4, Groton, CT 06340 | 860-448-9000 119 South Main St. Colchester, CT 06415 | 860-537-1000 695 Main Street, Monroe, CT 06468 | 203-459-1661 228 South Main Street Suite #6, Newtown, CT 06470 | 203-748-4704 100 Main Street North, Southbury, CT 06488 | 203-405-3093 842 Queen Street, Southington, CT 06489 | 860-276-1044 960 White Plains Road, Trumbull, CT 06611 | 203-459-2600 1051 Wolcott Street, Waterbury, CT 06705 | 203-755-6629 128 Greenwood Avenue, Bethel, CT 06801 | 203-628-7312 1071 Boston Post Road, Darien, CT 06820 | 203-202-2966 25 Glen Ridge Road Suite 4, Greenwich, CT 06831 | 203-531-8800 139 Elm Street, New Canaan, CT 06840 | 203-966-6400 572 Main Ave, Norwalk, CT 06851 | 203-529-3220 1285 East Putnam Ave, Riverside, CT 06878 | 203-637-5441 385 Post Road East, Westport, CT 06880 | 203-221-0000 711 Canal St Suite 120R, Stamford, CT 06902 | 203-442-4988 330 Boston Post Rd, Orange, CT 06477 | 203-799-8110 207 Kennedy Drive, Putnam, CT 06260 | 860-928-5400 290 Hope St, Stamford, CT 06906 | 203-764-2163 Washington D.C. 703 8th St, Washington, DC 20003 | 202-364-1911 3307 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20010 | 202-791-0553 Delaware 122 Lantana Drive, Hockessin, DE 19707 | 302-235-0402 302 Suburban Drive, Newark, DE 19711 | 302-283-9991 935 N Dupont Hwy, Milford, DE 19963 | 302-424-1900 17146 S Dupont Hwy Floor, Harrington, DE 19952 | 302-398-6040 Florida 923 N. Collier Blvd, Marco Island, FL 34145 | 239-394-2010 2724 N Roosevelt Blvd, Key West, FL 33040 | 305-296-8300 5800 Overseas HWY Suite 21, Marathon, FL 33050 | 305-998-4046 3280 Tamiami Trail Ste 55B, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 | 941-235-9700 7335 Radio Rd #108, Naples, FL 34104 | 239-513-0100 325 Jacaranda Blvd, Venice, FL 34292 | 941-412-3490 2119 E Silver Springs Blvd, Ocala, FL 34470 | 352-351-2585 7272 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34601 | 352-796-9919 2105 S. Parrott Ave Ste 101, Okeechobee, FL 34974 | 863-467-2919 Illinois  106-C N. Northwest Highway, Barrington, IL 60010 | 847-852-7050 1515 Butterfield Road #101, Aurora, IL 60502 | 630-820-5800 131 W Ogden Ave, Westmont, IL 60559 | 630-541-3461 Indiana 724 N Burkhardt Rd, Evansville, IN 47715 | 812-202-1264 529 N Line Street, Columbia City, IN 46725 | 260-244-2929 9924 Illinois Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46804 | 260-387-7956 4201 Coldwater Rd #312, Fort Wayne, IN 46825 | 260-471-2022 3084 John Williams Blvd, Bedford, IN 47421 | 812-277-1900 3313 16th Street, Bedford, IN 47421 | 812-279-3353 8300 Bell Oaks Drive Suite C, Newburgh, IN 47630 | 812-858-7100 Iowa 521 Industrial Ave Ste B, Grinnell, IA 50112 | 641-236-1022 Kentucky 2600 US Highway 41 N Suite C, Henderson, KY 42420 | 270-826-2277 13210 Shelbyville Rd. Suite 105, Louisville, KY 40223 | 502-253-5575 5035 Frederica St, Owensboro, KY 42301 | 270-689-2404 35 Madison Square Drive, Madisonville, KY 42431 | 270-825-1101 Maine 1209 Main St, Sanford, ME 04073 | 207-490-9000 20 Topsham Fair Mall Rd, Topsham, ME 04086 | 207-729-8002 570 Stillwater Ave Unit 1, Bangor, ME 04401 | 207-942-1004 139 High Street, Ellsworth, ME 04605 | 207-667-8383 19 Moosehead Trail, Newport, ME 04953 | 207-355-0100 175 Madison Avenue, Skowhegan, ME 04976 | 207-858-0020 765 Main Street, Presque Isle, ME 04769 | 207-760-5025 Maryland 3229 Spartan Road, Olney, MD 20832 | 301-570-9663 220 Marlboro Ave Suite 2, Easton, MD 21601 | 410-820-9455 7603 Crain Hwy Suite F-140, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 | 301-627-6405 1700 Kingfisher Dr Suite 12, Frederick, MD 21701 | 301-846-9663 20 Maryland Ave Suite 450, Rockville, MD 20850 | 240-428-0556 Massachusetts 21 Drum Hill Rd, Chelmsford, MA | 978-654-5066 28 Fairhaven Commons Way, Fairhaven, MA 02719 | 508-984-8882 77 West State St, Granby, MA 01033 | 413-467-9777 18 Main St, Townsend, MA 01469 | 978-597-0701 234 Washington St Suite 3, Hudson, MA 01749 | 978-567-9300 581 Chickering Rd, North Andover, MA 01845 | 978-208-4385 98A Main Street, Medway, MA 02053 | 508-533-0400 95 Washington St, Canton, MA 02021 | 781-828-8886 1415 Providence Highway, Norwood, MA 02062 | 781-769-8881 438 West Grove St, Middleboro, MA 02346 | 508-947-8854 566 Washington St, South Easton, MA 02375 | 508-230-7990 169 Rt 6A, Orleans, MA 02653 | 508-255-5557 162 North King Street, Northampton, MA 01060 | 413-341-3473 197 Boston Post Road W, Marlborough, MA 01752 | 508-481-8001 975 Merriam Ave, Leominster, MA 01453 | 978-840-1986 999 S Washington Street, N Attleboro, MA 02760 | 508-699-8998 Michigan 212 S. 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  • White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned Friday morning, six months and one day after he first started addressing reporters on behalf of President Donald Trump. >> Read more trending news Spicer was well-known for his often combative exchanges with journalists gathered for the daily White House press briefing. The briefings were considered must-see television, but in recent weeks they’ve moved to an audio-only format as Spicer took on a more behind-the-scenes role. >> Related: Sean Spicer resigns, Sarah Huckabee Sanders named next White House press secretary Here’s a look back at some of Spicer’s most well-known moments: That time he misspoke and made up a terror attack in Atlanta: Shortly after becoming press secretary, Spicer drew raised brows for referencing a terror attack in Atlanta in an effort to highlight the Trump administration’s need to act on Islamic terrorism. >> Related: Sean Spicer says he 'clearly meant Orlando' after citing nonexistent Atlanta terror attack “I don’t think you have to look any further than the families of the Boston Marathon, in Atlanta, in San Bernardino to ask if we can go further,” Spicer said in January. “There’s obviously steps that we can and should be taking, and I think the president is going to continue do to what he can to make sure that this country is as safe as possible.' Of course, no such terror attack has ever occurred in Atlanta. The city has seen attacks at least twice before, in 1958 and 1996. However, the terrorists in those cases were not Muslim. Spicer later explained in an email to ABC News that he “clearly meant Orlando,” referencing the June 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting. That time he kind of explained Trump’s use of “covfefe”: The president is well-known for speaking his mind on Twitter, even when his thoughts run contrary to statements made by his own administration. In an early morning tweet in May, Trump wrote that “despite the constant negative press covfefe.” >> Related: Sean Spicer's simple response to Trump's 'covfefe' tweet No, covfefe is not a word, and no, Trump never explained what he meant. But Spicer didn’t see anything wrong with the message, which was described as “incoherent” and sparked mockery across social media. “The president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant,” Spicer claimed. That time he tried to say Hitler never used chemical weapons: Spicer, apparently forgetting the entire Holocaust, claimed at a news briefing in April that “someone as despicable as Hitler … didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.” The comment came as he tried to highlight the horror of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s use of sarin gas on civilians. But Spicer’s comments drew quick rebukes on social media and from reporters in the room. >> Related: Spicer comments on Hitler, chemical weapons become Twitter fodder  He attempted to explain himself. '(Hitler) was not using the gas on his own people the same way that Assad is doing,' he said. 'He brought them into the Holocaust center, I understand that.' As you can probably guess, people did not like Spicer calling concentration camps “Holocaust centers” either. That time he tried to explain the ridiculousness of the Trump-Russia controversy with salad dressing: Apparently frustrated over continued scrutiny amid investigations into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election, Spicer got short in March with April Ryan, a reporter for American Urban Radio Networks. >> Related: Sean Spicer gets spicy with reporter April Ryan: 'Stop shaking your head'  'If the president puts Russian salad dressing on his salad tonight, somehow that's a Russian connection,' Spicer said. He later demanded that Ryan stop shaking her head. That time he accidentally wore his U.S. flag lapel pin upside-down: >> Related: Sean Spicer spotted with upside down lapel pin at press briefing That time he said President Donald Trump had the biggest inauguration audience ever: Who can forget Spicer’s first news conference as press secretary, when he admonished reporters for comparing images of President Donald Trump’s inauguration to photos of President Barack Obama’s? >> Related: 'Alternative facts' like differing weather reports, Sean Spicer claims 'Photographs of the inaugural proceedings were intentionally framed in a way, in one particular tweet, to minimize the enormous support that had gathered on the National Mall,' Spicer said on Jan. 21 at a terse news conference. 'That was the largest audience to witness an inauguration, period. Both in person and around the globe.' Multiple fact-checking groups subsequently rated Spicer's claim anywhere from unprovable to outright false. Politifact gave his claim a 'Pants on Fire' rating, the category used by the group to single out what it determines to be the most flagrant lies.
  • A 5-year-old Massachusetts boy whose story gained national attention when he learned he was getting a long-awaited heart transplant has died. Ari Schultz was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and had to undergo two heart surgeries before he was even born. Earlier this year, after waiting nearly 200 days for a new heart, the family learned Ari would be getting one. >> Read more trending news On June 16, Ari came home from the hospital. On Thursday morning, the family posted on its Facebook page that Ari was taken to the emergency room for a seizure. After over a half-hour of CPR, he was placed on life support in the cardiac intensive care unit. The family posted on Friday evening that Ari passed away peacefully while listening to the Red Sox. Ari has two siblings, his sister Lexi and his brother Eli. 

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