State Attorney Angela Corey says she is not going to talk about her team's investigation of Trayvon Martin's killing until a decision is reached.
Marco Rubio is endorsing Mitt Romney, saying Romney has earned the nomination. Rubio tells Sean Hannity he's not interested in the job of Vice President.
Fonda is reportedly going to play Mrs. Reagan in an upcoming movie about a longtime White House butler.
Emotions are running so high in the Trayvon Martin shooting case that his parents will attend a forum on hate crimes on Capitol Hill today. Congresswoman Corrine Brown is co-sponsoring the hearing. Trayvon's parents are blaming police for leaking information about their son being suspended for marijuana and details about the fight he had with the shooter that protrayed the teen as the aggressor.
Cheating our children, an investigation by our partner the Atlanta Journal Constitution, shows thousands of schools with suspicious test scores. Duval County makes the list. The AJC looked at results for 69,000 schools in 49 states and found large numbers of suspicious score shifts in 200 districts. In Jacksonville in 2008, about 5% of classes were flagged, which is average.
State Attorney Angela Corey finds herself in the national spotlight, tapped by Governor Scott to lead the investigation into the controversial killing of a Sanford teenager. Corey and a team of prosecutors are heading to central Florida today, after thousands rallied in a city park last night, demanding justice for Trayvon.
Jaguars owner Shad Khan says he made a play for Tim Tebow but the QB ended up being traded to the New York Jets. Khan tells us he has a duty to consider all avenues of improving the Jaguars, especially given the unique circumstances involving Tebow.
We'll get some answers this morning from Governor Scott about Florida's new drug testing law for government workers. Scott is in our studios during the 7am news to explain why he's holding off implementing the new policy until a legal battle with the ACLU is resolved.
Spring arrives with a perfect day, temps near 80 and sunny skies. And it stays nearly perfect through Friday. We do have a slight chance of rain Saturday but will otherwise stay dry.
A prison guard is stabbed in the neck and dies at the maximum security prison in Lake City. The guard is 24 years-old and his name has not been released yet. Our news partner Channel 4 reports another guard was injured in the attack.
A one year-old drowns in a bucket of water and bleach. It happened at a westside apartment when the toddler wandered out of the house. Mom was cooking dinner at the time.
We'll never get the answer to why Shane Schumerth killed Episocpal School head Dale Reagan and then killed himself. But his brother writes a lengthy story in the Times Union that explains the former teacher always struggled socially and suffered from deeply rooted depression, anxiety and paranoia.
The wins in Mississippi and Alabama were a blow to Newt Gingrich, who was banking on both states to regain momentum. Gingrich says he's all in going forward. Mitt Romney wins the caucuses in Hawaii. Romney finished third in the southern primaries.
The guy who squatted in a Navy family's Clay County home just as it was moving in is now facing charges in Duval County. We caught up with Marcellous Dunbar's attorney, Reggie Estell, who tells us Dunbar followed the law when claiming adverse possession.
The Taliban is promising revenge after an American soldier goes on a rampage, killing 16 Afghans and burning their bodies. President Obama is offering condolences, the Defense Secretary is promising a full investigation.
Today the former head of Episcopal High School is being remembered at the school where she worked. WOKV's Tiffany Griffith is covering this story, and you can hear her reports during Jacksonville's Morning News; WOKV's Matt Augustine is attending the memorial today; you can hear his reports during the afternoon. Meanwhile, WOKV's ...
We continue to learn more about the man who killed the head of Episcopal High School. We are hearing audio from Shane Schumerth, courtesy of our news partner Channel Four. The audio is from an audition that happened months ago. We are also hearing from Schumerth's roomate. Meanwhile, WOKV's Jamie ...
Episcopal High School head Dale Regan is murdered by a teacher who, hours earlier, was fired. Shane Schumerth carried an AK 47 in a guitar case, killed Regan in her office, then committed suicide.
The four leading Republican Presidential candidates look to have a breakout moment as ten states vote today. 419 delegates are at stake with the big prizes being Ohio and Georgia. It's a tight battle in Ohio between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum. Newt Gingrich is polling strong in Georgia.
A mom's drug habit appears to have led her to sell her 6 year-old for sex. Police in Jacksonville Beach arrested Dalina Nicholas and two middle-aged men in connection with the crack cocaine deal. The mother is in jail in Columbus, Georgia, she will be brought back to town this week.