It's down to business this morning for the Jaguars in London. They're on the practice field after enjoying time in downtown London last night. For Jacksonville business and city leaders, it's a day full of meetings with a simple goal: Bring new jobs to Jacksonville.
Good morning! Here are the "Big 3" things you need to know : 1. We move from the shutdown debate, to debate over Obamacare. Reach Jamie Dupree's blog titled "White House struggles with health law signup troubles". 2. We are talking about the latest in this school shooting in Nevada. ...
WOKV spoke with Jaguars owner Shad Khan before the team leaves for London in the first of four games each of the next four years. Khan says he and city leaders have a lot of meetings planned in the week leading up to the game.
Mike Buresh says temps today are in the upper 80's and it's sunny and humid. We'll see showers increase for Saturday afternoon and linger into Sunday morning.
Jacksonville police are searching for a man they say entered a house on the Southside and committed a sexual battery.
It was a cold-hearted online post that hastened the arrest of two girls in the bullying-suicide case of Rebecca Sedwick. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd announced the arrest of the 12 and 14-year-old for stalking.
We're seeing rain bands from a local Nor'easter that, at times, will be heavy.
Putting up a good fight, the Jaguars still lost in Denver, falling to 0-6 on the season. Jacksonville lost 35-19, but kept the game close through three quarters, when they trailed by just two points.
The White House says President Obama would likely sign a short-term extension of the debt ceiling, even if it left the partial government shutdown intact.
The President meets today with top House Republicans. The meeting this afternoon comes as GOP lawmakers consider a short-term increase in the debt limit before the government risks going into default in one week.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki is spelling out some dire consequences for veterans of a long-term government shutdown.
We're tracking heavy showers today, which could dump several more inches on the saturated ground. Several inches fell in Jax Beach Monday, flooding out Third Street and other nearby roads.
In his first start at left tackle, rookie Luke Joeckel broke his right ankle and is out for the season. The Jags had some good moments early, but still loss 34-20 to the Rams. Blaine Gabbert strained his left hamstring in the 3rd quarter, so Chad Henne finished the game.
Action News Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh says rain will be around Sunday and Monday, with an isolated severe storm. And it's going to be breezy both days. Karen is headed toward a landfall along the Gulf Coast, likely between Pensacola and New Orleans.
Police in Duval and St. Johns Counties are investigating three suspicious incidents in three days involving kids and a man. The one similarity is the guy drives a red pickup truck.
Jacksonville International Airport is back open for business following a 5-hour shutdown because of two suspicious packages. The bomb squad found a device and it was rendered safe. But we don't know what the device was.
Congress failed to approve a stop gap spending plan before Midnight. We expect the Senate to meet later this morning and once again reject the House Republican attempt to tie the spending bill to changes in Obamacare.
Good morning! Here are the "Big 3" things you need to know this morning... 1. As we inch closer to a deadline, we are monitoring the happenings in DC to see if we will avoid a government shutdown. Jamie Dupree is following the latest on this story. 2. We've learned ...
The Mathews Bridge is closed until further notice, and it created a lot of delays Friday as all that traffic took detours around it. The top of a ship being towed on the St. Johns River struck and damaged the north end of the Mathews Bridge.
We know your property tax rate in Jacksonville is rising 14.4% For a $150,000 home, you will be paying $140 more for the year. It took city council 13 hours over two days to finalize the budget, which is now $1 billion.