Jacksonville’s homeland security became the 50th recipient of a “Bexley Box.”
The Fernandina Beach Fire Department is understaffed, and the police department is trying to expand its force. So, both departments are applying for federal grants to help meet their staffing needs.
She said her home has been surrounded by trash for months.
Action News Jax attended a Women in STEM program that aims specifically to help girls of color overcome the hurdle into a field traditionally dominated by men.
A Putman County woman says her horse was attacked and seriously wounded by dogs roaming free in her Interlachen neighborhood.
It’s been nearly two months since 16-year-old Derek Pitts’ life what taken on December 29th. Now, Pitts’ killer is identified as 19-year-old Colton Moore.
One woman is dead after a car crash took place on Old Middleburg Road South and Hipps Road around 6:30 p.m. Saturday night.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office responded to a call at Townsend Oak Court, where a man was found dead.
Nearly three years have passed since Nassau County Deputy Joshua Moyers was shot and killed after traffic stop.
The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to relocate the historic beach cottage known as the Canright House.
A Jacksonville City Council member is calling for limits on liquor outlets and vape shops in vulnerable parts of the city to reduce alcohol-related problems and addictions.
State Representative Angie Nixon is opening up a bookstore and coffee shop in a historically black neighborhood in Sherwood called Café Resistance Bookstore. She says the idea started with her daughter Natalie.
Action News Jax has obtained exclusive surveillance footage capturing what appears to be two women vandalizing homes at a local condo complex, causing thousands of dollars in damage.
During the state of the port address, JAXPORT’S CEO discussed the long-term partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line, and its impact on the entire area.
Action News Jax told you back in 2019 that Jacksonville’s iconic Friendship Fountain was getting a big makeover. After a three-year delay, the fountain and all its new features will have its grand opening February 15th.
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