There is a major push to break the code of silence around an increase in violent crimes. Two neighborhoods in Jacksonville were roped off with crime scene tape early Friday morning after reported gunshots.
Researchers are getting closer to figuring out if a COVID19 vaccine in development really works. Phase 3 of clinical trials is now underway. Dr. Gregory Poland, an infectious diseases expert and the head of Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group said it’ll come down to two factors.
Florida is reporting 518,075 positive cases of COVID-19. Today Florida is reporting 7,686 new cases in today’s report. This is the 13th day in a row where Florida is reporting less than 10,000 cases per day. Florida also reported 180 newly reported deaths.
School starts in less than two weeks for Duval County students, and Duval County School Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene says a little more than 40 percent of students have registered for virtual learning.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is inviting fellow law enforcement, firefighters, and the public to come pay their respects on Friday to JSO Lieutenant Chris Cunningham, who passed away from a COVID-related illness.
Distilleries across Florida stepped up to make hand sanitizer when first responders and hospitals needed them the most. But now that demand has virtually disappeared, leaving them with declining sales.
If you live in St. Johns County, but work in Downtown Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Transportation Authority has an easier way for you to make your daily commute. It’s called the St. Johns Express-Select Shuttle.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has located the silver Nissan Rogue connected to a deadly shooting at a gas station on Edgewood Avenue Monday morning, and are now looking to identify two people who may have information on the murder.
Walmart and The Salvation Army are teaming up to provide new school supplies to local children in need during the “Stuff the Bus” campaign event at local Walmart locations from Friday, August 7 to Sunday, August 9.