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Bryceville family escapes morning house fire 
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Bryceville family escapes morning house fire 

Bryceville family escapes morning house fire 

Bryceville family escapes morning house fire 

A family in Bryceville is homeless following an early morning fire that destroyed the home. 

No injuries were reported in the Sunowa Springs subdivision.  Multiple Nassau County Fire-Rescue crews were part of the fire response.  Jacksonville Fire Rescue crews also responded to the fire. 

The State Fire Marshal is investigating the cause of the fire. 


A family in Bryceville in the Sunowa Springs subdivision is without their home this morning. NCFR Stations 60, 50, 90,...

Posted by Nassau County Fire-Rescue 3101 on Monday, December 10, 2018



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  • A day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested that President Donald Trump delay his State of the Union Address because of unresolved issues surrounding a partial government shutdown, the President retaliated by scrapping plans by the Speaker to take a group of lawmakers on an overseas trip to Belgium, Egypt and Afghanistan, saying it would be better for Pelosi to stay in the U.S. and negotiate a deal on a border wall. “In light of the 800,000 great American workers not receiving pay, I am sure you would agree that postponing this public relations event is totally appropriate,” the President wrote in a letter to the Speaker. “Obviously, if you would like to make your journey by flying commercial, that would certainly be your prerogative,” the President added, as he took the unprecedented step of pulling military support for what are known as “CODEL’s” – bipartisan Congressional Delegation trips. A day after she all but disinvited him from delivering the State of the Union address, Trump tells Pelosi he is canceling her trip to Belgium, Egypt and Afghanistan, citing the shutdown. The executive branch traditionally provides military transport for congressional trips. — Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) January 17, 2019 Earlier in the day, the Speaker had told reporters she had not yet received a response from the White House to her suggestion of a postponement of the State of the Union. “I’m not denying him a platform at all,” Pelosi told reporters at her weekly news conference. “I’m saying let’s get a date when the government is open.”
  • A day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested that President Donald Trump delay his State of the Union Address because of unresolved issues surrounding a partial government shutdown, the President retaliated by scrapping plans by the Speaker to take a group of lawmakers on an overseas trip to Belgium, Egypt and Afghanistan, saying it would be better for Pelosi to stay in the U.S. and negotiate a deal on a border wall. “In light of the 800,000 great American workers not receiving pay, I am sure you would agree that postponing this public relations event is totally appropriate,” the President wrote in a letter to the Speaker. “Obviously, if you would like to make your journey by flying commercial, that would certainly be your prerogative,” the President added, as he took the unprecedented step of pulling military support for what are known as “CODEL’s” – bipartisan Congressional Delegation trips. A day after she all but disinvited him from delivering the State of the Union address, Trump tells Pelosi he is canceling her trip to Belgium, Egypt and Afghanistan, citing the shutdown. The executive branch traditionally provides military transport for congressional trips. — Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) January 17, 2019 Earlier in the day, the Speaker had told reporters she had not yet received a response from the White House to her suggestion of a postponement of the State of the Union. “I’m not denying him a platform at all,” Pelosi told reporters at her weekly news conference. “I’m saying let’s get a date when the government is open.”
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  • Two weeks after a string of crimes stretching from Mayport to East Arlington injured two officers and an 84-year-old man, the suspect arrested by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is facing additional charges. We told you on January 3rd, when JSO announced the suspect, 26-year-old Lawrence Hall III, was arrested for fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement and attempted murder, following a reported armed robbery, auto theft, and kidnapping.  Now, JSO says their continued investigation is resulting in additional charges against Hall. He now faces the following charges: kidnapping, armed robbery, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, burglary, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.  The sheriff's office isn't ruling out further charges as they say they're continuing to investigate all aspects of the events that occurred, as well as others Hall may have been involved in.  The 84-year-old victim who was kidnapped during this spree died from his injuries, almost a week after the incident.

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