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    It's an incident she likely never forget.  A Jacksonville woman says a gun was pointed at her in a road rage incident on the southside as she was going to work Wednesday morning.  Victoria Furukawa tells our news partners at Action News Jax the incident started after a guy in an older white car cut her off near I-95 and University.  “He got right in front of me, I’m going 75 he’s going probably 60, gets right in front of me, I have to slam on my brakes so hard my car just locks and it just stops working, like the brakes lock up.” Furukawa says.  She says the man stayed close to her as they went south on the interstate. She says when they were at the Baymeadows Road exit she honked and tried to get around him and that’s when he pulled out a gun. “He’s just straight up pointing a gun at my face just holding it point blank at me like that.” she says. She says the guy kept following her for a while and eventually she was able to lose him at a nearby exit. “It was absolutely terrifying. I’m probably gonna have that image in my brain for the rest of forever, being scared about it.” Furukawa says.  She says she called 911 and filed a police report which we are working to get from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office to learn more information about the incident.
  • Only hours after the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office announced two arrests in connection to the fatal shooting of 7-year-old Heidy Rivas Villanueva and an active search for a third suspect, the community gathered for a vigil in her honor Tuesday evening.  An estimated 150 people turned out, with family, friends, community members, JSO officers, and even strangers all paying their respects to Heidy.  Heidy’s family got emotional as they arrived to see the massive crowd already waiting. GALLERY: Community gathers for vigil to remember 7-year-old Heydi Rivas Villanueva A priest who addressed the crowd, said, 'It's not goodbye, but see you later.' Heidy was supposed to start first grade this week at Sadie Tillis Elementary School. Her family says she loved to paint and to study English. Her father says they hope to hold her funeral in her home country of Honduras. Heidy 10-year-old cousin was also attending the vigil and was very emotional while speaking to us after we got permission to speak with him from his parents. We’ve received clarification from Heidy’s family on the correct spelling of the 7-year-old’s name. When the incident first happened JSO ID’d her with a different spelling and that’s why you have seen her name spelled different ways.
  • Tuesday is the first day back for Clay County Public Schools. Clay Schools say they are starting the year with 36,404 students and if you include charter schools that number goes up to 36,444.  Clay Schools say there are a variety of times when schools start, but generally the schedule shows senior highs schools will head back first, then elementary schools, and finally junior high schools. As those students head back for their first day the district says they have 210 buses which will take about 4,800 students to school. “There some awesome, awesome people here that do a lot for our kids and just they love what they do.” Says the director of transportation for Clay County Schools Derald Sweatt.  The district says if you have any questions about your child’s bus route you can call 904-336-0001.   Following the Parkland school shooting, there are new state safety standards at schools. At the start of this year Clay County Schools say they will have safety officers at each of their schools on the first day. Clay Schools say there will be 29 total School Safety Officers which will be placed at 24 elementary schools across the county. The district says 2 relief officers and 3 supervisors are included in the 29. Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels says those who went through the training to become a school safety officer have gone through training that’s above and beyond whats mandated by the state. “We gave them more, some extra shooting time on the range to make sure that they were proficient in what they were doing.” Sheriff Daniels said. Clay Schools say there will also be 17 total School Resource Officers in place at the junior and senior high schools.  In addition to the School Resources Officers and School Safety Officers Sheriff Daniels said patrol deputies who patrol a school in their area must go and interact with that school while their on duty.  Something else which is new for Clay County Schools is the opening of a new elementary school. Discovery Oaks Elementary school opened its doors for the first time to students today in Oakleaf, off Oakleaf Plantation Parkway. Parents packed the front parking lot as they dropped off their kids at the new school for the first time. “Its exciting because its a brand new school , ya know, kinda got the, got the new new school smell if you will.” said one man dropping off his 4th grader. Some parents wanted to beat the long car lines on the first day. One woman said she showed up in the parking lot around 7 in the morning.  “Any excuse to have the kids out of the house  ya know, of course I’m excited.” She said. Below are helpful maps the schools district provided to help you navigate around the new school and pick up or drop off your kids. For more information on Clay County going back to school you can head to their website at Oneclay.net 
  • Its that time of year again where students return to school and daily routines change after the long summer break. Monday is the first day of classes for Duval County Public Schools and DCPS says this year about 128,000 students will be enrolled at 196 schools across the county.  First it will be high schools to head back, DCPS says they will start around 7:15 this morning and then get out around 2 in the afternoon, then elementary schools will go back around 8:30 and get released around 3, and finally middle schools start around 9:30 and don’t get out until around 4:15. As students, parents and guardians get back into their routines, the first day had some excited. “Oh, she woke up at 2:45 and said how many hours do we got left?” said one East Arlington woman walking her second grader to school.  Others were having flashbacks as they sent their loved ones off to school.  “It felt good, like,  it felt like I was going to school.” Said one man walking his cousin to Sandalwood High School. Following the Parkland school shooting, school safety standards were raised for districts across the state. Going into this year, Duval County  Public Schools says the district is working to make sure school safety assistants are in place at all elementary schools. The district says they are recruiting, vetting and training people to become school safety assistants at elementary schools, and while they continue to train those assistants, JSO is providing support to schools. DCPS says they already have school resource officers at their middle and high schools. The district has previously said they plan to have an assistant in place by the end of the first nine weeks of school.  In addition to the school safety officers the district has taken other steps to keep your child safe. DCPS says the district has added electronic entry systems at 9 schools with 2 other schools in the process of having them installed. The district says those systems are projected to be installed by the early fall. DCPS says once those systems are in place all schools in the district will have an electronic buzz-in system. In addition, the district says each school has a safety plan and a emergency response team, all classrooms will be locked when students are inside, school plans are reviewed each semester, and all offices have a communications line directly to school police and district leadership who can then get in direct contact with JSO.  This year DCPS says 860 busses will take about 48,000 students to school and if you have any questions you can give them a call at the Transportation Call Center at 904-381-7433 now through August 24th.  If you have any other questions about sending your child back to school in Duval the district has more information below. https://dcps.duvalschools.org/backtoschool2018 
  • The 2017-2018 school year is rapidly approaching and as school districts across the state try and comply with the new school safety standards put in place following the Parkland school shooting, we’ve learned Clay and Nassau County public schools will have some form of armed officers in place by the start of the school year.  Clay County Superintendent Addison Davis tells me the district went through 87 applicants for their school safety officer position and they dwindled down those candidates to 30. “They have been trained rigorously by the sheriff’s office and have over 144 hours of training that’s outlined by the guardianship program.” Davis says.  Davis says those school safety officers will be in place at elementary schools across the county while school resource officers will be in place at junior and senior high schools. In Nassau County, the school districts school safety specialist Al Smith says there will be school resources officers at all of their campuses on day one.  “On the first day of school, there will be an armed SRO in every one of the Nassau County schools.” Smith says.  He says those SROs will be from the Fernandina Beach Police Department and the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office.  Other than having armed officers on their campuses, Clay and Nassau schools are taking other steps to keep your kids safe. Superintendent Davis says the district has received around $926,000 for mental health wellness work. “So with our dollars we’ve added more social workers, school psychologists, mental health counselors, along with identifying and hiring a coordinator of mental health, a coordinator of student engagement and a coordinator of nursing.” Davis says. He says this year the district will also focus on training teachers and administrators to better spot students with possible mental health issues. Davis also says the district is close to launching an anonymous crisis hotline. For Nassau County schools Smith says the district has taken a number of steps to help improve school safety. Smith says they’ve limited entrance points into schools, improved fencing around them, installed electric locks, put in easily lockable door nobs, and secured the lobby areas in schools by having a closed reception desk. Among those physical changes, Smith says the district will also have social workers assigned to every school. While Clay and Nassau schools will have those officers and safety measures in place, Duval County Public Schools has said they won’t have their armed school safety assistants in place by the start of school this upcoming Monday. We’ve learned though, the district is working towards training more assistants, DCPS says they’ve hired a second wave of less than 40 people which started training at the end of July. DCPS has said Duval County School Police and the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office will likely fill in the gaps until the district can get the school assistants in place.  We told you Tuesday when less than have of the schools in the St. Johns County school district won’t have an armed deputy in place on the first day, and Baker County School’s Superintendent Sherrie Raulerson said in July that specifically trained law enforcement officers have been assigned full time to each of the Baker County School Districts schools. According to the director of school safety in Baker County, John Crawford, these school resource officers from the Baker County Sheriff’s Office will be in place on the first day of school. Hear what Superintendent Davis says parents can do to help keep schools safe in my full interview below.
  • The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office says foul play is not suspected after the discovery of a body near Wildwood Drive in a retention pond early Tuesday morning.  Deputies believe it is 20-year-old Arthur Wagner III, who was previously reported missing. The medical examiners office is working to confirm the identity of the body found.  The Sheriff’s Office says while their air unit was searching for Wagner, they found what appeared to be a petroleum based film on a pond near Wildwood Drive late Monday evening.  Deputies say when investigators went to the site they found what appeared to be motorcycle tracks that ended at the edge of the pond. Divers have also recovered a yellow motorcycle from the pond, matching the description of the motorcycle that Wagner was last seen driving on Saturday. During the original missing persons notice,  Deputies say Wagner had recently made threats to harm himself.  The sheriff’s office says its investigation is ongoing. 
  • The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office along with the Duval County Public School Police Department and Jacksonville Fire and Rescue will be at First Coast High School all day Friday conducting an active shooter exercise. JSO says there will be an increased emergency official presence around the campus on Duval Station Rd. so don’t be alarmed.  JSO says the point of the exercise is to improve emergency official’s responses if there was an active shooting situation on any Duval County school campus, improve coordination between officials, and improve management planning and response management operations after a potential incident has happened.  Before the exercise Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said it was the right time to conduct this type of training.  “We want to be prepared here. We want to make sure that again were making sure the parents in Duval County feel safe.” Williams said. Williams said he feels comfortable emergency officials have covered all their basis. New Duval County Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene said these types of exercises help the district become more proactive rather than reactive.  “Unfortunately, this is our new normal and our administrators need to be fully prepared.” Greene said. Sheriff Williams said logistics is the main reason why they are holding the exercise at First Cost High School. JSO says the exercise is not open to the public.
  • It’s the second biggest shopping “holiday” behind Black Friday in Florida.  The Back-to-School sales tax holiday is back and runs from Friday through Sunday. James Miller with the Florida Retail Federation says eligible items include clothing, shoes, and bags costing $60 or less and school supplies $15 or less.  “Unfortunately there’s no technology component included this year, so anybody, out, going out to get a new laptop or a new iPad unfortunately will have to pay the full price including sales tax.” Miller says.  Miller says the state needed to move some money around with in the state budget and that’s why the technology component isn’t around this year. Miller says the Florida Retail Federation will be trying to get that tax break into the state budget for next year. Miller says early Friday is most likely the best time to take advantage of the sales tax holiday.  “Only because, uh ya know, Saturdays people have off, Sundays people have off, but regardless of when you go it’s defiantly going to be crowded.” Miller says.     Miller says before you go to the store, you should have a plan in place for the items you want and the stores you want to go to so your shopping experience is as pleasant as possible. Miller says even if you don’t have children who are going back to school you can take advantage of the sales tax holiday.  “Its for people of all ages. If you’re a retiree looking to get some new shirts or shorts or shoes or a business professional looking to get a new shirt or shoes, it’s a great opportunity to go out and do that.” Miller says. He says make sure you double check your receipt to make sure you are saving money.  School gets going again for St. Johns, Baker and Nassau Counties on August 10th, Duval County gets going again on August 13th and Clay County schools return on August 14th.
  • The Jacksonville Transportation Authority is moving forward with a new route from Yulee in to downtown Jacksonville starting in December. JTA Spokesperson Leigh Ann Rassler says they are working to figure out specifics on the new route, for instance where the pick-up spot for passengers will be at in Yulee. “We do know that we’re planning to be able to provide 2 trips in the morning and then 3 trips in the afternoon, evening.” Rassler says.  Rassler says the new route will be non-stop from Yulee to the Rosa Parks bus station in downtown Jacksonville.  As JTA works to finalize plans they need your feedback, Rassler says they will have a public hearing for those interested in the new route at the FSCJ Nassau Center on August 23rd.  Rassler says the vehicles will have wifi on them, so passengers will be able to get more done on their ride.  In addition to this new route, Rassler says there could be more routes in the future in to Jacksonville from surrounding counties. Rassler says JTA already serves those in Clay County in the Fleming Island area.  The service is set to start on December 3rd.
  • A teen girl has non-life threatening injuries after getting shot in an incident near Monaco and De Paul Drive, which is just south of Dunn Ave.  Jacksonville police initially said the victim was 16-years-old, however, in the new incident report obtained by WOKV, the victim is actually listed as 15-years-old. Police say they’re now searching for a gray, 4 door car which they believe is connected to the shooting. Police say the girl, who was hit in the upper body, was in a blue truck with 2 other people when she was taken to the hospital. JSO says the incident is most likely not a drive-by shooting and they are going through surveillance video to try and piece together what happened. Police say the other people who were in the blue truck are cooperating as police investigate the incident. One woman spoke with our partners at Action News Jax, and she says she heard about 4 or 5 gun shots. “Its sad, you don’t know what’s going on, and in broad daylight too, ya know, any body could be walking by like I could of got caught in the crossfire.” She says. JSO says they don’t have a description of the suspect or suspects in this incident.
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  • Musicians, fans and friends of Aretha Franklin, the “Queen of Soul,” are honoring her legacy after news of her death Thursday. Franklin’s publicist said she died at her home in Detroit, according to The Associated Press. She was 76. >> Read more trending news  Fans are remembering Franklin’s singular presence, stage command and legendary performances. >>Related: Aretha Franklin dies at 76 Franklin’s family issued an official statement to The Hollywood Reporter: “In one of the darkest moments of our lives, we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our heart. We have lost the matriarch and rock of our family. The love she had for her children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins knew no bounds.  “We have been deeply touched by the incredible outpouring of love and support we have received from close friends, supporters and fans all around the world. Thank you for your compassion and prayers. We have felt your love for Aretha and it brings us comfort to know that her legacy will live on. As we grieve, we ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time.” Family members confirmed Monday to WDIV-TV that Franklin, 76, was “gravely ill,” after a report from entertainment site Showbiz411 claimed she was being surrounded by friends and family in Detroit. >>Photos: Aretha Franklin through the years Franklin canceled several concerts this year due to health issues, Fox13Memphis reported. According to The Associated Press, “she was ordered by her doctor to stay off the road and rest up.” She performed in her hometown of Detroit in June 2017, the Detroit Free Press reported. She ended the concert with an appeal for those in the crown to, “Please keep me in your prayers,” according to the newspaper. She last performed in November at Elton John’s AIDS Foundation gala in New York City, the News reported. >>Related: The best Aretha Franklin songs: A timeline Franklin was born March 25, 1942, in Memphis, Tennessee. Her family moved to Detroit when she was young, according to Fox13Memphis. Franklin started singing when she was young, with encouragement from her mother, Barbara, and her father, the Rev. C.L. Franklin. She started out singing gospel but launched a career in secular music after she turned 18. She rose to fame after signing in 1967 with Atlantic Records. Franklin’s career, spanning six decades, has spawned hits including “Respect,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Chain of Fools.” She’s considered one of the best-selling artists of all time, selling more than 75 million albums worldwide. Franklin was inducted in 1987 to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. She’s earned 18 Grammy Awards and a Presidential Medal of Freedom for her work. In 2005, then-President George W. Bush described Franklin as “a woman of achievement, deep character and a loving heart.”
  • One of the development groups behind a plan to build a Convention Center at the Jacksonville Shipyards site, is now putting forward a proposal for “Riverwalk Place”, less than a mile down the street. GALLERY: “Riverwalk Place” in Downtown Jacksonville Jacksonville’s Downtown Investment Authority solicited bids to build a Convention Center, hotel, and parking garage at the site of the old Courthouse and City Hall Annex. Three proposals were returned, including one from Rimrock Devlin DeBartolo Jacksonville, LLC. That group is, in turn, a partnership between Rimrock Devlin Development and DeBartolo Development, LLC.  Despite offering that plan, RDD then partnered with Iguana Investments Florida- which is a development group backed by Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan- to propose a Convention Center and hotel for the Shipyards site instead. The DIA previously selected Iguana as the master developer for that site, and Iguana is pitching this Convention Center project as the first phase of the overall redevelopment.  GALLERY: Convention Center proposed for Jacksonville Shipyards “We believe the Shipyards is the optimal location for the Convention Center and hotel because of its riverfront location, ability to expand if needed, and synergies gained from its proximity to the existing sports venues and other development activities planned in the immediate aftermath, says DeBartolo Development President and Chief Operating Officer Edward Kobel.  Now, RDD is offering alternate plans for the old Courthouse/Annex site, where the DIA initially imagined the Convention Center potentially being constructed.  “Our alternative development proposal for the Old Courthouse property will serve as a perfect complement and will provide downtown with much needed uses and facilities that will help strengthen the connectivity between the downtown core and sports complex area,” Kobel says.  “Riverwalk Place” is a “mixed-use 24 x 7 lifestyle community”, according to RDD. It includes a 10,000 square foot multi-restaurant venue along the St. Johns River. Along Bay Street, there would be a five-story, 347-unit luxury multi-family apartment complex; nine-story, 150-room limited service hotel; and six-and-a-half story, 468-space parking garage.  “We believe our interwoven plans for the Old Courthouse and Shipyards will help accomplish this goal and we are thrilled to take this next step in pursuing this vision,” says Rimrock Devlin Development’s Wallace Devlin.  RDD believes these proposals together will be an impetus for riverfront development in Downtown, and could also serve to transform the Downtown core overall.  RDD delivered this proposal to the DIA today. It’s not yet clear how the DIA will receive this proposal, as it still has active bids for a Convention Center and hotel at the old Courthouse/Annex site.  These project proposals come as several projects are underway to try to revitalize the area. GALLERY: Shad Khan’s plan for the Jacksonville Shipyards WOKV has brought you an in-depth look at the City’s proposal to take down the Hart Bridge ramps, to further accommodate riverfront development. Khan’s group continues to negotiate the Shipyards redevelopment, and has a greater $2.5 billion redevelopment vision for the Shipyards and Sports Complex combined. The Laura Street Trio is also undergoing redevelopment, Berkman Plaza II was recently sold, and The District is underway on the Southbank.
  • Drain your property of standing water.  The Nassau County Health Department is seeing an increase in West Nile Virus activity in chickens that are used to test for mosquito-borne illness.   There's also been an outbreak of Eastern Equine Encephalitis reported in emus.  According to the Health Department, human infections with EEEV and WNV are asymptomatic or may result in a nonspecific flu-like syndrome with fever and headache.   So far in 2018, there have been four cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis infection in horses in Nassau, and one outbreak of EEEV reported in emus. Ten sentinel chickens have tested positive for EEEV, and 17 have tested positive for WNV.  Nassau County health officials urge you to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes and to take precautions to help limit your exposure:  -Drain water from garbage cans, house gutters, buckets, pool covers, coolers, toys, flower pots or any other containers where sprinkler or rain water has collected. -Discard old tires, drums, bottles, cans, pots and pans, broken appliances and other items that aren't being used. -Empty and clean birdbaths and pet's water bowls at least once or twice a week. -Protect boats and vehicles from rain with tarps that don’t accumulate water. -Maintain swimming pools in good condition and appropriately chlorinated. Empty plastic swimming pools when not in use.  You are also encouraged to cover your skin with repellent and/or clothing.  Repellents with DEET, picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus, para-menthane-diol, and IR3535 are effective.
  • Aretha Franklin is the Queen of Soul, and while her rendition of the national anthem was soulful before Thursday’s NFL game between Detroit and Minnesota, some critics believed the song was too long. Those naysayers were drowned out by Franklin's fans, who said they needed to show a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T. >> Read more trending stories Franklin wore her trademark fur coat and a Detroit beanie to signify her hometown. She sat down at a piano and belted out a 4-minute, 35-second version of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Her version brought the house down at Detroit's Ford Field, and her performance quickly went viral. For reference, the average length of the last ten Super Bowl national anthems has been just under two minutes. Twitter had a field day with the song’s length, and so did the game’s broadcaster, CBS. The network put up a graphic that showed not only the time of possession by the Lions and Vikings, but also by Franklin. But Franklin’s legion of fans responded in kind, defending the song’s length. “That was a gospel version of the #NationalAnthem,” tweeted John Miller (@jfreemon63) “It's called seasoning folks. Prep takes longer ... but it tastes better.”
  • Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee was among the passengers on board an American Airlines plane that was quarantined in Nashville early Thursday. That plane has since “been cleared” and the passengers allowed to leave, according to WZTV. Here are the latest updates: Update 9:10 a.m. EDT Aug. 16: Huckabee thanked American Airlines employees for their professionalism  in a tweet Thursday morning. “Kudos to @AmericanAir pilot and crew -- handled medical issue on red eye from LAX to Nashville very professionally,” Huckabee wrote. “We were held for a while as medical personnel made sure the person wasn’t Gwyneth Paltrow from Contagion. Seriously, hope the lady is okay -- taken on gurney.” Airport officials said in a statement released to The Tennessean Thursday morning that American Airlines Flight 1289 was quarantined as a precaution because of fears that a passenger’s recent illness might still be contagious. The plane has since been cleared and all passengers released, according to multiple reports. Officials did not identify the illness. Update 8:40 a.m. EDT Aug. 16: Nashville International Airport spokesperson Shannon Sumrall said in a statement released to The Tennessean that passengers were held Thursday morning on American Airlines Flight 1289 as a precaution because of a passenger’s recent illness. Sumrall told the newspaper that a physician “medically cleared” the passenger ahead of the flight, but that the passenger did not have paperwork to confirm his or her health. “(The passenger) was talking bout the recent illness and other passengers on board became worried of exposure,” Sumrall told The Tennessean. “For safety, passengers were held by BNA (Nashville International Airport) Police until contact was made with the physician to confirm clearance, which it was.” Officials did not identify the illness. Update 7:52 a.m. EDT Aug. 16: The American Airlines passenger who appeared to be ill “has been cleared,” WZTV reports. The passengers are now off the plane, the station said. Original report: Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is on board an American Airlines plane that has been quarantined in Nashville, WZTV reports. Flight 1289, which traveled from Los Angeles to Nashville overnight, was detained at Nashville International Airport after a passenger appeared to be sick, an American Airlines spokeswoman told the news station. >> Read more trending news  Huckabee tweeted about the incident early Thursday. “5 hr red eye flight on @AmericanAir Nashville from LA. On ground for 40 min and now told someone on board is sick & we are being towed to other gate and quarantined until all checked out. Can’t get up to go to bathroom or get off plane. It’s the Russians! I just know it!” he wrote just after 6:30 a.m. EDT Thursday. “1 hr after landing got to far away gate where @AmericanAir will hopefully get us off this plane! Medical [personnel] at gate. Hope it’s not because I got that straw in CA,” he added. According to WZTV, “the plane was taken to a remote portion of the airport where emergency personnel were waiting for the plane.” Those on board were instructed to stay put as a Vanderbilt Hospital doctor examined the patient. Read more here.

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