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On ramps from Atlantic Blvd. and Philips Hwy. onto Interstate 95 northbound were reopened this morning at around 5:15 a.m. following overnight emergency repairs, according to our news partner News4Jax.
The Marissa Alexander case has become another flashpoint in Florida involving issues of race, gender and the state’s controversial gun laws.
Music, theater, film, dance and comedy. It’s all happening this weekend on the First Coast.
A new report from newspaper Education Week (EdWeek) says student achievement is up in Florida.
National men’s magazine GQ has released it’s annual “Least Influential People” list for 2013, and some familiar faces made the list.
TALLAHASSEE (The News Service of Florida) — A bill that would grant immunity to Floridians who show guns or fire warning shots in self-defense could be poised to pass this year after failing to get a hearing in 2013.
The so-called “warning-shot” bill (SB 448), which would amend the state’s controversial “stand your ground” self-defense law, cleared its first Senate panel on Wednesday.