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14-Days Of Early Voting Under Way

The general election for the next mayor of Jacksonville, along with runoffs for several city council seats and tax collector takes place on May 17, but there's no need to wait until election day to vote.Full story

Travelers: Now's Safest Time To Fly

The U.S. Department of State has issued warnings for Americans abroad and is asking travelers to be vigilant in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death. Full story

Flooding Prompts PCSSD to Close 21 Schools Early Today

Due to weather conditions and current and projected flooding and road closures, PCSSD is closing the following schools and will begin sending students home at 11:30 a.m. today. Students are being sent home from Arnold Drive Elementary, Cato, Clinton, Dupree, Pinewood, Tolleson, Northwood, North Pula Full story

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Hwy 67/167 Closed from Cabot to Jacksonville

Jacksonville Soldier Killed In Afghanistan

Motorcyclist Seriously Hurt In Crash

Mayoral Candidates See Crime As Issue

Community Says Goodbye To Ed Austin

Police: 2 Attack Target Employee In Robbery

Viewing Held For Former Mayor Ed Austin

NYT: Guide to navigating rental car fees

Predators Post Trash-Talking Billboard

Funeral Service For Ed Austin Announced

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  Fire destroys former community center in Florida

Smoke and flames could be seen for miles in Jacksonville, Florida, as a blaze ripped through a former community center that was a neighborhood staple since 1927. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Needy get helping hand from ‘Clara White’

TODAY’s Al Roker takes a look at the Clara White Mission in Jacksonville, Fla., where those who have faced difficult situations, including homelessness, are given an opportunity to prepare themselves for a new lease on life.

  Boaters rescued at sea

A trio fishing off Jacksonville, Fla., clung to a plastic cooler for three days before a passing fishing boat plucked them out of shark-infested waters. The fishing party – two brothers and a female friend – say they relied on past military training, and spent the time talking about their loved ones

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