Attorney Richard Kuritz said as soon as you send a picture of yourself to someone else, legally what they do with it is out of your hands.
All across the United States and world, there is a network of thousands
of professional photographers who volunteer their time to help families
preserve the legacy of their babies who never make it out of the
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Wild hogs are not new to Florida but they're also not native. They may have been introduced by Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto as early as the 1500s.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- From coyotes to feral hogs to nutria, there are all kinds of non-native invasive species on the First Coast, but of the fiercest predators is one you don't see on land ... lionfish.
Foreclosure courts are in full swing across the state including Duval County which has 2,700 cases that date back prior to 2010.
Meth has been around since the 1970s, but it's only in the last few years that it's become a pop culture staple. There are hit TV shows, websites and slick Public Service Announcements. But First Coast resident Amy Cline learned about meth the old-fashioned way.
PERRY, Ga. -- After nearly three decades of working with Bell South, Geoff Burkart was ready to do his own thing.
Candice Buckner had her name splashed across the headlines last August when she was one of six Jacksonville firefighters punished for a risque fundraiser at the Whisky River bar.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Regena Carey has struggled with obesity for four decades. Today, Carey is among the more than 500,000 people worldwide who turned to gastric banding surgery for help.
PUTNAM COUNTY, Fla. -- Friendships often begin in unlikely places and situations. Those unique circumstances give the friends something to bond them for life.
Protests, police reports, surveillance video. You would think we're
talking about an action movie ... but really, it's just buying a used
car in Florida.
Many restaurants now advertise gluten-free menus. But are they really gluten-free? We put three popular chain restaurants to the test using EZ Gluten test strips and we took along local gluten-free blogger Jennifer Gornto to help us.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Duval County judges have likely heard every excuse in the book when it comes to getting out of jury duty.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The images, accusations, and police reports filed against Universal Health Services facilities across the state are stunning. And one family in Jacksonville said they lived it.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- If you want something named after you, like a
building, or a street, typically you have to be really rich to make a
really big donation or you made a big impact on your community.
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- St. Johns County is having another growth spurt. It leads the First Coast with the number building permits.
So-called Pocket Parks are the latest tool used to keep sex offenders at bay. "It could be one swing," said Maria Kayanan, associate legal director of the of the ACLU of Florida. "It could be one rocking horse."
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Since the Sandy Hook school shooting, gun sales
across the First Coast have jumped with people not only buying guns, but
also ammunition and applying for carry-conceal permits.
SANDERSON, Fla. -- Here on the First Coast we have a local Olympic weightlifter who won a medal in the superheavyweight division years ago. His name is Joe Dube and he lives in Sanderson.
ATLANTA -- Gov. Nathan Deal said the decision by U.S. officials to allow
the construction of a new nuclear power plant will mean more jobs for
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's known nationwide for rolling back prices. Now Wal-Mart is rolling back something else: its hours.
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- A former substitute teacher no longer in the classroom faces charges with sexual activity with a minor.
CHARDON, OH -- We know relaxation can help ease stress, but in people with dementia, it has an even greater effect.
A prison riot that claimed the life of a guard continued into the
late night hours Sunday at Adams County Correctional Facility in
Natchez, Mississippi, with no clear word from authorities about what
JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- Several passengers at JIA are going on day three of flight cancellations and delays and there's no telling when airlines will get back to their regular schedules. Some have found alternate routes of travel while others are just waiting it out.
By Roger Weeder
JACKSONVILLE, FL--Local school bus contractor, Gelaro Transport, is giving up the final two years of its bus contract because it's a hardship.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Another twist in the employment fate of several local officers.
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