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Jacksonville (Duval, Florida)

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  • A.C. Lyles dies at 95; producer and popular Paramount lot figure

    A.C. Lyles dies at 95; producer and popular Paramount lot figure
    A.C. Lyles' Paramount career began early in one century and ended well into the next. His unrivaled affiliation with the studio began in 1928 in his Florida hometown when a silent film he saw at a Paramount-owned theater inspired him to ask for a job....
  • Man held in Florida airport threat said he had a bomb, officials say

    Man held in Florida airport threat said he had a bomb, officials say
    A 39-year-old man was charged on Wednesday with falsely telling airport security agents in Jacksonville, Fla., that he had a bomb in his backpack, a hoax that prompted the airport's closure and the delay or rerouting of about two dozen flights,...
  • Medical examiner calls Zimmerman's injuries 'very insignificant'

    Medical examiner calls Zimmerman's injuries 'very insignificant'
    A medical examiner who looked at the photographs and records of George Zimmerman said the injuries to the neighborhood watch volunteer were insignificant, as the prosecution and defense in the murder trial argued about whether Zimmerman embellished his...
  • Museum allegedly denies lesbian moms family membership

    Museum allegedly denies lesbian moms family membership
    A Florida museum denied a lesbian couple the family membership price it affords heterosexual couples, according to reports. The Hands On Children's Museum in Jacksonville allegedly refused to give Karen Lee-Duffell the standard family rate, which costs...
  • Dodgers draft pick Chris Anderson said to be 'bulldog competitive'

    Dodgers draft pick Chris Anderson said to be 'bulldog competitive'
    Shades of Orel Hershiser? The Dodgers can only hope. In talking about first-round draft choice Chris Anderson on Thursday night, Logan White, the Dodgers' vice president of amateur scouting, said the big right-hander had "three quality major league...
  • Dodgers take left-hander Tom Windle with second-round pick

    Dodgers take left-hander Tom Windle with second-round pick
    The Dodgers' first two picks in the 2013 are college pitchers. The club's second-round selection, No. 56 overall, was left-hander Tom Windle, out of the University of Minnesota. Windle, who is 6 feet 4, had a record of 6-4 with a 2.14 earned-run...
  • Don't look for California cities on list of places with bargain homes

    Don't look for California cities on list of places with bargain homes
    Looking for a cheap fixer-upper? You might check the list of the 15 best cities for do-it-yourself housing bargains, published this week by RealtyTrac, the Irvine-based real estate data firm. Shocker: No California cities made the list. The five...
  • Sexual assaults in military: 'Little monsters' now in charge

    Sexual assaults in military: 'Little monsters' now in charge
    Paula Coughlin was grocery shopping in Jacksonville, Fla., when I caught up with her on the phone this week. If anyone has an interesting perspective on the U.S. military’s absurd inability to deal with sexual assault, it’s Coughlin. She is...
  • Scott McKenzie dies at 73; his 'San Francisco' caught flower-power wave

    Scott McKenzie dies at 73; his 'San Francisco' caught flower-power wave
    Scott McKenzie, whose 1967 hit single "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" captured the spirit of the '60s flower-power movement and became a generational touchstone, has died. He was 73. McKenzie died Saturday at his home in Silver...
  • Hans Massaquoi dies at 87; wrote of growing up black in Nazi Germany

    Hans Massaquoi dies at 87; wrote of growing up black in Nazi Germany
    Hans Massaquoi, a former managing editor of Ebony magazine who wrote a distinctive memoir about his unusual childhood growing up black in Nazi Germany, died in Jacksonville, Fla., on Saturday, his 87th birthday. He had been hospitalized over the...
  • Cuts at Coronado repair facility could hurt readiness, Navy says

     
    As the forced cutback in the federal budget draws near, military officials are warning that reductions in maintenance of Navy and Marine Corps aircraft at a repair facility in Coronado could undercut combat readiness....