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Published on January 23, 2020
Top Jacksonville news: Deputies kill 1, injure another; ballpark to get name change; morePhoto: Al Muya/Flickr

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Jacksonville police rescued 19 sex-trafficking victims in 2019 — 4 were juveniles

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and Florida Human Trafficking Coalition conducted a news conference with local city leaders recognizing January as National Slavery and Human Sex Trafficking Awareness Month.

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'Significant discounts' offered at Lucky's Market locations in Jacksonville

Sources say employees of both stores received news of the closure in a meeting Tuesday morning and that the store may close as soon as next month.

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Jacksonville mother whose son died in shooting drives to Tallahassee to push for tougher gun laws

Tonya Love lost her 17 year-old son to a shooting in 2014.

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Jacksonville deputies kill one, injure another during cellphone robbery investigation

One male is dead and another is hospitalized in critical condition after being shot by Jacksonville sheriff's deputies during an undercover robbery investigation Tuesday night. A third male is in custody, police say.

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Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville expected to be renamed ahead of 2020 season

On Monday, the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp and the City of Jacksonville announced that the iconic downtown baseball field is undergoing a name change.

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