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New boutique in Springfield aims to curb child removals, keep families together

Threads of Resilience was opened in the 32209 zip code, which has the highest number of child removals in Jacksonville.

Biden and Democrats raised $51 million in April, far less than Trump and the GOP’s $76 million

President Joe Biden and the Democratic National Committee said Monday that they raised more than $51 million in April, falling well short of the $76 million that Donald Trump and the Republican Party reported taking in for the month. Biden’s reelection campaign said it had $192 million in cash-on-hand as

No points from Erdogan. Turkey’s leader claims Eurovision Song Contest is a threat to family values

Turkey’s president took a swipe at the Eurovision Song Contest on Monday, accusing the annual event of allegedly encouraging “gender neutralization” and threatening the traditional family. In a speech following a Cabinet meeting, Recep Tayyip Erdogan described participants at the contest as the “Trojan horses of social corruption” and said

Family of Black teen wrongly executed in 1931 seeks damages after 2022 exoneration

The family of the youngest person ever executed in the state of Pennsylvania — a Black 16-year-old sent to the electric chair in 1931 and exonerated by the governor in 2022 — is suing the county that prosecuted him. Alexander McClay Williams was convicted of murder in the October 1930

Americans in alleged Congo coup plot formed an unlikely band

Three Americans involved in a brazen weekend attack on Congo’s presidential palace formed an unlikely band under the leadership of eccentric opposition figure Christian Malanga, who dabbled in gold mining and used cars before persuading his Utah-born son to join in the foiled coup, according to officials’ description of events.

Dallas church thief sentenced to 35 years in prison in deed fraud scheme

Whitney Foster, a local pastor, told WFAA in a 2021 story that his $10 check paid for one of the churches.

Police investigating gunfire in Williamsport

Officers responded to Shamrock Six Pack and Grill along West 4th Street in Williamsport around 11 p.m. Sunday for reports of shots fired.

Minneapolis announces plan to flag police officer problems early

The five-year contract will create a database with goals of supporting cops — and preventing the next Derek Chauvin.

Acosta Bridge won’t be lit for Juneteenth, Pride month, other summer events after statewide change

From Memorial Day through Labor Day, the secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation declared that lights on state bridges will be red, white and blue.

Update: Missing 72-year-old with memory loss symptoms found safe

Willie Pearl Austin was reported missing around 3 p.m. Monday in the Springfield area.

Jacksonville city councilmembers divided on use of $150 million in Stadium of the Future proposal

Part of the proposed stadium deal includes the City of Jacksonville and Jacksonville Jaguars each investing $150 million into projects that aren’t the stadium.

Jacksonville advocates offer support for victims of domestic violence after release of ‘Diddy’ video

Advocates at Jacksonville’s Hubbard House want victims of domestic violence to know they are not alone and there is help available.