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Floods, roaches and mold: Single mother of four wants out of her apartment on San Pablo


Created: Sat, 30 Jul 2022 04:00:36 GMT

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Management from Spinnaker Apartments in San Pablo said they can't comment.

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Mother frustrated after flooding in apartment complex on the Westside


Created: Fri, 22 Jul 2022 00:54:39 GMT

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This complex underwent a 45 million dollar renovation 2021 but a neighbor says there are still problems and she’s concerned for her family’s safety.

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'Too trustworthy:' Family loses $58,000 to Jacksonville interior designer for work that never happened


Created: Fri, 15 Jul 2022 22:51:49 GMT

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Carol Welden and her husband agreed to pay $58,000 to Sweet Southern Pickins to decorate their new retirement home. But, they say the work never got started.

Read more: 'Too trustworthy:' Family loses $58,000 to Jacksonville interior designer for work that never happened


'It sucks up so much time': Couple still fighting 4 years later to get their $35,000 back from Bank of America


Created: Fri, 20 May 2022 03:33:25 GMT

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Despite a civil lawsuit, media coverage and a rightful claim to their $35,000, couple says they are still being stonewalled by BOA.

Read more: 'It sucks up so much time': Couple still fighting 4 years later to get their $35,000 back from Bank of America


On Your Side: Searching for solutions, alternatives during baby formula shortage


Created: Sat, 14 May 2022 23:10:31 GMT

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A local lactation specialist suggests calling your pediatrician and ask for samples, or calling the manufacture directly.

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Help is available now that OUR Florida is done accepting applications


Created: Fri, 13 May 2022 23:20:19 GMT

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The window to apply for the rental assistance program OUR Florida is closed, so what's next if you still need help?

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Will driving from North Florida to Georgia for gas really save you money?


Created: Tue, 10 May 2022 00:09:36 GMT

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We drove to Kingsland, Georgia where we found several Floridians filling up their cars at $3.89 per gallon.

Read more: Will driving from North Florida to Georgia for gas really save you money?


On Your Side: Man issues warning to others after $85 parking ticket in St. Augustine


Created: Thu, 14 Apr 2022 00:02:32 GMT

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A privately owned St. Augustine parking lot is charging people who overstay up to $85

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Jacksonville couple dealing with harmful mold in apartment, feel rental property has taken advantage of them


Created: Wed, 13 Apr 2022 19:49:05 GMT

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Tom and Joan Howard, who is undergoing cancer treatment, say Shoreline Community Apartments will charge them $1,400 for not giving 60 days notice before moving out.

Read more: Jacksonville couple dealing with harmful mold in apartment, feel rental property has taken advantage of them


Faced with over $100,000 in damage, Jacksonville woman issues warning after insurance settlement


Created: Thu, 07 Apr 2022 01:07:23 GMT

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DeVela Cargin is a few weeks away from being back home a year after a broken pipe forced her out of her home.

Read more: Faced with over $100,000 in damage, Jacksonville woman issues warning after insurance settlement


Despite working two jobs, Jacksonville man can't get approved for a new apartment


Created: Fri, 25 Mar 2022 04:23:11 GMT

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“I've gotten to the situation where I'm going to have to stay at an extended stay hotel that I can't afford, but I don't have a choice."

Read more: Despite working two jobs, Jacksonville man can't get approved for a new apartment


Former Clay Co. gym owner says he's owed $76,000 by auctioneer


Created: Wed, 16 Feb 2022 01:49:12 GMT

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According to documents from CCSO's investigation, the auction company's owner had a history of “financial issues” stemming from real estate transactions.

Read more: Former Clay Co. gym owner says he's owed $76,000 by auctioneer


Sleeping Safely: Millions of CPAP machines recalled, now what?


Created: Tue, 15 Feb 2022 11:54:30 GMT

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If you're still waiting to receive your replacement CPAP, we explore 5 options that might help you sleep safely while you wait for your new device.

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Atlantic Beach family facing rent hike receives help from community, finds a new place to live


Created: Fri, 04 Feb 2022 04:31:54 GMT

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The family was approved and signed the lease for an apartment in Orange Park last week. As of Thursday, it's officially theirs.

Read more: Atlantic Beach family facing rent hike receives help from community, finds a new place to live


Jacksonville woman 'alive and well' despite being declared dead for months


Created: Fri, 21 Jan 2022 16:04:46 GMT

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The Social Security Administration declared Carmen Rivera dead and as a result many of her personal accounts were frozen.

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Residents angered as trash piles up at Jacksonville apartment complex: 'As long as you pay rent, that's all that matters'


Created: Thu, 20 Jan 2022 04:29:27 GMT

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Residents at Brookwood Forest say trash piles up often.

Read more: Residents angered as trash piles up at Jacksonville apartment complex: 'As long as you pay rent, that's all that matters'


On Your Side: Answering your questions about the SCOTUS ruling on vaccine mandates


Created: Mon, 17 Jan 2022 18:36:16 GMT

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A local legal expert weighed in on how the ruling on vaccine mandates could affect you.

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JTA hiring bus drivers, riders claim driver shortage making them late to work


Created: Tue, 11 Jan 2022 12:53:04 GMT

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For months, First Coast News has been staying on top of this topic. For the first time, JTA is doing a sit-down interview about it.

Read more: JTA hiring bus drivers, riders claim driver shortage making them late to work


Baymeadows neighborhood lake restored after On Your Side team investigates drainage


Created: Fri, 07 Jan 2022 04:38:02 GMT

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Jacksonville City Councilman Danny Becton says the developer, D.R. Horton, adjusted the drainage outfall, which eventually brought the lake level back.

Read more: Baymeadows neighborhood lake restored after On Your Side team investigates drainage


'I'm at wits end' | Home renter alleges landlord neglected poor living conditions for months leading to mold growth


Created: Thu, 06 Jan 2022 01:01:57 GMT

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Koch says she first noticed mold when her sink and roof were leaking in August. She says she's been in a battle with her landlord to get the issue fixed ever since.

Read more: 'I'm at wits end' | Home renter alleges landlord neglected poor living conditions for months leading to mold growth


Mother of 3 devastated after she says she bought worthless gift card


Created: Mon, 03 Jan 2022 21:52:19 GMT

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The BBB has reportedly received many complaints of this zero-balance scam regarding gift cards.

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'He perdido todo' | Mujer es desalojada después de recibir NUESTRA asistencia de alquiler de la Florida


Created: Sat, 18 Dec 2021 06:47:49 GMT

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"Durante toda la pandemia, pagué mi alquiler, pagué todas mis cuentas", dijo Josephine Bisono. "Solo necesité ayuda para los meses de septiembre y octubre."

Read more: 'He perdido todo' | Mujer es desalojada después de recibir NUESTRA asistencia de alquiler de la Florida


'Everything is gone' | Woman evicted after receiving OUR Florida rental assistance


Created: Fri, 17 Dec 2021 23:23:08 GMT

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"The whole pandemic I paid my rent, I paid all of my bills," Josephine Bisono said. "It was only for the months of September and October that I needed help with."

Read more: 'Everything is gone' | Woman evicted after receiving OUR Florida rental assistance


Jacksonville's economic growth surpasses city's expectations


Created: Fri, 17 Dec 2021 10:40:09 GMT

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Since Mayor Lenny Curry took office in July 2015, data shows more than 12,000 new jobs have been created in Jacksonville.

Read more: Jacksonville's economic growth surpasses city's expectations


Jacksonville mother facing eviction after being denied rental assistance


Created: Thu, 09 Dec 2021 03:17:57 GMT

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Victoria Hall has been denied renter's assistance twice without being given a reason for the denials.

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Study suggests Georgia Pacific plant as source of foul odor in Brunswick


Created: Wed, 01 Dec 2021 22:43:05 GMT

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Although no single source has been found, an investigation suggests that "the odor is coming from a 1-mile radius."

Read more: Study suggests Georgia Pacific plant as source of foul odor in Brunswick


Navy officer in fight with homeowner's insurance over water damaged home


Created: Tue, 30 Nov 2021 23:49:24 GMT

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"In February, I had a pipe burst, and it pretty much flooded the entire floor of the house."

Read more: Navy officer in fight with homeowner's insurance over water damaged home


Toxic Trouble: Millions of CPAP, BiPAP and ventilators recalled


Created: Tue, 30 Nov 2021 17:01:56 GMT

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Philips Respironics is recalling millions of CPAP, BiPAP and ventilators due to potential health risks related to polyester-based polyurethane sound abatement foam.

Read more: Toxic Trouble: Millions of CPAP, BiPAP and ventilators recalled


'We won, but we lost' | Air Force veteran still in fight with HOA over right to fly American flag


Created: Tue, 30 Nov 2021 01:20:20 GMT

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After spending tens of thousands of dollars and being forced to sell his home in the Sweetwater community, the court awarded Murphee a total of $1,223.

Read more: 'We won, but we lost' | Air Force veteran still in fight with HOA over right to fly American flag


Growing Pains: How the increase in population is causing concerns with increase in trash


Created: Tue, 23 Nov 2021 04:32:23 GMT

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According to St. Johns County figures, in five years, the number of households paying for garbage pickup climbed by 20,000.

Read more: Growing Pains: How the increase in population is causing concerns with increase in trash


When will Jacksonville residents get recycling pickup back? City says it might be awhile


Created: Thu, 18 Nov 2021 18:43:34 GMT

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“We have seen a marked improvement, but we are still evaluating the situation to determine when we can return to regular recycling,” Mayor Curry said in a statement.

Read more: When will Jacksonville residents get recycling pickup back? City says it might be awhile


I'm Telling Ken: Mother of pandemic baby speaks about concerns and challenges


Created: Tue, 16 Nov 2021 23:13:36 GMT

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"We don't help each other. We don't worry about the person that can't afford the diapers, or the mom that is working 40 hours a week," Cora Giblin said.

Read more: I'm Telling Ken: Mother of pandemic baby speaks about concerns and challenges


I'm Telling Ken: St. Augustine residents insist county do more for aging boat ramp


Created: Wed, 10 Nov 2021 00:33:29 GMT

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"The problem is the slow reaction from St. Johns county to remedy this, it is causing a lot of anguish among people," a St. Augustine local said.

Read more: I'm Telling Ken: St. Augustine residents insist county do more for aging boat ramp


'We were prisoners of the smoke' | Nassau County homeowners worried after nearby burning of debris is set to resume


Created: Tue, 09 Nov 2021 17:20:56 GMT

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During their meeting Monday night, county commissioners voted 3-2 to approve an agreement with the developer, Century Communities.

Read more: 'We were prisoners of the smoke' | Nassau County homeowners worried after nearby burning of debris is set to resume


'I'm very discouraged right now': Floridians struggle to find employment


Created: Wed, 03 Nov 2021 13:10:33 GMT

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Thousands of Floridians are trying to get hired and get out of the unemployment maze.

Read more: 'I'm very discouraged right now': Floridians struggle to find employment


When will gas prices stop climbing in Florida?


Created: Wed, 20 Oct 2021 10:24:54 GMT

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Economy and finance expert Mickey Cargile says crude oil currently trades at almost $83 a barrel – up 98% over the last year, which is forcing gas prices to spike.

Read more: When will gas prices stop climbing in Florida?


On Your Side: How to stay competitive against big business when buying a home


Created: Thu, 07 Oct 2021 05:09:21 GMT

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Some buyers say they’re losing to big, cash offers from local institutions that are investing in properties.

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New Northeast Florida task force to help Afghan evacuees with free legal service


Created: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 11:21:59 GMT

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Dozens of local attorneys will be volunteering at a clinic on Oct. 9 and 10 to help complete humanitarian petitions.

Read more: New Northeast Florida task force to help Afghan evacuees with free legal service


City of Jacksonville looking to use $4M in federal funding to help with yard waste collection


Created: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 04:50:04 GMT

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Yard waste accounted for 62% of the thousands of formal complaints of missed collections over the past six months, according to city records.

Read more: City of Jacksonville looking to use $4M in federal funding to help with yard waste collection


Dinsmore residents blame new development for flooding concerns


Created: Tue, 21 Sep 2021 21:39:21 GMT

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"A few days ago it flooded from the street all the way up to this power pole, about 200 feet," resident Bob Terrell said.

Read more: Dinsmore residents blame new development for flooding concerns

 
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