Traffic Moving Again on I-10 Westbound Following Crash

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The vehicles involved in the crash that left at least one person injured and traffic backed up to I-295 have been moved off the roadway and traffic is moving west again in both lanes of Interstate 10.

The crash happened shortly after 11 a.m. near the Marietta exit and appears to have involved a semi truck.

According to Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Bill Leeper, the injuries from the crash are not life-threatening.

There is no word yet on the cause of the crash or the extent of injuries.

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Suns 2011 Ticket Campaign has Kicked Off!

Suns Fans! The Jacksonville Suns have officially kicked off the 2011 campaign for season tickets. The Suns are champions again and are welcoming any new season ticket holders to join us in the celebration. If you purchase a full season or weekender package and pay in full by December 22nd you will receive a Suns Back-to-Back Championship Hat for FREE. Be sure to get in on the all the fun and the chance to watch the Suns go for the rare 3 peat.

Clay County Household Hazardous Waste Amnesty Day Nov. 13

The Clay County Board of County Commissioners, the Department of Environmental Services and the City of Keystone Heights encourage all Clay County residents to participate in the 2010 America Recycles Day Fall Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Amnesty Day.  Residents are asked to bring all household hazardous wastes including; paint, pesticides, pool chemicals, oil, anti-freeze, drain cleaners and paint thinner to the Clay County Health Department in Keystone Heights, November 13, 2010.  Electronic wastes will also be accepted and these items include; computers, monitors, printers, scanners, keyboards, modems, cables, cell phones, pagers and hand-held devices.  Wastes will be collected from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  Amnesty Day is for Clay County residents only and proper identification will be required.  Absolutely no commercial wastes will be accepted. 

Visitors are invited to celebrate the season with family fun throughout Florida

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Florida State Parks is hosting a variety of fall festivals full of family fun this month. From Halloween alternatives to seasonal celebrations, Florida’s award-winning state parks are hosting events for all interests.

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is just around the corner and many consumers may not realize how scary this ghoulish night might really be for their personal safety, their property…or their pocketbooks.

Know the Difference Between a Cold and The Flu

Cold and flu symptoms are very similar and it may be hard to tell which virus is making you sick. The cold and flu are both respiratory illnesses, but they are caused by different types of viruses. Flu symptoms usually come on quickly (within 3-6 hours) and consist of a fever, body aches, dry cough, and extreme tiredness. Cold symptoms are less severe and people experience a stuffy nose, productive cough, slight tiredness, and limited body aches.

Jacksonville Couple Chosen for First Times Square New Year's Wedding

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- How many guests make for a "full house" at a wedding? One local couple will have about a million.

Bethany Philips and Geoffrey Dubie, who live in Jacksonville,  met in Iraq while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps.  They live in Jacksonville.

They entered a contest to be the first people ever married in a ceremony at Times Square on New Year's Eve.

After looking through nearly 2,000 entries, Get Married Media chose Philips and Dubie to say "I do" as the ball drops with the world watching.

Philips, originally from Georgia, is heading to Florida State College Jacksonville to study nursing, and Dubie, from North Carolina, is studying at Jacksonville University.

The couple chose Jacksonville to start their life together after their service in the military.