Top Jacksonville news: Measles confirmed in unimmunized child; inspectors close restaurants; more

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Health department confirms measles in unimmunized Jacksonville child

The Florida Department of Health confirmed last week that an unimmunized child in Jacksonville has contracted measles.

Read the full story on Graham Media: WJXT News 4 JAX.

Jacksonville boy to be charged as adult in death of 3-year-old girl he was babysitting

Police say Johnathan Godwin, 14, repeatedly punched a 3-year-old girl in her chest and head in August because she was crying. He is charged with murder.

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Market crunch could impact Jacksonville’s recycling program

Glass and some plastics could be eliminated from Jacksonville's Area Disposal recycling program. 

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Sentencing phase continues for Jacksonville teen who confessed to murdering grandmother

The first day of Mott's sentencing on Wednesday took a dive into the life of the teen who pleaded guilty to killing his grandmother. Sentencing continued Thursday.

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Inspections lead to restaurant closures in Jacksonville area

The inspectors' goal is to ensure your safety by making sure restaurants don't have violations that could make you sick.

Read the full story on Graham Media: WJXT News 4 JAX.

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