Top Jacksonville news: Mobile home collapses, man dies; suspects wanted on burglary charges; more

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Jacksonville.

Homeless veteran to get full honors burial at the Jacksonville National Cemetery

John Meade, Jr. was a homeless veteran who served in the U.S. Army from 1966 to 1968 and was honorably discharged.

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Man dies after mobile home collapses in Jacksonville's Del Rio neighborhood

First responders said a moving company was in the process of moving a vacant mobile home to the Northside when it collapsed, trapping an employee.

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Sentencing moved for Jacksonville mother who pled guilty to fatally abusing her 5-year-old daughter

She initially told police she found her daughter face down in the tub, but later admitted the scenario was a lie, JSO said.

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Report: Jacksonville could see 100-year floods in 30 years, due to rising sea levels

A report done for the UN on climate change says sea levels are rising at a rapid rate and could mean a lot more flooding for cities like Jacksonville.

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2 suspects wanted on burglary charges in Jacksonville

Travis Thompson and Jaimee Crego are wanted on charges of burglary and possession of burglary tools, according to JSO.

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