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Colette DuChanois

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  • WPLG Local 10 News

Recent articles by Colette:

Man accused of killing pregnant former radio personality pleads not guilty to murder charges

A man accused of killing a former radio personality in Jacksonville who was pregnant appeared for arraignment Tuesday morning. → Read More

Blade tip recovered from Tristyn Bailey’s body came from knife found in St. Johns retention pond: FDLE

A blade tip found in 13-year-old Tristyn Bailey’s body originated from a knife that was discovered in a St. Johns County retention pond, according to a Florida Department of Law Enforcement report released Tuesday. → Read More

Ready to learn! SnapJAX users share first day of school photos in Duval County

News4JAX wants to see pictures of your student’s first day of school! → Read More

Jaguars fans, what do you think of team’s Hall of Fame game uniforms?

What do you think of the Jaguars' uniform selection for the Hall of Fame game? → Read More

Share your thoughts: How do you feel about the upcoming Jaguars season?

We want to hear from you. → Read More

Cows ‘moo-ved’ off Florida’s Turnpike after escaping cattle hauler fire

Florida’s Turnpike was shut down Monday in Central Florida as dozens of loose cows were “moo-ved” off the roadway. → Read More

St. Johns County deputy rescues baby deer that fell in 15-foot pit

A St. Johns County deputy rescued a baby deer that fell into a 15-foot pit last week. → Read More

Food to be distributed this week in Palatka

Farm Share will distribute food at an event this week in Putnam County. → Read More

GBI investigating after man, woman found dead in their Waycross home

A man and woman were found dead Monday in their home in the Waycross area, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday. → Read More

Evidence of foul play in death of young woman whose body was found in San Marco pond: JSO

There is evidence of foul play in the death of a young woman whose body was found Tuesday morning in a body of water in the upscale San Marco neighborhood, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. → Read More

Lanes of I-10 reopen near Lane Avenue after crash

At least one person was injured in a crash Monday morning on Interstate 10 on Jacksonville’s Westside, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. → Read More

Keystone Heights woman killed in boating accident on Lake Geneva: FWC

A woman was killed in a boating accident Tuesday in Clay County, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. → Read More

Tell us: Have you seen a dramatic rise in your utility bill?

We want to hear from you. → Read More

Convicted felon Corrine Brown running for Congress again

Convicted felon and former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown will be running for Congress again. → Read More

Jacksonville mayor reminds residents to ‘know your zone’ as hurricane season begins

City leaders held a news conference Wednesday -- the first day of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season -- to remind Jacksonville residents to make sure they know their evacuation zone and prepare hurricane kits. → Read More

Photos, video released of rodents that infested Jacksonville elementary school, forced cafeteria closure in April

The cafeteria at Duval County’s Cedar Hills Elementary School was shut down as maintenance staff and exterminators work to solve a rodent infestation at the campus. → Read More

Average gas price in Florida at $4.48 per gallon as millions prepare to take Memorial Day trips

The average price of gas in Florida remained at $4.48 on Monday as nearly 2 million Floridians prepare to take a Memorial Day road trip, AAA said. → Read More

As VyStar’s online & mobile banking platforms remain offline, Florida Office of Financial Regulation monitors situation

As VyStar Credit Union’s online and mobile banking issues continue to frustrate members more than a week after the problems began, the Florida Office of Financial Regulation said it is monitoring the situation. → Read More

Oh, my! Longtime ‘Voice of the Gators’ Mick Hubert retiring

Mick Hubert, the unmistakable “Voice of the Gators” who has excited Florida fans for more than three decades with his signature “Oh, my!” is retiring. → Read More

Police investigate suspicious death at Jacksonville apartment

Foul play is suspected in the death of a person on Wednesday at a Northwest Jacksonville apartment, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said. → Read More