Larry Spruill, ActionNewsJax

Larry Spruill

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  • WHIOTV
  • Boston 25 News
  • KIRO 7
  • WSB-TV

Past articles by Larry:

Family of missing Clay woman offers $10K reward for her return

A local community is helping to find a 25-year-old woman who disappeared from her Keystone Heights home more than a week ago. → Read More

Increased security at Jacksonville airport as travel ramps up for Thanksgiving holiday

About 51 million people are expected to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday. Eighty-nine percent of them are expected to drive. → Read More

6 students report being raped in Duval schools in first 6 months of school year

Six students reported being raped in Duval County Public Schools in the first six months of 2017, according to new numbers from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. → Read More

Mother recalls the night her son died in swing set accident at Jacksonville park

A Jacksonville mother says she misses everything about her 10-year-old son who died on a park swing set. → Read More

Fight at the Jacksonville fair involving young adults prompts safety concerns

There haven’t been as many people attending the annual Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair as usual. Fair managers believe the event is getting a bad rap, because of fights happening at the fair. → Read More

Arrest made in fatal shooting of Glen McNeil Jr.; best friend says seeing suspect makes him 'angry'

Friends of Glen McNeil are reacting to the news that police have made an arrest in McNeil's fatal shooting. → Read More

Jacksonville police search for man accused of killing 1 sister, hurting another in shooting

A manhunt is underway for the gunman police say is wanted in connection to the shooting of two sisters. → Read More

Study: Duval in top 3 of Florida counties for most juvenile arrests

A new study found most Florida counties are still not using arrest alternatives for juveniles as much as proponents say they should. → Read More

No major incidents during white nationalist Richard Spencer's speech at University of Florida

Thousands of people flooded the University of Florida campus on Thursday. → Read More

Extra security at University of Florida ahead of speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer

The University of Florida is bracing for potential violence on campus as white nationalist Richard Spencer is scheduled to speak Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Environmental health experts from FAMU tour abandoned Jacksonville wood plant

Neighbors in Durkeeville have concerns about a former Wood Treaters facility right in their backyards. The plant has been shut down for years. → Read More

Jacksonville City Council passes Kids Hope Alliance bill

Jacksonville City Council approved the Kids Hope Alliance bill Tuesday. → Read More

Woman said she heard girl scream as man attacked her on Jacksonville's Northside

Neighbors in one Northside neighborhood are nervous after police say a man approached a 13-year-old girl on her way to school and touched her inappropriately. → Read More

Jacksonville woman had to take shelter in basement of Tropicana hotel during Las Vegas mass shooting

A Jacksonville woman described the very moment the SWAT team raided her Las Vegas hotel, seconds after gunfire rang out. → Read More

Oakleaf Publix shooting: Officer in critical condition; Gunman identified

Police have identified an 18-year-old who opened fire on a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer then killed himself in the middle of a busy Publix parking lot Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Federal agent targeted by gunman, shot in stomach leaving Oakleaf Publix

A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer is recovering in the hospital after an 18-year-old gunman shot him in the middle of a busy Publix parking lot on Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Waterline reminds Black Creek residents of storm surge from Hurricane Irma

A water line is a constant reminder for Sean Morgan on how high the Black Creek behind his home rose. → Read More

Arlington residents recieve help after days without power

Hundreds of people in Arlington, received help, Saturday, after spending days in the dark. → Read More

Officials urging residents in Southeast Georgia to stop using water

Thousands of people in Brunswick are just learning about the sewage issues, after returning home. → Read More

Florida roads congested ahead of Hurricane Irma

The roads across Florida have been congested the last few days, but not Friday in South Florida. → Read More