Andrew Capasso, KOLD News 13

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KOLD News 13

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Past articles by Andrew:

KOLD HEROES: Local teacher honors student with musical

Students at the Academy of Math and Science on Prince say they are ready to pay tribute to a former student who was taken too soon. → Read More

KOLD Hero: Hannah Ochoa fighting leukemia for a third time with

Her mother, Regina, says Hannah fights with a smile and a positive attitude every day. "She's just a fighter. She's an amazing girl, she's such a little warrior," she says. Ochoa also has Down's Sy... → Read More

ONLY ON KOLD: Restoring San Xavier Mission

A team of about six people are hard at work on several projects at the San Xavier Mission. For these workers, many look at doing the work as an honor. → Read More

KOLD HERO: Larry Hecker

Larry Hecker turns 95-years-old in just a few days. However, he's busy around the clock at work, and inspiring others. → Read More

KOLD INVESTIGATES: Purging your past

Identity thieves may be using perfectly legal methods to get your personal information. → Read More

KOLD Investigates: Protecting you at the pump

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - When you stop and pump as, do you know how safe and accurate the pump you're using is? In a KOLD News 13 Investigation - we looked into how often pumps are inspected... → Read More

Make-A-Wish Arizona sends Phoenix girl to Vatican City

One of Jazmin Negrete's last wishes was to receive last rites in Vatican City and be blessed by Pope Francis. → Read More

Blueprint outlined for the Jacksonville Landing

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Dozens from all across Jacksonville got a first look at what could be the future of the Jacksonville Landing. → Read More

VA moving forward with new location for SJC outpatient clinic

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- After years of waiting, veterans in St. Johns County could soon have a new place to go for care. → Read More

FDOT testing crash avoidance system in Jacksonville

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Drivers at several intersections around Jacksonville are noticing small white boxes near some red lights. → Read More

Clay County lifts 30-year ban on adult entertainment

CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- The 30-year ban on adult entertainment businesses in Clay County is over. → Read More

Judge orders DUI suspect on monitor, family questions release

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Police say Christopher Breza was drunk when his car plowed into two teens in January. It was his fourth DUI charge. → Read More

Westside community hopes bee problem is behind them

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jennifer Howell says the swarm of killer bees have made just walking in the front yard impossible. → Read More

Philips Highway exit closes, business owners concerned

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Florida Department of Transportation has closed the Phillips Highway exit on I-95 South for about 4 months. → Read More

Sharing ideas with Jacksonville's new leaders

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- From fixing small streets to crime across Jacksonville, Mayor Lenny Curry and Sheriff Mike Williams heard from dozens Wednesday night at the Art Walk downtown. → Read More

Fleming Island picking up after rough weather

FLEMING ISLAND, Fla. -- A strong round of storms damaged homes in businesses Tuesday in Fleming Island. → Read More

Days of rain washing away fire concerns on First Coast

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. --- The Florida Forest Service says days of rain aren't just helping with the drought and lowering fire danger. → Read More

Deputy "relieved" after positive outcome to 5-day long search

PAMONA PARK, Fla. -- Cristina Pomar, who had been missing since June 19, has been found alive, according to Putnam County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Local pastor knew church massacre victims

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Pastor Mark Griffin has been preaching for decades, and has worked with two of the nine victims in Thursday's massacre. → Read More

Despite heat, JEA will still disconnect for non-payments

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Power bills are headed up for most of us due to the unusually hot June. However, expect little sympathy from JEA if you don't pay your bill. → Read More