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Zachery Lashway


Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Zachery:

Astroworld concertgoers describe deadly chaos at NRG park in Houston

As law enforcement officers began their investigation after the chaos at NRG Park cleared, Astroworld concertgoers who returned to the scene Saturday described Friday night’s deadly concert. → Read More

Deadline looms to enroll for the Affordable Care Act

You only have a few more hours to sign up for health insurance for the fall. This is outside of the traditional open enrollment period. → Read More

‘Panic, fear, anger’: Father says boy spent 1st day at wrong school after bus mishap

One Duval county student boarded the school bus on the first day of class Tuesday, but never make it to his school. → Read More

Clara White Mission chef remembered as ‘gentle giant’

Keith Smith worked at Clara White Mission for more than three decades. This friend to all who knew him died from COVID19. → Read More

Autonomous Saildrone Explorers launch from Jacksonville

When we think about drones, we often think of the ones we see or hear flying around in the air. → Read More

Jacksonville lawsuit argues spending tax money on Confederate statues violates Constitution

More than a year after a Confederate statue was removed from the now James Weldon Johnson Park, a Jacksonville man has filed a lawsuit against Mayor Lenny Curry and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over other statues that are still standing. → Read More

Jacksonville infectious disease doctor seeing increase in hospital admissions due to COVID-19

Dr. Mohammed Reza, a Jacksonville infectious disease specialist, said he is seeing an increase in hospital admissions because of COVID-19 infections. → Read More

‘It breaks my heart’: Soon-to-be dad laments loss of car crushed by oak tree in Elsa

During the storm, a gigantic 40-foot oak tree landed on the Toyota Camry Evan McCall had just purchased. → Read More

Annual 4th of July Throwback Baseball Game played at historic Durkeeville ballpark

America’s pastime on America’s birthday: J.P. Small Memorial Park was filled with fans and baseball players on Sunday for the annual matchup between the Westside Giants and the Eastside Reds. → Read More

7 JFRD personnel contract COVID-19 during Surfside condo search

News4JAX reporter Zac Lashway received a tip that some members of JFRD tested positive for COVID19 while in Surfside. → Read More

Arrest made after shots fired outside Nassau County gas station

Investigators with the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office say they’ve made an arrest after shots were fired early Friday morning at a gas station on US-17. → Read More

JFRD tips on firework safety during the 4th of July

Fireworks will be going off around town to celebrate the 4th so we invited JFRD Captain Eric Prosswimmer to News4Jax today for a few safety reminders. → Read More

Family pleads for answers in shooting death of Jacksonville father

The family of a Jacksonville father killed last month is pleading for answers in his shooting death. → Read More

Body found in Nassau County pond, Sheriff’s Office says

A body was found Wednesday in a pond in Nassau County, authorities said. → Read More

Pride walk on Acosta Bridge supports LGBTQ community in wake of rainbow lights dispute

Days after the Acosta Bridge was re-lit in the colors of the rainbow, hundreds gathered Saturday to unite to support the LGBTQ+ community. → Read More

Florida Board of Education adopts rule banning ‘critical race theory’ in public schools

Florida’s Board of Education approved a proposal Thursday that specifies how American history should be taught in public schools and outright bans the teaching of “critical race theory” in Florida classrooms. → Read More

Travel expert expects cruises out of Jacksonville to resume ‘at end of July’

Cruises leaving from Florida are expected to resume this summer. → Read More

‘Iconic’ Hart Bridge under weeks-long routine inspection

Engineers with the Florida Department of Transportation are examining the Hart Bridge, a process that can take up to four weeks. → Read More

Memorial Day weekend underway: Experts remind boaters to navigate waters safely

According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, boating incidents were up 16% in 2020 compared to the previous year. → Read More

Sulzbacher’s mobile vaccination effort aims to provide shots in underserved communities

Sulzbacher is helping people in underserved communities in Northeast Florida receive COVID-19 vaccinations. → Read More