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  • The Clay County Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest in connection to the murder of Jordan Cooper. We first told you about Cooper’s disappearance in late November, when family reported her missing. Cooper had the mental capacity of a young teen, so an extensive search was launched around her Keystone Heights home.  Her body was found in early December, heavily concealed in the attic of the family’s home. CCSO says, as part of their investigation, they started looking in to other crimes in the area, and learned about a burglary in early November on the same street where the Coopers live. They identified 27-year-old Joe Turner as a suspect in that burglary, and while serving a search warrant, he was found in the attic of his home- which was also on the same street. Investigators say they found a bag with women’s clothing near Turner, and determined it had some clothing that had been taken from Cooper’s home. They also have Turner’s DNA on a band-aid that was found in Cooper’s attic and on the sexual assault kit taken during the investigation. Turner has been arrested for murder, burglary, and sexual battery. Investigators say Cooper and Turner knew each other as neighbors, but didn’t have much familiarity with each other beyond that. They’re still working to determine the exact motive for the murder. They’re asking you to come forward if you’ve had any interaction with Turner, as the investigation continues. Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels read a statement from Cooper’s family, which thanked the community for their support, but asked for privacy so they can grieve. This is a developing story that will be updated through the day.
  • President Donald Trump will not make a planned trip to Mar-a-Lago today because of a looming federal government shutdown, a White House official told The Palm Beach Post on Friday morning. >> Read more trending news Trump was scheduled to arrive at Palm Beach International Airport tonight for a weekend trip that included a Saturday fundraiser for his 2020 re-election campaign at Mar-a-Lago. The official who confirmed today’s travel is off did not address the president’s plans for the remainder of the weekend. Trump was planning to make the 12th Palm Beach visit of his presidency. But Congress has not reached a spending agreement to keep the federal government operating past midnight. Saturday is the one-year anniversary of Trump taking office. The Trump campaign recently announced a “special sweepstakes” in which a winner will get to attend dinner Saturday at Mar-a-Lago with Trump, first lady Melania Trump and Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump.
  • The fight over a border wall, the fate of nearly 800,000 DACA recipients, and the wrangling over the funding of an insurance program for children could force a U.S. government shutdown after midnight on Friday if Congress does not pass legislation that would keep the government up and running. While negotiations on a temporary spending bill, called a continuing resolution, are ongoing, House Republican leaders said late Wednesday that  they lacked the votes to prevent a shutdown, but that they are pressing members to back Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, (R-Wisconsin), on the  temporary spending bill. “I think it passes,” Republican Study Committee Chairman Mark Walker, (R-North Carolina), told reporters on Wednesday. “I don’t think it’s overwhelming, but I think it passes.”  >>Read more trending news What would happen if no bill is passed and the government “shuts down?” Here’s what to expect: First, a government shutdown doesn’t mean the government completely shuts down. Employees and services deemed “essential” would remain in place. About half of the federal employee workforce, however, could be furloughed – sent home without pay. Government agencies would shut down because of the lack of a bill that funds services those agencies provide. What Congress will be considering Thursday night and Friday is a continuing resolution, a way to temporarily fund the government. What is a continuing resolution? A continuing resolution, or “CR,” is legislation that funds government operations at the current spending level. In normal years, a bill that funds government operations is signed by Oct. 1, which is the end of the fiscal year. That didn’t happen this year. CRs can fund the government for days, weeks or months. The CR that could be considered Thursday would fund the government through Feb. 16. Here is a list of services and how they would be affected if a CR is not passed by Friday night:Air travel Air travel would not be affected as federal air traffic controllers would remain on the job and Transportation Security Administration screeners would remain in place.Federal court For about two weeks, federal courts would continue operating normally. After that time, the judiciary would have to furlough employees not considered essential.Food safety The Food and Drug Administration would handle high-risk recalls. Most routine safety inspections would be halted.Health Patients in the National Institutes of Health would continue to be treated. New patients would not be accepted until a funding bill is in place.International travel  You could still get a passport and visa applications would still be processed by the State Department. Fees collected when someone applies for a visa or a passport fund those services.Loans  The Federal Housing Administration, the agency that guarantees about 30 percent of all American home mortgages, wouldn't be able to underwrite or approve any new loans during a shutdown, causing a delay for those using one of those loans to purchase a home. The mail You would still get mail, as the U.S. Postal Service is not funded by taxpayer dollars for everyday operations.Military Active-duty military personnel would stay on duty, but their paychecks would be delayed.National parks All national parks would be closed, as would the Smithsonian museums. Visitors in overnight campgrounds in national parks would be given 48 hours to make alternate arrangements and leave the park.School lunches, SNAP and WIC School breakfasts and lunches funded by the federal government would not be affected. The Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, or WIC, could be affected. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, which used to be called the Food Stamp Program, would continue to be funded and SNAP benefits would continue to be distributed. But several smaller feeding programs would not have the money to operate.Science The National Weather Service would keep forecasting weather.Social Security Social Security, Medicare and unemployment benefits would be paid, but new applications for those payments could be delayed. Veterans services Most services offered through the Department of Veterans Affairs would continue.Sources: The Associated Press; Politico; the Congressional Research Service   
  • The search for a missing Keystone Heights woman has come to a tragic end.  The Clay County Sheriff's Office is now confirming a body found inside Jordan Cooper's home on Payne Road is, in fact, Cooper. Sheriff Darryl Daniels says the Medical Examiner's Office was able to confirm the identity, using dental records.  Cooper, 25, had been missing since November 25th, and was said to have the mental capacity of a young teen.  The sheriff's office says they are not releasing any other details at this time, only saying foul play is suspected in Cooper's death.
  • Friday- Marvel Universe LIVE- This is perfect for the family! Over 25 Marvel Super Heroes and Villains performing high-energy stunts, tricks and manuevers. Multiple showings starting on Friday and running through Sunday! Jake Owen at The Florida Theatre- Doors open at 8pm and tickets start at $87. Saturday- Jax Health and Wellness Expo- free event at Morocco Shrine Auditorium between 10am and 2pm keeping those resolutions going strong! Mac and Cheese cook off at Bartram park Brewz- from 2-5pm, you can’t go wrong with craft beer and Mac and Cheese. Everyone’s a winner! Jacksonville Giants vs Fayetteville Flight- Miss basketball? The Giants play at UNF arena at 7pm. This family friendly game starts at 7pm. Morning Fatty at Surfer Bar- In the mood for some dub/reggae? 21+ and it’s FREE Sunday- Women’s Day of Action at the Landing between and 11am and 3pm- Marking the one year-anniversary of the largest political protest in rcent history, Women’s March Florida is leading a statewide day of action to bring awareness and support to Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands and the Florida Keys. Jags Watch Party at Mellow Mushroom in Avondale starting at 3pm- CBS 47 Action News Jax will be there filming “Jags All Access” show too!

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