Have you seen a car like this with front end damage?

Police have released information about a vehicle involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash last week on Jacksonville's Westside.

Police said Anna Marie Kelsey, 56, was crossing Lane Avenue South about 10 p.m. Aug. 11 near Wiley Road, south of San Juan Avenue, when she was hit by a vehicle that left the scene.

Investigators initially had no description of the vehicle that hit Kelsey, but on Friday announced that evidence from the scene indicated that the vehicle was an unknown color 2005 to 2007 Dodge Magnum.

Mayor adds $2.69 million to after-school programs

Mayor Lenny Curry is asking for an additional $2.69 million in funding of after-school programs to allow 21 sites to serve 1,720 additional children, his office announced Friday.

That will bring city commitment to after-school programs to nearly $13 million to service more than 8,000 children.

Curry considers this part of the city's anti-gang strategy.

Police: Man killed, another hurt in King Street shooting

One man was killed and another man was badly injured in a shooting that stemmed from a dispute Friday afternoon in the Mixon Town area, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said.

Officers were called about 4:30 p.m. to the shooting on King Street, just north of Interstate 10.

JSO Sgt. David Smith said a 27-year-old man was found unresponsive, and he died.

A 32-year-old man who was hurt in the shooting was taken to a hospital, Smith said.

Investigators said a black Buick sedan was seen leaving the area.

JSO: At least 1 injured in crash on St. Augustine Road

Life-threatening injuries are reported in a crash Friday night on St. Augustine Road, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said.

The crash was reported just before 7 p.m. and has shut down all lanes of St. Augustine Road at Dupont Avenue, police said.

There's no word on the number of people injured or when St. Augustine Road will reopen.

News4Jax is on the way to the scene and will update this story as more details become available.

Florida's prisons locked down, visits canceled amid threat

Florida's 148 prison facilities remain on lockdown in response to tips about potential revolts at several facilities, the Florida Department of Corrections said.

The lockdown means recreational and educational areas will be off limits to all 97,000 inmates. But inmates will still have access to meal halls, phone areas and bathrooms, according to the department.