UPDATE: All dogs adopted at Pet Center after outbreak

UPDATE, 11/22/13: All dogs at the St. Johns County Pet Center have been adopted, according to the Friends of St. Johns County Pet Center Facebook page. No adoptable dogs were euthanized.

Original story from 11/19 below:

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- The St. Johns County Pet Center is always looking for families to adopt dogs, but this time, there's a deadline.

The center is experiencing an outbreak of a Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease, and the dogs must go.

Tuesday, Pam and Matthew Fiddler of Nassau County saw a Facebook post and headed straight to the St. Johns County Pet Center.

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St. Johns superintendent removes self from Lt. Gov consideration

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- The Superintendent for the St. Johns County School District has removed himself for consideration as Florida's next Lieutenant Governor.

"While I am humbled and honored to have been considered," Joseph Joyner wrote in a letter to colleagues, "this decision would reverse the priorities in my life and ultimately render me ineffective. It is very clear to me that I am a grateful man with many blessings. I have blessings of faith, family and the opportunities to live and work in a wonderful place with amazing students and people."

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Ponte Vedra man wins big lottery prize, gives back

PONTE VEDRA, Fla. -- Michael Tracey and his girlfriend Missy Starkey spent the day Wednesday car shopping.

They started at Lexus, but weren't totally sold on anything when we met up there.

It's a decision they probably wouldn't be making today, if not for some wild circumstances Sunday.

"Well, we went to the Jaguars game and then had dinner with her parents," Tracey said. 

For many that would be just a minor detail in a Sunday evening's plans. 

But each piece of the night was integral to the win that was about to come for him.

After dinner, Michael and Missy hit the road back to their Ponte Vedra home.

"We were almost home and she's like, I want some beer," he remembered.

So, after putting up a bit of resistance, he stopped at the Kangaroo Station at A1A and Marlin in Ponte Vedra. It was the best decision he made in a while.

SJSO: Paddle board thief caught on video

PONTE VEDRA, Fla. -- The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in finding a man who was caught on video taking a $2,500 paddle board from a home in the 500 block of Ponte Vedra Boulevard.

According to a release from SJSO Media Relations Officer Kevin Kelshaw, the theft happened about two weeks ago.

The suspect can be seen on surveillance taking the paddle board from behind a cabinet. He is described as 18-22 years old, wears glasses and has tattoos on his right leg and right arm.

Anyone who has any information on the incident is asked to contact SJSO Detective Jeremy Bouchard at (904) 209-3989. You can also remain anonymous and possibly be eligible for a cash reward by calling CrimeStoppers of N.E. Florida at 1-(888) 277-TIPS (8477).

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Woman charged in fatal dog attack

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- A woman whose two pitbull mixes were involved in a fatal July 2013 attack on a Pomeranian has a warrant out for her arrest.

According to St. Johns County Sheriff's Office warrant records, Julie Shumer faces charges of Crimes Against Person Attack By Known Dangerous Dog and Crimes Against Person Injury Or Death By Dangerous Dog

Kathy Doolittle told First Coast News in July that she and her Pomeranian Cassidy walked from her
South Ponte Vedra Beach home to the beach, and she saw a man walking her
neighbor's two dogs on the beach.  

They were pit-bull mixes, according to St. Johns Animal Control.

The Players Championship gives back to the Ronald McDonald House

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- November is Giving Back Month for the The Players Championship.

A golf champion and several tournament volunteers known as the Red Coats surprised the Ronald McDonald House with a $10,000 check.

They also held a Thanksgiving dinner on Tuesday night with the families and their children.

Since the beginning of The Players Championship, the tournament has raised more than 52-million dollars.  

FCN Investigates: What exactly are you paying for at the pump?

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- We are just weeks from the busy Thanksgiving travel season.

But, before you fill up for your trip the On Your Side team has three things you'll want to know before you hit the road. It's part of a First Coast News investigation.

At the gas station, every cent counts.

"I get pretty much what my car gives me," said Michael Bryce, as he filled up the car. "I get around $20 half a tank, $40 for a full tank, $5 for an eighth of a tank."

If you feel like something just isn't right, you might be on to something.

It is Anthony Davis' job to find out

He's one of the petroleum inspectors with the Florida Department of Agriculture.

"We want to make sure that consumers are getting what they're paying for," Davis said.

FCN's David Williams joined him at the Chevron station on New Kings Road for an inspection. Inspections are done at least every 12-14 months, says Davis.