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Brittany Muller


Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Past articles by Brittany:

Crowds flock to beaches for Labor Day

Crowds are soaking in the sunshine on the last summer holiday of the year, making it one of the busiest times for area beaches. → Read More

‘Left behind to be slaughtered’: Georgia student who worked as military translator desperate to save parents

A 24-year-old nursing student on St. Simons Island who was born and raised in Afghanistan and worked with the U.S. military as an interpreter is desperate to get her parents out of the country. They were left behind as the final five U.S. military aircraft left Monday. → Read More

More National Guard soldiers deployed to Southeast Georgia Health System to help with staffing shortages

To help overwhelmed hospitals combating the coronavirus delta variant surge, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is boosting National Guard support. → Read More

Georgia girl, 5, killed by falling monument in Blackshear

A 5-year-old Blackshear, Georgia, girl died Monday after a stone monument collapsed on her. → Read More

Jacksonville man arrested on child porn charges in FBI raid

A Friday morning FBI raid of a Fort Caroline-area home resulted in the arrest of a 50-year-old Jacksonville man on child pornography charges. → Read More

JFRD district chief calls for vaccine mandate among first responders

There’s a call to not only mandate the vaccine among first responders but to protect them. → Read More

Doctors hope FDA approval of Pfizer vaccine boosts confidence

Public health experts and doctors are hopeful that the FDA’s decision to give the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine its full approval for anyone age 16 and above will help lift public confidence and push some holdouts toward getting the shots. → Read More

A dream come true: 16-year-old with terminal cancer returns to his high school for a day

The school community came together to wish Talen Birt well and to say, “We love you and we miss you.” → Read More

Jacksonville Zoo helps rescue injured manatee

It’s the second boat strike case the zoo has seen this week. → Read More

‘He was so special’: Jackson assistant football coach Lin Shell dies at 39

Lin Shell, a former star football player at Jacksonville University and an assistant coach at Jackson High School, died on Thursday. → Read More

How will the CDC’s updated mask recommendations affect large-scale events, other public places?

Some businesses are re-thinking their policies after the CDC changed course on some masking guidelines, but how will venues for large-scale events be affected? → Read More

Camden County schools to require masks when students return to class

As Camden County students head back to school on Monday, they will need to bring a mask. → Read More

Attorneys of men accused in Ahmaud Arbery slaying spar in court

Attorneys are clashing over testimony at the upcoming murder trial of three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery. → Read More

New Netflix series filming in Brunswick

Netflix is taking to the streets to film one of its newest series called "Pieces of Her" in Brunswick. → Read More

Local hospitals changing to deal with rises in COVID-19 hospitalizations

Because of the rise in cases and hospitalizations locally and across the state, other local hospitals are changing their visitation policies. → Read More

Mayor pitches budget priorities for Jacksonville to City Council

Mayor Lenny Curry will lay out his priorities for the next year and said the river city is in a prime position for tremendous growth. → Read More

First Black police chief in Glynn County will be sworn in today

Former FBI agent, Jacques Battiste, will lead the Glynn County Police Department after some Georgia lawmakers tried unsuccessfully to abolish it last year. → Read More

Demolition scheduled for one of Downtown Jacksonville’s biggest eyesores: The Berkman Plaza II

Demolition for one of downtown’s eyesore could begin as early as today, after sitting vacant and unfinished on Bay Street in downtown for more than a decade a Jacksonville. → Read More

More demonstrations planned in Jacksonville to fight for freedom in Cuba

Large contingents of Cuban police were patrolling the capital of Havana on Monday following rare protests around the island nation against food shortages and high prices amid the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Man convicted of killing couple, unborn child in DUI crash due in court

A jury convicted 48-year-old Shawn Blitchington of in the death of 21-year-old Ryan Kennedy, 22-year-old Bailey McKnight who was pregnant. He faces up to 90 years in prison. → Read More