Bethany Anderson,

Bethany Anderson

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Past articles by Bethany:

'Life changing' music therapy program looking to expand in Duval County

“Connecting Thru Music” is helping students like Dylan Stanley, 7, communicate with others. → Read More

KKK Fliers found in Murray Hill Neighborhood

“Whoever did this is a coward, they know it’s wrong.” → Read More

Dog shot in the face, left for dead in Putnam County woods

“Someone was standing about this dog, shooting downwards, execution style." → Read More

Big names could throw curveball in election for Jacksonville Mayor

Interested candidates have until 12 p.m. Friday to run in the city's elections. → Read More

Surveillance video captures more suspected “Porch Pirates” taking holiday joy

Riverside residents are getting fed up with porch pirates targeting packages in their neighborhood. → Read More

Murray Hill welcomes over 10 new businesses to the area

With yoga, massage therapy, food and so much more, Murray Hill's booming businesses have something for everyone. → Read More

Local mom says First Coast News 'Kick-It-Up' challenge changed her life, runs health company

Laura Flynn says she's in the shape of her life, but a few years ago, after having eight children, that wasn't the case. → Read More

Family of teenage Jacksonville girl with Cystic Fibrosis praying for a Christmas miracle

A family is praying for a miracle after their daughter's health took a turn for the worse. → Read More

Heart of King Street could see 118-unit apartment complex

Major development could be coming to King Street in Riverside. → Read More

Man at center of 34-year-old cold case speaks before jury

Thursday, Jurors heard from James Leon Jackson, 66, the man accused of killing Tammy Welch, 10, back in 1984. → Read More

Good Samaritans risk everything to save nieghbor's home

How well do you know your neighbor? Would you call 911 if their home caught fire or would you step in to help? → Read More

Couple accuses affordable housing company of 'preying on those who have nothing'

Another couple is coming forward with their complaints against an affordable rental company in Jacksonville. → Read More

Swatting hoax strikes quiet, “elderly” neighborhood in Orange Park

Neighbors living along Wells Road in Orange Park were shocked to see their quiet neighborhood swarmed by SWAT Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Catch him if you can: 6-foot 'Houdini' iguana wondering around Riverside

A few months ago, an iguana escaped from his outside enclosure in Riverside. His owner said she's been trying to rescue him since then. → Read More

Hundreds gather for vigil at Jacksonville Synagogue following Pittsburgh mass shooting

Hundreds of people, from various religious backgrounds, gathered at the Ahavath Chesed Synagogue to honor the 11 people killed at a Synagogue in Pittsburgh. → Read More

Heading to the Georgia-Florida Game? Be prepared to walk or bring plenty of cash

If you plan on heading out to the Georgia-Florida game, bring cash and be prepared to walk a few blocks if you want to save some major cash. Tickets for Lot J, located directly in front of the stadium, are selling online for nearly $700. → Read More

Murray Hill could see bike lanes and traffic changes

As new businesses are scheduled to open along Edgewood in Murray Hill, the city is considering traffic changes in the area. → Read More

More problems at Eureka Gardens as new ownership approaches

Rodents, roaches and mold are just some of the issues residents like, Bertha Matthews, are dealing with at Eureka Gardens. → Read More

Former marine survives third brush with death after freak accident on the Buckman Bridge

Former Marine and life-long motorcycle rider, Gerry Dickson, is being called a "survivor" after battling cancer and surviving bad motorcycle crash. → Read More

Water, gas shut down at Eureka Gardens; residents petitioning for help

Nearly 400 people living at Eureka Gardens experienced loss of water and gas over the weekend. The property is government-funded through US Housing of Urban Development or "HUD." → Read More