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Past articles by Roxy:

Person beaten, dragged by minivan for 2 blocks in 'horrendous' attack

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office arrested Eric Bridges, 24, Sunday afternoon on charges of attempted murder. He is accused of severely beating and then tying a person to the bumper of a minivan, dragging the victim for two blocks before the rope was cut and the victim was left lying in the street. → Read More

Roundabout delay at busy intersection frustrates some drivers

An overdue roundabout at a busy St. Augustine intersection has some drivers frustrated about how long it's taken to finish the project. → Read More

TRAFFIC ALERT: All lanes EB Mathews Bridge closed due to crash

All eastbound lanes of Mathews Bridge are closed due to a serious crash. Expect major delays in the area. Drivers can detour around the crash using the Hart Bridge. → Read More

Police respond to 2 bank robberies within 2 hours in Jacksonville

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said a young, short man wearing a black hoodie and oversized glasses tried to rob the BBVA Compass Bank on Monument Road just before 11 a.m. Saturday and it's possible the same man robbed the VyStar Credit Union a few hours later. → Read More

12 hour SWAT standoff ends peacefully in Mandarin

A SWAT incident in Mandarin has ended peacefully after nearly 12 hours, The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reported. → Read More

Search on for man at center of Amber Alert

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is searching for a man accused of taking off in a car with a 13-year-old boy Saturday night causing an Amber Alert to be issued. → Read More

$10,000 reward offered for information in murder case

A grieving Jacksonville family that lost its loved one to a brutal murder is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the death of Shawnell Mahone. → Read More

3rd annual Adopt a Bark in the Park set for Saturday

If you have been considering adopting a pet, you may want to head to Riverside Park from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday for Adopt a Bark in the Park. The event will feature adoptable dogs from Animal Care and Protective Services, along with pet-friendly vendors, a raffle and a doggie ball pit. → Read More

21st Annual Toast to the Animals set for Saturday

The Jacksonville Humane Society would like everyone to the 21st Toast to the Animals, an annual fundraising event to benefit its medical fund. → Read More

Search on for swimmer missing off St. Augustine Beach

St. Johns County Fire Rescue crews and marine units are searching for a 23-year-old man who went missing while swimming in the ocean off St. Augustine Beach. → Read More

Police: Man found dead in car on Bellrose Ave. likely shot

A man was found dead inside a car around 8:15 a.m Sunday after crashing into a driveway along Bellrose Avenue on the Westside, according to investigators. → Read More

More donations from Jacksonville will go to Bahamas

Filling boxes with the basics for survivors in desperate need in the Bahamas. That's what a group of volunteers in Jacksonville did Saturday. → Read More

Jiu-jitsu community comes together to mourn coach

A well-known aerial athlete coach in St. Augustine died recently, and now members of the close-knit community are coming together to raise money in order to keep her dream and teachings alive. → Read More

20-year-old Brunswick man dead after shooting while out with friends

An arrest has been made in the shooting death of a 20-year-old Brunswick man. He was shot and killed Friday night in what his grandmother described as a fight over a girl. → Read More

Bahamians get much-needed food among death, destruction

Hundreds of people get off ferries from the Abaco Islands, the hardest-hit area from Hurricane Dorian, to get fresh food for the first time in days. Many other people died in the storm, while survivors lost their homes and everything that they own. → Read More

Taco Bell on Philips Highway near Emerson robbed at gunpoint

The Taco Bell on Philips Highway near Emerson Street was robbed at gunpoint around 3 p.m. Sunday, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Teen dead after being struck by vehicle on Jacksonville's Northside, officials say

A teenager is dead after being struck by a vehicle on Jacksonville's Northside, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. → Read More

New paint for field to kickoff Jags new season

The Jaguars will start off the beginning of their regular season with a new quarterback and fresh paint on the field of TIAA Bank stadium. → Read More

Jacksonville Zoo closes to protect animals from Dorian

The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens will be closed Monday through Wednesday due to Hurricane Dorian. → Read More

Jacksonville closes schools, to begin evacuations, open shelters as Dorian approaches

As Hurricane Dorian grows stronger, reaching Category 5 strength Sunday, and the latest forecast models show it shifting eastward away from Florida, Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry said now is the time finish your preparations and, for some, escape the storm. → Read More