Patty Crosby

Patricia "Patty" Crosby is currently a weekday anchor on First Coast News at WTLV/WJXX in Jacksonville, Florida. Crosby co-anchors First Coast News at 7PM. She joined First Coast News in the fall of 1995 as the anchor of 12 News at Noon. She has covered major news events since arriving at First Coast News such as the John F. Kennedy, Jr. wedding, the wildfires of 1998, Hurricane Floyd, and the 2000 election controversy. Patty has worked in broadcast news for over 14 years. In that time, she has won a national SPJ award for reporting, along with several other awards from the community. Prior to joining First Coast News, Patty anchored the 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts at WJBF in Augusta, Georgia. There, she was named "Most Popular Anchor" three years in a row and was involved in Augusta Child Advocacy Center, Guardien Ad Litem, CASA, Humane society, anti-drug programs, and former President of Society of Professional Journalists. Patty is a graduate of the journalism school at the University of Georgia and has a degree in broadcast news. Patty currently resides in St. Marys, Georgia. She is married and has two little boys.

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