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Shanara Mobley: 'You found my baby?'
More than 18 years after her hours-old newborn baby was abducted, Shanara Mobley gets a visit from two detectives in January 2017. A day later, she would learn that Kamiyah was alive and well, living in South Carolina. Read and see more at jacksonville.com/kamiyah
Shanara Mobley: 'I wish, sometimes, she had never come back'
Eighteen months after her daughter Kamiyah is discovered alive and living in South Carolina following her July 10, 1998 abduction from a Jacksonville hospital, Shanara Mobley is still hurting. The mother says forming a mother-daughter relationship with Kamiyah has been difficult. Read and see more at jacksonville.com/kamiyah
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Trying To Cope With A Severely Autistic Child
Michele Sheffield wants to keep her severely autistic 20 year-old son Harley at home but he has become too big and violent for her to handle on her own. She fears for his safety if he was to go into an institution or group home. Read more about Harley Sheffield: Jacksonville mother feels the pain of caring for 20-year-old autistic son: http://jaxne.ws/1P3TKBl For family of autistic man, a day for letting go: http://jaxne.ws/1FAAzgO
Views: 6623335 The Florida Times-Union
Guitar Legend
Billy Garland, the brother of Hank "Sugar Foot" Garland talks about his brother, whose life was cut short after a tragic accident left him with brain damage. A movie about his life called "Crazy" debuts tonight at the Jacksonville Film Festival.
Shanara Mobley: 'This is my baby'
Shanara Mobley recounts seeing Kamiyah for the first time on the day of her birth on July 10, 1998. Hours later, Kamiyah would be abducted from Shanara's room by a woman dressed in hospital scrubs.
"SCUBA Steve" Cohen's Life After His Diving Accident
Commercial diver Steve Cohen got the bends after surfacing from a deep water spear fishing dive off the coast of Georgia in December of 2011 and found himself paralyzed from the neck down. Cohen talks about his life since the accident.
Shanara Mobley: 'Tell us what you did with the baby'
After her newborn baby was kidnapped on July 10, 1998, Shanara Mobley, a 16-year-old girl, immediately faced questions of her possible connection with the disappearance of the hours-old baby. "Tell us what you did with the baby," she recounts a Jacksonville police officer asking in her hospital room. Read and see more at jacksonville.com/kamiyah
Watch: Grave Digger's iconic driver and son talk about Monster Jam
A record 19 monster trucks are scheduled to perform at Saturday's Monster Jam at EverBank Field. Among them - iconic Grave Digger driver Dennis Anderson and his son, Ryan Anderson, driving Son-uva Digger. They talk Monster Jam with Dan Scanlan.
Watch: MonsterJam comes to Hemming Park to announce 2 back-to-back shows Feb. 18 & 19ack
Chad Fortune drove his thundering 1,500-hp monster truck, Soldier Fortune, into downtown at Hemming Park as city officials and promoters announced that Monster Jam, that packs in 70,000 at one sold-out show each year, will now be held on two days in 2017 - Feb. 18 and 19. Dan Scanlan was there when the truck roared in.
Grand Opening of the Juicy Crab in Jacksonville
SPONSORED Matt Pittman stopped by the Juicy Crab for their grand opening. A southern low-country boil restaurant. 8106 Blanding Blvd, Jacksonville, Florida.
May 14, 2015 Jacksonville bus shooting (front cam)
According to Jacksonville police, a Duval County Schools bus was stopped May 14, 2015 by two suspects at Ortega Farms Boulevard and 118th Street when they apparently tried to fight someone on the bus. As the bus began to leave one suspect shot into the bus, striking two female students.
Watch: Original "Bullitt" Mustang rumbles at Amelia Island Concours
After more than 40 years of ownership by a family, the 1968 Ford Mustang GT used as the "hero" car in Steve McQueen's iconic "Bullitt" movie has been revealed to the public. And as Ford brings out a 50th anniversary Bullitt Mustang, Sean Kiernan brings the car to The Amelia Island Concours with the story of his family's ownership.
Implosion of the twin cooling towers at the St. Johns River Power Park
The twin 464-foot-tall cooling towers of the St. Johns River Power Park on Jacksonville's Northside were simultaneously imploded Saturday morning, June 16, 2018, as part of the demolition of the now-closed coal-fired power plant operated by JEA. The facility had been operational since the late 1980s. [Bob Self/Florida Times-Union]
Jaguars show new renderings
New renderings of planned improvements to the EverBank Field complext were unveiled at the 2016 Jaguars State of the Franchise on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016.
White House Boys 1
Three Jacksonville men remember the abuse they suffered at the Florida Industrial School for Boys and the bitter lives they led afterward. Produced by Jon M. Fletcher
PCH Prize Patrol visits Jacksonville couple
A couple living on Jacksonville's westside received a visit from the Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol. Amanda Warford
Ford vs. Chevrolet - which police car will Jacksonville choose?
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office has to begin replacing its older fleet of Chevrolet Impalas cruisers. So it's testing a 2012 Chevrolet Caprice PPV and a 2012 Ford Police Interceptor and will choose one as a successor soon.
First Coast Gears: National Corvette show comes to Jacksonville
The Vette Masters of Florida Corvette Club hosted the 27th Annual International Council of Corvettes Clubs Convention in Jacksonville, with the highlight being a big show Saturday at Jerry Hamm Chevrolet.
Watch: A restored - and real Chitty Chitty Bang Bang film car - now calls Jacksonville home
Ralph Tyler Spencer says he's always loved the winged car driven by actor Dick Van Dyke in the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang film. He tracked one of the film's cars down in 2007, and has restored it. Now the car, plus a replica Batmobile, go on public display at his new Mulch Manufacturing business on North Lane Avenue.
Torry Holt's finger
Wide recveiver Torry Holt talks with the media about his finger which has been dislocated many times as a result of his receiving career.
Watch: Big Daddy Don Garlits talks about his Ocala drag racing museum
Jacksonville.com's Dan Scanlan talks to Big Daddy Don Garlits, a legend in drag racing from the 1950s through the 1990s, about his quarter-mile history and his classic car collection at his Ocala museum complex right next to I-75.
Interview room footage of Jarred Harrell
Interview room footage of Jarred Harrell
Crown Jewels of the Wire
Collectors of glass and porcelain insulators will come together in Jacksonville Beach this weekend to compare and trade their treasures. Amanda Warford
8-Year-Old Pianist Ethan Bortnick
8-Year-Old Pianist Ethan Bortnick and Saxophone Player with Billy Joel and Elton John, Mark Rivera performed for students at J. Allen Axson Elementary School in Jacksonville, FL.
Florida National Guard Challenge Academy Day 2
Twice a year the Florida National Guard Youth Challenge Academy accepts dropouts for a 5 month residential program to help them get their H.S. education and possibly find some direction.
DTap vaccine
A Jacksonville family recounts the nightmare of their daughters DTaP reaction. Amanda Warford
Discover Jacksonville | Start Here | Mandarin | Main Event
SPONSORED Discover Jacksonville's Start Here hosted video tours feature the iconic destinations unique to the neighborhoods of Jacksonville, and the places that make our city an amazing place to call home. In this episode, we highlight Main Event in Mandarin. Hosted by Matt Pittman.
Watch: NASCAR rumbles through Jacksonville for TaxSlayer Bowl
NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt's No. 88 Chevy Camaro stock car made a snarling run through downtown Jacksonville Wednesday for a video to be shown Friday before its driver does the TaxSlayer Bowl coin toss.
Watch: Emerson Fittipaldi drives his McLaren F1 car into The Amelia
Emerson Fittipaldi won two Formula 1 championships and two Indy 500s. Last weekend, many of his race cars were on display at the 23rd annual Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance. And as honoree, he drove with some revs in one of his past F1 cars, then Dan Scanlan interviewed him.
Nerd in the Know: Dice for Brains podcast
Nerd in the Know chats with Dice for Brains, an actual play podcast based in St. Augustine, FL. This group of novice and experienced tabletop RPG gamers introduces listeners to the world of tabletop RPGs through its recorded weekly game sessions, which are edited to sound like episodes of a radio drama. Since its first episode uploaded in December 2015, the podcast has been downloaded 140,000 times. Dice for Brains website: http://diceforbrains.com/ Follow Dice for Brains on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/diceforbrains/ Follow Nerd in the Know: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nerdknowjax/ Twitter: @nerdknowjax Instagram: @nerdknowjax Background song: I Am Running Down the Long Hallway of Viewmont Elementary by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/honor/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/ End card design created by: Chanel Martin (Twitter: @BirdontheWires) and Samuel Caruso, Florida Times-Union digital media marketing specialist (I apologize for the slight difference in sound between the interviews and intro. I recently found a solution to improve audio quality while filming on my phone, so look forward to clearer-sounding videos in the future!)
Josh Phillips
Convicted killer Joshua Phillips speaks to the Times-Union in October 2008, a decade after he killed Maddie Clifton, 8.
U.S. Women's National Soccer Practice
The U.S. Women's National Soccer team held a practice in EverBank Field that was open to the public and several hundred fans took advantage of the opportunity to see fan favorites Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo, Megan Rapinoe and others
Amazon Jacksonville Video
Jacksonville releases part of proposal for Amazon headquarters
Rusty Tillman
Hometown baseball hero Rusty Tillman lived a life many dream about. Now he calls a tent his home.
Edward Waters College Choir
Each Christmas the Edward Waters College Choir performs a Christmas concert featuring music new and old. Modern compositions as well as classical.
The Glass Armonica
Cecilia Brauer demonstrates the glass armonica, one of Benjamin Franklin's numerous inventions, whilst explaining how it works and its history.
Sonny's BBQ: Pork Collar
Sonny's BBQ: Pork Collar
Watch: Murder investigation at Jacksonville apartment
Police are investigating the death of a man in an apartment at the Magnolia Terrace complex at 2555 Hyde Park Road after officers were called there at 9 a.m. Sept. 14 on reports of gunfire. A man saying he wanted to "see my Daddy bad" was stopped by officers when he tried to get through the crime scene tape. Dan Scanlan reports.
Nocturnal Dialysis
A new concept in kidney dialysis comes to Jacksonville as Fresenius now offers a 'nocturnal dialysis' treatment for patients to recieve their treatments during an 8 hour treatment overnight.
Jaguars 1st Round Draft Pick - Justin Blackmon
The Jacksonville Jaguars' 1st round draft pick, WR Justin Blackmon arrived at EverBank Field with his family to visit his new professional home, meet the coaches and talk to the local media.
Hudson Crash Survivor Jones
Jacksonville resident Donald C. Jones returned to Jacksonville Friday afternoon after being one of the survivors from the US Airways plane crash in the Hudson River in New York Thursday afternoon.