MORNING SHOW VIDEOS
Veterans and traumatic brain injury: Healing headaches
Nearly half-a-million US military members suffered post-traumatic stress disorder, after the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts. Traumatic Brain Injury-- or TBI was also more frequently diagnosed in veterans serving in conflicts after the 9/11 terror attacks. Now, a new non-drug therapy is working to help veterans suffering from headaches cause by both conditions.
Amelia Island Jazz Fest: What you need to know
Right now you grab your tickets to the Amelia Island Jazz Fest. The annual festival kicked off over the weekend and there's a lot of talent headlining this year. Joining me now to talk about it is Les DeMerle, Artistic Director, Amelia Island Jazz Festival.
Monday Morning QB: Jags lose to Eagles
The Eagles had a brutal first quarter against the Jaguars but they managed to pick up the pieces and stop the Jaguars winning streak at two. It gave the Jaguars quite a reality check on a rainy and windy day at Lincoln field. Joining us today News4Jags sports analyst Frank Frangie to discuss the Jags' recent loss.
Tips on filing insurance claims after Hurricane Ian
Ian passed through Florida, leaving a path of destruction. Damage estimates are as high as 47 billion dollars. It may be one of the most expensive storms in US history. If you're filing a claim you may have questions, so let's get you some answers. Joining us today is insurance agency owner, Billy Wagner to discuss everything you need to file for insurance claims.
Concert to help in relief efforts
Happening today, singers Maxwell, Fantasia and Joe will perform here in Jacksonville. A portion of the money made for this show is going to Hurricane Ian relief efforts throughout the state. News4Jax reporter Aaron Farrar is live outside of VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena this morning.
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Water distribution for residents affected by Hurricane Ian
Happening today, there is help available in St. Johns County for those who need it in the aftermath of Ian. Cases of water are going to be given out again today at several places in the county. News4JAX reporter Aaron Farrar is in St. Augustine this morning.
Coverage from Fort Myers Beach
On Florida's West Coast, the death toll has reached the double digits as rescuers comb through the wreckage, looking for any sign of life. There are at least 21 deaths likely caused by the hurricane. As many as 10,000 people in southwest Florida are still unaccounted for. Anchor Vic Micolucci joins us live via Zoom from Fort Myers this morning.
Pet Project: Meet Cornflake
Joining us this morning is Allison Abbott with Friends of Jacksonville Animals. To adopt today's pet, stop by Animal Care and Protective Services at 2020 Forest St. They're open from noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. And from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Dangers during storm cleanup
Hurricane Ian brought destruction and havoc across Florida and now that cleanup has started there are still dangers you should be aware of. Floodwaters not only damaged homes and streets, they bring dangers like snakes and alligators that have lost their home to the floodwaters. And not only animals but dealing with life after the storm can be dangerous. Mike McCormick with the Florida Poison Information Center is here with us.