While holding a plaque honoring her husband, Robin Kiely runs her finger through her husband's newly engraved name on the Duval County Veterans Memorial Wall in Jacksonville, FL on Memorial Day. The names of five deceased veterans were added to the wall in a remembrance ceremony at the Wall.
A Naval Academy cheerleader gets a little help from her friend so that she can catch up and take a few selfies with some fans in the stands as the Notre Dame Fightin' Irish took on the Navy Midshipmen at EverBank Field in Jacksonville for a soon-to-be annual rivalry football game played in the River City.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses his supporters at his campaign stop at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena on Wednesday, August 3, 2016.
Searchers comb the crest of a hill as they search for a missing woman whose vehicle was found parked at Tuttle Creek State Park.
Homecoming at Naval Station Mayport where this sailor was seeing his son for the first time.
In light of the recent Supreme Court decision to allow same sex marriages in the State of Florida, thirty-four couples celebrated their weddings in Hemming Park in downtown Jacksonville on Saturday morning, the first day that they could legally wed after getting their marriage licenses on Tuesday.
The dance company Dancing Wheels performs at Kansas State University as part of K-State For All Week, an event to highlight the abilities of people with differences. Dancing Wheels is the first professional company in America made up of artists with and without disabilities that educate, entertain and advocate through inclusive dance.
After the volunteers and crowds have left Jacksonville National Cemetery on Saturday, Vivian Jantzen spends some time alone at the grave of her husband, Senior Chief Ross Jantzen who passed away in 2012. Wreaths Across America is a national event where Christmas wreaths are laid on the grave sites of veterans in veteran cemeteries across the country.
Just in time for Mothers Day, the Jacksonville Zoo welcomed a new addition. Madini, a Western Lowland Gorilla gave birth at 8:35 PM on Saturday, May 9, 2015 to a healthy baby. This is her first live birth. Momma and baby are both doing well.
Two young cowpokes discuss the day's events at the St. Johns County Rodeo.
President Obama made a campaign stop in Jacksonville at the Prime Osborn Convention Center.
Three boys contemplate whether or not they want to try riding the Ring of Fire at the Wamego Fourth of July Carnival.
The Kaw Nation held a pow wow on their sacred historical site in Council Grove, KS. Six year old Payton Roberts checks out some of the other dancers in the circle. He was VERY serious about his dancing.
The remaining four candidates that participated in the Republican Presidential Debate which was held on the campus of University of North Florida.
Local musician Walter Parks of Swamp Cabbage wrote and performed a composition with the Florida Ballet based on his love of the flora and fauna of North Florida.
Protestor outside the Republican Presidential Candidates Debate held at the University of North Florida.
An artist makes a portrait during the Downtown Jacksonville Art Walk which takes place on the first Wednesday of every month in Hemmings Plaza and the surrounding area.
Thirteen month old Nkurukoto plays in the leaves in the outside area of the chimpanzee enclosure during Customer Appreciation Day at Sunset Zoo.
Tony Baia, owner of Amelia Island Graphics, pauses to chat while employees Emily and Jessica continue to work in high gear.
At a two vehicle crash on Tuttle Creek Parkway, a paramedic stabilizes the driver of an up-ended Jeep SUV while firefighters bend back the top of the vehicle to free the trapped driver.
Jacksonville lawyer Kelly Mathis wipes away some tears as he talks about the effects his recent conviction for racketeering and being a criminal mastermind have had on his family and faith. His appeal is scheduled to be heard in the coming weeks.
The military flyover at the start of the Jaguars game as they take on the Indianapolis Colts for the first home game of the season.
Frederick Lonzo of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band parades through the streets of downtown Jacksonville with some adoring fans during the band's performance at The Jacksonville Jazz Festival.
Country singer Jana Kramer gets up close and personal with a young fan on the last day of the Kicking Country Stampede music festival on Sunday afternoon.
Papa Ulu instructs a young apprentice in the art of wood carving at Riverside Arts Market.
One of her raptors bows to the Bird Lady at the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire in Gainesville, FL.
The Jets and The Sharks rumble on stage as the Broadway Touring Company performed West Side Story at the McCain Auditorium at K-State University.
Judge James Reynolds examines one of the contestants as The Poodle Club of America held their 81st National Specialty Show at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury MD.
A soldier operates a Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle simulator. Soldiers at Fort Riley have begun using a new virtual training system integrating simulators with real life troop and equipment movements, designed to cut costs and better prepare troops.
Matt May goes the full eight seconds for a second time to clinch his victory in the K-State Rodeo Bull Bash.
Incumbent Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown fires up his supporters on election night for the road ahead after getting enough votes to lead the four candidate race, but not enough to avoid a run-off election with Republican challenger Lenny Curry in May.
The opening of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus in their salute to veterans at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.
The cast of Harvey on stage at The Manhattan Arts Center talking about that mysterious large white rabbit.
Riley County EMS paramedic Trisha Gross checks out her younger brother, Manhattan firefighter Austin Gross who was injured in a two alarm residential fire on Buttonwood Drive in Manhattan.
After being voted in as Mayor of the City of Jacksonville, Lenny Curry gets a hug from his wife, Molly, and youngest daughter, Bridgett while son, Boyd, and daughter, Brook, stand by.
On the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, hundreds of demonstrators opposed to abortion participate in the annual March For Life around the Bryan Simpson Federal Courthouse in downtown Jacksonville.