The world will get a chance to see kidnapping victim Jaycee Dugard on video Friday.
Kidnapping victim takes first step toward suing state for string of failures.
Phillip Garrido's lawyer says her client might not be competent to stand trial.
The property where Jaycee Dugard was held captive for 18 years is sitting on a mound of bills.
Court documents reveal the emotional pain Jaycee Dugard felt during captivity.
Sources say kidnap victim living within miles of Garrido property.
Retired federal agent calls missed opportunities "a crying shame."
Jaycee Dugard is on the road to a somewhat normal life.
The two girls are officially in California's records.
Jaycee's family responds to news about an adult filmmaker's plan for a movie.