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Four Visitors Injured in Golf Cart Accident Video included

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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is investigating a golf cart accident that sent four visitors to the hospital. More>>

Jackson County Producers Face Stricter Farming Regulations Video included

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Thirty seven million dollars, that's the amount the state allocated in 2013 to preserve your natural spring waters. Now the Department of Environmental Protection is meeting with producers in Jackson County to implement new regulations that may change farming across the Panhandle.  More>>

R.O.G.U.E Unit to Re-Activate Amidst Recent Crime Wave Video included

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The search continues for a second suspect involved in a shooting in Panama City.The incident is the latest in a string of violent crimes in the past few months. Now, agencies are re-activating the R.O.G.U.E unit to help in prevention.  More>>

Bay County Engineer Receives Cease and Desist For Cherry St. Lift Station Report Video included

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A new twist to the Cherry St. lift station saga, as Bay County's engineer, Michael Fleury, receives a cease and desist for practicing without a professional license. More>>

Walton County Sheriff's Office Searching for Missing 16-Year-Old Video included

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The Walton County Sheriff’s Office is searching for Paul Michael Brisson, 16, of DeFuniak Springs. More>>

Final Day To Register To Vote in Primary Election Video included

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With the primary election only a few weeks away, the deadline for registering to vote is here. The Bay County Supervisor of Elections Office hosted a Mega Drive today at various locations across the county to give people the chance to register before it is too late. More>>

Water Line Repairs Scheduled for Tonight

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Permanent emergency repairs to a 36-inch water transmission line adjacent to the Deer Point Dam Bridge will begin at 11 p.m. Monday night and will continue into the morning hours Tuesday. More>>

Local Rising Star Competitor Loses in Face Off Round In East Coast Airing Video included

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The show will air in the west coast, and if Hornsby can score more votes there, she can still move on to the next round. More>>

UPDATE: Another Suspect Sought in St. Andrews Shooting Video included

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The Panama City Police Department announces the arrest of Andre Daniel Hamilton Guilford, 36 years of age, of Oakland CA.  More>>

Apalachicola Family Loses Home After Fire Video included

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A fire in Apalachicola cost a family their home this weekend.  More>>

Witnesses Hear "An Explosion" Before Fire on East Avenue Video included

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Witnesses say in Bay County say they heard an explosion seconds before a fire destroys the outside of a home off East Avenue. More>>

Diane McKeithen Holds Book Signing for "In an Instant." Video included

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For an author finishing their first book is one of their greatest achievements and for one local author Saturday was the next greatest thing. More>>

Local Divers Take to the Water to Help Eliminate Lionfish Video included

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The lionfish is slowly invading the waters in our area. The nonnative species poses a threat to our native wildlife and habitat, so on Saturday a group of divers set out to become its only predator. Captain Anderson’s Marina and the Diver’s Den Dive Shop hosted their 3rd annual Lion Tamer Dive Tournament. More>>

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  • First Ever Lacrosse Tournament Comes To Panama City Beach

    First Ever Lacrosse Tournament Comes To Panama City Beach

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-07-28 04:19:55 GMT
    For the first time in the history of Panama City Beach sports, Lacrosse came to town to host a tournament. On Saturday, a twenty team tournament kicked off, an event that Atlanta based Dan Kesselring was actually asked to put on to build a stronghold for the sport in Panama City Beach.Kesselring says he's seen the sport explode in Georgia over the past decade, and although he's well aware that the sport has a long way to go in the Panhandle, he's ready to help it grow. "Lacrosse is the fastes...More >>
    For the first time in the history of Panama City Beach sports, Lacrosse came to town to host a tournament. On Saturday, a twenty team tournament kicked off, an event that Atlanta based Dan Kesselring was actually asked to put on to build a stronghold for the sport in Panama City Beach.Kesselring says he's seen the sport explode in Georgia over the past decade, and although he's well aware that the sport has a long way to go in the Panhandle, he's ready to help it grow. "Lacrosse is the fastes...More >>
  • Port St. Joe's Calvin Pryor Out Indefinitely With Concussion

    Port St. Joe's Calvin Pryor Out Indefinitely With Concussion

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:12 AM EDT2014-07-28 04:12:47 GMT
    When former Port St. Joe standout Calvin Pryor was taken 18th overall by the New York Jets in this year's NFL Draft, Head Coach Rex Ryan compared him to the late Jack Tatum, one of the NFL's hardest hitters, hence his nickname, "The Assassin."That hard hitting, impressive to everyone, but, we'll have to wait a little while to see it again, as Pryor is sidelines with a concussion. The safety left practice early on Saturday with what was then called a "head injury." Jets head coach Rex Ryan say...More >>
    When former Port St. Joe standout Calvin Pryor was taken 18th overall by the New York Jets in this year's NFL Draft, Head Coach Rex Ryan compared him to the late Jack Tatum, one of the NFL's hardest hitters, hence his nickname, "The Assassin."That hard hitting, impressive to everyone, but, we'll have to wait a little while to see it again, as Pryor is sidelines with a concussion. The safety left practice early on Saturday with what was then called a "head injury." Jets head coach Rex Ryan say...More >>
  • Autism Surfs Back In Panama City Beach

    Autism Surfs Back In Panama City Beach

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:02 AM EDT2014-07-28 04:02:11 GMT
    About a year ago, Rick and Tonya Weeks noticed their son Christopher, who has Autism Spectrum Disorder, had a connection with the water. From there, Rick, an avid surfer, had an idea, and Autism Surfs was born. Now, every weekend, the Weeks and a steady group of volunteers travel up and down the coast reaching out to kids with ASD, and sometimes, those volunteers are helped just as much as the kids. Two of those volunteers, were Matthew Crane and Isaac Smith, who learned about Autism Surfs by...More >>
    About a year ago, Rick and Tonya Weeks noticed their son Christopher, who has Autism Spectrum Disorder, had a connection with the water. From there, Rick, an avid surfer, had an idea, and Autism Surfs was born. Now, every weekend, the Weeks and a steady group of volunteers travel up and down the coast reaching out to kids with ASD, and sometimes, those volunteers are helped just as much as the kids. Two of those volunteers, were Matthew Crane and Isaac Smith, who learned about Autism Surfs by...More >>

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