HCSO: Esto woman attacked by man lying on side of the road

A woman ran into a bit of trouble Saturday night in Esto while trying to be a good Samaritan.


They say the burglaries happened at the Panama Racquet Club on Highway 390 Saturday.



This summer, it's likely locals and tourists will take some time to enjoy the emerald green water of the Gulf of Mexico, but if they're not careful it can turn deadly.


It will be another hot day with limited chances of rain over the panhandle.


Philip Levine opens campaign office in Panama City


State health department delays adding more medical cannabis growers


Walton County, Freeport, and DeFuniak Springs leaders team up for 331 water and sewer project


Beach Safety


Esto Assault


Tuesday Morning Forecast


Farmer's market coupon distribution


Bay District Schools offering credit recovery


Kids bored? Fun dollar store outdoor fun…


Local teacher named Florida's FFA Advisor of the Year


Jackson County Sheriff's Office Summer Camp



Fire destroys Calhoun County home


Volunteers needed to help clean local cemeteries


Westville man facing charges after allegedly attack victim with axe handle


"Computer fix" scam hitting Crestview area


Qualifying opens for primary elections


Victims identified in DeFuniak Springs fatal fire


Tips on avoiding medicare fraud


Lynn Haven police investigate drive-by shooting


UPDATE: Police identify man killed in apparent work accident


Medical Monday: Sibling class for expanding families


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Carrabba's chef showcases healthy summer dishes


Senate bill would block WH deal with Chinese telecom company


LIVE: FBI director, DOJ inspector general testify on Clinton probe report


2 federal agencies take closer look into Tesla fire


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Kim Jong Un is suddenly making foreign trips galore

The North Korean leader's trip comes as ties between Beijing and Washington are being tested by a major trade dispute.

More school districts offering firearms training to teachers

"I need to have that weapon on me at all times in case something would happen," an Ohio teacher said. "I know the other teachers feel the same way."

Violence mars election campaign in Erdogan's Turkey

Voters will choose a Parliament as well as a president on Sunday, and polls suggest both elections will be closer than expected.

'Thirsty for peace' Afghans march for 38 days, vow that's just the beginning

"When I saw their bleeding and blistered feet, I could not control my tears so I decided to join them," one participant said.

Trump's 'deal of the century' can't escape America's past Mideast failures

No one interviewed in the West Bank town of Abu Dis welcomed the idea of it becoming a Palestinian capital.