Wednesday Forecast

A cold front will pass through the Panhandle tonight, so when will we feel a bit more like fall? Meteorologist Ryan Michaels explains...

Health officials confirmed a human case of West Nile Virus in Bay County, saying there's a heightened risk that more residents will become sick.

Hillary Clinton's campaign announced President Bill Clinton's "Stronger Together" bus tour across North Florida, including to Panama City, has been canceled.

A Domino's Pizza employee remains in the hospital after he was shot while sitting in his car in the business' parking lot Tuesday night.

Advisories issued for two Okaloosa County beaches

Families and law enforcement come together at 26th annual Cops n' Kids

Young cancer patients with sidewalk chalk hope to raise awareness

Florida signs off on 14.5 percent rate hike for businesses

Teen gets 40 years for fatally stabbing elderly man

Locals come together for Diaper Need Awareness Week

Added sugar could put child's health at risk

Wednesday Morning Forecast

Watch: Bear tries to join couple for dinner

School district grapples with energy efficiency, technology upgrades

Decision 2016 Political Forum

Panama City Beach gets "Luckie"

Teen arrested for sexual battery

Water main break at Rutherford High puts school on boil water notice

A step back in time with Bill Hudson

Panama City service technician receives Mr. Rooter's worldwide award

Police body cam captures student assaulting school official

Arrest Records - September 2016, Bay Co Jail, Panama City, FL.

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NBC News Headlines

Ban Ki-moon: Aleppo Worse Than a Slaughterhouse

The U.N. Secretary-General said those responsible know they are committing war crimes, adding that it's now "a war against Syrian health wor

Video Shows First Pride Flag Launched into Stratosphere

Planting Peace launches the first Pride flag into the stratosphere using a high-altitude balloon.

Poll: Australians Back Gay Marriage But Not Referendum Plan

A majority of Australians support gay marriage, an opinion poll on Wednesday found, but they do not back the government's plan to hold a national vote on whether it should be allowed.

Miami's Zika Search Turns Up Dengue, Too

Florida health officials who have been testing thousands of residents for Zika virus have found another infection: dengue virus.

The Number of U.S. Troops in Iraq Keeps Creeping Up

The overall number has grown in sporadic bursts since June 2014, when President Obama first signed off on sending troops in the fight against ISIS.