Health department works to stop transmission of HIV by 2020

According to the Florida Department of Health, more than 870 people were HIV positive in the Panhandle last year. Bay County sees at least 36 new cases each year, most of them in adults 18 to 24 years old.

Severe weather is possible again in the Panhandle today. Meteorologist Ryan Michaels breaks down the threat and when we can expect to see it.

For the fifth year, the community can help make Christmas in Bay County better by stuffing the bus with toys and shoes for kids in need.

The new risk tool is based on a treadmill risk score, so patients are able to input their numbers into a website to determine their ten-year risk for a cardiovascular event.

Florida's pension plan performing well over long term

Jaycees delight hundreds during Christmas parade

Bailiff saves family from being evicted

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Fear Free certified animal hospitals help relieve pet stress from vet visits

Congresswoman Gwen Graham gears up for her bittersweet exit from Capitol Hill

Peggy Brannon celebrates retirement with special party

Pup thrown away in trash grows up to be comfort dog

Man from Texas dies after crashing in Laurel Hill

Cooks Bayou fire temporarily forces people from homes

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Addiction recovery graduate plans to spread his message around the country

Serious injuries after two cars collide, both drivers under the influence

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Teenager dies in early morning car crash

Thousands of pounds of food given out in annual food drive

City of Lynn Haven hosts its first Christmas parade

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