Saturday morning latest on Alberto

Impacts from Alberto in Northwest Florida will start Sunday with breezy and wetter weather.

According to the Panama City Beach Police Department, the victim was taken to a local emergency room but was later pronounced dead.

Some say Memorial Day weekend is the start of the Summer tourism season.

Friday, parents and friends celebrated the graduates at the Gavlak Sports Complex.

Saturday & Weekend Alberto Forecast

Friday Night Alberto Chat

Frank Brown Park debuts new playground

J.R. Arnold High School Graduation

Memorial Day Washout

Panama City woman facing drug charges

AAA Tow-to-Go and safety tips

What parents should know about urgent care

Record travel numbers and gas prices this Memorial Day weekend

County leaders prepare for Alberto

Liberty County increasing school security

Bay County Arrest Report: May 2018

Alberto expected to produce dangerous rip currents

Historic Gulf Cemetery to host Memorial Day ceremony Monday

Sandbag availability

Governor Rick Scott in Panama City Beach urges residents to be prepared

Fire Near Highway 98 Just East of the Hathaway Bridge

Subtropical Storm Alberto forms, heading toward Gulf Coast

Rain not widespread yet Friday or even Saturday

Sideshow performances coming to Ripley's

Grilling tips and tricks for summer

Local powwow to celebrate Native American culture

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