Weekend Forecast

Expect some big changes this weekend over the panhandle with temperatures starting cold, but then warming quite a bit by Sunday.

Two major construction projects are underway in Panama City Beach.

We checked back in with Panhandle Paranormal Investigations to find out how their last case went.

Florida couple gives $2 million to Birmingham-Southern College.

Florida: record number of manatees killed in 2016 by boats

Local courthouse adds extra security measures

Park dresses penguins in Santa costumes

Keith Hullum Tribute

Before Bay High's basketball game, the team honored their late teammate Keith Hullum.

High School Basketball Highlights

Highlights from the games at Bay and Mosley.

Checking Back in With Paranormal Investigators

We check back in with Panhandle Paaranormal Investigations to see what their Halloween investigation turned up.

Submarine veterans travel to Panama City Beach for annual Christmas Party

Shots fired at funeral lead to arrests

Community comes together to help homeless teenage girls

Nude dancing at Panama City Beach nightclub leads to six arrests

K-Mart to shut its doors for good on Sunday

Couple remains hopeful and thankful after tree falls on new home

Former Bay County Sheriff published a book; proceeds to benefit Project 25

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

St. Andrews dredging project underway, expected to be completed by end of year

Annual Millville Children's Parade fun for kids of all ages

Newest Goodwill store opens in Callaway

Trump schedules victory tour stop in Alabama

Nightclub to host 6-month memorial for shooting victims

Fort Walton Beach woman claims top prize in Gold Rush scratch off

Floriopolis hosts Hollywood Holidays through December

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NBC News Headlines

Trump Team Appears to Take a Swipe at CIA in Dismissing Russian Hacking Report

The Washington Post report that a CIA assessment found the consensus is that Russia hacking was directed to help Trump's chances.

South Koreans Rally Again to Celebrate Impeachment

Thousands marched near streets close to the presidential palace, where the president will remain until the Constitutional Court decides her fate.

Foreign Students Leery of Trump Could Cost U.S. Billions

Last year, more than one million international students came to America to pursue higher education — pumping $32.8 billion into the U.S. economy.

NYC Teen Harassed on Train for Being Muslim Is Missing

Yasmin Seweid, 18, who posted on Facebook that men told her to 'take that rag off your head' while on the subway last week, is missing, police say.

Supporters Flock to D.C. Pizzeria Targeted by Fake News

Patrons waited an hour and a half for a table Friday after a Facebook page urged supporters to show support