Friday Morning Forecast

We have one more day of scorching heat over the panhandle before some rain returns to the forecast and maybe some cooler temperatures.

Some of those options include walking trails, BMX trails and disc golf fields. Other options proposed, like swimming pools, were thought to be too expensive.

Some business owners and locals say they believe the change will be good for the area.

Sheriff Glenn Kimbrel told us they don't believe James Hathaway is a threat to the community.

Countdown to solar eclipse

Less Than One Month Until The Solar Eclipse Is Visible Over Northwest Florida

Pastor spends summer working to feed children in need

Faces and Places

Medical Marijuana

Half-Cent Sales Tax

Bay County "ghost" town onced thrived

Donald Trump Fan Arlene Borges dies at 95

Negative body image leads to unhealthy decisions in teens

Manatee grass washes up on Mexico Beach

Twenty-two women nominated for 2017 Girl Scouts of the Florida Panhandle Women of Distinction Awards

Sole survivor of plane crash is back on the job and back in the air

DeFuniak Springs Mayor speaks about investigation

Bay County Animal Control Adoptions

Late Night Thursdays in Downtown Panama City

DMV will soon release most secure license to date

Bay County Arrest Report: July 2017

Man charged after allegedly causing ex-girlfriend to wreck car

Walton County continues to look at a half-cent transportation sales surtax

The Americans with Disabilities Act celebrates 27th anniversary

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office sees influx of counterfeit money

DeFuniak Springs man arrested for quarter pound of meth found in vehicle

Victim identified in fatal house fire

Removal of 90-day wait period on medical marijuana creates backlog of patients

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In the case's closing arguments, a U.S. prosecutor on Thursday urged jurors to convict former drug company executive Martin Shkreli of defrauding investors in his hedge funds and stealing from his old company to repay them.