Mentors encourage more girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math

Traditionally, men make up a majority of people who choose a career in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Here's the June 2017 Arrest Report from the Bay County Jail.

Firework sales are up as the Fourth of July holiday approaches, but it's important to know what's legal where you live.

Three women have been arrested after investigators say they held another woman down, pulled out clumps of her hair and beat her so badly that both of her eyes are swollen shut during an argument over the victim allegedly stealing stuff.

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Tattoo artists: 'Don't try this at home'

Update on New Beach Elementary School

DeFuniak Springs Murder Investigation

Learning Materials

Annual report shows crime rate going down in Bay County

Man arrested, charged with murder in DeFuniak Springs

Garage sale? 13 ways to double your money

Man arrested after attacking local with golf club

Alaqua takes on mass rescue

Tattoo artists: 'Don't try this at home'

Bay County family asking for help in finding missing relative

Bay Medical Center unveils new emergency room In Panama City Beach

Fatal stabbing at Chipley assisted living facility

National HIV Testing Day

Keeping kids safe in hot cars this summer

Report: Man threatens Walton County employee at gunpoint

Coast Guard stops searching for reported missing swimmer in PCB for now

Air Force Colonel facing federal enticement charge

Medical Monday: Siblings fight rare genetic disorder

Governor Rick Scott swears in Jimmy Patronis, Jr. as Florida's Chief Financial Officer

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2017 Barrio Fiesta

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Sarah Palin Sues New York Times Over Editorial

The Times said it would "vigorously" defend against Palin's claim that the newspaper defamed her in relation to the 2011 shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

'Better Care' Act No Such Thing, Medical Journal Says

The Republican BCRA health care act favors the wealthy and leaves others with worse, more expensive health insurance, the New England Journal of Medicine says

Nasty Deaths Illustrate Fireworks Dangers

Because blowing up mannequins never gets old. And because fireworks can be very dangerous.

Cosby Unlikely to Speak Publicly About Case Before Re-Trial, Lawyer Says

An attorney for Bill Cosby said Tuesday that it is unlikely the comedian will speak publicly about his sexual assault case, after his spokesman said he was considering a series of town halls.

Alleged NSA Leaker Reality Winner Appears in Federal Court

Reality Winner, 25, entered court Tuesday shackled at her ankles and wrists wearing an orange jumpsuit as two U.S. Marshals escorted her in.