Families watch Christmas classic in the "snow"

Some locals got a chance to watch a classic holiday film at the Oaks by the Bay park Friday.


A Lynn Haven family is helping others get into the Christmas spirit with a Christmas lights display.



A family is asking for help after a two-year-old boy passed away earlier this week.


It will be a mainly dry weekend over the panhandle with sunshine for Saturday and clouds increasing on Sunday.


Cops For Kids Christmas shopping to help about 250 children


Donation gives students a chance to Christmas shop


Thursday fire destroys a Sunny Hills home


Gulf Coast vs Arkansas Baptist


Blountstown vs Chipley


Mosley Vs Bay


Tyler visits Holy Nativity Episcopal School


Keeping the holiday Grinch from ruining your Christmas


Research shows differences in way bilingual children learn


Local sheriff's office offers holiday home check


Thousands gather at annual Christmas parade


Gulf Coast State College throws pizza party for elementary school


Southport church holds security training


Cold weather shelter opening in DeFuniak Springs


BCSO: Man who set off destructive device in custody


UPDATE: Randy "Bo" Holley taken into custody after Thursday explosion


Friday Forecast


Millville Christmas Parade


Christmas celebration at Eden Gardens State Park


POLICE: Woman drowns in the Bay


TAX REFORM: Sen. Corker to vote for GOP tax package


President Trump doesn't want to talk about Flynn pardon 'yet'


Sign-ups show health law's staying power in Trump era


Tillerson calls on China, Russia to increase North Korea pressure


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