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State Attorney's Office: Officer did not break the law in circumstances surrounding Barbra Dawson's death

The State Attorney's Office has deemed the actions of a Blountstown Police Officer to be "appropriate," when he escorted a woman out of a hospital before she collapsed and later died in December 2015.


Gulf World Marine Park has a lot of new activities this summer. You can get the fun started this Memorial Day weekend.


The Florida Gators have been synonymous with success in softball the last two years. Now they're looking for their third straight national championship.



Congratulations to Thomas Stallworth, our final Golden Apple Award winner of the school year! He's retiring from this 10-year career as an English teacher next week.


Be ready for allergies on memorial day weekend


Fountain teenager killed in late-night crash


Woman survives 100-foot fall


Margaret K. Lewis School celebrates graduation


Cottondale man sentenced to prison for molesting four young girls


Major meth dealer in Defuniak Springs arrested


Free lunches possibly on chopping block in some schools


Mosley High School's Class of 2016 walks the stage


Tornado destroys family's homes but not their spirit


Rescue and recovery operation training held at St. Andrews Marina


Video voyerism arrest leads to "shake and bake" meth lab bust


Memorial Day: Tips for travel


PCB City Council bans the registration of new low speed vehicles


PCB City Council approves change to the "leave no trace" ordinance


Local family has many unique talents


Beach council instructs staff to draft an ordinance banning beach tents


UPDATE: Judge rules on the case of Marley the dog; family says ruling may add more complications


"Salvage Santa" burglarized


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