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No flesh-eating bacteria in local Gulf water

Despite what an Atlanta TV station claimed on its website, there's no flesh-eating bacteria in waters off Florida Panhandle beaches.


Paris Janos went up in the air with Beach Mosquito Control District to see how they identify and fight mosquito breeding grounds everyday.


Any parent knows diapers are expensive, and babies sure need a lot of them! The Junior League of Panama City's Diaper Bank aims to help local families bridge that gap.



The Bucks and Rams play a little summer ball at Shamplain. Plus, Mosley alum Michael Duderstadt takes a second shot at earning a spot on the U.S. Olympic swim team.


Screen addition: Setting technology boundaries with your kids


Summertime Learning: Emerald Coast Theatre Company


What makes the Olympic Swim Trials pool so fast?


Gulf Coast Veterans Healthcare Services holds workshop for local vets


Panama City soccer complex coming soon


Opa! Local Greek church hosts annual luncheon


Residents react to Chipola River armed robbery arrest


FSU/PC IT assistant arrested, fired for unauthorized data access


Meet the 'you've got mail' voice


Walton County Sheriff's Office searching for runaway teen from Dothan


Shipwreck Island among nation's top water parks


The benefits of outpatient care


BCSO captures man, arrests wife, after man runs from deputies


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


Three hospitalized after close call with a deer


Camp Helen Start Park summer activities


Morning Sports Wrap: June 29, 2016


Talking about violence and tragedies with kids


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