Panama City, FL | WJHG Newschannel 7 | News, Weather, & Sports

Walton County Sheriff's Deputy hospitalized after crash

Troopers say the deputy was responding to a separate hit-and-run crash when he was sideswiped.

Following the lead of the Women's March in Washington, D.C., a Bay County citizens group organized a women's march in Panama City.

Troopers say the driver who hit the pedestrian had veered out of her lane.

A woman from Alabama is in critical condition after crashing into a tree on U.S. 90 just east of Kelly Mill Road.

One person killed and two others seriously injured after near head-on collision

A Particularly Dangerous Situation possible in the Southeast tonight

New device monitors heart and lung sounds at home

Walton County Sheriff's Deputy Injured in Crash

Fatal Collision

Joel Sports

BCSO releases update on Dorthy Yarborough case

Bay County Chamber of Commerce took a moment to remember Kinsaul

Weekend Severe Weather Potential

Chris Smith Visits Riverside Elementary In Marianna

Locals react to President Trump's inauguration

How to separate conjoined twins

Arrest Records - January 2017, Bay Co Jail, Panama City, FL.

One arrested after multi-county chase

Storm damage reported in Panama City Beach

Arrests made in large drug ring in Calhoun and Liberty Counties

Clerk locks herself in bathroom to avoid armed robber

Florida senator looks to expand number of marijuana growers and dispensaries

Update: Crestview man sentenced to prison for sexual battery on minor

Friday Forecast - Severe Weekend Ahead?

Weekend exercise

Load More Stories


NBC News Headlines

Russia Celebrates Trump's Inauguration

President Vladimir Putin is expected to test the mettle of his fourth U.S. president

Four More Survivors Pulled from Avalanche-Buried Hotel

Rescue teams say pockets of air formed in the snow is what kept nine people pulled from the rubble -- alive.

Will Iran, N. Korea Test Trump During 'Window of Vulnerability'?

President Donald Trump is still putting together his national security team.

Cities Around the World Flooded by 'Sister Marches'

About 600 "sister marches" were planned across the country and the world to coincide with the Women's March on Washington.

Gambia's Defeated Leader Leaves Country, Ends Standoff

Yahya Jammeh, who seized power in a coup in 1994, once vowed to rule for a billion years.