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Protest at the Franklin Correctional Institute

A small group of protesters gathered to demand human rights for inmate workers.


A charity auction was held Saturday benefiting the LEAD Coalition's Voices Against Violence program.



Some local astronomers plan on staying in the panhandle, while others have made plans to leave the state.


The event is put on every year by Girls Inc. of Bay County.


Countdown to solar eclipse


8/19/17 Saturday evening forecast


Collector wants to bring World War II to life for education


FSU Cheerleaders Visit Panama City Beach


12th Annual Princess Ball


Chairity Auction to End Violence


One woman critically injured in Calhoun County accident involving a semi truck


Weekend Forecast


Steps parents can take to raise kind kids


Customer appreciation day in downtown Panama City


Locals walk for peace following Chartlottesville tragedy


Inmates train service dogs to help families across US


Possible equipment relocation for Jackson County Fire Rescue


"Tiny libraries" pop up in Malone and Bascom


One person dead after Highway 231 crash


Group advocates to change state laws allowing underage marriage


Local businesses popping up on the east side of Panama City Beach


Regional unemployment numbers stayed the same for June and July


FHP: Drive sober or get pulled over


This Is Where You Can Get Those Eclipse Glasses


Visitation canceled at all Florida prisons this weekend


BCSO Deputies report missing man located


Debate over removing Confederate statues on Capitol Hill


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