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Gulf County scallop season to open Friday

Gulf County scallop season will begin Friday.

A Ponce de Leon man was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday for a May 2014 incident in which he shot a neighbor in his abdomen.

Officers located Roulhac at his home where he was arrested and charged with Sexual Battery on a Minor Older than 12 but Younger than 18.

Officials said Calhoun said the texting was something that spiraled out of control and was not based in reality.

Tolls will be back on Midbay Bridge starting Thursday

Bay County Arrest Report: September 2017

Donate: Hurricane Relief

Moms Everyday- Listening Kids

Warrior BBQ Fundraiser

Okaloosa paramedic involved in "selfie war" sentenced

Wednesday Forecast

5 ways to make any space perfect for teens

Winning Fantasy 5 ticket purchased in Destin

Warrior beach bbq event

Twin brothers launch sock company in father's memory

Vinny & Bay's coffee shop

Fighting the opioid crisis in our area

Marianna man facing drug-related charges

Two facing charges after drugs found in car

Wednesday Morning Forecast

Latest plans revealed for Panama City Marina project

Schools used as shelters in hurricanes

DeFuniak Springs man arrested for choking pregnant girlfriend

Haney Technical Center helps the Sheriff's Office collect supplies for Irma victims

National Library Card Sign-Up Month

Sunny Hills Library to extend hours

BCSO trailer full of donations for Hurricane Irma victims departs

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