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Eating disorder awareness: One mom's perspective

It's a condition most parents never think will effect their children. Now, one local mom is speaking out about her daughter's experience to help others recognize the warning signs.


It's a warm and humid day under quite a bit of clouds, find out who will get the warmest today and when some cooler conditions will arrive with Meteorologist Ryan Michaels.



Kayla was in the studio with some guests for a preview of the 35th Annual Charity Chili Cook-off and Auction.


A guest joined us in studio to give us a preview of the 20th Annual Rummage Sale at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement.


Wednesday Morning Forecast


Road projects continue through spring break


Blind broadcaster's video watched thousands of times on social media


Mother's Perspective on Eating Disorder


Land and Development Permit


Land and Development Permit


Local organization receives $7,000 donation to fight hunger


Deer Point drawdown period comes to an end


Walton commissioners look at new space for building, planning departments


YouTube getting into the TV business


Walton County looks to expand jail farming program


Friends raising thousands of dollars for student who fell from waterfall


New fabric company expected to bring more than 100 jobs to Marianna


FSU Panama City holds Black History program


School policy changes could affect high school dropouts seeking education


Rabid raccoon killed in Panama City Beach


More workforce housing coming to Panama City Beach


Friends remember teen as the "happiest person"


Investigators: Man used Facebook to setup meetings with juvenile he molested


Five teenagers arrested in two recent gun store crimes


11 injured after car drives into Mardi Gras marching band


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