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4-year-old boy attacked by dog

A four-year-old boy is hospitalized after being attacked by a dog. The dog is still on the loose.

Ninety-three Bozeman Bucks received their high school diplomas Friday night in Panama City.

Zika may seem like a disease that happens somewhere else, but it's closer than you think. Florida has seen the most cases of the virus in the United States.

The Port St. Joe Police Department conducted a narcotics roundup throughout the city May 25th which resulted in 11 arrests on 19 narcotics warrants.

Four long-time Waller Elementary Teachers retiring

Could tents on public beaches be a thing of the past?

Stepdaughter drops weight so she can donate kidney

Helium Balloon causes power surge at Bay Medical Sacred Heart

Walton County Sheriff's Officials share tips to prevent burglaries

State Attorney's Office: Officer did not break the law in circumstances surrounding Barbra Dawson's death

Gulf World Memorial Day Adventures

Morning Sports Wrap: May 27, 2016

Hiker writes about bear attack

The Golden Apple goes to Thomas Stallworth

Be ready for allergies on Memorial Day weekend

Fountain teenager killed in late-night crash

Margaret K. Lewis School celebrates graduation

Cottondale man sentenced to prison for molesting four young girls

Major meth dealer in Defuniak Springs arrested

Free lunches possibly on chopping block in some schools

Mosley High School's Class of 2016 walks the stage

Rescue and recovery operation training held at St. Andrews Marina

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Lightning Strikes in Paris, Germany Injure Nearly 40 Kids

Nearly 40 children were injured in separate lightning strikes Saturday afternoon in Europe: one in France, and one in Germany.

45 Bodies Recovered From Migrant Boat in Mediterranean

The Italian Navy rescued 135 migrants and recovered 45 bodies Friday from a half-sunken dinghy in the Mediterranean Sea, officials said.

Flooding, Tropical Depression a Threat on Holiday Weekend

Missouri's governor declared a state of emergency ahead of expected heavy rains, and warned that levees could be overtopped.

WWII Plane Removed From Hudson River After Crash

Police divers and Army Corps of Engineers personnel retrieved the wreckage of a World War II plane from the Hudson River between New York and New Jers

Vintage Plane Removed From Hudson River After Pilot Dies

Officials on Saturday will start recovering wreckage from a vintage WWII fighter plane that crashed and killed the pilot Friday in the Hudson River.