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Labor of Love; Church Donates Van to Girl Battling Rare Disorder

Updated: 10/03/2015 - For Courtney Hendrix, Saturday marked a day filled with love, faith, and happiness. Many from around the Panhandle came together for a goal of helping the Graceville girl to keep pursuing her dreams with a special gift.

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Locals Volunteer in Coastal Cleanup

Updated: 10/03/2015 - Saturday was the third year the Panama City Marina has hosted Panama City's Coastal Cleanup at five different coastal locations around the area.

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Hundreds Attend Fire Prevention Fest in Panama City

Updated: 10/03/2015 - To help get children and adults more comfortable when dealing with fire prevention, dozens of firefighters from every fire department in Bay County attended and contributed to the 8th Annual Fire Prevention Fest.

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Mooney Pilots Taking Off in Panama City Beach

Updated: 10/02/2015 - Getting around by plane is one of the most efficient ways to travel, but learning how to fly a plane takes lots of time, money, and practice. This weekend lots of private pilots are landing in Panama City Beach.

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Panama City Beach Narcotics Ring Drug Bust

Posted: 10/02/2015 - Four people are behind bars after a joint investigation by the Bay County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Homeland Security uncovered a Meth ring.

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High Concentrations of Red Tide in Gulf

Updated: 10/02/2015 - The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission released an updated statement Friday morning about the concentration levels of the organism found in red tide.

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County Pier Anglers Hooked on the Sport

Updated: 10/01/2015 - If you've strolled the Bay County pier in Panama City Beach, you're sure to say holy mackerel. In this week's Faces and Places of the Panhandle, we stumbled upon some folks who take their business very seriously.

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Teen E-Cigarette Use on the Rise in Florida, According to Reports

Posted: 10/01/2015 - According to a recent report from the Florida Department of Health, the number of teens smoking regular tobacco products has gone down. But at the same time, health officials say the number of teens smoking e-cigarettes has gone up.

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Teacher Shares Yoga With Autistic Students

Updated: 10/01/2015 - Paul Zipes, who teaches autistic students at Cedar Grove Elementary School, has taken it upon himself to teach his group of autistic students how to inhale love and exhale hate by teaching yoga in his classroom.

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