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Planning for a Spring/Summer Wedding

Updated: 01/13/2008 - Weddings can be difficult to plan, but dozens of brides-to-be and their future grooms got some help Sunday from local professionals. The 2008 Spring Bridal Expo took place at Dillard’s department store.

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Jackson County Murder Suspect To Plead Not Guilty

Updated: 01/13/2008 - A Deputy Public Defender says a Grand Ridge woman who shot her boyfriend, then kept his body in a shed for six days, is suffering from Battered Woman’s Syndrome.

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Spring Bridal Expo in Panama City

Updated: 01/14/2008 - One Panama City couple found the Dillard's bridal expo to be extremely helpful in planning their upcoming wedding.

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The Great Southern Gumbo Cook Off

Posted: 01/13/2008 - The cooler weather was perfect for an event in south Walton County that’s become quite spicy. The Market Shops at Sandestin held their 19th annual Southern Gumbo cook-off. And there is nothing like a hot cup of gumbo to warm things up on a cool day.

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Cub Scouts Have Fun

Posted: 01/13/2008 - Some area Cub Scouts were living in the fast lane Saturday, at least in a small way. The scouts of pack 317 held their annual Pine Wood Derby at the Thomas Drive Fire Station.

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Local G-O-P Rally

Posted: 01/13/2008 - The Florida Presidential Primary is just over 2 weeks away and the local Republican Party wanted to make sure every candidate’s voice was heard.

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Fracas Leads to Arrest

Updated: 01/13/2008 - A Panama City man is behind bars for allegedly cutting another man’s throat.

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Elderly man dies in crash

Updated: 01/13/2008 - A 67 year old Crawfordville man has died following a two vehicle traffic crash last month on County Road 365 just south of its intersection with County Road 267 in Wakulla County.

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Beach man convicted of child molestation

Posted: 01/12/2008 - Kenneth John Hixenbaugh, of Panama City Beach, has been convicted in Bay County Circuit Court on two counts of Lewd or Lascivious Battery.

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Fisherman Found Guilty of Attempted Murder

Updated: 01/12/2008 - One of the two suspects accused of a double stabbing in Port St. Joe last year is heading to prison. A Gulf County jury took just 1-hour to find 69-year-old Bennie Robledo guilty on two counts each of attempted second degree murder and aggravated battery.

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Economist Says Hang On Bay County - Better Days are Coming

Posted: 01/12/2008 - The New Year is a time for changes. And for many people in Bay County, more economic development is what they would like to see. The economic forecast doesn't look all that promising for 2008, but big changes are on the way, further down the road.

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Second Arrest Made in Mary Esther Robbery

Posted: 01/11/2008 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a second suspect in connection with the robbery of a man outside of a Mary Esther Bank on Monday, December 17th.

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Biophilia Center

Updated: 01/11/2008 - The word biophilia means the love of all living things. The new E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center in Walton County is designed to instill that love in everyone who visits it. The Pulitzer Prize-winning, Harvard professor was in Walton County Thursday night for the center's dedication. Dr. Wilson passed on a little of his wisdom to a packed auditorium.

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Damaged After Only One Rescue

Updated: 01/11/2008 - Thomas Drive Firefighters say their pride has been hurt a bit, by an incident involving their nearly new ladder truck. The county bought the $800,000 dollar truck last February, so firefighters could better respond to fires in the taller condos. The department's pride and joy, is now out of commission for a while.

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Jacob Feud

Updated: 01/11/2008 - For the first time since it began, the mayor of a small Jackson County town has granted an interview about his ongoing feud with the city manager.

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Lawmen Firm Up Their Case Against Murder Suspect

Posted: 01/11/2008 - Two days ago he became the prime suspect. But it might not be long before he becomes and indicted suspect. Tallahassee State Attorney Willie Meggs says he already has enough evidence to charge 61-year-old Gary Michael Hilton with killing 46-year-old Cheryl Hodges Dunlap of Crawfordville in Wakulla County.

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Major Local Intersection Closed

Updated: 01/11/2008 - Part of the very busy intersection of 15th Street and Harrison Avenue is shut down to north/south traffic for the next three days.

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Cold and Flu Season

Posted: 01/11/2008 - There are things you can do to relieve the symptoms, but once you get it you pretty much have to suffer through it.

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Amber Alert Celebration

Posted: 01/11/2008 - Amber Alerts have saved 42 children across the state of Florida since the program started in 2000. The North Florida Child Abduction Response Team is one of 13 teams across the state that immediately responds and investigates the cases of missing children.

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Evolution vs. Creationism

Updated: 01/11/2008 - Evolution could be coming to your children’s science classrooms. A panel of education experts just wrapped up three days of meetings at the state Department of Education to hammer out new standards. The state Board of Education will have the final say next month.

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Mayors Oppose Amendment One

Updated: 01/11/2008 - Governor Charlie Crist plans a bus trip across Central and Southwest Florida next week to push his controversial plan to cut property taxes. Friday the Governor got new opposition, and even if the tax plan passes, taxes may not go down as much as predicted.

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