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Cities and Counties Oppose New Tax Limit Plan

Updated: 04/03/2008 - A plan in front of the Taxation and Budget Reform Commission puts power to raise local taxes in the hands of the State. City and county leaders from across Florida rallied in Tallahassee today to warn against the plan. Opponents of the plan say it would ruin the economy.

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Crash on Beck Ave

Updated: 04/03/2008 - There was a crash on Beck Ave involving a reportedly stolen vehicle out of Tallahassee.

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Bike Rider KIlled

Posted: 04/03/2008 - A car – bicycle accident in Okaloosa County has resulted in an unidentified bicyclist being killed.

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Lynn Haven Planning Board Approves Wal-Mart Development Order

Updated: 04/03/2008 - Towns and cities across America have recently questioned whether Wal-Mart should be allowed in their communities. Most of the time, the debate centers around the retail giant running small local retailers out of business. However, in Lynn Haven, the debate is more about the impact the super-store will have on the quality of life. Those concerns didn't stop the city's planning board from approving the project Wednesday night.

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TDC Meets to Decide Festival Details

Posted: 04/02/2008 - The Indian Summer Music and Art Festival is a big event in the Bay County area, but over the past couple of years it hasn't grown in popularity.

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Bank Robber Still On The Loose

Posted: 04/02/2008 - Local authorities are still trying to track down the man who robbed a Panama City Beach bank branch Wednesday morning.

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Beth Holloway to Visit

Posted: 04/02/2008 - Missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway's mother will visit Florida State University's Panama City campus.

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Blacksmith

Updated: 04/02/2008 - It was once a thriving business; blacksmiths were very much in demand.

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State Song

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Efforts to change the state song, “Old Folks at Home” are bogging down at the state Capitol. The song makes references to Old darkeys and is considered offensive to many.

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Mosley Asst. Principal Busted

Posted: 04/02/2008 - A Mosley High School assistant principal's job is in question, after he was arrested and jailed Tuesday night on drug charges.

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Teen Modeling

Updated: 04/02/2008 - The state House gave tentative approval Wednesday to a bill dampening teen modeling web sites. The sites often recruit young girls and have them pose provocatively.

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Poe Insurance May Owe State

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Every homeowner in Florida is paying an assessment to cover the losses of the failed Poe Insurance Companies. But now the state says in a law suit that company officials and directors milked the company for more than 100 million dollars as the companies were going belly up.

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Mortgage Foreclosures Hitting the Capitol

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Florida ranks number 2 nationally in the number of home foreclosures. Bills designed to help those losing their homes are bottled up at the capitol. Several dozen people at risk of losing their homes took their anger to the state Capitol.

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Fatality Identified

Posted: 04/02/2008 - Panama City Beach Police have released the identity of the motorist killed late yesterday afternoon on Back Beach Road and Wells Street.

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Sea Oats

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Bay County School students plant sea oats at Rick Selzer Park.

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Beach Bank Robbery

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Area police are looking for a robber who held up the Bay Bank on Back Beach Road this morning a few minutes before 10 AM.

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Local Troop Dies In Action

Updated: 04/01/2008 - A former Rutherford High School student has died from the front lines in the battle on the War on Terror. One of America’s bravest and a Panama City Native Charles Andrew Jankowski was killed while on duty in Baghdad.

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Bay District Schools Kick Off Safe Driving Campaign

Updated: 04/01/2008 - Bay District Schools are no stranger to teenage deaths from driving-related accidents. A recent statewide survey named Bay County the number one worst area for crashes involving teens, meaning we have the most injuries and fatalities. Now, in hopes of preventing more deaths, Bay District officials are taking action.

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