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More Than 50,000 Restored on First Day

Updated: 07/12/2005 - On the first full day after Hurricane Dennis, Gulf Power has restored power to more than 50,000 of the 242,000 customers who lost electricity following the storm’s landfall.

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State Road Crews Working Overtime

Updated: 07/12/2005 - State leaders say they expect the washout of US 98 between Destin and Ft. Walton Beach to be temporarily repaired by late Wednesday. It may be a temporary two-lane repair while all four lanes in the washout are rebuilt.

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Local Hurricane Damage Tops $10 Million; Figure Expected to Increase

Updated: 07/12/2005 - Hurricane damage tops $10 million; figure expected to increase Bay County officials estimated storm damage to private property from Hurricane Dennis at more than $10 million Monday, and costs are only expected to rise as reports are finalized this week.

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Gulf Power Estimates 95 Percent Restoration Within One Week

Updated: 07/12/2005 - Gulf Power Company estimates that power will be restored to 95 percent of the 242,000 customers who lost power during Hurricane Dennis within a week, if the weather cooperates. The estimate excludes Santa Rosa Island.

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Flood Waters Receding

Updated: 07/11/2005 - The flood waters receded from Lynn Haven early Monday morning allowing residents to get back to their homes and assess the damage. Many found more than a foot of water inside when they returned.

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Flooding in St. Marks From Dennis

Updated: 07/11/2005 - Some of the hardest hit areas of the Panhandle are located far from where Hurricane Dennis made landfall.

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Updated: 07/09/2005 - With emergency officials calling evacuations, many folks from around the Panhandle have already hit the road.

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Washington County Preps

Updated: 07/08/2005 - Officials in Washington County declare a local state of emergency and a voluntary evacuation that may become mandatory by Saturday afternoon.

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Air Force Base Evacuates

Updated: 07/08/2005 - These men and women may brave the enemy, but when the enemy is mother nature, it's a whole different combat line.

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Beach Rescue

Posted: 07/07/2005 - The storm isn't here yet and already we're beginning to see the effects. Surf conditions along the coast are treacherous, but many swimmers are ignoring the warnings and going into the water anyway.

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Stores Stock Up

Updated: 07/07/2005 - While many stores around the Panhandle try to keep up with the demand for hurricane supplies, water seems to be in the greatest demand.

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Evacuation Zones

Updated: 07/07/2005 - Emergency Management officials say now is the time to find out which evacuation zone you live in. Finding out is only a mouse click away.

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Bridge Jumper's Body Recovered

Updated: 07/07/2005 - The Walton County Sheriff’s Office has recovered the body a man who jumped into Choctawhatchee Bay from the Clyde Wells Bridge on US 331.

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London Terror Bombings Kill 50, Wound 700

Updated: 07/08/2005 - Desperate Londoners hunted for missing relatives on Friday after suspected al Qaeda bombers killed more than 50 people in rush-hour blasts

  • U.S. Raises Alert to Orange for Transit
  • President Bush Cautions Americans

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Hutto Blood Drive

Updated: 07/06/2005 - A Tennessee teenager remains in the hospital Wednesday, still recovering from last week's shark attack.

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Double Drowning

Updated: 07/06/2005 - A father and son die in a Tuesday evening drowning in Washington County.

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