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Chlorine Gas Leak at Sneads in Jackson County

Posted: 02/28/2014 - Dozens of first responders from across the panhandle spent a few tense hours in Jackson County Thursday. They were working to contain a chemical leak at a utility plant in Sneads.

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Pier Park North Update

Updated: 02/28/2014 - After a year of work, the development at Pier Park North is nearing completion.

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Medical Marijuana x 2

Updated: 02/28/2014 - Florida voters will decide if the state legalizes marijuana for medical purposes this coming November, but the political leadership at the State Capitol is embracing one form of marijuana, but not another.

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Dirty Dozen Laws

Updated: 02/28/2014 - The annual Legislative session is usually the time to make new laws in the state, but a new report is recommending otherwise. Here’s a look at the statutes the Sunshine State might be better off without.

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36th Anniversary of Deadly Train Derailment at Youngstown

Updated: 02/27/2014 - It was 36-years ago Wednesday that a freight train derailed in Youngstown, spilling deadly chlorine gas. 8-people died, 88-others were injured. A key figure in the investigation says they still can't prove what happened.

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St. Joe Company wraps up Open Houses for Sector Plan

Updated: 02/27/2014 - St. Joe Company has held it's second of two open houses this week, to educate and answer questions about the Bay-Walton Sector Plan. The company wants to use some of their land in Bay and Walton counties to build a huge retirement community. Residents are giving company officials a lot of feedback.

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Locals Upset with the Proposed Cuts

Posted: 02/26/2014 - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is proposing billions of dollars in cuts next year and locals are upset. The cuts will reduce u-s army troop strength to its lowest level since before World War II. But the cuts will also affect local military families and retirees.

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Snowbirds Throw a Going Away Party

Updated: 02/27/2014 - Each year at the end of February, the Bay county tourist development council holds a big party as a send off to our winter residents, affectionately known as snow birds. Most will soon be flying back up north for the summer months.

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HOA's Rethink Water Sport Insurance Coverage

Posted: 02/26/2014 - It's been more than six months since a parasilaing crash in Panama City Beach critically injured two Indiana teenagers. Now a local insurance agent, who writes a lot of condo associations, is recommending they severe ties with water rental businesses.

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Testing Raises Questions

Updated: 02/26/2014 - An 11-year-old quadriplegic student is being held out as an example of why standardized testing is rigid and inflexible. Louis Medina was in Tallahassee Wednesday, where the Florida Education Association called for a suspension of the FCAT and its replacement.

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Farewell, FCAT

Updated: 02/27/2014 - Students in Florida have started taking the FCAT for the final time, but what will replace is uncertain. The ongoing process of picking another test has led to lawmakers and teachers asking for a reprieve from the A through F school grading system.

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Major Project Unveiled by the St. Joe Company

Posted: 02/26/2014 - The St. Joe Company is meeting with local residents this week to discuss proposed changes to the Bay-Walton Sector Plan. The major change involves the creation of a very large retirement community.

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Spring Breakers Move West to Walton and Okaloosa Counties

Updated: 02/26/2014 - Walton and Okaloosa Counties have seen a steady increase in Spring Break business the last few years. But recently some of those breakers have clashed with residents. Officials in South Walton and Destin are taking steps this year to keep a lid on potential problems.

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FSU Hosts Black History Month Celebration

Updated: 02/26/2014 - The community continues to come together to celebrate Black History Month. The Florida State University Panama City Campus hosted its second annual African American history program Tuesday night.

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Moral Monday Preview

Posted: 02/25/2014 - Thousands of people are expected to march on the state capitol on the eve of the legislative session next week, unhappy because they believe key issues are being ignored.

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