Posted: 4:03 PM If you are planning a driving trip this summer, the Highway Patrol is giving you fair warning that when you come to an emergency vehicle you need to be prepared to move over a lane Or you will face a greater chance of getting a ticket.
Updated: 7:06 AM A Marianna woman has died at Bay Medical/Sacred Heart from injuries she received Thursday night on U-S Highway 90 in Jackson County.
Posted: 7:04 PM A Federal Court sided with the lower courts saying Governor Rick Scott trying to make all state employees subject to a drug test, violated the 4th amendment.
Posted: 7:01 PM Hurricane Season officially starts Saturday, and even though it’s been almost eight years since a storm has hit the state; the cost of homeowner insurance has increased nearly 17% because every day losses.
Updated: 6:19 PM Thirteen people in Washington County are recovering from an infection they received after getting steroid shots. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as multiple state agencies have been investigating Methylprednisolone Acetate shots, or MPA that were manufactured at a Tennessee pharmacy.
Posted: 2:19 PM Donyel James Fitts, 28, of Sneads, has pled guilty in Panama City Federal Court to three criminal charges relating to the production of child pornography.
Updated: 2:21 PM Thursday, Governor Rick Scott presented the state’s prestigious “Great Floridian” award to Steve Spurrier, former University of Florida Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, University of Florida national coach, and current head football coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks.
Posted: 12:35 PM The Florida Department of Health in Bay County conducts saltwater beach water quality monitoring in accordance with the Healthy Beaches Monitoring Program.
Updated: 6:13 PM STARKE, Fla. (AP) -- A convicted child molester who sexually assaulted and murdered a 10-year-old central Florida girl in 1990 has been put to death at the Florida State Prison.
Updated: 6:14 PM A State Trooper who was fired for giving a state lawmaker a break is fighting for his job today. Trooper Charles Swindle was dismissed after writing a ten dollar ticket instead of a 250 dollar ticket. The Trooper testified Wednesday giving lawmakers a break is common practice.
Updated: 8:16 AM A bill waiting to be signed by the Governor will drastically change how two of Florida’s largest power companies bill customers for a nuclear power plant that doesn’t even exist. Until the bill is signed into law, power companies and the customer advocates will have to continue to fix the kinks with a former law on the books.