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Fantasy 5 ticket worth $200k sold in Walton County

Someone who bought a Fantasy 5 ticket in Walton County for Thursday night's drawing has hit the jackpot.


Former Gulf Coast State College professor Jerry Williams opened Roasters Edge and Deja Brew Coffee Shop in 2013. He imports beans from 13 different countries to give his customers worldly options.



The controversy surrounding recent EpiPen price spikes has started a national conversation. One local couple has two daughters with deadly allergies. They say they shouldn't get stuck with the extra cost.


Plans are in place to make improvements at Sharon Sheffield Park in Lynn Haven. For the next few days, it'll be a little messy.


New study finds medical marijuana saves taxpayers money


Local church donating items to flood victims


Sculptor makes Statue of Liberty replica with straw


"Blue Mass" held to honor first responders


Former NBA player shifts careers from pro ball to personal training


BCSO sweep nets 23 arrests


Want to donate to Louisiana flood relief efforts? Here's what you need to know


Damp dollars lead to rise in parking prices


Officers: Meth busts on the rise


FAMU hazing death continues to have effect on school


Florida voters are hopeful severe weather won't end up hitting the state


FDOT discusses Highway 231 widening project with the public


Breathe better with some help from HealthPlex


Home Depot lends helping hand to Louisiana flood victims


20th annual Kingfish Tournament in Mexico Beach


A twist on brunch at The Pearl


Man in critical condition after train hits car on tracks


Swimming laps to relieve joint pain


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Montana officials took the extraordinary step of closing large parts of the popular river to root out a parasite killing scores of fish.

Judge in Stanford Sex Trial Won't Hear Criminal Cases

Judge Aaron Persky is the target of a recall campaign over his six-month sentence for a Stanford swimmer who sexually assaulted an intoxicated woman.

Nun in Iconic Italy Quake Photo Texted Friends 'Adieu'

Sister Marjana Lleshi, 35, thought she would die when the walls of her convent walls collapsed in Italy's deadly earthquake, and prepared for the end.

Chicago Terrorist Bomb Suspect Ruled Incompetent

Adel Daoud, a U.S. citizen, was 18 when he was arrested in September 2012 on charges of plotting to bomb downtown Chicago.

'Deeply Shocked': 2 Nuns Found Slain in Mississippi Home

Two nuns who worked as nurses and helped the poor in rural Mississippi were found slain in their home, officials said Thursday.