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Sports park in Panama City Beach closer to breaking ground

Only two companies submitted bids to manage the park: Sports Force Parks and Sports Facilities Management. The Tourist Development Council's Board of Director's will go over the submitted bids at their next meeting.


It will be another warm and sunny day today as we await a cold front tonight that will bring a good chance of storms to our area.



One of two men wanted for allegedly kidnapping and robbery that happened two weeks ago has been caught. His accomplice is still on the run.


Seven people are in custody after a drug investigation at an area called "The Cut" near Blountstown.


Beach renourishment project underway in Panama City Beach


Alabama man's "metal shovel" on Panama City Beach Facebook post getting huge attention


Pantry items you may need to replace


Softball Highlights


Baseball Highlights


Fraizer Dedication


A home run hit by a Vernon Middle School student goes viral


Florida family wants tougher texting laws for drivers


Walton County looking to buy beach access land


More travelers expected at Northwest Florida Beaches International this summer


Stabbing at Pier Park in Panama City Beach sends one to the hospital


Mom beats cancer, fights for insurance to cover alternative treatments


Hearing loss can be scary, but it doesn't always have to be permament


Lynn Haven Animal Shelter Adoptions


Arrest Records - March 2017, Bay County Jail, Panama City, Fl.


Wednesday Forecast


10th Annual Seafood Festival


Bozeman School spring fling


Official Bonifay election results


Sailor of the Year banquet


Local fishermen rescue endangered sea turtle


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