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Magnola Beach Rd. partially re-opened after fatal crash

Magnolia Beach Rd. is now partially re-opened Tuesday morning after a fatal traffic crash.

Lynn Haven Police need your help finding a suspect who tried to rob the Beeline Gas Station around 3 a.m. Monday.

An airman stationed at Hurlburt Field pleaded no contest to 25 counts of possession of child pornography.

Murphy will face Alan Grayson in August's primary election. The winner of that race will face incumbent Marco Rubio in November.

Club La Vela reacts to Fort Myers teen night club shooting

Jewelry heist co-defendants found guilty

Watch: U.S. Navy tests new warship

Florida Caverns State Park: Popular ecotourism destination in Marianna

School day extension for some Bay District School students

Bay County Supervisor of Election sets deadlines for upcoming Primaries

Local kid competing on America's Got Talent live shows

Protecting your personal property

Updates from the 2016 Democratic National Convention

New travel-related Zika case reported in Okaloosa County

Andrew Pace pleads not guilty

At least 2 dead, 17 injured in Fort Myers nightclub shooting

Bay High School's "Million Dollar Band" begins summer camp

Fad or fit: Do wearable fitness trackers really make a difference?

Days and Decades Past: Locals remember Korean War

Chipley restaurant re-opens after tragedy

Chipley church hosts 'Day of Hope' for locals

Deputies: Courageous teen leads officials to man's arrest

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