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Lynn Haven man killed in crash on Front Beach Rd.

A Lynn Haven man was killed after Florida Highway Patrol troopers say he was a ejected from his car early Tuesday morning.

The U.S. Census Bureau said Tuesday that 13 Florida counties must provide ballots and other materials in Spanish as part of federal voting-rights law.

Newly installed Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran criticized at the state's Supreme Court.

Kayla was live Tuesday morning for a look at the 30th Anniversary of the Christmas Boat Parade of Lights.

Vision problems when driving at night

Health department works to stop transmission of HIV by 2020

Teacher creates large murals with Post-It Notes

Tennessee lawmaker reflects on tragedy hitting his home state

Despite frightful weather, locals enjoy Christmas delights

October breaks records for bed tax dollars on the beach

Fort Walton Beach woman arrested after alleged sexual relationship with minor

Tornado Watch Issued For Tonight

In season of giving, 2 men form charity movement

Environmentalists on the attack over the Florida Kilpatrick Dam

Several vehicles burglarized at Marina Landing Apartments, teens arrested

Oyster regulations underway for Apalachicola Bay

Duo arrested for car burglaries in Panama City Beach, one briefly escapes on way to jail

Precautionary boil water notice lifted in Parker, Callaway and Springfield

Arrest Records - December 2016, Bay Co Jail, Panama City, FL.

Monday Forecast - Severe Weather Possible

Stuff the bus with toys, shoes for kids in need

Measuring risk for cardiovascular problems

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Rare Superbug Gene Found on Pig Farm

Researchers have found a rare superbug gene in bacteria on a U.S. pig farm and say their discovery suggests raw meat could carry the dangerous germs.

What Was the Ghost Ship Collective?

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Iran Won't Allow Trump to Rip Up Nuclear Deal, Rouhani Says

The Iranian president struck a defiant tone In a speech at Tehran University,

'Incredibly Sorry': Manager Defends Deadly Fire Warehouse

Derick Almena, the manager of the Oakland warehouse where at least 36 people died in a fire, defended his role as landlord in an anguished interview.

Oakland Fire Warehouse Manager: 'I'm Incredibly Sorry'

In an exclusive interview, an anguished Derick Almena defended his role as landlord for the building involved in the blaze that killed dozens.