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Man facing charges in connection with infant's drowning


Should Walton County consider building a fishing pier?


First local cannabis dispensary opens in Fort Walton Beach


Visitors uneasy after recent drownings, say they'd feel safer with more lifeguards


Two people walk away with minor injuries after crash causes truck fire


FSU STEM camp


State has only dispersed one percent of federal aid for Hurricane Irma victims


Bay Town Trolley service will participate in "Dump the Pump" day


Local EMS receiving an influx in calls


Work on the new Marianna K-8 School to begin soon


Arrest made after armed robbery in Marianna


GCSC ranked 4th best college for animation degrees in the U.S.


Crestview man dies after crashing into tree


Bay County Arrest Report: June 2018


Lynn Haven Animal Shelter Adoptions


Sunday crash seriously injures one, one arrested


Woman found dead in Panama City Marina identified


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Central America's violence, turmoil keeps driving families to U.S. border

"If my country would be OK ... I would not try to cross," said a mother from Honduras hoping to cross the U.S. border with her 7-year-old son.

Don't ask us to fly migrant children, airlines say

American, United, Frontier and Southwest made the requests after social media posts described groups of terrified, crying children on flights.

Obama asks America to end family separation at border

"Are we a nation that accepts the cruelty of ripping children from their parents' arms, or are we a nation that values families?" the former president wrote.

Trump now wants to hold families together indefinitely. But where will they stay?

At the current rate, family detention centers could be full after only eight days. And there are no plans to reunite those families that have already been separated.

'Transsexualism' removed from World Health Organization's disease manual

The removal was one of several changes made to the WHO's International Classification of Diseases, a manual used by doctors in most countries around the world.