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What Ever Happened to the Treasure Ship?

Updated: 12:32 PM - For nearly seven hours in April 2010, crews battled a fire into the night that erupted inside a long-standing Panama City Beach restaurant. The Treasure Ship was a total loss, and many people still miss it to this day.

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License free saltwater fishing holiday

Updated: 11/28/2015 - Fishing on some of the world's most beautiful beaches was a little easier on Saturday. It was one of the state's License-Free Saltwater Fishing days.

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Snapper Bowl attracts thousands to Panama City Beach

Posted: 11/27/2015 - While many may be scoring some deals in the stores this weekend, others will be scoring some points on the gridiron with the annual Snapper Bowl youth football tournament in Panama City Beach.

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Schooners hosts holiday party & toy drive

Updated: 11/27/2015 - We made it through Thanksgiving, but now the winter holidays are right around the corner, and Schooners didn't waste any time spreading holiday cheer.

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Local firefighters organize "Fill the Boot" campaign

Updated: 11/27/2015 - For 60 years, the International Association of Firefighters, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association have been working together to save lives. And Friday, two local fire agencies in Walton County partnered together and organized a "Fill the Boot" campaign.

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Arts & Crafts alive and well

Posted: 11/26/2015 - For crafters looking to sell their goods, the idea of breaking into craft fairs may be both exciting and nerve-wracking. There's the cost of materials, gas, booth space and pressure from online craft sites like Etsy. With all these costs even seasoned craft fair vendors have been asking is it still worth it to show at craft fairs? We talked with local crafters to get their take.

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Panama City Rescue Mission feeds hundreds

Posted: 11/26/2015 - While many people sat around their tables Thursday in their homes filled with holiday spirit, some didn't have that luxury. To make those less fortunate feel at home in their community, the Panama City Rescue Mission stepped up to the plate, and handed them out.

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