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Law Enforcement Appreciation Month

Posted: 05/13/2007 - Representatives from dozens of law enforcement agencies will be in Niceville to pay tribute to Florida's fallen officers on Monday.

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Shipwrecked Teens

Updated: 05/14/2007 - Seniors from Enterprise High School almost didn't get a trip until Bay High School and Shipwreck Island water park came to the rescue.

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Defuniak To Strengthen Sex Predator Limitations

Posted: 05/12/2007 - The kidnapping and rape of a Defuniak Springs woman earlier this week has at least one city official asking for tougher restrictions against sexual predators.

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Parade of Homes

Posted: 05/12/2007 - If you're in the market for a new home or just want something to do this weekend, you're in luck! The annual Parade of Homes begins this weekend.

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Top 10 baby names for 2006

Posted: 05/12/2007 - The top 10 baby names for girls and boys for 2006, according to data from the Social Security Administration:

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Evacuees dealing with smoke, stress as wildfire near Lake City grows

Updated: 05/12/2007 - A wildfire raging across North Florida tripled in size overnight Thursday, sending families scrambling to grab belongings as officials evacuated 600 homes. The 83-thousand acre fire that originated across the Georgia line has now spread well into Baker County, Florida.

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Students Brighten Hospital Surroundings

Updated: 05/12/2007 - The students at St Andrew Elementary School are helping to bring a little cheer to the pediatrics unit at Bay Medical Center.

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Shell Island Dogs wait for the Governor's Signiture

Updated: 05/11/2007 - The "Bay Family Members for Dogs" organization is enjoying a victory in the state capital, but the group's members are hungry for more. The state legislature passed a bill that decriminalizes dogs on state park property.

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Tyndall Housng Upgrade

Updated: 05/11/2007 - When President George Bush came to Panama City in 2001, part of his visit included a tour of Tyndall Air Force Base housing. The military wanted to drive home the point that our military families are often times living in cramped, rundown homes.

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Panama City Man Receives Settlement

Posted: 05/11/2007 - After an investigation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Purdue Pharmaceutical was found guilty of deceiving patients from the effects of their highly addictive drug, oxycontin. Now, the company is paying a settlement to victims of the drug, including one Panama City man, who isn't satisfied with his share, but says it's ok.

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Well Drilling Booming

Updated: 05/11/2007 - Dry weather conditions are creating a lot of problems for firefighters, farmers and many others. However, there is one group of people that is enjoying the benefits of the current drought.

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New TDC Concerns

Updated: 05/11/2007 - Some local beach hotel and business executives are questioning whether the Tourist Development Council had the legal authority to fire its Director Bob Warren on Tuesday. The group met Friday morning, preparing to ask Bay County commissioners for their help in the matter.

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Men, Who Needs Them? Part Two

Updated: 05/26/2009 - U.S. census reports say over 95 million Americans are unmarried or single. Over half of them are women, many of whom have delayed marriage in order to build a career and independence. But new trends of relationships and family have emerged over the past 30 years.

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Men, Who Needs Them? Part One

Updated: 05/26/2009 - It's the day most women dream of when they're kids; walking down the aisle to marry their prince charming. The notion of a fairy tale wedding is still alive but the age at which women decide to make that commitment is steadily increasing.

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Local Soldier Killed

Updated: 05/11/2007 - He always wore a smile that lit up the room and a personality that made him strive to be the best.

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Depot Fire

Updated: 05/10/2007 - The state fire marshal’s office and the Marianna Fire Department are trying to pin-point the cause to a fire that destroyed an historic downtown Marianna building. The fire broke out Wednesday night in a warehouse that used to be part of the old Railroad Depot complex. It’s the second devastating downtown fire in about a month.

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What a Way to Celebrate

Posted: 05/10/2007 - This week is Vehicle Arson Prevention Week. This may not sound like a big deal, but you may change your mind after you see what happened in Panama City Saturday night.

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Woods and Brush Fires Still Plague Florida

Updated: 05/10/2007 - More than 200 fires continue to burn in the state Thursday night, and state forestry officials say the time will soon come when they will need more help.

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Local School Board Meeting

Updated: 05/10/2007 - Bay County School Board members have taken steps to protect school facilities from future hurricane damage.

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Area Soldier Killed in Afghanistan

Posted: 05/10/2007 - Timmy Padgett of Defuniak Springs was killed Tuesday in the line of duty while service with the U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan.

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Another Major Marianna Fire

Updated: 05/10/2007 - For the second time in a little more than a month, fire has destroyed at least one building in downtown Marianna.

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