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Pizza Delivery Man Robbed At Gunpoint

Updated: 01/20/2008 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the armed robbery of a pizza delivery man in the Fort Walton Beach area Friday night. It was the third robbery of a pizza delivery person since November 11th.

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Gulf Coast Community College shows a strong increase in spring enrollment

Posted: 01/18/2008 - More and more students have enrolled at Gulf Coast Community College this spring, and they are taking an increased number of classes. As of Wednesday, January 16, 2008, the college is posting an 11% increase in both the number of courses taken and student headcount as compared to spring 2007.

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Murder Trial

Updated: 01/18/2008 - A six member jury has been seated to hear the Clint Staggs murder and arson trial, which begins next Tuesday morning.

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Boot Camp Developments

Posted: 01/18/2008 - The Boot Camp case seemingly never goes away. There were two developments Friday.

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Navy Works Identity Theft Case

Posted: 01/18/2008 - The Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division is contacting all current and former federal employees who worked at the Naval Bases in Dahlgren, Va., Silver Spring, Md., and Panama City, Fla., on or before July 7, 1994, to warn of potential identity theft and to urge them to contact their creditor bureaus in the wake of a reported attempt to illegally obtain a credit card using an employee’s personal information.

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Local C-R-A's Wind Up In The State Supreme Court

Posted: 01/18/2008 - Two legal cases out of Bay County could determine financial fortunes all over the world, and resolve a long standing riff between local and county governments. The Florida Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments in Bay County's attempts to stop plans by Cedar Grove and Parker to establish Community Redevelopment Areas (C-R-A’s).

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Same Scam, Different Bank

Posted: 01/18/2008 - A “phishing scam” last week targeted Bay Bank and Trust Company. Now, this week the same scam is being pulled on another local bank, Coastal Community Bank.

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Allstate Appeals

Updated: 01/18/2008 - As of 2:30 Friday afternoon, Allstate was able to start writing insurance policies again in Florida. An appeals court overturned regulators who suspended the insurance giant’s certificate after the company failed to hand over subpoenaed documents. The fight over what the company calls trade secrets is not over.

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MLK Festival

Posted: 01/18/2008 - MLK Festival happening at McKenzie Park Monday 10am-4pm.

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Area Jobless Numbers Up

Updated: 01/18/2008 - More people are looking for work in the area as unemployment goes through its annual impact in the off-season tourism business.

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Bank Robberies Up

Posted: 01/18/2008 - Florida ranks 9th in bank robberies, and bankers say you can help cut the numbers down. They’re asking customers to follow a new, voluntary “no hats, no hoods, no sunglasses” policy.

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Krewe of Massalina Mardi Gras

Updated: 01/18/2008 - Its downtown Mardi Gras weekend in Panama City. It all begins Friday night at 6 PM with a gala block party in McKenzie Park.

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Senator Bill Nelson Stops in Panama City

Updated: 01/17/2008 - U.S. Senator Bill Nelson is on a statewide tour meeting with residents and community leaders. Thursday morning, Nelson stopped at the Panama City Chamber of Commerce.

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County Officials Debate Electronic Billboard Regulations

Updated: 01/17/2008 - Old-fashioned billboards are being replaced with electronic advertising around Bay County. Some of the new signs change their messages up to 10 times a minute and county commissioners are concerned they might be a distraction to drivers. Therefore, commissioners asked county staff to propose regulations for the eye-catching signs. The Planning and Zoning Commission took up the proposed regulation on Thursday, with a few concerned billboard executives in the audience.

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Calhoun Sales Tax

Posted: 01/17/2008 - When Calhoun County voters got to the polls on January 29 they'll have two tax proposal to decide.

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Girls Gone Wild Legal Wrangling

Posted: 01/17/2008 - State Attorney Steve Meadows says the charges against Girls Gone Wild mogul Joe Francis should not be dismissed because of a video tape Meadows showed to an A-B-C news reporter.

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New Judges

Posted: 01/17/2008 - This area could have as many as three new circuit judges taking office this year. Thursday, the Florida Supreme Court certified the need for two additional Circuit Judges in the 14th Juducial Circuit.

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Education Spending

Updated: 01/17/2008 - Governor Charlie Crist has added a new wrinkle to the property tax cut battle. He says schools won’t be hurt if voters pass Amendment One on January 29th. The governor unveiled his education budget proposal, calling for a billion more dollars in K through 12 spending.

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Allstate Responds

Updated: 01/17/2008 - The state upped the ante against Allstate insurance today, banning not just the sale of new auto policies..but all lines of insurance. The order comes 24 hours after the state announced the action. Phones have been ringing off the hook at agents offices. An Allstate spokesperson says the situation is difficult.

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Nelson in DeFuniak Springs

Updated: 01/17/2008 - U.S. Senator Bill Nelson will be in Panama City today. He's taking part in a question and answer session for community leaders at the Bay County Chamber of Commerce.

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Breakfast Point

Posted: 01/17/2008 - New Bay County school, Breakfast Point Academy, will be open for pre-K through 6th graders for the 2008-2009 school year.

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