Posted: 12/14/2007 - Another push is being made in Tallahassee to make Florida's seat belt law a primary offense.
Updated: 12/14/2007 - 2007 is the first year in more than two decades that Florida has not executed someone. Executions were halted after a botched lethal injection last December and this month by the US Supreme Court. Some people think the political will for the ultimate penalty is diminishing.
Updated: 12/14/2007 - The Christmas spirit was overflowing at Peoples First Bank Friday.
Updated: 12/14/2007 - An Alabama man is in critical condition after being beaten and stabbed overnight in Laurel Hill in north Okaloosa County.
Updated: 12/14/2007 - The fire earlier this week, which destroyed the 80 year old Train Depot in Downtown Panama City, was formally ruled as an arson by investigators Friday morning.
Posted: 12/14/2007 - An Alabama man is in critical condition after being beaten and stabbed overnight in Laurel Hill in north Okaloosa County.
Updated: 12/14/2007 - Three years ago three brothers and their mother were found dead in their Marianna apartment.
Posted: 12/14/2007 - Two rare Red Cockaded Woodpeckers are released on Raffield Island to increase this endangered species' population.
Posted: 12/14/2007 - Two years and almost $50,000 later, Silver Sands Factory Outlet in Destin has created a Christmas light program to leave shoppers in awe.
Posted: 12/14/2007 - Both human and technological errors are taking the blame for the Walton County Sheriff’s Office’s discrepancies with the IRS.
Updated: 12/14/2007 - One Jackson County man is behind bars for allegedly shooting another man on Thursday night.
Posted: 12/14/2007 - Members of a local political action group delivered a petition Thursday to Congressman Allen Boyd to stop what they called “President Bush's March to War”.
Posted: 12/14/2007 - You've heard of the 12 Days of Christmas. A local church is teaming up with two businesses in sponsoring the 12-Cars of Christmas.
Posted: 12/14/2007 - A 16 person grand jury met Thursday at the Bay County Courthouse to decide what will happen next in the case of Correctional Probation Officer Monica Pennington.
Updated: 12/14/2007 - Someone who bought a Florida Lottery Fantasy Five ticket in Campbellton for Thursday night's drawing is well on the way to being nearly a quarter of a million dollars richer.
Posted: 12/13/2007 - A multi-million dollar project to help people with “special needs” during disasters is out of money. The funds were supposed to buy large generators for special needs shelters. Florida lawmakers are demanding answers.
Posted: 12/13/2007 - It appears certain that an anti gay marriage amendment will be on next November’s ballot. The group “Florida4Marriage” said Thursday it has gathered more than the required 611 thousand signatures to get a place on the ballot.
Posted: 12/13/2007 - A Mason-Dixon poll out Thursday shows property taxes are the number one concern facing Floridians. Another poll by teachers shows that fewer than 60 percent of those who will be voting are not yet convinced a plan to cut taxes being voted on in January is the right thing to do. And opposition to the tax cut plan is growing.
Posted: 12/13/2007 - The South Walton Mosquito Control Commissioner arrested last week for filing false address documents, has been removed from office by Governor Crist.
Posted: 12/13/2007 - There's a move by Georgia lawmakers to pressure the Pentagon into reconsidering its plans to end production of the FA-22 Raptor fighter.
Updated: 12/14/2007 - The Jackson County Grand Jury today indicted Wesley Williams for the murders of Danielle Baker and three of her four children, two of which were his.
Posted: 12/13/2007 - Five Arnold High School students who overdosed on an antidepressant at school have been expelled.
Posted: 12/13/2007 - CNN/Money.com is picking the St. Joe company among it's best investment bets for 2008. The experts interviewed for the article admit they have no idea if the Florida real estate market has hit rock bottom. But they say it will eventually bounce back.
Posted: 12/13/2007 - If you're downloading free songs from the internet you might want to think twice. Sony, Elektra Entertainment Group, B-M-G Music, Priority records, and Atlantic Recording Corporation are suing a Panama City Beach woman, saying she illegally shared 122-songs over the internet.