Updated: 5:44 PM Hundreds of visitors and residents will be out on the water this weekend, celebrating Memorial weekend, but they will not be alone.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will be monitoring the waters.
Updated: 5:44 PM For the first time in state history, the Great Recession forced Florida to borrow several billion dollars for unemployment payout from the Federal Government. After a little more than three years later, the debt has been repaid.
Updated: 9:00 PM The saying goes, 'where there's smoke there's fire.' Some Washington County residents said there was a cloud of controversy over the county fire department for alleged misuse of county funds.
Updated: 9:00 PM Memorial Day weekend is the busiest time on the water in our area.
There have been 11 confirmed boating related deaths this year in Florida, two of those in the panhandle.
It is a good time to remind you of some key boating safety guidelines.
Updated: 8:07 PM For years Florida has been the laughing stock of the nation for having the dubious distinction of having a flawed election process often times leaving voters in long lines until the early hours of the morning.
Updated: 8:46 AM A deal between Florida’s largest state property insurance company and a new private insurance company is raising questions. Heritage, the recipient of a 52 million dollar contract recently donated one hundred ten thousand dollars to Governor Rick Scott.
Updated: 8:59 PM In the summer Northwest Florida thrives on tourism and water related activities. After being banned from doing helicopter tours within Destin city limits Timberview Helicopter decided to get in on the water activities.
Updated: 5:19 PM A Panama City attorney goes before a judge on Thursday. Officials say Bill Price has criminal charges for violating a court order that told him not to pursue certain lines of questioning during a recent trial involving Julianna Ellzey.
Posted: 11:25 AM This week's Golden Apple award winner teaches kindergarten at Lynn Haven Elementary school. Karrie Garrett was nominated by Stacey Ellis, a parent, who writes: "Mrs. Garrett loves her students and it shows! She makes each one of them feel very special! Mrs. Garrett is not only a great teacher, but also a wonderful person!"
Updated: 9:49 AM Hundreds of Millions of dollars in property is sitting in a high security vault in the state capital waiting for owners to claim. The state is about to auction off the goods. But that still doesn’t mean all is lost.