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Port St. Joe - Wewa Take Their Politics Seriously

Updated: 11/02/2005 - After a week of debate and a threatened lawsuit by one commissioner, the Gulf County Commission has approved on a 4 to 1 vote to go to total county-wide voting.

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Lover's Spat Lands Two in Hospital

Updated: 11/02/2005 - A Panama City Beach couple could be facing serious charges after a domestic dispute at their Thomas Drive area townhouse.

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Springfield Drive-by Shooting

Updated: 11/02/2005 - Springfield police say they have a suspect in mind, but not in custody, following a late Sunday night shooting, but they need more information before making an arrest.

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Lee Sullivan Faces His Biggest Battle Ever

Updated: 11/01/2005 - Panama City Beach Mayor Lee Sullivan has faced death many times, first serving as a Marine in Vietnam, then as a quarter of a century as a cop and police chief at the beach.

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Hometown Bank

Updated: 10/31/2005 - First Capital Bank in Jackson County is open for business.

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Washington County Bust

Updated: 10/31/2005 - Authorities in Washington County arrest a trio in connection with drug dealing.

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Chipley Murder Case

Updated: 10/31/2005 - The Police Department issues several arrest warrants in a murder case.

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Price Gouging

Updated: 10/30/2005 - The state is accusing two more gas station owners of price gouging. One of the stations is here in the Panhandle.

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Murder Victim Identified

Updated: 10/30/2005 - Investigators from the Chipley Police Department have identified a stabbing victim who died early Friday morning.

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Teacher Dismissed

Updated: 10/30/2005 - The Washington County school district has parted ways with a teacher who supposedly used some unusual methods.

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Senate Approved Smoak

Updated: 10/30/2005 - Panama City attorney Richard Smoak is about to become a federal judge.

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Local Scam of the Day

Updated: 10/30/2005 - Telephone scammers can be tricky, sound professional and authoritative, and even intimidating.

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Circus Goes On... Without Animals

Updated: 10/28/2005 - It's the world's largest circus still held under a big top, and it's here in Panama City this weekend.

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North-South Battle Brewing

Updated: 10/28/2005 - Dozens of angry voters showed up at a Town Hall meeting in Wewahitchka to voice their anger over Gulf County's “partial at-large” voting changes.

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Vandals Cause $100,000 Worth of Damage

Updated: 10/28/2005 - Walton County sheriff's investigators need your help finding out who committed what may be some of the worst cases of vandalism south Walton has ever seen.

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Burning Issue

Updated: 10/27/2005 - New buildings are going up everywhere on Panama City Beach. The construction can be inconvenient, but some Panama City Beach residents say the work that's taking place across from their neighborhood is unacceptable.

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Chipley Murder

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Authorities in Chipley are searching for a person of interest in connection with a Wednesday stabbing.

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College's Computer System Compromised

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Students and staff members at Chiploa College in Marianna learned earlier this month that some personal information of theirs was exposed on the college's network.

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Phone Rates Going Up Next Week

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Your phone bill will increase anywhere from $1.39 to $2.25 a month starting next week.

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How Secure Are We?

Updated: 10/27/2005 - We'd like to think that the United States national security is secure, but a man who works for a local branch of an intelligence contractor says we may have already compromised national secrets to a foreign country.

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Walton County Questions Fire District Audit

Updated: 10/27/2005 - Controversy over a sketchy audit report for the United Volunteer Fire District in north Walton County has volunteers wondering when their funds will reach maximum capacity.

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