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Crash Kills Two People

Updated: 05/29/2004 - Two people are dead and one is in serious, but stable condition after an early morning crash in Panama City Beach.

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The Will to Walk

Updated: 05/29/2004 - May is National Arthritis Month, and Saturday morning people in Bay County got out their walking shoes in an effort to step forward find a cure.

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Local Flavor

Updated: 05/29/2004 - Some locals didn't head straight to the beach, instead heading to the St. Andrews Marina for the Waterfront Market.

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Deer Hunters and Landowners at Odds

Updated: 05/28/2004 - Hunters who use dogs to hunt deer have run afoul with some of the Panhandle's private landowners, so state wildlife officials are considering tougher rules to punish hunters and trespassing dogs, and hunters are not happy.

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Mom Shoots Son in Southport Home

Updated: 05/28/2004 - A Southport man was shot in the back Friday morning while sitting at his computer in his home.

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Area Gets a New M.E.

Updated: 05/28/2004 - The Panama City - Bay County area will once again have a full-time medical examiner.

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Jenny Cowan Doing Great

Updated: 05/27/2004 - Local seven-year-old burn victim reaches another amazing milestone in her recovery. This one coming six months earlier than expected.

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Wiz Kid

Updated: 05/27/2004 - Farmers are continually worried about bugs and pest destroying their crops, but one young man says he's found an answer.

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Easy Education

Updated: 05/27/2004 - A local man is now facing felony charges for allegedly lying about his education in order to get a job.

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Airport Birds

Updated: 05/27/2004 - If you heard loud "bangs" near the Panama City Airport Thursday, it was not related to any new terror warnings or emergency training. It was for the birds.

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Taxwatch Pegs Bay and Gulf County Projects as Turkeys

Updated: 05/27/2004 - The Taxwatch watchdog group says this year's state budget is stuffed full of real turkeys. At a Tallahassee news conference, Taxwatch members listed more than $200 million worth of so-called budget turkeys.

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Parks Pull Flags

Updated: 05/26/2004 - As we head closer to Memorial Day weekend, our beaches expect to be crowded with visitors and locals, but as county officials have sought to make our beaches safer this year, the State Parks Department has done just the opposite.

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Eglin Airmen Hit the Road

Updated: 05/26/2004 - Fourteen airmen from Hurlburt Field will be spending the next week on motorcycles.

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