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Angel House Bereavement Center

Updated: 02/04/2016 - Most of us have experienced some type of loss in our lives. Maybe a loved one, a marriage or even a job. Grief affects people differently. But when the loss becomes overwhelming where do you turn?

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Beach mosquito control monitoring breeding grounds

Posted: 02/04/2016 - Mosquito experts with the Panama City Beach Mosquito Control District say the chance for transmission of Zika is not as likely in the Panhandle as further south. But officials said they are remaining vigilant in their observations and collections of active mosquitoes.

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Lawmakers discuss concealed carry, open carry bills

Updated: 02/04/2016 - The Florida House spent three hours questioning two controversial gun bills Tuesday night. One allows concealed carry on college campuses, the other allows open carry throughout the state. Democrats heavily oppose both.

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Panama City Beach residents divided over closing off a neighborhood street

Posted: 02/03/2016 - We told you a few months ago how some residents living in the west end of the beach were upset about a drug rehab center set to open in their neighborhood. Since then, county commissioners have taken steps to ease their concerns, but not everyone is convinced it'll help.

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First known case of leprosy in Bay County shows up

Posted: 02/03/2016 - Even though it's pretty rare, leprosy isn't just a disease from biblical times. According to the Dermatology Specialists of Florida, Bay County now has its first known case of leprosy.

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High schools begin recruitment of 8th grade students

Posted: 02/03/2016 - As education standards become more rigorous, schools are working hard to recruit the best and brightest to their student body. But the recruiting starts earlier than you might expect.

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Vernon High School's record-breaking signing day

Updated: 02/04/2016 - Wednesday was a banner day at Vernon High School, where every senior on the football team signed a scholarship. But it was more than just football players celebrating on National Signing Day.

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Caryville woman believes her goats are being sexually assaulted

Updated: 02/04/2016 - "Please leave my goats alone, please repent, please turn yourself in," a desperate plea from Sharon Cruz-Pecina, a Caryville resident who said since last summer a man has been sexually assaulting three of her goats.

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