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Colonial era ship, El Galeon, docks at the Panama City Marina


Beachy Beach party


Orphans from Uganda visit Panama City to tell stories of hope


Learn more about your heritage with a simple test


Sixteen Years of Growing with Panama City Beach


UNwineD festival


Them Jacksons just want to rock and roll


The circus comes to town


Tyndall Air Force Base gearing up for Gulf Coast Salute


Rescue Mission gardening project


Purses with a purpose


Native Spirit museum and gallery


Relay for Life


Local church fights hunger by distributing 5,000 pounds of food


Locals celebrate World Down Syndrome Awareness Day


South Walton skate park gaining traction


Pilot Club 5K and fun run for brain-related disorders


GCSC presents Cabaret


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Arkansas Inmates Say Speedy Execution Pace Violates Rights

Eight men on death row in Arkansas — who are all scheduled to be executed in a 10 day span — fought for their lives Monday in a federal complaint, claiming the breakneck pace was 'cruel and unusual' and 'threatened violations of their right to counsel.'

Mexican Families Reunite at U.S.-Mexico Border Park

Friendship Park, located between the San Diego and Tijuana border is a place where Mexican families divided by their immigration status can reunite.

$97 Million Settlement Reached in Flint Water Suit

If the settlement is approved, Flint and Michigan will dig up and replace water lines leading to at least 18,000 homes by Jan. 1, 2020.

Giuliani To Help Defend Accused Iran Money Launderer

Reza Zarrab is accused of laundering hundreds of millions dollars for the Iranian government and Iranian firms to evade sanctions.

AG Sessions Threatens 'Sanctuary Cities,' Mayors Fight Back

Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned so-called sanctuary cities they could lose federal money for refusing to cooperate with immigration authorities.