Arrest Records - March 2017, Bay County Jail, Panama City, Fl.

Panama City Beach Police Release new information on the capture of 14 year-old shooting suspect

Operation: Room Service leads to 11 arrests after motel drug bust

Police: 14-year-old shot first, accomplice shot second in PCB shooting death

Teen wanted for role in fatal shooting caught

UDATE: Deputies find missing DeFuniak Springs Woman

14-year-old among two charged with 2nd degree murder in PCB shooting death

Two people wanted in relation to PCB shooting caught, third still on the loose

Deputies need help finding missing teen

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Georgia man arrested after Gold Nugget robbery

Police looking for the suspect of Bambi's Dollhouse burglary

Panama City woman arrested for child abuse

UPDATE: Deputies say Saturday night shooting victim was not actually shot

PC Beach Police: Three wanted in relation to deadly shooting

Two charged in Destin carjacking after holding woman against her will

Man shot at Foxwood Apartments

One dead in shooting at Shoppes at Edgewater parking lot

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Republicans Cancel Thursday Health Care Vote

House Republican leaders abruptly canceled a planned vote on the GOP health care bill Thursday afternoon as they struggled to find sufficient support to pass it. A House GOP leadership aid confirmed to NBC News there would be no vote today. The move comes after House conservatives said there was no deal struck on the bill after a meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House Thursday. Tune in to MSNBC for continuing coverage and analysis.

Khalid Masood Identified as London Parliament Attacker

Police identified the suspect as Khalid Masood, 52, on Thursday.

Should Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Own a Shipping Firm?

The billionaire has a major stake in a fleet that flies a Chinese flag and visits Iran and Russia.

London Attack: Slain Cop Was Dad Who 'Actually Cared About the People'

Constable Keith Palmer "left for work [Wednesday] expecting to return home at the end of his shift and had every right to expect that would happen."

WH on Health Care Bill: 'We're Seeing People Come On Board'

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer speaks optimistically of the American Health Care Act after President Trump's meeting with conservative R