Economy

Florida jobless rate drops again as state adds 19,000 jobs


'Dig Once' brings new language to Walton Land Development Code


Canadian Consul General makes a stop in Marianna


Local businesses: tourist season is off to a good start


Panama City Beach, state see record tourism numbers


Governor Scott stops in Bay County to rally for economic incentives


Proposed amendment could change usage for BP oil spill settlement money


Commissioners address Spring Break turnout


Walton County considering new half-cent sales tax


Unemployment rate on a slow decline for Jackson County


Could recent shootings affect tourism in Panama City Beach?


Small businesses in South Walton need employees


Fishermen say federal regulations affect local economy


Construction underway for GKN Aerospace, plans to bring 170 jobs to Bay County


9th annual sports/events workshop


Governor Scott talks tourism in Panama City Beach visit


TDC introduces new Panama City Beach marketing team


Local beach resort is redefining spring break with religious draw


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Spike in 'Horrific' Acid Attacks Leaves Britons Shaken

British authorities are worried at the indiscriminate nature of the recent surge in horrific acid-based crimes.

A Date With Death: Inmates Given Cold-Case Calendars to Solve Crimes

The cold-case calendars will feature a photograph of a murder victim or missing person, as well as details about the case, for each week of the year.

Frozen in Time: What Glaciers Have Entombed Over the Years

The frozen bodies of a couple who went missing 75 years ago found in the Alps this week is just one of many secrets glaciers have revealed as they melted.

Errant U.S. Airstrike Kills 12 Afghan Police, Official Says

Twelve Afghan National Police officers were killed in an errant U.S. airstrike in Helmand province during operations against the Taliban, the police chief said.

Intelligence Chief: Agencies Agree Russia Meddled

Daniel Coats, the director of national intelligence, tells NBC's Lester Holt there is no dissent among U.S. spy agencies that Russia meddled in the election.