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Machete wielding man leads deputies on a high speed chase


Electrical fire at beach resort causes locals and visitors to evacuate


'Liquor by the drink" to be decided by mail-in ballot in Jackson County


Tourist dies in apparent drowning in Destin


Panama City holds Distinguished Gentleman's Ride


New art program brings murals to town


Panama City Mall holds fall fashion show


New inclusive coffee shop opens in Panama City


Locals walk to remember and honor babies who have passed away


Bay County Chamber of Commerce honors industry leaders


Big businesses coming to Panama City


Delicious Dreams: Local chef cooks up a brighter future


Downtown Improvement Board talks revitalizing Panama City


Gulf Power provides self-serve kiosks to customers


Reflecting on Jackson County's summer tourism


Gulf County bay scallop season set to open


Panama City Marina project still leaves locals divided


Panama City officials sign proclamation for Suicide Prevention Month


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Singing the anthem before "Monday Night Football," Jordin Sparks bore a Bible verse on her hand — a message to rulers to rule fairly.

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"It looks like a bomb went off": Puerto Ricans described desperate conditions on the hurricane-rocked island and pleaded for more help from federal agencies on Monday.

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Pacific Fleet Commander to Retire in Wake of Deadly Crashes

The commander of the United States Pacific Fleet is retiring after learning there's no possibility of him being promoted out of his current job, he told NBC News on Monday.