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Local officials speak up in Tallahassee


Congressman Dunn discusses military, taxes and Washington


Despite executive order, experts say rural America will keep waiting for high speed internet


Proposed bill could potentially void Walton County's customary land use ordinance


Newly signed tax bill impacts requirement to buy health insurance


Navy making progress combating pilot safety issue


Rep. Dunn on GOP tax reform victory: Win for "generations"


Proposed state lawmaker lobby ban


Local teen covers President Trump's visit to the Panhandle


Florida Senator wants to get rid of Daylight Saving Time for good


Walton County legislative priorities focuses on infrastructure


UPDATE: Russia probe snags GOP, Democratic interests


Jimmy Patronis running for CFO in 2018


Florida lawmakers want to rename road after WWII hero


UPDATE - WH Chief of Staff Kelly 'disgusted' by politicized military deaths


Representative Gaetz now heading bill to end NFL's tax exemption status


Congressman Gaetz explains vote against hurricane relief funding


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Trump blasts FBI over shooting, says 'too much time' on Russia

Trump tweeted the FBI missed signals before a school shooting, and "are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign."

Legendary climber Jim Bridwell dies at 73

Jim Bridwell, a hard-partying hippie and legendary climber who lived his life vertically on some of the toughest peaks in Yosemite National Park, has died.

At rally, Parkland shooting survivors rail against NRA, Trump

"If all our government and president can do is send 'thoughts and prayers,' then it's time for victims to be the change," said one student.

Facebook plans to use U.S. mail to verify IDs of election ad buyers

Facebook said Saturday it will start using mailed postcards to verify the identities location of election ad buyers. It comes after alleged Russian actions.

Experts warn against connecting mental illness and mass shootings

A report published by the APA says that fewer than 1 percent of firearm homicides are committed by a person diagnosed with a mental illness.