Safety

A local woman is a Damsel in Defense


Fourth of July Holiday Safety


Local firefighters go above and beyond the call of duty


Keeping kids safe in hot cars this summer


Washington County EMS to get a new ambulance


Florida Highway Patrol cracking down on aggressive drivers


Under the Sheriff's direction


Hands Across the Border: officers united against distracted driving


Hurricane season kicks off


Bay County Fire Rescue fully staffs Sand Hills Fire Station


Florida Highway Patrol facing major shortage of troopers


Beach warning flag system breaks down daily water conditions


Crews spend the day rescuing swimmers


High number of vehicle burglaries reported near Grand Ridge


Three teens saved from the Gulf


Hospital employees get active shooter training


Ribbon cutting ceremony held for new sidewalks


Getting ready for pool season


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North Korean Ballistic Missile Launch Detected by Pentagon

North Korea has fired a projectile that appeared to be a missile into waters off Japan.

Yellowstone Workers Disciplined Amid Reports of Misconduct

Investigators have uncovered problems at many of the nation's premier parks, as well as inappropriate behavior toward female employees.

Islamic Group Building Mosque Appeals After Lawsuit Alleging Discrimination Dismissed

The suit accused the city of Yonkers of religious discrimination and constitutional violations when the city made a house an Islamic group had bought a landmark

One Dead, Four Wounded in Stabbing in German Supermarket

One person has died after being stabbed in a supermarket in Hamburg, Germany.

Latino and Black Millennials 'Financially Fragile,' Report Says

Researchers found 12% of Latino and 17% of black millennials are "unbanked," or don't own checking and savings accounts, versus 7% of white millennials.