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Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission hosts Women's Fishing Clinic


Alabama woman arrested after dog found dead in car


Woman arrested after allegedly firing shots into the air


Heartland Rescue Ranch offers educational programs for kids


Stand-off following alleged domestic dispute ends peacefully


Just Jump Trampoline Park opening in Panama City Beach


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Man allegedly trades narcotics for sex with a minor


Annual Jackson County Cattlemen's Tour takes place in Sneads


Community helps build garden at assisted living facility


OJ Simpson's possible return to Florida


Local man sells barbecue to help veterans


O.J. Simpson's 1995 visit to Panama City Beach


Summer camp challenges students in STEM subjects


Woman on probation for accessory to murder back in jail


Update: Springfield's boil water notice lifted


Bay Credit Union volunteer of the year recipient


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Major California Wildfire Slows as Residents Try to Recover

Residents examined the damage after a massive wildfire burned through the hills near Yosemite National Park, one of several major fires in California.

Trump Calls New Carrier USS Gerald Ford Symbol of Power

President Donald Trump at the commissioning of the USS Gerald Ford said "everyone will know that America is coming and America is coming strong."

Ex-Escort Gets 16 Years for Trying to Have Husband Killed

Former Florida escort Dalia Dippolito was sentenced Friday to 16 years in prison for trying to hire a hit man to murder her newlywed husband.

Strong Aftershocks Test Nerves on Greek Island After Quake

Strong aftershocks rattled the Greek island of Kos on Saturday after a magnitude-6.7 quake Friday, and crews began examining damage to cultural monuments.

Popular Venezuelan Violinist Bloodied During Protest

Clashes ensued for several hours as hundreds of masked youths hurled stones and Molotov cocktails at National Guard troops firing tear gas from motorbikes.