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Paul Vecker 3-20-2017

Our crime and safety consultant Paul Vecker stopped by the NewsChannel 7 studio with some tips to protect your computer from hackers.

New Form of Transportation in South Walton

A new form of transportation is making its way to South Walton.

Fires Allowed on Panama City Beach

Panama City Beach council members decided on a compromise between fires on the beach during the summer and keeping sea turtle nests safe.

Woman's Body Found in Jackson County

Jackson County deputies responded to a call about a body in the area along Old U.S. Road Thursday.

Arlene 100 Days 5:30pm

We catch up with 95 year old Arlene Borges from Santa Rosa Beach as President Trump's 1st 100 days in office draw near. We wanted to know how she thought he was doing so far?

Horse Show

Despite protests, the Gulf Coast Charity Horse show will go on.

Panama City Beach Police Understaffed

Panama City Beach Police are looking to hire a few more officers. They say they're understaffed.

 

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Arkansas Executions: State Plans to Put Final Inmate to Death

Arkansas plans to put Kenneth Williams to death Thursday — the final execution of a controversial spate that has garnered international attention.

Delta Asked Man to Leave Plane for Going to Bathroom: Video

Delta removed Kima Hamilton from a flight from Atlanta to Milwaukee after he used the restroom while the plane was delayed on the tarmac as it taxied to take off, according to a YouTube video filmed by another passenger.

Cop Charged for Killing Pedestrian While Speeding

A Philadelphia cop was arrested Wednesday after speeding alongside another officer led to the death of a 50-year-old pedestrian crossing the street earlier this year.

Anti-ISIS Raid Leaves at Least 2 U.S. Service Members Dead

Afghanistan remains mired in violence and bloodshed as the Taliban and ISIS fight over territory and clash against government and coalition forces.

Painkillers to Heroin, New Film Shows It Can 'Happen to Anybody'

The heroin addicts whose stories are told in "Warning: This Drug May Kill You" all began by abusing prescription painkillers.