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Remembering Jason Ian Price

Arnold High School staff and students are remembering a local teen who was killed Saturday night.

Tuesday Evening Forecast

There was a little more sun and a fewer storms over the panhandle.

Bay District School Property Use Policy

Bay District Schools leaders discussed their property use policy during Tuesday's school board meeting.

East Avenue Bridge

Panama City commissioners are working with Port Panama City and DOT officials to replace the bridge on East Avenue over Watson Bayou.

Highway 331/CR 280 Connector Road

Representative Brad Drake visited Walton County Tuesday to talk about building a connector road between Highway 331 and County Road 280.

Open Gaetz Day

Representative Matt Gaetz visited local middle schoolers and held an "Open Gaetz Day" on Tuesday.

Walton Wide Web

County partners with internet providers to bring internet to low income families.

 

VIPIR Radar

NBC News Headlines

Justice Department Pulls Back on Anti-Trump Website Warrant

Federal prosecutors said they didn't realize just how broad their own search warrant for data about visitors to an anti-Trump website really was.

Fashion Disaster: Mnuchin's Wife Apologizes for 'Inappropriate' IG Post

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's wife Louise Linton has apologized after a seemingly facetious rant against an Instagram user who criticized her for posting about designer labels while getting off a government plane on Monday.

Near-Record Powerball Jackpot Sparks Lottery Fever Across United States

While the chances of winning are minuscule, this week's Powerball jackpot is unquestionably huge: Wednesday's $700 million drawing has the chance to change at least one life forever.

Game Over: Ex-Lottery Executive Gets 25 Years for Rigging Numbers

Eddie Tipton, ex-IT manager for the group that runs lotteries in 33 states, installed code that made games produce predictable numbers on certain days.

Phoenix Mayor Calls on Trump to Apologize at Rally for Charlottesville Comments

Just hours before President Trump's campaign-style rally in Phoenix, the city's mayor reiterated Tuesday that "the timing could not be worse" for the event.