Group working to make sure marine life live in clean environment

Gulf World Marine Institute and Diver's Den are continuing their partnership with beach clean up efforts in Panama City Beach.

Westbound traffic was blocked off while officers investigate the scene.

Some tourists say stormy weather coming won't put a damper on their plans.

Facilities say every storm is different and brings new challenges, but what’s important is learning from the mistakes of the past and improving upon them.

BASIC of Northwest Florida holds town hall meeting to discuss HIV/AIDS

Rutherford holds inaugural graduation ceremony at Tommy Oliver

Local restaurant helps fight child hunger on Red Nose Day

School officials talk school safety, student health

Replicas of Christopher Columbus' ships sail to Panama City

Could changing date labels reduce food waste?

Local divers catch more than a thousand lionfish during tournament

Trial date set for man accused of killing local business owner

New traffic light at 30A/395

Local emergency officials prepare for storm

Honoring Cason Hatcher

Law enforcement come together to join "Hands Across the Border"

Panama City Beach City Council approves pay raise for more than 100 employees

Bay County Arrest Report: May 2018

Bay Town Trolley adding bus to beach route for summer

Local spent his life serving his country and boxers

This week's Golden Apple winner is Niki Calareso of Wewahitchka Elementary School

New South Walton sports park gets lighting funding

Thursday Forecast

Raising money for hungry children

Officials: Harvey Weinstein to surrender in sexual misconduct probe

'It's about time': President Trump pardons late boxer Jack Johnson

President Trump awards Medal of Honor to Navy SEAL in Afghan assault

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