Study: 1 out of 5 of college students condone violence as a silencer of controversial speech

A new study found many college students agree with using violence against controversial figures.

A new law in St. Andrews may have local skateboarders doing a 180, as Panama City Commissioners consider ramping up the rules.

She has been named Samira, meaning she who is of pleasant company.

The investigation is ongoing and additional arrests and charges are expected.

Sneads High School placed on lockdown after nearby man found with assault rifle

Schools across country observe "Say Something Week"

Couple picks up a piece of their history

13 school districts enter lawsuit against controversial house bill

Two major half-cent sales tax projects nearing completion

Mason jar herb garden

Kate Smith Elementary School rubble is being put to another use

Walton County's beach vendors meeting will address new ordinance concerns

The sky's the limit for 90-year-old's birthday wish

Tyndall Air Force Base holds Women's Health Fair

Springfield Police Chief Philip Thorne resigns

Time Travel Tuesday

Congressman Dunn visits Panama City Dialysis Center

One dead after apparent drowning in Panama City Beach

Former Okaloosa County employee arrested

Callaway Commissioners fill Ward Two seat

Two area educators honored by Governor Scott

Bay County Arrest Report: October 2017

Port Panama City's expansion construction begins

Grand opening ceremony for Sheffield Park

Air Force Colonel found guilty for soliciting teenager for sex

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