Congress Neal Dunn says issues with recount "can be fixed" by state legislature

Congressman Neal Dunn speaks about recovery efforts in the Panhandle area and the Florida recount.

Political experts say while some are frivolous, others could succeed.

The city of Lynn Haven has raised $60,000 for its hurricane relief trust fund, but Mayor Margo Anderson says the amount will only help up to 12 households. She's looking to raise $40 million dollars for the fund.

Expect another day of wet and cool weather over the panhandle.

Man delivers new flags for Bay District schools

Bay District School Board honors Joe Wayne Walker

Florida recount déjà vu

Blountstown v. Port St. Joe

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Blountstown v. Port St. Joe

Parking garage an option for Arnold students going to Surfside

What a red, yellow, or green tag on your home means

Superintendent requests to cancel agreement with health department, does not pass

10/10 What's Past is Prologue

Time Travel Tuesday!

Recent beach renourishment project helps save Panama City Beach during Hurricane Michael

Tourism officials say Panama City Beach is back in business

Mexico Beach discusses canal clean up

Help for those unemployed after Hurricane Michael

Jackson County School District enrollment numbers up

Clearing up debris pickup questions

Bay District Schools start second week of re-openings

Mobile homes, recreational vehicles, and campers will be allowed on individual lots in Panama City

Utility bill update for residents in Panama City

Panama City created a disaster relief fund to help offset costs

Vessels need to be removed from the Panama City and St. Andrews Marinas

UPDATE: Court information for the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit

FBI: Four year-long investigation finds no wrongdoing at Dermatology office

Medical Monday: Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center CEO talks about reopening success

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Eyed in California fires, utility companies push for lighter penalties

PG&E has already spent more than $1 million lobbying legislators this year

World Kindness Day brings a little light to a dark world

November 13 marks the observance of World Kindness Day, which was established by the World Kindness Movement at a Tokyo conference in 1998, and dedicated to being nice to others.

Ohio family charged with the murder of 8 people at pot farm

The Pike County Sheriff's Office charged the family on accusations they planned and carried out the murders of the Rhoden family in April of 2016.

Ticks are spreading more disease than ever

The real burden of tickborne infection is probably 10 times what is reported, experts say.

Christie's auction of American art sets records, hauls $318 million

Edward Hopper's iconic "Chop Suey" sold for a staggering $91,875,000, a new auction record for American Art.