Sunday Forecast

Skies will be clear and sunny on Sunday.

Residents of Mexico Beach are picking up the pieces by helping each other out, but now, some South Floridians have come to help the First Baptist Church of Mexico Beach assist their community.

Deputies reportedly received the call just before 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon.

The Cohen Law Group held a free legal advice clinic at the Shrimp Boat Restaurant in Saint Andrews.

Tzu Chi Foundation gives back to Panama City

Man Killed by Hurricane Michael remembered by local church

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Tuesday Morning Weather

Wheels never came off local Meals on Wheels Program

Congressman Neal Dunn introduces a new legislation to help hurricane victims

Manual recount presses forward with state’s rules intact

Bay High "Million Dollar Band" receives a check for hurricane relief

Hurricane Michael's damage to Bay Point

Blountstown hospital still in shambles after Hurricane Michael

Dedication amidst destruction: CNATRA flight students help with Hurricane Michael recovery

Community helps Jackson County veteran in need

Power poles tell story of Hurricane Michael

CFO Jimmy Patronis discusses insurance hotline

Deadline extended for Emergency Prescription Assistance Program

12 people facing charges in connection with Hurricane Michael contracting scams

Friday Forecast

Local real estate company donates supplies to students

Frozen Turkey Bowling Championship to help local students

Local organization to participate in Worldwide Candle Lighting ceremony

Local church working with FEMA to give people stable housing

Friday Morning Forecast

Vote-by-mail voters given chance to fix signatures

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DeVos campus sex misconduct rules slammed by victims' advocates

"It will return schools to a time where rape, assault and harassment were swept under the rug," said an advocacy group for sexual assault survivors.

Two dead in vintage World War II fighter crash after flyover

The privately-owned Mustang fighter was returning after performing a flyover during a living history show at the National Museum of the Pacific War.

'Total destruction': Volunteers sift through ashes of Northern California wildfire

“It’s not so much what I have seen but what I haven’t seen,” said Dave Freeman, 74, a volunteer and retired school superintendent. “There’s not much that’s recognizable.”

Death toll in Northern California wildfire grows to 76

"There's really no way to describe just the pure devastation," a fire official said.

Meditation helps veterans with PTSD, Defense Dept. experiment finds

All sessions were once a week for 90 minutes.