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Tyndall Air Force Base reportedly receives further damage from weekend's severe weather

Tyndall already sustained significant damage due to Hurricane Michael. Back in October, we learned about 99 percent of base housing and other facilities sustained some degree of damage.

Sunday will be chilly, but sunny.

The group HBCU Adventures held a meet and greet with around 25 licensed contractors and public adjusters at the Holley Center at FSU Panama City.

Beginning January 22nd , WJHG is making some changes and must move to a new channel.

Locals march in solidarity for third annual Women's March

Police: Mississippi man arrested after fleeing, striking an officer

ACURE hosts rally in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

Tuesday Morning Weather

Man arrested after reportedly threatening, assaulting Okaloosa County commissioner

Panama City Beach police investigating attempted murder

NAACP holds annual prayer breakfast

Businesses from Panama City are relocating to Panama City Beach

Super Blood Wolf Moon Is Coming This Weekend

Weekend Forecast

Bay High students and staff returning to campus Tuesday

Bay County Arrest Report: January 2019

Local congressman introduces new bill correcting old problems

Governor DeSantis changing medical marijuana industry in Florida

Customers charged multiple times at a Marianna Hardee's

Tree giveaway in Panama City

Code Enforcement cracking down on broken fences

Tree giveaway in Jackson County for Arbor Day

January is Move Over Month

New FEMA trailer site on the way to Panama City

Bay High alum gives back to Bay Education Foundation

St. Andrews State Park is back open for day use

Officials arrest transient accused of sexual assault

Local lawyers recognized for pro bono work

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'SNL' brings 'Deal or no Deal: Government Shutdown Edition'

Nancy Pelosi, played by Kate McKinnon, said she'd agree to end the government shutdown if Trump would say, "Nancy’s my mommy."

Jet slides off O'Hare runway, as snow sweeps across Midwest towards Northeast

"It will be a rough couple of days," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in Utica, which could see more than a foot of snow.

Women's March participants find inspiration in America's youth

“I want my generation to solve everything,” Zöe Lucas, 15, of Stafford, Virgina, said.

Border Patrol video shows migrants crawling under fence into U.S.

A group of 84 men, women and children were dropped off by a tour bus on a Mexican highway before they crossed.

Heart attack survivor who nearly died during marathon runs again with surgeon who saved his life

Dwayne Pickens suffered a heart attack while running the Dallas Marathon and nearly died on the course. One year later, he completed the relay race with his sons, as well as the heart surgeon and first responders who saved his life.