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Salvation Army to provide holiday help to Bay County residents


Monday Morning Forecast


Compassionate Friends of Bay County light candles for lost loved ones


Panama City hosts Hope and Healing event


South Florida teens raise money for Hurricane Michael recovery efforts in Mexico Beach


Mexico Beach making progress in its recovery since hurricane


Local Boy Scouts help Salvage Santa prepare bikes for Christmas


Panama City Beach gets into the holiday spirit with annual parade


Lynn Haven Christmas Parade brings more than holiday cheer


Association of St. Jude gives away donations


New York firefighters bring down toys from the Big Apple


Light show on "Old Sentry" oak tree kicks off Christmas in St. Andrews


More than 400 toys donated for Project 25


Parker Elementary principle leading by example


Weekend Forecast


Bay County Chamber of Commerce members get one-on -one help at their recovery workshop


BDS: Most schools stop sharing campuses in January


"I may not make it home" thought Trooper of the Year


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Jerome Corsi sues Mueller, Justice, Department, CIA, FBI and NSA

The suit accuses the special counsel of blackmailing him to lie as part of a "legal coup d'etat" against President Donald Trump.

Video showing officers trying to rip baby from mom's arms called 'troubling'

"No mother should have to experience the trauma and humiliation we all witnessed in this video," an official said.

Massive storm hits the Southeast, killing four

Almost 2,000 departures were canceled at airports in the region, and many in the Carolinas, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia remained without power.

Arson 'attacks' target Jehovah's Witness halls in Washington State

"How frustrating is it that people who find a solemn place of worship — now it’s being destroyed,” an official said.

Cyntoia Brown must serve five decades before she’s eligible for release, state supreme court rules

Tried as an adult, Brown was convicted of murder at age 16 for the death of 43-year-old Johnny Allen. She said he offered to pay her for sex and she feared he would kill her. The decision by the Tennessee Supreme Court sparked outrage online among Brown’s supporters.