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Dates for 2021 and future scallop seasons approved by FWC


One arrested, one wanted in connection with nine car burglaries in Mexico Beach


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Bay District School's Principal of the Year discusses challenges, goals


Bay County Public Library celebrates Black History Month


Panama City Publishing Museum reopens in Historic St. Andrews


Bay County's Disaster Case Management Program helps hundreds


Rivals take pre-debate shots as Bloomberg faces major test


Neysa Wilkins surprised with plaque for efforts with veterans


Democrats won’t commit to same-day release of Nevada results


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2-year-old hugs pizza delivery driver, not knowing he just lost his daughter


US judge sides with migrants in case against Border Patrol


Jackson County Courthouse renovations expected to be completed by April


George Zimmerman suing Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren for alleged defamation


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Thousands of Americans voluntarily self-quarantine after returning from China

It's up to the state and local health departments to decide how to manage their residents under self-quarantine.

Cowboys star Amari Cooper responds to hoax that he was shot: 'Fake news'

Cooper was forced to respond to a tweet Wednesday by a now-deleted account claiming he was shot in a Dallas parking garage.

U.S. judge sides with migrants in Arizona case against Border Patrol

A U.S. judge sided with migrants who have long-complained about inhumane and unsanitary conditions in some U.S. Border Patrol facilities in Arizona.

Airports warn of chaos with looming Real ID license deadline

Without a special Real ID driver's license or card, airline passengers will be required to present a passport, military ID or Global Entry card to pass through security, even for domestic flights starting in October.

George Zimmerman sues Warren, Buttigieg for $265 million

The ex-neighborhood watch volunteer who was acquitted of killing the 17-year-old says the Democrats defamed him on Twitter.