Agriculture

Local farmers report good harvest, Hurricane Michael recovery continues


Protecting plants in freezing temperatures


Florida crop insurance deadline nears


World renowned fashion designer eyeing Florida hemp


Jackson, Holmes, Washington counties hosting agritourism workshop


Same Leader, new optimism at DEP


Locals get lessons on renovating landscapes


Jackson, Calhoun among hardest hit agricultural communities following Hurricane Michael


Satsuma grove endures Hurricane Michael


Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam speaks with local farmers


Jackson County farmers seeking a farm supply store


2018 Jackson County Cattlemen's Tour


Dry season for peanut farmers


Satsuma growing season in full bloom


The Lazy Acres Family Farm tour day is Saturday


Keeping cattle warm in cold weather


Protecting citrus from cold weather


Satsuma harvest season starts


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Saudi Air Force member who killed 3 at U.S. Navy base had watched mass-shooting videos

The shooter was at a dinner prior to Friday's rampage at which mass-shooting videos were viewed, an official said.

Elderly couple found dead in snow suspected to have died of exposure

A married couple's bodies were found in snow along a road in rural Arizona where a major wintry storm hit a week ago.

Family of Robert Levinson, held in Iran 13 years, calls prisoner exchange 'bittersweet'

"We can't help but be extremely disappointed that, despite all its efforts, the United States government was unable to secure his release," the family said.

8-year-old reportedly strip-searched during prison visit

The girl was visiting her father when she was led to believe that if she didn't remove her clothes she wouldn't be able to see him, according to reports.

Man caused 'mass panic' at staging violent fight for video, police say

Police said Marcquis Graham, of Philadelphia, and four others staged a "violent altercation" and yelled about guns for a video that was going to be posted on social media.