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Bay County Jail officials working to prevent spread of COVID-19


Good news stories from the week


Local woman cooks free meals for families in need


Panama City day care remains open


Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida goes virtual


United Way of Northwest Florida continues to serve community amid outbreak


New insight on event that hosted local politicians and the late Joe Diffie


High school seniors' plans in question due to COVID-19


Local elected officials attend event with Joe Diffie before coronavirus death


NSWC-PC develops ventilator prototype


Local property rental companies adjust to the pandemic


Lynn Haven city officials keep Porter Park open


Altha family gets to new home


Shipwreck Island postpones opening day


Panama City Maintenance Crew puts up signs to encourage first responders


Panama City Beach Aquatic Center remains open with limited capacity


Volunteer construction takes hit in Bay County due to COVID-19.


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Paramedics under pressure with record level emergency calls

Paramedics in Florida are now getting more and more calls for potential coronavirus cases. In Coral Springs, many paramedics took “quick-read” blood tests to check for antibodies to see if they have an inexplicable immunity and can take more calls.

New York death toll tops 4,000 as military called in to help

The federal government is deploying the military to help in hard-hit New York state, sending more than 1,000 doctors, nurses and support staff. Governor Cuomo said the state may be nearing its peak or plateau in cases. The state saw a drop in its daily death toll, but Cuomo warned it's too early to tell what that means long term.

Teen charged in 'calculated' double homicide of university doctor, husband

"“We believe that this was not a random act,” authorities said about the killings.

'Awful and beautiful': Saying goodbye to coronavirus victims without a funeral

“There is a deep sadness with not being able to comfort one another,” one faith leader said. “I tell families this will pass. They will get through this.”

Relationships in the age of coronavirus: 'Everything's dating long-distance at this point'

The coronavirus outbreak has changed how people date. It's brought long-distance couples together and let singles date a million people they'll never meet.