Crime

Fifth-grader arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot teacher and classmate


BCSO: Tinder relationship leads to home invasion robbery


Bay County Arrest Report: February 2019


Police search for suspected computer thieves


Fort Walton Beach man accused of trafficking drugs


Panama City Beach man arrested on child porn charges


Student charged with allegedly threatening school resource officer


Walton County Sheriff's deputies investigating after teenager shot


Sheriff's officials arrest man after finding drug paraphernalia


FHP: Traffic stop leads to more than 100 felony identity theft charges


Blountstown police officer turns himself in for unlawful sexual contact with minor


Vehicle burglary suspects target gym parking lots


Two men accused of defrauding a local trucking company


Several deputies injured during arrest


Fifth-grader arrested after allegedly making threat against fellow student


Denise Williams sentenced to life in prison for husband's murder


Police seek assistance in identifying credit card fraud suspect


Panama City police looking for robbery suspect


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Anthony Weiner released from prison

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Retailers, fashion brands struggle with racial insensitivity

Experts say many of these fashion companies live in a sort of bubble and lack the diversity in their staff that could vet their fashions.