Education

First Book provides local students with free books


Callaway Elementary principal makes a positive impact at school


Navy Ball raises money for Gulf Coast State College STEM camps


District Manager of Chartwells talks nutrition programs in Bay District Schools


Jackson County Schools working to improve diversity in school system


Marianna High School assistant principal suspended amid abuse allegation


Education segment: Mental health in local schools


More evacuation drills could be on the way to Bay District Schools


Ginger Littleton announces she will step down at end of year


St. Joe Community Foundation presents check to Bay Education Foundation


Deane Bozeman School opens time capsule from almost 20 years ago


Local schools celebrate Dads Take Your Child To School Day


New job training program coming to Northwest Florida State College Chautauqua Center


2019 Rock Your School comes to West Bay Elementary


BCSO swears local students in to Safety Patrol


Gulf Coast State College to host College Night


Superintendent recognizes student and community member for efforts after Hurricane Michael


FSU breaks into the top 25 Best Universities, now ranked 18th in the nation


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NBC News Headlines

Mob lynching of 4 blacks in 1946 sparks fight on grand jury secrecy

The young black sharecroppers were being driven along a rural road when they were stopped by a white mob beside the Apalachee River, just over 50 miles east of Atlanta.

Boys' club no more: New Central Park statue will celebrate 3 women

The statue of Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth will be dedicated in August and help mark 100 years of women's right to vote.

Mom who sought gifts for 'Make-a-wish' daughter charged with girl's murder

The mother had sought donations for the "bucket list" of the girl who she said was dying of a terminal illness.

Judge: Report shows suspect in deadly Maryland newspaper shooting is legally sane

Jarrod Ramos, 39, has pleaded not guilty and not criminally responsible, which is the state's version of an insanity defense.

Four more parents plead guilty in college admissions cheating scheme

Martin Fox, the former president of a private Texas tennis academy, also agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering, prosecutors said.