Education

Kids saw the police and fire departments at Camp 911


Appellate court hears case against 2017 education law


Summer STEM activities for local students


St. Andrew School staff packs up, prepares for move to Oakland Terrace


Dash the Robot programming class at Bay County Public Library


Haney Technical Center buries time capsule


Looking back at the challenges of this school year


Several area school districts celebrate last day of school


Another private school voucher legal battle likely on the way


Suspended Okaloosa Superintendent fights for reinstatement


Third grade FSA Reading scores released


Education segment: a visit with the teacher of the year


Lynn Haven Elementary students congratulate Mosley seniors


Florida public universities rank #1 in the nation for 3rd straight year


Local organizations looking to use school facilities over the summer


School leaders look at construction firms for post-Michael projects


Child activates pepper spray during senior recognition ceremony


St. John Catholic School takes trip through time


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U.S. drone shot down in international space, not in Iranian airspace, U.S. official says

A U.S. official said the drone was shot down in international airspace, and not in Iranian airspace as reportedly claimed by Iran's Revolutionary Guard.

At least two people killed, semitruck flipped over in fiery Wisconsin wreck

"I can tell you in my 24 years on this job, this is the worst accident I've ever been a part of," the Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling said.

Train carrying hazardous material, bombs derails in Nevada

“None of the cars involved in the derailment were carrying explosives," a spokesperson for the Federal Railroad Administration said.

Parents throw punches — not baseballs — in brawl at kids' baseball game

A 13-year-old umpire's call in the youth baseball game sparked an adult brawl on the field.

More than 100 cops in St. Louis and Philly under investigation for offensive social media

22 officers in St. Louis and 72 in Philadelphia are either on an "exclusion list" or on administrative duty in a probe of racist, anti-Muslim and other offensive posts.