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Caught on Camera: people cutting down trees in Topsail Hill Preserve State Park


Destin-Fort Walton Beach Tourism deploys 103 artificial reefs


Keep PCB Beautiful aims to maintain beach cleanliness


Marine life begins to return to the Emerald Coast


Local state parks begin to reopen


Some state parks reopen in limited capacities


Florida looks to Supreme Court in "Water War"


Panama City faces deadline over wastewater system concerns


St. Andrews State Park closed to encourage social distancing


Septic to sewer conversion for coastal dune lakes areas


Tyndall conducts prescribed burn Saturday


Volunteers cleanup campsites at Florida Caverns State Park


St. Joe Company and DEP looks to renew Ecosystem Management Agreement


Gulf County prepares for 2020 scallop season


Dates for 2021 and future scallop seasons approved by FWC


Dredging project to help boaters navigate through East Pass


Sixth anniversary of the 2014 ice storm


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People protesting the death of George Floyd hit the streets for 10th night

Hundreds marched across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City in a massive show of mourning for Floyd, who died May 25 while in Minneapolis police custody.

Man who appears to be pushed by police said to be in stable condition

Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said video of the incident "sickens me."

'Nothing has changed': Protesters push for police reform amid Floyd's death

Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets to call for police reform after the death of George Floyd in police custody. NBC News' Blayne Alexander reports.

Atlanta Mayor Lance Bottoms: 'We are serious about policy changes'

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo join NBC News to discuss the potential changes that could be made on a local level amid the national protests against George Floyd's death.

NYPD officers could face suspension over clashes with protesters, commissioner says

Dermot Shea said protesters were not seriously injured, but officers have been shot at, stabbed and otherwise.