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Hurricane Michael: One year later


Americorps helps locals recover more than a year after Hurricane Michael


New housing developments coming to Lynn Haven soon


Panama City to receive million dollar grant for hurricane recovery


More than $5.4 million going to Northwest Florida communities


Despite the New Year, Bay County Code Enforcement is still facing old challenges


FEMA housing deadline approaches, residents search for permanent living solutions


HBCU Adventures to host Fighting Back Against Hurricane Michael event


Jackson County Schools and the City of Marianna each receive $1 million in federal funding


Calhoun County receives $1.3 million from Hurricane Michael recovery grant


Why the possible new disaster relief legislation could mean more money in your wallet


Debris removal deadline for those in Panama City approaching


U.S. House passes disaster tax relief as part of spending bill


Destiny Worship Center Fellowship building demolition finally starts


Rosenwald High School students heal through pictures of Hurricane Michael destruction


Govenor DeSantis annouces FEMA Community Disaster Loans


Democratic Women's Club of Volusia County brings supplies to Bay County for people in need


Code Enforcement tackling debris on properties more than a year after Hurricane Michael


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The judge overseeing Weinstein's rape trial ruled Tuesday that the producer's defense attorneys can talk about the emails but cannot show them.

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