CAIR doubles its fundraising goal of $50,000 to repair storm damage to Islamic Center and School

Hurricane Michael absorbs Florida's $223 million surplus

Deadline to apply for a SBA disaster loan is Monday

Governor-elect Ron DeSantis visits the Panhandle

Verizon and American Red Cross offering hurricane supply kits

Holiday spirit alive in the Panhandle

Port St. Joe Marina will be rebuilt after sustaining major damage from Hurricane Michael

#850Strong charms to help out local school

Federal Disaster Assistance exceeds $656 million in the Panhandle

Despite a homelessness uptick, some shelters have not seen a surge

USFRA gives local first responders backpacks

Callaway city leaders discuss new plans to remove debris during special meeting

Time's up for Tent City

WCSO donates bikes to boy scout troop impacted by Hurricane Michael

Mexico Beach making progress in its recovery since hurricane

New York firefighters bring down toys from the Big Apple

Association of St. Jude gives away donations

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New Lincoln Aviator welcomes drivers with symphonic soundscape

Lincoln teamed up with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to create a completely new cabin experience that includes melodious alerts that used to be pings and dings.

DOE investigating Title IX complaints from men who say it discriminates in support of women

In the last year, the Department of Education has opened several investigations, after complaints that those universities are systemically discriminating against male students.

Southwest community undergoes cultural shift from theocracy to democracy

After years of being ruled by polygamist Warren Jeffs, Short Creek has undergone a transformation unimaginable to many of its residents.

Family of Vermont man who died by suicide call for stricter gun laws

The family of the Andrew Black used his obituary to ask for a “cooling off” period for gun purchases, saying a wait time of 24 hours could have saved the 23-year-old’s life.

West Coast battles massive winds and waves

Pacific storms bringing 60 miles-per-hour winds, up to 30 foot-high waves, and continuous rain are expected to last through Wednesday.