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Keeping scams away from churches


First responders appreciation luncheon


Benefit concert for Shelly Summers


Time Travel Tuesday


Using Crime Stoppers


Fun for the whole family offered at Baytowne Wharf this summer


Local studio offering dance camp in Panama City


Vortex Springs offering fun in the sun this summer


Al McCambry named director of GCSC's Gulf/Franklin Campus


Teen Miss Northwest Florida shares experience at latest competition


Local couple launches product to help combat yellow flies


Tips for hurricane preparedness from the Morgan Law Group


Panama City Growing Strong hosts guest speaker for free event


Students form group to help community rebuild


Gulf Coast State College to offer hands-on summer youth programs


Tips for refurbishing your yard after Hurricane Michael


Fresh looks for your Spring wardrobe


Homelessness in Panama City on the rise after Hurricane Michael


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Far-right rally in Portland met by anti-fascist protesters

President Donald Trump tweeted about the demonstration, saying there is consideration to labeling Antifa an "organization of terror."

Eduardo Padrón transformed a college and a city. Now he's ready for his next act.

"I’m a strong believer that talent is universal. However, opportunity is not universal," says the man leading the U.S. college awarding the most degrees to minorities.

Prove it's pot: How legalizing hemp accidentally sabotaged marijuana prosecutions

Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people accused of marijuana possession have seen their cases dismissed or put on hold thanks to new hemp laws.

Nonprofit changing lives with service dogs for veterans and first responders

The Patriotic Service Dog Foundation provides dogs free of charge to help first responders and veterans suffering from PTSD — changing lives for those who serve. At least a third of the dogs are rescues, trained to help their owners in large crowds or to “interrupt” when they notice signs of emotional distress.

Dramatic video shows Alaska glacier collapse near kayakers

Kayakers Josh Bastyr and Andrew Hooper ventured out on what they called a “peaceful glacier exploration” at Alaska’s Spencer Glacier. As glacial bridge began to collapse, they found themselves in danger. It’s a new normal in the area, reports NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports, who recently visited the Spencer Glacier to learn about the impact of climate change on the region.