Body found in Bay County pond

Police: Man shot and killed in Springfield was pointing loaded gun at boss

DeFuniak Springs Police: two-month-old airlifted after being injured during fight

Lynn Haven served subpoenas from FBI

Skeletal remains found near Okaloosa/Santa Rosa County line

Sheriff releases more details in fatal officer-involved shooting

Suspect dies while in Crestview Police custody

Body found in Panama City

Jackson County woman's death investigated as possible homicide

New details released after couple found dead inside submerged vehicle

Fort Walton Beach police investigating after two people found dead inside submerged vehicle

Panama City shooting investigation

Bay County Sheriff's Office hosts lie detector training

Officer not facing criminal charges in April shooting

Man dies in Dothan Police custody; Alabama State Bureau of Investigation will investigate

Panama City Police investigate after body found at local marina

Missing woman's body found, two arrested

Sheriff's Office investigates suspicious Crestview death

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