Military

Panama City Beach man serves with Navy half a world away


The VA thought one local veteran was dead; he's still alive


Bonifay community remembers veteran


NSA-PC Hosts annual Bells Across America ceremony


Tyndall to rebuild as the base of the future


$17 million allocated for Tyndall Air Force Base to be diverted for border wall


Panama City man reflects on upcoming trial of 9/11 terrorist


Congressman urges Air Force to temporarily resume F-22 training at Tyndall


Neal Dunn urges Secretary of Air Force to consider resuming F-22 training at Tyndall Air Force Base


White House reaffirms commitment to rebuilding Tyndall Air Force Base


Panama City native serves aboard U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer in Pearl Harbor


Mission BBQ giving away free food for National Korean War Armistice Day


Military Makeover transforms local woman's home


Tyndall AFB welcomed new commander at change of command ceremony Thursday morning


Vet Centers celebrates 40th anniversary


Operation BBQ Relief feeds hundreds of service members, first responders


Local veteran remembers his own personal D-Day hero


Tyndall and Bay County officials sign agreement to put tax office on Tyndall


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Boys' club no more: New Central Park statue will celebrate 3 women

The statue of Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth will be dedicated in August and help mark 100 years of women's right to vote.

Mom who sought gifts for 'Make-a-wish' daughter charged with girl's murder

The mother had sought donations for the "bucket list" of the girl who she said was dying of a terminal illness.

Judge: Report shows suspect in deadly Maryland newspaper shooting is legally sane

Jarrod Ramos, 39, has pleaded not guilty and not criminally responsible, which is the state's version of an insanity defense.

Four more parents plead guilty in college admissions cheating scheme

Martin Fox, the former president of a private Texas tennis academy, also agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering, prosecutors said.

Black security officer who was fired for repeating racial slur gets job back

The reversal came after student protests and a grievance from the officer's union.