Military

Naval Support Activity Panama City has a new commander at the helm


Representative Dunn shares his initial reaction to statement about Tyndall shutdown


California Congressman questions Tyndall Air Force Base's future


Naval Support Activity Panama City presents local family with awards earned by sailor during WWII


Sexual Assault in the Military: A local base responds


U.S. Coast Guard Station Panama City post-Hurricane Michael


United States Military Service Academy Day event hosted by Congressman Neal Dunn


RED HORSE Squadrons leading the charge in innovation


Tyndall AFB officials make plans to recover and build "base of the future"


Wolves for Warriors held at Seacrest Wolf Preserve


Fire Research and Training Facility at Tyndall Air Force Base


State legislators tour local military base damage


Tyndall displays new award logo


Tyndall AFB outlines future plans during first industry day


Tyndall Air Force Base coming back stronger despite tornado and hurricane damage


Tyndall Air Force Base reportedly receives further damage from weekend's severe weather


Tyndall's F-22s moving to Hawaii


Bay County recognized as a Great American Defense Community


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Officer who fatally shot Antwon Rose is acquitted

Prosecutors pushed for a conviction against Michael Rosfeld, 30, in the the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager last year in East Pittsburgh.

Stormy Daniels protests Illinois 'pole tax' on strip clubs

The adult film star called the tax "sexist and wrong," saying it ties nude entertainment to violence against women without justification.

Husband suspected of killing wife in North Carolina flown back after arrest in Arizona

"There is a key piece of evidence" in the murder case, the sheriff said, but he would not elaborate.

FEMA put 2.3M disaster survivors at risk of identity theft, watchdog says

Survivors of the 2017 California wildfires, hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria were among the millions whose privacy was violated, the inspector general's report says.

Two officers indicted for allegedly beating handcuffed man

The officers allegedly repeatedly struck the man in the face, causing him to fall backwards, then continued to punch him repeatedly while he was handcuffed on the floor.