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Six Walton County Sheriff's Office staff members tested for COVID-19

Panama City Beach officials say they need more lifeguards

U.S. Coast Guard search for missing boaters

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Thursday closures due to possible severe weather

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Locals express traffic concerns about Front Beach Road in front of Sharky's

Bomb threat written on Marianna High School wall

New 911 system helps save lives in Walton County

Panama City Beach launches new beach safety program

Florida Highway Patrol discusses texting while driving, move over rules

Local Florida senator proposes new statewide gun legislation

Red Cross of Northwest Florida installing free smoke alarms with appointment

Panama City first responders take part in active shooter training

Bay District Schools reminding people to stop for school buses

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Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter and her son presumed dead after canoeing accident in Maryland

The pair went missing Thursday after their canoe apparently capsized in the Chesapeake Bay.

Faced with their own coronavirus fears, crisis hotline counselors answer surge in calls

“Suddenly our counselors are experiencing some of the same crises that callers and chat visitors are.”

'It's a new world': Police get creative to stay safe and keep order as coronavirus spreads

Police are relaxing traffic enforcement, avoiding going into homes and substituting arrests for tickets and summonses.

Search continues for Arkansas woman who vanished from her home in 2016

Mercedes Toliver was last seen leaving her Prescott, Arkansas home on foot just after midnight on December 17, 2016. She was reportedly on her way to her aunt’s house nearby. She never made it. There has been no activity on her social media accounts since. The Prescott Police Department is investigating.

Two children hospitalized after eating THC candy from a food bank

At least five children ate candy containing high THC doses after the Utah Food Bank distributed it as part of their food donations, police said.