Safety

Panama City Fire Department demonstrates safe turkey frying


Panama City joins First Responders Emergency Radio Notification system


Panama City Beach Officers hold Parents Against Predators Workshop


School Resource Deputies teach students how to have healthy interactions with law enforcement


Recent hit-and-runs draw attention to pedestrian and bicyclist safety


Panama City Fire Department issues fire safety tips for cold weather


Tragedy spurs effort to strengthen pool safety laws


Walmart participates in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day


How to ensure a safe Halloween this year


Holmes County under local State of Emergency


Deane Bozeman School to open as shelter Friday night


Sand available for sandbags if needed for upcoming weather


Florida is now hands-free in school and work zones


Deputies undergo Crisis Intervention Team training to better handle mental illness


BCSO to host active shooter training survival workshops for community


Some Panama City Beach businesses will soon be required to have flotation devices


Holmes County Sheriff's Office seeking public's help in locating Bonifay man


Panama City Beach leaders want people to be safe this Labor Day Weekend


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Shots fired in fight at crowded Atlanta mall spark panic; 1 injured

"It was a fight that escalated and got out of control," Cobb County Fire Department spokeswoman Denell Boyd said.

Newtown football team wins state championship on Sandy Hook shooting anniversary

Ben Pinto, whose brother Jack was among those killed in the 2012 elementary school shooting, played linebacker for Newtown.

Remains of 3 people discovered at the Alamo during renovations

Excavation of the site in San Antonio, Texas, where the bodies were found was halted.

Florida woman leaves 3 kids alone in bus overnight to smoke pot on boat

The children, ages 3, 6 and 9, were left in a mini-bus which contained a propane tank and a five-gallon bucket meant to be used as a makeshift toilet.

Rail systems in 3 U.S. cities press Chinese train maker after NBC News report on child labor

The transit authorities in Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago have taken action after an investigation on mica mining in Madagascar.