Sports

PCB Sports Complex open but there is still work to be done


Panama City Beach Sports Complex will hold soft opening Monday despite not being complete


JJ Bleday back in town, enjoying down time before heading to Miami


Bay District Schools high school varsity football ticket price changes


Coach Roonie Scovel received recognition at Gulf Coast Board of Trustees meeting


Hiland Park Baseball celebrates opening day after Hurricane Michael


Arnold head football coach to resign in June


Hiland Park Baseball Spring registration now open


Lynn Haven hosting free youth flag football league


Multi-million dollar project near complete at Helen McCall Park


Arnold golf alum Lindsey Harrison's making a name in collegiate golf


Registration starting soon for youth baseball and softball


Pros and cons of young athletes getting D1 scholarship offers


Marlins weigh-in at Emerald Coast Blue Marlin Classic


Coaches play it safe when it comes to practicing outside in the heat


New sports park breaks ground, entrance road dedicated to former employee


Mosley alum/Georgia volleyball's Ceasar represents USA in China


Mosley alum exceeds expectations in her first year at Georgia


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North Carolina father of six dies after ocean wave breaks his neck

The family is calling Lee Dingle's death a "freak accident."

Family of toddler who fell from cruise ship grapples with 'unfathomable' loss

Chloe Wiegand's family says it wants to see Royal Caribbean held responsible in court after she fell out of an 11th-story window.

Tens of thousands of New Yorkers lose power as extreme heat bakes East Coast

Con Edison was expected to begin restoring power to 500 customers at a time at midnight.

Robert Morgenthau, longest-serving Manhattan DA, dies at 99

Morgenthau's office prosecuted mob boss John Gotti, "Preppie Killer" Robert Chambers Jr. and John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman.

GOP group deletes depiction of Democratic congresswomen as 'Jihad Squad'

The group's president says he regrets that the Facebook post was a "distraction" from discussions about the four "socialist" lawmakers.