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Crestview Bypass construction to begin soon


New traffic signal coming to Bay County


FDOT officials plan to make barrier permanent at dangerous PCB intersection


Proposed connector road between 30A and Highway 98 could help traffic problems


PJ Adams Parkway to be widened


Alabama man dies in golf cart accident in Bay County


Crestview bypass moving along


Mid-Bay Bridge overnight closure


Commissioners approve location of Crestview bypass


Panama City Officials to close down section of 15th street for repairs


Florida ranks #1 in fatal bicycle accidents in the U.S.


Okaloosa County road closure on Saturdays until Labor Day


FDOT improving pedestrian safety on roadways


Mid-Bay Bridge overnight closures


Bay Parkway update


Panama City Beach leaders consider adding median to roadway


FDOT officials share plans for final phase of Highway 390 widening project


PCB City Leaders make plans for next phase of Bay Parkway


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Yep, those are UFOs, Navy says about 3 videos of strange sightings

The U.S. Navy doesn't know exactly what the "unidentified aerial phenomena" seen in the videos are.

Trump communication reportedly at center of whistleblower complaint

The complaint the administration is withholding from Congress was filed by an intelligence officer who was troubled by a phone call the president had, according to a former official.

Trump's border visit draws few spectators, for or against his wall

One Trump supporter said Trump's wall is "good for his campaign, but it's good for America."

Inside California’s homeless crisis

Some 130,000 people are homeless in California, by far the largest population in any state, according to the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness. Lester Holt reports from the streets of Los Angeles -- a city where the homeless population jumped 16 percent in just a year -- to give a firsthand look at the growing crisis.

Trump administration targets California with loosened emissions standards

California has long led the way in reducing auto emissions in the United States. Now President Trump is moving to revoke the state’s ability to set its own standard, something he says would make cars cheaper and safer. California officials are vowing to fight back.