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ECP covered parking to close for repairs


Locals say new developments could slow up traffic on Back Beach Road


Passenger travel at ECP continues to grow


Local leaders meet to discuss redevelopment on Front Beach Road


Several hotels reopen a year after Hurricane Michael


U.S. Highway 98 reopens in Mexico Beach


FDOT opening westbound portion of 23rd Street flyover this weekend


Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign


Bay County officials talk future plans for the Bay Town Trolley


New way to explore comes to 30A


Some restrictions lifted on Mid-Bay Bridge


First nonstop flight from Kansas City arrives in Bay County


State lawmaker pass bill which could make texting and driving primary offense in Florida


Florida gas prices rise to year-high, Panama City among cheapest


Tourists say Panama City Beach is still a popular destination despite damage from Hurricane Michael


Locals come together to make plans to improve Thomas Drive


Panama City Beach among best beaches in nation


The Florida Department of Transportation is planning to add a new road in Bay County


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Two U.S. service members killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan

The military said preliminary reports do not indicate the crash was caused by enemy fire, and the cause is under investigation.

Murder-suicide that killed 3 outside Oklahoma Walmart a 'domestic dispute'

The gunman had been married to the woman he killed, and the man fatally shot is believed to have been dating her, police said.

Body confirmed to be St. Louis woman whose husband was charged with murder

The remains were found in Lincoln County late Monday after Jennifer Rothwell's husband gave police information about the location, police said.

‘Miracle’ rescue caught on camera after truck loses control

Two Illinois state troopers were helping a couple who were stranded along a highway, when an out of control truck headed right for them. The officers’ quick reaction and directions to run allowed everyone to survive the dramatic close call.

'People are afraid': Racist manifesto at Syracuse University sparks scare

"People need to understand this is not a joke and it does take a toll on people's emotional stability," one student said.