State's unemployment website top priority for Gov. DeSantis

Governor Ron DeSantis said fixing the state's unemployment website is his number one priority right now.


Many are seeking comfort during these unusual times. But while people can’t be together, some are finding other ways to be at ease among COVID-19 concerns.



Citizens can now file certain criminal reports directly to the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office's website.


OneBlood said it is important for donors to continue giving blood whenever they are eligible.


Laundromats will remain open for business during the pandemic.


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Grocery stores and gas stations put social distancing measures in place


Panama City Beach Aquatic Center open for business


Restaurants helping restaurants through COVID-19


Warrior Beach Retreat canceled


Florida Department of Health releases new COVID-19 numbers


Medics at Egypt’s main cancer center test positive for virus



Trump fires watchdog who handled Ukraine complaint


Deaths of doctors, nurses highlight virus risks they run


Buses still dropping off meals, learning packets during Stay-at-Home order


Kentucky family holds drive-by funeral to honor loved one


Singer Pink says she had COVID-19, gives $1M to relief funds


Mid-Bay Bridge Closure traffic advisory


Spring Creek Park and Turner's Landing closed amid outbreak


Okaloosa and Walton County traffic advisory


Bay District School Officials announce personnel changes


Friday morning COVID-19 numbers released from Florida Health Department


Trump, 3M clash over order to produce more face masks for US


McConnell, Pelosi signal more virus aid likely from Congress


GCSC makes registration date changes amid pandemic


Hurlburt Field Medical Group alters support services


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