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Former State Rep. Brad Drake Makes Comeback; Trumbull Beats Three Candidates for GOP Primary

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Two candidates in one of the hardest-fought legislative primaries of the year were separated by the thinnest of margins Tuesday night, while an incumbent was turned out of office elsewhere in one of the few surprises of the evening.
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With Primaries Over, Scott and Crist Look Toward November

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Republican incumbent Rick Scott and Democrat Charlie Crist are headed for a November battle of the governors after both easily sailed through Tuesday's primary elections.
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Jay Trumbull Wins Republican Primary for State Rep. Seat

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Jay Trumbull will represent Republican in the race for the State Representative, District Six Seat in November. Trumbull is the preliminary winner in the Republican Primary with nearly 43 percent of the vote.

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Bay County Election Day In Review

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The votes are all in and the unofficial winners announced, so how did election statistics measure up this year compared to past elections? In Bay County, results started streaming in immediately after the polls closed, but there were seven out of the 44 precincts that took a little longer to report. “When you are dealing with phones and technology and new technology versus new technology,” said Mark Andersen, Bay County Supervisor of Elections. “You are bringing all those pieces together a... More>>

Candidates Release Statement on 2014 Primary Elections

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Political candidates for the 2014 Primary Election released statements as the results were coming in tonight. More>>

Graduation Tradition Returning to Bay County High Schools

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A graduation tradition is making it's way back to Bay County high schools just a few months after it was first abandoned. The school board approved a revision to its graduation policy for advertisement at its meeting Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Enforcing a Safe Holiday Weekend Across State Lines

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Hands across the border, it's an initiative that bonds three states to save lives this holiday weekend. This morning law enforcement agencies from Alabama, Georgia and Florida gathered at the 231 Welcome Center and pledged to protect your roadways this holiday weekend.  More>>

Director of Downtown Improvement Board Resigns

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The Chair of the Downtown Improvement Board makes a surprising announcement at Tuesday's commission meeting.  More>>

Panama City Passes Comprehensive Plan

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The city of Panama City approves a new comprehensive plan for the future.  More>>

Serving of Warrant Results in Two Arrests

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The Panama City Police Department announces the arrest of Jeffery S. Murray, 26 years of age and Jaco Ferrel McCall, 43 years of age.
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Speed Limit Changing on Martin Luther King Boulevard in Panama City

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Based on the results of a recent speed study, the Florida Department of Transportation will decrease the speed limit on State Road 77 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard) between 7th Street and 17th Street in Panama City from 45 mph to 40 mph beginning Thursday, Aug. 28. More>>

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  • Mosley Volleyball Team Wins Season Opener Against Niceville

    Mosley Volleyball Team Wins Season Opener Against Niceville

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 10:26 PM EDT2014-08-27 02:26:55 GMT
    The Mosley Lady Dolphin Volleyball team hit the court Tuesday Night for their season opener against the Lady Eagles from Niceville.Mosley beat Niceville in three straight games 25-19, 25-22 and 25-19. Kenley Adams led the Dolphins in kills with 17.More >>
    The Mosley Lady Dolphin Volleyball team hit the court Tuesday Night for their season opener against the Lady Eagles from Niceville.Mosley beat Niceville in three straight games 25-19, 25-22 and 25-19. Kenley Adams led the Dolphins in kills with 17.More >>
  • Calvin Pryor Gives Back To Port St. Joe Community

    Calvin Pryor Gives Back To Port St. Joe Community

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 3:56 PM EDT2014-08-26 19:56:05 GMT
    We begin with football news and Port St. Joe alum and current New York Jet Calvin Pryor has yet to play in a regular seasonNFL game, but Calvin is already giving back to the community where he was born and raised.Every student in the small panhandle community of Port St. Joe went home with some free back to school goodies Tuesday.Calvin wanted to give back and help students start this new school year on a positive note.In addition to the freebies, Pryor wants to convey an encouraging message....More >>
    We begin with football news and Port St. Joe alum and current New York Jet Calvin Pryor has yet to play in a regular seasonNFL game, but Calvin is already giving back to the community where he was born and raised.Every student in the small panhandle community of Port St. Joe went home with some free back to school goodies Tuesday.Calvin wanted to give back and help students start this new school year on a positive note.In addition to the freebies, Pryor wants to convey an encouraging message....More >>
  • 21 Schools In 21 Days: Franklin County

    21 Schools In 21 Days: Franklin County

    Monday, August 25 2014 10:59 PM EDT2014-08-26 02:59:03 GMT
    This week marks the first week of the regular high school football season, and the Franklin County Seahawks have been preparing all summer long.More >>
    This week marks the first week of the regular high school football season, and the Franklin County Seahawks have been preparing all summer long.
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