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Two Elementary Schools Adjust to Longer School Day Video included

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A new teacher, new classmates, and a tougher curriculum can be a big adjustment for children, especially the smallest of students. However, those at two elementary schools in Panama City are adapting to a longer school day, too. More>>

No Wake Zone Coming to New Bay County Boat Ramp Video included

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The brand new Bay County boat ramp at Crooked Creek has been open for about a month now. Boaters, kayakers and fishermen have been making use out of the new facility, but considering safety, commissioners passed an ordinance to establish a no wake zone in the area. More>>

VPK Program Kicks off at Vernon Elementary School Video included

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It's all about the ABC's and 123's at Vernon Elementary School. The need for a Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten, or VPK program, started just two weeks out from school starting.  More>>

PCBPD Rolls Out New Mobile Command Center Video included

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The Panama City Beach Police Department added an RV worth about $250,000 to the fleet, but they only had to pay $200 for it. More>>

DIB Admits Poor Oversight; Eyes on the Future Video included

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The Downtown Improvement Board in Panama City is without a director as of September 7th.  More>>

Thunderstorm Phobia: A Real Issue In Dogs Video included

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Florida is the thunderstorm capital of the United States, and that means a lot of lightning and loud thunder. We all get startled or even scared from time to time when this loud thunder roars, but it's hardly ever to the level that our pets, especially dogs, have to endure. A dog's reaction to thunder or any constant loud noise is usually mild, and limited to things like barking, howling, or hiding in the closet. However, in some cases the reaction can be much more severe.  More>>

Gay Marriage Case Sent to Florida Supreme Court

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Florida's ban on gay marriage is now in the hands of the state's highest court after an appeals court asked that the justices resolve the controversial prohibition. More>>

Juvenile Charged With Three Counts of Burglary Video included

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The Panama City Police Department announce the arrest of Dontaye Lamar White for burglary, 3 counts.
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Fatal Plane Crash Vicitim Identified

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The Okaloosa-Walton Medical Examiner's Office has identified the victim of a plane crash on Saturday. More>>

Fugitives From West Virginia Arrested in Panama City

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The Panama City Police Department announces the arrest of 22 year old, Telisa R. McCauley and 19 year old, Alisyn L. Proctor, both from West Virginia.
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Boil Water Notice Issued in Parker

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On Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at approximately 10:30 pm, Bay County will be shutting off the water at a bulk meter to make repairs.
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New Mobile WIC Clinic Opens on Panama City Beach

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The Florida Department of Health in Bay County has opened a new mobile WIC clinic at the beach, located at 10620 Hutchison Boulevard in the Gulf Beach Baptist Church parking lot.
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What's Going Around - August 27th

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Tick bites can make a person sick, and that's why doctors are cautioning you about them.
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  • Roman Quinn Will Be Playing In Top Prospect League In Arizona

    Roman Quinn Will Be Playing In Top Prospect League In Arizona

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 9:10 PM EDT2014-08-28 01:10:02 GMT
    Port St. Joe alum Roman Quinn continues to impress as his recovery from a ruptured achilles tendon is going better then expected.Since returning from his injury at the beginning of the season, Roman has switched to the outfield and remains one of the top prospects in the Phillie's minor league system. So much so that Roman has been invited to play in the Arizona Fall League or the AFL.The AFL is a six week league that runs from October to November. Six teams make up the league and those teams...More >>
    Port St. Joe alum Roman Quinn continues to impress as his recovery from a ruptured achilles tendon is going better then expected.Since returning from his injury at the beginning of the season, Roman has switched to the outfield and remains one of the top prospects in the Phillie's minor league system. So much so that Roman has been invited to play in the Arizona Fall League or the AFL.The AFL is a six week league that runs from October to November. Six teams make up the league and those teams...More >>
  • 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 >>

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