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National Night Out Scheduled for August 5th

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On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, the Panama City Police Department will host the 2014 National Night Out, at the Panama City Mall near the Sears parking area. More>>

FDOT Asks For Public Comment On Flyover Project Video included

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The traffic lights along US 98 near the Hathaway Bridge and Gulf Coast State College are notorious for delays. The Florida Department of Transportation is asking for public opinion about their plans to fix that. "That intersection of 98 and 23rd street, it’s estimated about 68,000 cars a day and in 25 years it is expected to go up to 150,000," said Ian Satter, FDOT Spokesperson. With that many wheels rolling over the pavement each day, traffic jams are common, but there are big plans in the ... More>>

The Science Behind Live HD Doppler Radar Video included

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Here at News 13, our team of Meteorologists has a whole network of radars at their disposal, allowing us to track the storms right up to your doorstep. How exactly does it work? The process at work in Doppler radars is essentially the same general method that a bat uses to fly in the dark, except instead of sound waves radars use microwave radiation.  More>>

Jackson County Chamber of Commerce CEO Steps Down

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The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce will be gaining a new CEO for the second time in two years. Jeff Massey took his position as chamber CEO just 14 months ago.  More>>

The Miguel Show on Island 106 Coasts for Kids Video included

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Two local radio personalities are taking a fundraising campaign to new heights. Miguel Fuller and Holly O’Connor from The Miguel Show on Island 106 got on the Rip-Tide Rollercoaster at Miracle Strip Amusement Park starting at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday. Their goal: to raise money for Food4Kidz. More>>

Wewahitchka High School Band Plays On Without Full-time Band Director Video included

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Norton said the District is not doing away with the program, even though it cannot afford a full-time band director. A current teacher with a background in music will teach one or two music classes, and a volunteer in the community will help with after school rehearsals. More>>

Walton County Looking at Ways to Improve Infrastructure and Stormwater Issues

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Roads in Walton County are still in bad shape after the April flooding, leading the county to look ahead at ways to avoid similar problems in the future.  More>>

Bay County Gun Range Nearing Completion Video included

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It’s been about 5 months since Bay County commissioners broke ground on the new gun range near the Steelfield landfill. More>>

UPDATE: Man Says He Discovered Skeletal Remains off Panama City Beach Parkway Video included

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Skeletal remains were found in a wooded area off Panama City Beach Parkway. News 13 spoke exclusively with the man who made the grim discovery.
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Workshops Held To Gauge Public Opinion on How The Red Snapper Fishery is Managed Video included

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In 2014, the recreational red snapper season was limited to just 52 days for state waters and just 9 days for federal waters. It was one of the shortest seasons we've ever had here along the Gulf Coast, and that has left a lot of folks with concerns about the future. More>>

Panama City Police: Three People Arrested for Robbery of Tavish Greene Video included

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Three people are facing robbery charges as Panama City Police said they conspired to rob Tavish Greene. Officers believe a body found in a trunk last Thursday is that of Greene's. More>>

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  • Chipley Tigers Make It To The Dixie Pre Majors World Series Title Game

    Chipley Tigers Make It To The Dixie Pre Majors World Series Title Game

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 10:47 PM EDT2014-07-31 02:47:59 GMT
    The Dixie Pre-Majors World Series wrapping up in Chipley Wednesday. Twelve teams began the week looking to bring a world series title back home. The Chipley Tigers, one of those twelve and the Tigers one of the two teams in the championship game Wednesday.Chipley dropped to the losers bracket Tuesday morning at the hands of Mississippi, but then came back with a win last night and that win sealed up a spot in the championships against Mississippi, the only team without a loss.So the Tigers ha...More >>
    The Dixie Pre-Majors World Series wrapping up in Chipley Wednesday. Twelve teams began the week looking to bring a world series title back home. The Chipley Tigers, one of those twelve and the Tigers one of the two teams in the championship game Wednesday.Chipley dropped to the losers bracket Tuesday morning at the hands of Mississippi, but then came back with a win last night and that win sealed up a spot in the championships against Mississippi, the only team without a loss.So the Tigers ha...More >>
  • First Ever Lacrosse Tournament Comes To Panama City Beach

    First Ever Lacrosse Tournament Comes To Panama City Beach

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-07-28 04:19:55 GMT
    For the first time in the history of Panama City Beach sports, Lacrosse came to town to host a tournament. On Saturday, a twenty team tournament kicked off, an event that Atlanta based Dan Kesselring was actually asked to put on to build a stronghold for the sport in Panama City Beach.Kesselring says he's seen the sport explode in Georgia over the past decade, and although he's well aware that the sport has a long way to go in the Panhandle, he's ready to help it grow. "Lacrosse is the fastes...More >>
    For the first time in the history of Panama City Beach sports, Lacrosse came to town to host a tournament. On Saturday, a twenty team tournament kicked off, an event that Atlanta based Dan Kesselring was actually asked to put on to build a stronghold for the sport in Panama City Beach.Kesselring says he's seen the sport explode in Georgia over the past decade, and although he's well aware that the sport has a long way to go in the Panhandle, he's ready to help it grow. "Lacrosse is the fastes...More >>
  • Port St. Joe's Calvin Pryor Out Indefinitely With Concussion

    Port St. Joe's Calvin Pryor Out Indefinitely With Concussion

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:12 AM EDT2014-07-28 04:12:47 GMT
    When former Port St. Joe standout Calvin Pryor was taken 18th overall by the New York Jets in this year's NFL Draft, Head Coach Rex Ryan compared him to the late Jack Tatum, one of the NFL's hardest hitters, hence his nickname, "The Assassin."That hard hitting, impressive to everyone, but, we'll have to wait a little while to see it again, as Pryor is sidelines with a concussion. The safety left practice early on Saturday with what was then called a "head injury." Jets head coach Rex Ryan say...More >>
    When former Port St. Joe standout Calvin Pryor was taken 18th overall by the New York Jets in this year's NFL Draft, Head Coach Rex Ryan compared him to the late Jack Tatum, one of the NFL's hardest hitters, hence his nickname, "The Assassin."That hard hitting, impressive to everyone, but, we'll have to wait a little while to see it again, as Pryor is sidelines with a concussion. The safety left practice early on Saturday with what was then called a "head injury." Jets head coach Rex Ryan say...More >>

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