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2 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Officials say one person was killed and two others were injured in a trailer fire at a Panama City Beach trailer park.
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4 hrs ago | WJHG-TV Panama City
Bay County Animal Control officer's patrolled Moylan road Monday afternoon after receiving a call about a dangerous dog was on the loose.
7 hrs ago | CBS Local
The Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee unanimously supported a measure that would prohibit parasailing operations when sustained winds are 20 mph or higher or when lightning storms are within seven miles.
11 hrs ago | WJHG-TV Panama City
An early morning fire completely destroys a mobile home in Panama City Beach, killing one person and sending two other people to the hospital.
Now, the fifth year senior is just thankful to be alive. students nationwide, believed that spring break is the time to get away from the daily grind of classes and winter and to throw away all the cares in the world.
The Sunshine State's commercial parasailers have flown free of oversight for too long, say those who have lost loved ones in horrifying accidents.
In the two weeks before Samira Frasch was found dead in her Golden Eagle pool, she and her husband Dr. Adam Frasch reportedly traveled to Miami where he bought her dresses at high-end South Beach shops, were seen together with their children at his Thomasville podiatry office and ate lunch at a popular local restaurant.
Fifteen members of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity at Troy University began their journey of 125 miles from their college campus to Panama City Beach.
The family of a 21-year-old Rice University student who went missing while on spring break in Panama City Beach is asking the public to continue looking for him.
A college student from Ecuador is back at work Thursday in Panama City Beach after she was brutally attacked by a dog around midday Wednesday.
More than 2-dozen local and federal officers spent most of the day searching for a fugitive in western Bay County.
COURTNEY GILMORE, KPRC LOCAL 2. COURTNEY, THANK YOU VERY MUCH. THIS MORNING, STUDENTS AND FACULTY AT RICE UNIVERSITY ARE HOPING FOR THE SAFE RETURN OF A STUDENT WHO VANISHED IN FLORIDA.
Parts of Bay County's beaches could soon be patrolled by lifeguards. County commissioners are considering the idea of a vendor providing extra eyes for the county pier.