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23 min ago | Northwest Florida Daily News
A 41-year-old woman was taken by ambulance to Fort Walton Beach Medical Center after suffering injuries from jumping off the Brooks Bridge.
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1 hr ago | Northwest Florida Daily News
Richard Vaughn, who already faces life in prison, was convicted Wednesday and sentenced to life without parole for breaking into a mobile home on Carmel Drive in January 2012.
5 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News
Local disc jockey Craig "Scratch" Allen will rise in a cherry picker today in Walmart's parking lot armed with just a Port-o-Potty, tent and bucket.
9 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News
The 29-year-old man shot Tuesday night by an Okaloosa County Sheriff's deputy is charged with battery on an office and carrying a concealed weapon.
A white male "with a brown 'afro' '' was arrested after he led an Okaloosa County Sheriff's deputy on a slow-speed chase, according to an arrest report.
After more than six months of construction, the SoundSide Apartments project remains behind schedule.
An 18-year-old Mary Esther man was cited for driving around barricades and careless driving after he struck an 11-year-old girl while driving on a closed parade route Monday.
The city's Christmas parade ended abruptly for one family Monday night after an errant driver struck a girl along the parade route.
Thompson was in Fort Walton Beach Medical Center following complications from a heart attack last month, said Anne Aderholt, a friend of the family.
Christopher Kent filed a lawsuit last week in Leon County against Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fort Walton Beach.
After more than 40 years of creating some of the most delectable baked goods around, the secret to Cakemasters Bakery's success is simple: Quality never goes out of style.
Clouds of smoke billowed down Brooks Street as the runners took off from Fort Walton Landing and dumped packets of green, yellow, blue, purple and red powder on one another.
The course has been set and registration has begun for the first, and possibly last, competitive jog on the soon-to-be-opened Mid-Bay Bridge Connector.