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7 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News
The City Council has tapped former councilman Mike Holmes to fill its Seat 4 vacancy.
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WALA-TV and WFNA-TV recently began using their respective programming to warn folks in their broadcast areas who receive their respective programming through Cox Communications' cable TV systems in northwest Florida about the retransmission consent contract between their owners at LIN Media and Cox Communications expiring this Friday, March 14th , ... (more)
Two men were arrested after they were found taking shelving from the back of a local discount store.
The Florida Legislature is poised to pass a package of bills that will lock up child rapists longer and close loopholes that allow the most dangerous sexual predators to avoid civil commitment after they're punished for their crimes.
That's what Eglin Air Force Base officials are hoping for the major weapons test scheduled Wednesday morning, which requires the evacuation of Duke Filed and several major roads to be closed.
The retired Air Force senior master sergeant owns and operates a program called Project Pyramid.
Some older workers find themselves laid off or wishing they would be, due to jobs that have grown wearying or stressful.
With ages ranging from 49 to 77, the pace in this Blossom Yoga Svaroopa class moves at a rate that fits the senior.
"Showcase of Style," Choctawhatchee High School's annual car, truck and motorcycle show, will be March 15 at CHS, 110 Racetrack Road.
Her vehicle and another were involved in the crash, but she was the only one injured, said Capt.
"We knew there was a need for something like this," said Dave Hicks, manager of Navarre Family Watersports.
While the fight over legalizing medical marijuana is heading toward a vote this fall, an army of parents is winning the battle over a specialized form of pot that can treat people who have debilitating seizures .
Brice Horwell never planned on being a volunteer with Covenant Hospice. But at the urging of his son, he completed the training and gave it a try.
An elderly man accidently drove over a fire hydrant Sunday evening, flooding the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Robinwood Drive with hundreds of gallons of water.